35 Burst results for "Second Degree Murder"

 Minneapolis Trial Postponed for 3 Former Police Officers in George Floyd Death

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 hr ago

Minneapolis Trial Postponed for 3 Former Police Officers in George Floyd Death

"Of three fired officers charged in the death of George Floyd has been postponed from August of this year until March next year. In his ruling, judge Peter Cahill indicated that his decision is based in large part on the fact that the three Thomas Layne Alexander King and to Tao, along with Derek Sheldon, were indicted last week on federal civil rights charges, which could bring more serious penalties than the state charges of aiding and abetting. In addition, Cahill noted that the defense team should be given More time after the recently concluded trial of showman who was found guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder, along with second degree manslaughter for the killing of George Floyd, Adam

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Ruling Paves Way for Longer Sentence in George Floyd's Death

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Ruling Paves Way for Longer Sentence in George Floyd's Death

"A ruling by a Minnesota judge could result in a longer sentence for the man convicted in the death of George Floyd judge Peter K. hell is roll there were aggravating factors employed staff the judge found that Derek Sheldon abused his authority as a police officer when he restrained Floyd and that he treated Floyd with particular cruelty under Minnesota law Chauvin will only be sentenced on the most serious of the three counts he was convicted of second degree murder sentencing guidelines say that's anywhere from ten years and eight months to fifteen years in prison but now that the judges ruled there were aggravating factors involved legal experts think Sheldon could get up to thirty years behind bars I'm Mike Hampton

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Ex-Hospital Employee Receives Seven Life Sentences in Deaths of Veterans

Morning Edition

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Ex-Hospital Employee Receives Seven Life Sentences in Deaths of Veterans

"Former nursing assistant in West Virginia, is set to be sentenced for murdering at least seven men at a veterans hospital. They've missed each of West Virginia Public broadcasting reports 46 year old Reed amaze faces least seven life sentences for unnecessarily injecting the veterans with insulin, causing sudden hyperglycemia events that resulted in death. In July, Maze accepted a plea deal and admitted just seven counts of second degree murder and an additional counts of assault with intent to murder. Federal officials began looking into the case during the summer of 2018 before zeroing in on. Mays, who worked the overnight shift, often unsupervised, An attorney representing families of slain veterans says it may be impossible to know how many people may is injected with insulin. The date. She is not offered a motive for the

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Oklahoma Man Faces First-Degree Murder Charge for Death of 1-Year-Old

The Kliff Davis Show

00:25 sec | 4 d ago

Oklahoma Man Faces First-Degree Murder Charge for Death of 1-Year-Old

Oklahoma Man Arrested on Charges of First Degree Murder

The Garden Party

00:29 sec | 5 d ago

Oklahoma Man Arrested on Charges of First Degree Murder

Derek Chauvin Files for New Trial in Death of George Floyd

Buck Sexton

00:19 sec | Last week

Derek Chauvin Files for New Trial in Death of George Floyd

"Vin's attorney files a motion today asking the court to throw out his guilty verdicts and schedule a new trial attorney Eric Nelson sites, jury intimidation and failure of the court to sequester the jury and asking for that new trial showman was convicted of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. He's scheduled to be sentenced in June. Governor Tim Walz

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Chauvin's Lawyer Seeks New Trial, Impeachment of Verdict

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Chauvin's Lawyer Seeks New Trial, Impeachment of Verdict

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting Derek Sheldon's lawyer seeks a new trial and an impeachment of the verdicts the attorney for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has requested a new trial saying the judge abused the discretion of the court and the verdict should be impeached due to jury misconduct Chauvin was convicted last month of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the may twenty fifth death of George Floyd attorney Eric Nelson says judge Peter Cahill violated children's right to a fair trial when he denied Nelson's request for a change of venue due to pre trial publicity Nelson also cites Cahill's refusal to sequester the jury for the trial or instruct jurors to avoid all media Nelson's brief does not refer to reports that one of the jurors participated in an August twenty eighth March in Washington DC to honor Martin Luther king junior Floyd's brother and sister addressed the crowd at that March hi Mike Rossio

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Boulder Supermarket Shooting Suspect Faces Dozens of New Charges

America's First News

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boulder Supermarket Shooting Suspect Faces Dozens of New Charges

"In Colorado on Wednesday, filing more than 40 felony charges against the man charged with killing 10 people at a Boulder supermarket last month, including for allegedly using a large capacity magazine banned by state lawmakers. In response, their recent mass shootings. The court document outlining the new charges, lists 19 new victims, including 11 law enforcement officers that Ahmad Elissa is accused of trying to kill during the attack. Now some victims have more than one count of attempted first degree murder associated with them. Listens. Defenses asked for time to evaluate what one of his lawyers called his mental illness, but is not offered at details about the condition.

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Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of the Murder of George Floyd

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of the Murder of George Floyd

"Broken we, the jury in the above entitled Manner as to Count one. Find the defendant. Guilty count too guilty, held three guilty. And with that, Derrick show Vin, convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd, one by one. Judge Peter Cahill read the counts and affirmed the Jury's verdict of guilty on charges of second degree murder, third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. Derek Shelvin in a light gray jacket, white shirt and blue tie had on a light blue mask. So his face was indiscernible. There was no apparent reaction from the former Minneapolis police officer as the jury's guilty verdicts were read after the verdict. Bail revoked and Chauvet is taken off to prison and official sentence is eight weeks away. More potential

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The Law Delivered Justice to George Floyd

Afternoons with Jacinta Parsons

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

The Law Delivered Justice to George Floyd

"Time for us to jump on and have a chat to out ABC news journalist Iskander Razzak. Of course, if we're looking at international news, the George Floyd verdict was what we were waiting on around 6 30 this morning glued to the phone to see what was going to happen. Good afternoon, a scandal. Good afternoon. Just center? Yes. Alot of the U. S. Was really waiting to see what happened. And former police Officer Derek Shoven convicted off second degree murder, third degree murder and manslaughter. The most serious of those counts, has a maximum penalty of 40 years. In in prison for the murder of George Floyd May 2020 was when it all happened had Imagine it was it was a year ago. It seems so. So recently yet so far at the same time, I can't believe it was a year ago. Yeah, exactly and let's let's bring her back. I mean, Um, it was all over a $20 alleged suspected counterfeit bills to buy some cigarettes that resulted in this horrendous scene that You know, more than 40. People saw I were called to trial to bear witness as to what they saw and spools hours upon hours of mobile phone vision. In many ways the result was obvious or should have been obvious because of the amount of evidence But in the U. S. Police officers in former police officers seldom get charged for Second degree murder or third degree murder or manslaughter, and even it's even rarer for them to be found guilty. So this is a breakthrough in some ways. George Floyd's family, the brother said, You know I can breathe now we can breathe now. Sort of reflecting the coals. He had that he couldn't brave George Floyd when he was dying. But beyond the joy is, as we said, it's more relief than anything. If this had not bean guilty verdict who knows what would happen in the U. S because the tension building But at the same time It has to be said This isn't the end.

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Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

Pat Walsh

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

"Conviction of former police officer Derrick Show, Vin. Murder and manslaughter charges. A jury took a little more than 10 hours to find Children guilty of second degree murder, Third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. ABC News senior legal correspondent Sunny Hostin. This was highly unusual. I mean, it's always clear to prosecutors that quick verdict of fact, fast verdict really hints at an agreement journey for George Floyd's family. Ben Crump, we framed this moment. For all of us, not just for George floor. This is a victory for those who championed humanity over inhumanity. President Biden says the conviction can be a giant step forward for the nation in the fight against systemic racism. He calls on the Senate to pass a police reform bill okay by the House and named for Floyd. So far it is deadlocked in the Senate. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Now here's what's happening

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Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murder in Death of George Floyd

WSJ What's News

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murder in Death of George Floyd

"Crowds gathered outside the hennepin county courthouse responding to the news that former minneapolis police officer derek. Chauvin has been convicted of the murder. Of george floyd twelve jurors found show than guilty on all charges second degree murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. All our reporter. Aaron elworthy was outside the courthouse in the crowd. I was actually standing with maurice lester hall. Who was with. George lloyd on may twenty fifth and the verdict. He started to smile after the verdict. The judge revoked showdowns bail and remanded him to the hennepin. County sheriff's office. The rare conviction of a police officer came just days after the killing of another black man dante right by a police officer in a nearby

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Chauvin convicted on all counts in Floyd death

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Chauvin convicted on all counts in Floyd death

"A Minneapolis jury has convicted former police officer Derek Chauvin on all charges in George Floyd's death Floyd died eleven months ago after Chauvin peen Disney on or close to his neck for about nine and a half minutes the now fired officer has been convicted on charges of second degree murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter the panel of six white and six black or multiracial jurors deliberated about ten hours delivering the verdict at a courthouse surrounded by razor wire in a city full of National Guard troops Minneapolis in cities nationwide had been bracing for unrest following the case that set the country on edge forcing it to re examine racism and policing president Biden had said earlier the case was overwhelming and he hoped the jury would reach the right verdict solder AMAG ani Washington

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Jury Resumes Deliberations in Derek Chauvin's Trial

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jury Resumes Deliberations in Derek Chauvin's Trial

"The Derrick show Vin trial has just resumed deliberations. Shelving. The former Minneapolis police officer is facing 2nd and 3rd degree murder charges and a manslaughter charge in the death of George Floyd. Minneapolis, as well as other cities in the US are bracing for reaction from the public. Whichever way the verdict goes. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz is calling for calm. We have to have that change. We can't live like this. We cannot continue to live like this. Governor. Ball says schools won't be in session this week in Minneapolis in

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Attorneys at Chauvin Trial in Floyd Death Make Final Pitch

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Attorneys at Chauvin Trial in Floyd Death Make Final Pitch

"After forty five witnesses in fourteen days of testimony closing arguments are set to begin later this morning in the trial of the former Minneapolis officer charged in George Floyd's death attorneys are expected to deliver some of the same points they made in their opening statements like special prosecutor Jerry Blackwell referring to Derek chauvinist neon Lloyds neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds and it does not give up he delivers the rebuttal for the state but closing arguments start with prosecutor Steve Swisher then defense attorney Eric Nelson gets his turn during openings he argued Floyd's drug use and heart were to blame the use of force is not attractive but it is a necessary component of police jurors will be sequestered while they decide the fate of Chauvin charged with second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter audio from court TV I'm Julie Walker

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Key moments at Derek Chauvin's trial in George Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Key moments at Derek Chauvin's trial in George Floyd's death

"I'm Julie Walker the George Floyd case is expected to head to the jury Monday after closing arguments there's no time limit for those closing arguments prosecutors go first then defense followed by rebuttal from prosecution then the jurors get to decide the case they will be sequestered while they deliberate the prosecution contends Derek show in Sydney on Lloyds neck but nine minutes and twenty nine seconds was to blame the defense argues the former officer used reasonable force employed to drug use and heart killed him jurors decide to three charges second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter separately and must be unanimous on each charge I'm Julie Walker

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Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Concludes, Closing Arguments Set For Monday

All Things Considered

00:24 sec | Last month

Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Concludes, Closing Arguments Set For Monday

"Of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show, Vin has now rested its case. Children facing both second degree murder and manslaughter charges in connection with the death of George Floyd. Videos showed show been kneeling on the black man's neck for more than nine minutes. Showman did not take the stand. The defense rested after two days of testimony, compared to two weeks on the part of the prosecution. Closing arguments in the case was set for Monday. Center for

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Off-duty Pentagon police officer charged in Maryland shooting that left two dead

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | Last month

Off-duty Pentagon police officer charged in Maryland shooting that left two dead

"Officer with the Pentagon police charged in the shooting deaths of two men in Maryland. The off duty pending on police officer claimed he had shot it Human after they nearly ran him over after he spotted them, breaking into a car outside his apartment building. But police in Takoma Park, Maryland, say David Hall, Dixon's version of events didn't stack up. They say he opened fire after the danger had passed, and then an autopsy showed the victims had been shot in the back Fixing has now been charged. With two counts of second degree murder. In a statement, the Pentagon said Dixon remains on administrative leave pending the results of an internal administrative investigation. We

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"second degree murder" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on KOMO

"Second degree murder man with his knee on Floyd's Nangka officer dear Chavez charged with second and third degree murder king's attorney saying he was only on his third shift as a full time officer that he told officers that you shouldn't do this lane's lawyer saying it was his fourth day on the job saying he asked job in twice should we roll him over meanwhile in Minneapolis a celebration of Floyd's life we want justice for George the city's chief of police taking a knee the body of George Floyd passed by in hers it's time for us to stand up in charges made and say show me all and George Floyd will be buried next week in Houston N. as auditor ABC news Washington president trump's actions amid the national unrest testing his already uneasy alliance with mainstream Republicans many emboldened by the former Pentagon chief general Jim Mattis Mattis this week said the president's trying to divide the nation and pleaded for a leader who lives up to American ideals stunning and powerful there was Mitt Romney true S. and necessary and overdue and Lisa Makowski who isn't sure she can still support the president I am struggling with it in response the president said he'll campaign against Makowski when she runs again in two years tweeting get any candidate ready good or bad I don't care I'm endorsing as he makes clear the consequences for what he considers this loyalty most Republicans are sticking with him or not outwardly criticizing him Sager make army Washington an update from ABC news is coming up next at two thirty though we're apart these days.

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"second degree murder" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A second degree murder the other police officers connected to this case Thomas lane to town J. Alexander king all booked in the Hennepin county jail the charges aiding and abetting bond is one million dollars state Attorney General Keith Ellison says the charges are not a result of public pressure to move quickly state of Texas is now entering phase three of reopening effective immediately governor Greg Abbott allowing most businesses that are in a twenty five percent capacity to bump up to fifty percent speaking to CBS news up in Dallas Abbott says by next week bars can go to fifty percent restaurants up to seventy five percent of museums parks to fifty percent stadiums of all type in theaters of all time go to fifty percent in counties where they have ten or fewer positive cases of cover nineteen they get open up at seventy five percent and it says the state yesterday saw its smallest number of new hospitalizations and six weeks after Osborne newsradio guilty J. former secretary of defense is criticizing president trump's former defense secretary Jim Mattis accused president trump of dividing the nation amid the George Floyd protest writing that he does not try to unite the American people does not even pretend to try instead he tries to divide us Mattis went on to say we are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort Mattis parted ways with the administration in December of twenty eighteen after disagreements over president trump's policy on Syria and has largely remained silent since then Rachel Sutherland boxes seven thirty three he hears Austin's on time traffic.

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"second degree murder" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on KTOK

"Is facing a second degree murder charge police arrested twenty two year old Gareth Vaughan in January also won a count of second degree murder the shooting happened January twenty first at the south winds apartments were twenty year old Thomas Poole law was fatally shot and nearly a month after a body was found in a shed that burned in Lawton the lan fire department today released the identity of the man who died he was twenty eight year old Devin Russell his cause of death has not yet been determined an insurance adjuster reviewing the scene found the body two days after the fire and the Dow Jones industrial average is roaring back after big losses from last week the Dow was up by more than eight hundred points during mid day trading today some of the leaders on the Dow include Walmart Verizon and apple I'm Beth Myers either Oklahoma City today will be cooler than yesterday close to normal fifty degrees for a high mostly cloudy skies with breezy out of the north with gusts to twenty five miles per hour tonight stay mostly cloudy lows in the upper thirties and tomorrow still cloudy but at least it's warmer highs in the mid sixties attorneys really breeze will drop back to only the mid fifties on Wednesday cool down with a small chance for rain for the four one storm centimeter altus Emily Sutton newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edie yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com spring has sprung in give me the vin dot com is adjusted our pricing put your plate number or vin number in in the computer but your car immediately.

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"second degree murder" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on WTOP

"And Irene from reason Joan today we begin in prince George's county or a police officer is now charged with murder in the shooting death of a handcuffed man in custody Monday night this morning WTOP has learned this is not the first deadly shooting that prince George's county police corporal Michael in junior has been involved in we have team coverage starting with W. T. O. P.'s Liz Anderson prince George's county police chief Hanks to once he says he could not offer a reasonable explanation for what happened Monday night I have concluded that what happened last night is a crime as a result I have directed our special investigations response team to charge corporal Michael and with second degree murder manslaughter and associated weapons charges in the death of William green green was shot several times he with hand cuffed after police responded to reports that a man had been driving a radically and hit several cars in the silver hill Maryland area police found him in temple hills officers cuffed green behind his back and put him in the front seat of a police cruiser contrary to earlier reports so when he says there's no evidence that green with using PCP added no evidence there was a struggle in the police cruiser before he was shot to death with Anderson WTOP news I'm Neil law can stay in this is not the first deadly shooting that corporal Michael in junior has been involved in since he joined prince George's county police just over ten years ago in two thousand eleven oh one shot and killed the man who police said threatened him with a loaded gun one had been coming from a charity event at police headquarters when he saw a man lying in the grass one oh one who was in uniform stopped to help police said the man threatened him with a revolver a one shot the man several times he was not charged in the shooting in two thousand nine oh one was off duty when he saw that someone who tried to rob him neither man was hit in that case we'll all consisting WTOP news nine oh six new democratic majorities in Richmond means that there's a lot of change coming to laws throughout the state and that includes some of the abortion restrictions that were passed by Republicans just a few years back eyes fifty two days forty five.

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"second degree murder" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on KOMO

"Yesterday by police in a late the Kansas the Kansas city star reports that she is charged with second degree murder and is jailed on a half a million dollars bond it wasn't immediately clear if she had an attorney who would comment on her behalf looking at other headlines on this day did you bother to make a new year's resolution this year are you going to stick with it this time around if you did ABC Jim Ryan as a result of a new survey and spoke with como's Taylor band seis GM water Americans trying to accomplish or improve upon and twenty twenty well a couple of things in this really doesn't change your your killer it is trying to get a little help you're trying to lose a little bit away and trying to save a little bit of money that given that the unemployment rate is historically low stock market is super high and the economy seems to be cook along just fine this might be a good time to start creating a bit of money talking away just a little bit you tweak baby each month and that add on to that by the end of the year you'll have a nice savings account going and they have a buffer just in case the unthinkable happens and you do lose your job so yeah those those two things are at work right now that they are interconnected of course it wouldn't be easy if you you know feel like you your finances are doing well you you might be more inclined to get help your own and vice versa so that tied the two things together but don't touch on realistic goals that you can't reach them take you know take little bites at a time and and work on it slowly and and by the middle of the year look back and see how you've done okay Jim us it's very positive that message but I know that I only really stick with my resolutions for a month at most to many of us fall through your long well unfortunately no Hey you know that the expectation is that that forty percent of the resolutions that we make it by the end of the year our call on and most people have moved on to something else but if you can kind of track your progress that also helps if you have.

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"second degree murder" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The VIN twenty six year old man is dead. After reports of shots being fired at a home, causing people to flee Chan their police say it happened at three AM near the one on one in Chandler boulevard of hardy was going on at the time. One in argument broke out in the backyard. A suspect has turned himself in police are still investigating. I do support our chief the new mayor Phoenix supporting the Phoenix police chief, as some call for Luther job with two excessive force lawsuits in the works, plus more than fifty officer involved shootings over the past eighteen months. However, mayor cake says changes are needed. We had been doing military style training, and now we're really focused on scenario based training and how can we de-escalate? How can we make sure that everyone goes home safely? Go tells KTAR chief Williams react swiftly and appropriately with these investigations and believe she is the one for the job. If Fifty-three-year-old man is dead after being stabbed by a fellow inmate at the state prison complex in Tucson, Richard curly was. Taken to the hospital, but not survive his injuries. He had been in the state prison complex since nineteen ninety eight and was serving seventy years for attempted second degree murder. The department of corrections is now investigating as wildfires like Woodbury continue to threaten our land. And we approached the six anniversary of the year. Nail fire. Arizona Senator Martha mcsally is introducing the accelerating forest restoration act, which will direct the forest service to develop alternative harvesting procedures more suited for the low value restoration byproduct coming off of Arizona's forest, she says, part of the problem is that we've had over one hundred years of not managing our forest properly, she says, thinning out and cleaning up the forest will aid in prevention. Let's get a check now on our.

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"second degree murder" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on 710 WOR

"First and second degree murder as well as sexual abuse the courtroom ruptured in cheers at the verdict. But Toronto's parents reacted afterwards. Joel jubilee. This is the second trial for Lewis is I ended in a hung jury. But Toronto's murderer gained national attention after she disappeared. And it was later found dead while out jogging, your Howard beach took police more than six months to make an arrest. New concerned about the congestion pricing plan residents outside the zone worried that their parking spots are going to be taken by drivers who tried to avoid defeat and people who live inside the zone are being told they could be charged even if they never leave the area MTA chairman, Pat forces the cost of the toll will be set by a six member board that group will be looking at the empty as capital plan and a specific terms of the central business district tolling program and making recommendations to the MTA at the moment the tolls expected to be about eleven fifty it should raise about a billion dollars a year to go to subway repairs. There will be some exemptions those details have to be worked out deadline day for attorney general. William Barr house. Democrats have given him until today to release the full Muller report or they'll vote tomorrow to subpoena. Democrats don't want to wait until the middle of the month. When attorney general bar said, he would have the full Muller report ready for release House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler said there's an obligation to review the full report as soon as possible the committee will vote this week with a subpoena. The Justice department for a copy the same resolution would also authorized subpoenas for several Trump administration figures, including former chief of staff Reince Priebus and former communications director hope Hicks who Democrats are investigating for alleged obstruction of Justice. Correspondent Aaron Katersky. President Trump says Republicans are developing a really great healthcare plan that will have lower premiums and deductibles than ObamaCare, but he says the plan won't be unveiled and voted on until after the twenty twenty election. The president says that's when Republicans will be back in control of the house. Trump says everyone agrees ObamaCare isn't working and Democrats want to replace it with Medicare for all why. House facing new questions over security clearances, a whistle blower Tricia Newbold says at least twenty five people were giving clearances despite being turned down with their security checks. These two of those individuals Newbold claims were very senior White House officials one of those appears to be the president's son-in-law Jared Kushner, overnight Kushner, riding back telling Fox News, I've been accused of all different types of things and all those things have turned out to be false. We've had a lot of crazy accusations like the we colluded with Russia, I complied with all the different investigations. Whether it be the Senate the house the special counsel. I've sat for nearly twenty hours of interviews with them as correspondent Serena Marshall on that story. Connecticut, governor Ned Lamont making a push to tax sugary drinks. He says the one point five cents per ounce tax generate about one hundred sixty three million a year and make people healthier by forcing them to choose other options. The state is facing a two year budget deficit of three point seven billion dollars. You'll soon have to be twenty one. To buy cigarettes and other tobacco products in New York. Governor Cuomo says he's going to sign a measure raising the minimum wage from eighteen Cuomo says it will help stamp out teen smoking and protect New Yorkers the American Cancer. Society's praised the move along island middle school teacher is filing a three million dollar lawsuit after she was fired because of a topless selfie twenty five year old Lauren Miranda sent the picture will boyfriend, but a student at the Bill port middle school, somehow wound up with it. She was fired for not being a proper role model messages that saying to the girls who have their photos airdropped all over the high school and sent all over what message are responding to them to rollover when your picture gets exposed without your permission or consent. So how am I now not being a role model? Maranda says she's not sure how the student got the picture, but there's nothing wrong with the picture. Anyway, she says the male teacher wouldn't have been treated the same way of a topless picture of him surfaced another woman accusing former vice president Joe Biden of acting inappropriately Amy lamposts says that Biden grabbed her by the side of the face and rubbed noses during her two thousand nine fundraiser in Greenwich, Connecticut, she reacted after Biden claimed that he didn't believe he ever acted inappropriately grossed out by a statement. I was actually more offended by his statement than what he did. Because I feel like that is a non accepting any responsibility. Be we all know it that he does that this story comes after another woman claimed Biden came up behind her kissed her on the top of the head, and smelled her hair. Well, the NYPD launched an internal investigation after video service showing a police cruiser ramming another vehicle in queens, W, A wars, Noam Laden has that story. And I witnessed says it was really strange. To watch as the NYPD cop car looked like it was taking part in the demolition derby is still out a reason for.

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"second degree murder" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With second degree murder in the shooting death of a Manchester woman. Venezuelan opposition leader want Widodo returns to his country to rally support despite a travel ban placed on him, and the House Judiciary committee requests documents from dozens of agencies for a probe of possible corruption in the Trump administration. Purdue pharma wants a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that blames the company for the opioid crisis. Purdue pharma said the lawsuit from Massachusetts attorney general Maura Healey amounts to over-simplified scapegoating the company accused of making sensational and inflammatory allegations. That are not supported by the law. There is Purdue pharma conceded an opioid abuse crisis. But said responsibility for it cannot be tied to one company the Massachusetts lawsuit accused Purdue pharma of pushing for a blizzard of Oxycontin prescriptions to boost profits, a spokeswoman said the attorney general's office plans to oppose the motion to dismiss Aaron Katersky. ABC news new the US in China are said to be closing in on a new trade deal correspondent bills. Infor has the latest multiple news reports say the United States in China are close to a deal that would put the current tariff war to an end the final agreement could be sealed at a meeting between President Trump and Chinese president gee at mar-a-lago later this month, but. Nothing has been finalized. There's still substantial details to be worked out, including enforcement of Chinese pledges to protect us intellectual property. The director of the National Economic Council. Larry cudlow says trade negotiators have made great headway. Well, the first lady is on the road this week. We get details from CBS correspondent Pam Coulter. First lady, Melania, Trump, kicked off a three state tour for her be best campaign and Oklahoma. She visited the dove school of discovery a tosa elementary school that the White House says incorporates character education in its curriculum. She also visited Seattle area tech company to learn about absent programs designed to teach kids how to be safe online and about technology to help children with disabilities. Pam Coulter, CBS news. There are renewed efforts in Washington to get a look at President Trump's tax returns. Here's ABC senior. Congressional correspondent Mary Bruce. Democrats are no longer waiting. For Robert Muller's reports a Clough ahead on this issue. Instead, we've learned that they are now preparing to formally requested the president's tax returns, there's a.

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"second degree murder" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

13:52 min | 2 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I've watched crtv probably all afternoon, and this guy did a wonderful job. It's Michael Oppenheimer. Great job today, by the way. Thank you very much. I didn't realize I talk Andrea about this at the top of the show. I didn't realize that it would go all day long. We'd find out right before six o'clock. Did you? No way. Went on and on and on. I thought it might be early afternoon. But I was wrong about quite a few things today. Michael though, you were great at explaining. And you could just re explain that he was sentenced on the second degree murder conviction as opposed to the aggravated the aggravated battery charges with each with each shot for which he was convicted. So can you re-explain why that was? Sure, if I can the judge followed what the defense wanted because as we know there's a million lawyers out there. Trying to figure out the possible sentencing. Nobody ever agreed because it was complicated. And it was kind of unusual. So the judge decided that the second degree murder was the more serious charge, which it sounds like it would be because it mentions murder as opposed. The aggravated battery aggravated battery each count is a class x felony which is close to the most serious which carries six to thirty years. And you're not eligible for probation the ten second degree murder is what's called a class one felony. And it carries four to twenty years. But you're eligible for probation. The judge however said it makes more sense than solid a couple of cases to go with the second degree murder which gave him the option of giving a lesser sentence. Which is what I thought the judge today. Fantastic job explaining that before. The sentencing came through. Did you you? Agreed. Okay. I would agree with that. He explained it pretty well the witnesses that they had today for both sides heartbreaking. I mean every single testimony. It's just tug at your heartstrings. But they had a man who was blind. That was very awkward. Yes. You want to explain that to our listeners. As soon as he sat down in the judge are I'm sorry. It wasn't blind. He was Steph. There was a deaf, man. The judge said can you get closer to the microphone in? He wasn't going to be speaking. Because there was a woman in front of him signing and everyone broke out laughter. I'm like this is awkward. And then I think it was weird. Because the judge said I thought the judge said speak up or something. And then they do I don't know. It was very awkward and then to have him not be able to identify Van Dyke was was weird. And I think what may have happened. I don't know there's possibilities. One. Is you know, he didn't bring his glasses. He said he couldn't see him. But if that's the case that's poor preparation by the prosecutors because you before you put a guy out there, you better make sure that you know, there's going to identified the guy, right? And number two have a secondary plan. Like show him a picture say, hey, is this the guy you identified before? Or did you and I have a conversation last week where you identify? This man is the person that did it that happens when a the witness, you know, just as having problems or be he said signed you, and whatever reason he may be scared of the police department or something like that and refused to identify Van Dyke in in any event. It was a huge embarrassment for the prosecution. This was a man that was pulled over. Years ago by Jason Van Dyke and his partner and the death, man. They asked him to get up and he walked around the courtroom. I think he flipped what are your? It was very weird. I think he flipped and freaked out. It doesn't happen. It doesn't happen. Very often. In a lot of times will happen gang bangers recant on something. Right. And as a prosecutor what you do the same conversation last week, and you told me with this guy. Now, you're flipping the jury or the judge knows you slipping I think he looked out. I got scared and nervous and said, I'm not doing that. I agree with you Michael during a hearing like this a sentencing hearing when the witnesses come up both for and against the the person being sentenced, can they say anything they want. And the reason I'm asking is. It was odd to me. When Reverend hunter came forward. I know he's the great uncle of McDonald. But he read a statement as though he were or was lukewarm McDonald's saying, I can't speak. I'm not here. So. Oh, my question again going back. Can you say anything you want during these proceedings as a witness? I thought it was very effective to do it. I've never seen that before. And I've seen a lot of these. I saw an answer your question. Yes. There is no question that there are very few rules, except you know, you can incite violence or do something crazy, and he would have submitted that statement to the prosecution before so they would have known what it is. So they they knew about it. They approved of it. They probably worked with him on it. Yes. You can you kind of can say anything, you want within reason we're talking with attorney Michael Oppenheimer who was Oliver crtv today breaking everything down during the Jason Van Dyke sentencing hearing, so he gets Eighty-one months, which is approximately six and three four years. So he is served ninety days. It looks like three years. He's gonna be out is that true. So I have my own opinions. He's going to be on less than three years. He this is a fifty percent sentence. And we double check today. I knew it was but under the second degree murder. It's you serve fifty percent. So cut that in half. And then dropped the ninety days that you said he's already been in. And so it will be probably under three years. And then he is eligible there may be programs such as work release that after two years he may become eligible for. So he could be out. And as soon as to a little bit over two years in solitary. Do you think? You know, that's up to the prison system. My guess is they'll put them in solitary because I'm sure you will not be safe. You know, this is quite. I don't know. It was a disturbing sentenced. But my guess is that you be that he will be in solitary. Well, when police officers go to prison, they put them in solitary for their own personal safety. Correct. Correct. And I think he will need it. This is a controversial case. This is a controversial sentence. There's no question about it. So yes, I guess is that he will be in solitary. What I find interesting is well, Michael, and maybe you can come in on this from the legal perspective is that while activists, and and there were all the mayoral candidates, many of whom were not happy. They wanted a stiffer sentence. You had Joe McMahon was the special prosecutor afterwards saying, yes, this was this was just based on sentencing guidelines and the judge following precedent. And and the law for sensing under second degree murder this. They were okay with the sentence. I didn't understand it. I have my own guesses on that. I mean here you have a special prosecutor has eight prosecutor from another county. It is my understanding. Rescuers didn't want this because I think depending on where you live your constituents don't want you prosecuting police officer, you know, it's it's not necessarily good politics. And here you have your job is pass accuser is supposed to advocate for the person that cannot help himself, which is quantum McDonald? And I think he kind of went down in the middle of the road. Instead of really got a great verdict. They got a verdict pretty close to exactly what they wanted many legal experts, including me think that the minimum Billy was sixty years. I'm not saying, you know, that's not too much. But to go in there and ask for eighteen to twenty which is not what the family wanted which is not what a lot of the public wanted. Then after he gets sentenced where he only serves to yours and say that it was just. I don't find that. I find that disingenuous. It was interesting because that that is so true. The prosecutor said it was a win for them. And then Danny Herbert gets on in does the press conference afterwards. And he said, we're very happy with the verdict. Right. Very happy. Right. So if I was Dan Herbert, I would have said the same thing they should be jumping for joy that is better than anyone imagined. No one expected him to get probation. I again, I think it is strange. And I think it's my own personal opinion. I think it's wrong to say that it was a just sense. I it wasn't San just giving the facts of this case and the seriousness of this case LT of murder, basically with special circumstances. I think the jury sent a message I don't think the jury would be happy with that sentence. But I agree with that. He should be very very happy with that sense. Were you shocked that this went to trial in the first place? I thought they would settle personally I thought there's no way this is going to go to trial because they have the video. It's a done deal. I was a little shocked. I I saw years ago when this started coming around it, there'd be not a backroom deal, but there'd be a quiet deal kind of make this go away save the city all of this shape the controversy and make it a deal, you know, like around ten fifteen twenty years where everybody is not totally happy. But nobody is going crazy about it. And that's certainly didn't happen. Matt didn't happen. I'll never forget the day. The verdict came down I was driving to work. I've never ever felt unsafe in this city. I was driving to work. There was an eerie feeling. I was on the air when the verdict came through. And I just remember the anger in just the tension in the air that day, it was horrible. You're right for the city the city needs to heal. I don't know. What happens? Maybe it happens with the new mayor, but we need to go in a different direction here. I think this is again, my own personal beds and kind of what I do for a living, which is curled defense and civil rights. I think I agree with you the city needs to heal. I think there's been traditionally a problem in the police department. Most police officers are great police officers, we need them. But they have a problem of not fixing their problems and not not taking care of the bad apples. There's data everywhere. And of course, it's training. And Bobby heard a lot about that today where the former police officers said this is what we trained him to do. And I think they thought this was a good shoot. Because this is what they trained him to blame the police department to. So I don't think I think it took a step in healing it. When there was that Verde because very like that hasn't happened in fifty years from what I understand. But today I with a sentence like this. I think you took a little step back in a sign of the importance of the verdict. Right. You know, and I'm very surprised again to go back to this that that once the verdict was. Announced. Everybody said, you know, let's listen Justice. Let's listen to the jury's verdict because the jury they sat there day in day out right listening so respected jury's verdict. Whatever it was and people for I think, we're very peaceful protests, or you know, there were rallies and whatnot. That's fine. But now with I think many of the mayoral candidates, including Willie Wilson, Laurie light. But I'm just surprised about. Now, they're saying well this miscarriage of Justice with regard to the sentencing. I'm surprised if they are going they have the potential to be the next mayor, right? They're weighing so heavily against the judge. When the judge really as you said earlier you too, and Michael you the two he the judge was following the sentencing guidelines, he was following precedents. The judge didn't you know, granted it's on the lower end, but he's following these guidelines. So now, why are they after you know, why are they that'd be with the judge? That's a great question. It's move some political. The political booth, and you know, the judge himself may have made a political move is owned feelings we have joined in on this. But he is the judge the jury spoke, and that's the system we have. And I'm the first one to say, I don't agree with the sentence in any way, shape or form. However, he's the judge. I'm not running for anything. Well, but but he's the judge. And so there is that process. You can certainly disagree with how things went down. But I think it's a that's a political move. Everybody's arguing towards their future. Constituent does Jason Van Dyke it his pension his police pension. That's a good question. I mentioned that. And I've looked online. I don't see anything. He's forty years old. How long has he been a cop? I think what did they say ten fifteen years. Somebody said that I think so he's out in three years. He's a convicted felon. Okay. Does he get his pension? I would think not. If you're a convicted felon. I don't know how that works. I don't know. I would think not. But I don't know. I would think that there may be some sort of appeal process for him to try and get his pension. I would think and can you get a job in any police agency? Again, I. No, no, no, no. No, no, Michael. You were great today on crtv. Thanks for coming on. We really appreciate thank you. I really appreciate. Thank you very much. Take care. By attorney, Michael Oppenheimer? He was I mean, did they took a break, and they would throw to Michael and he just he had all the right answers. He had great explanation. Still breaking it down. So we can understand. I did. So how do we move forward from here? It's going to snow this weekend. So we're not really going to see any protests. Maybe that's a good thing. Yeah. The big women's not not the women's March that while we saw the last two years, but the rally in federal plaza tomorrow right guys by some of the some of the younger women. I don't know if that's going to happen now because the snow did the mayoral candidates released statements today, did yeah, we can go through a couple of those. Okay. Let me take a quick break. And we'll do that next at seven twenty WGN bozeman.

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"second degree murder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"So I don't even know how they would distribute that is and then there's Kevin Hart going around and apologizing I guess he was polish ising on Alan. So and then he apologized on his own Sirius radio show. But then after all of that. Okay. Wow. He's really serious. He apologized on Ellen. He apologized again on his own show. Then he was interviewed this week on good Morning America, Michael Strahan because he has any movie coming out. All right. Maybe not the best timing. But Michael Strahan. I'm sure you know, he doesn't care. He's like a little puppet. He's like, okay, boss. What do you want me to do? Okay. So his bosses. I'm sure right up the questions for him. And Michael Strahan was told asked him about that. And to me the way that Kevin Hart responded and his demeanor throughout the whole interview is shocking to me, and I'm not easily shocked just because Kevin Hart's been in the business for a long time. Now, he's a comedian and professional entertainer. He was basically so antagonist dick and just defensive and saying I'm done talk- done talking about I'm like, you could be done talking about it and get that message out there and skillfully pivot and move onto something else. But the way that he chose to say he was done tugging about it. Really surprised me? Do we I guess we draw distinction? I'm thinking between. Kevin Hart specials, which are material. That's repeated repeated and honed and repeated and written down and repeated honed and then filmed versus like Louis C K trying out material or even sometimes what I get in trouble for which is literally just improvise somebody yells out. What do you think Chaz Bono? And then I yell something back, and that's right on the spot. Like, we draw like like manslaughter second degree murder. Yeah. We do we do that. I think we should. All right. Do you do that press? I mean, aren't there rules that you don't have videos and comedy clubs are nice. But it doesn't do it. Yeah. It doesn't seem to affect anybody. I know that people will talk like people shared stories about Louis C K when he came back, and that that one also scratched my head made me scratch my head because he came back with a lot of material that from reading it, clearly I get I wasn't there. But from reading what he was joking about it. It seemed like almost like he's got. No, let me try. Let me try to purposely be even worse now or offensive to you non care. Do you guys think I have a theory that I've not applied to Louis C K? But. There are theories that I have about people wanting to get off of the merry go round. And the kind of just wanna tap out. When just one out my theory is when you're cheating in your sex thing with your secretary, and you just leave your phone like just out on top table, dumb and people are dumb too. But I have this theory that when people want something to happen or not to happen pretty mode about it. And when you just leave the phone out at some point, you're tired of living the lie with the secret life and your wife finds it. And she announced she wants a divorce, and there's a party that doesn't want to get divorced. But another party that just wants to tap out. Sometimes celebrities it's a grind like grind just being everywhere and having people in front of you all the time, and whether they know it or not I sometimes just wanna step off of the crazy merry go round. And maybe. Louis CK just wants to step off like maybe he's got enough money. He's this. It is weird subject matter. And I like that he says whatever he wants to say he's always kind of been subversive that way. But it's also weird. We're living in this world where even the Kevin Hart example or also with Lucy K to over the holiday break. There was this video that went viral, but it was an old video from a few years ago. Louis C K with Jerry Seinfeld. Ricky Gervais and struck Chris rock, right? Right. And they were talking about the end were they were just using talking about using the N word, and that's a new trend that happening where in two thousand nineteen where as a society, it seems that we're asking people to be held accountable for a ton of stuff from the past. And like even things I see that hasn't even. So we've..

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"second degree murder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"So I don't even know how they would distribute that is and then there's Kevin Hart going around and apologizing I guess he was polish ising on Alan. So and then he apologized on his own Sirius radio show. But then after all of that. Okay. Wow. He's really serious. He apologized on Ellen. He apologized again on his own show. Then he was interviewed this week on good Morning America, Michael Strahan because he has any movie coming out. All right. Maybe not the best timing. But Michael Strahan. I'm sure you know, he doesn't care. He's like a little puppet. He's like, okay, boss. What do you want me to do? Okay. So his bosses. I'm sure right up the questions for him. And Michael Strahan was told asked him about that. And to me the way that Kevin Hart responded and his demeanor throughout the whole interview is shocking to me, and I'm not easily shocked just because Kevin Hart's been in the business for a long time. Now, he's a comedian and professional entertainer. He was basically so antagonist dick and just defensive and saying I'm done talk- done talking about I'm like, you could be done talking about it and get that message out there and skillfully pivot and move onto something else. But the way that he chose to say he was done tugging about it. Really surprised me? Do we I guess we draw distinction? I'm thinking between. Kevin Hart specials, which are material. That's repeated repeated and honed and repeated and written down and repeated honed and then filmed versus like Louis C K trying out material or even sometimes what I get in trouble for which is literally just improvise somebody yells out. What do you think Chaz Bono? And then I yell something back, and that's right on the spot. Like, we draw like like manslaughter second degree murder. Yeah. We do we do that. I think we should. All right. Do you do that press? I mean, aren't there rules that you don't have videos and comedy clubs are nice. But it doesn't do it. Yeah. It doesn't seem to affect anybody. I know that people will talk like people shared stories about Louis C K when he came back, and that that one also scratched my head made me scratch my head because he came back with a lot of material that from reading it, clearly I get I wasn't there. But from reading what he was joking about it. It seemed like almost like he's got. No, let me try. Let me try to purposely be even worse now or offensive to you non care. Do you guys think I have a theory that I've not applied to Louis C K? But. There are theories that I have about people wanting to get off of the merry go round. And the kind of just wanna tap out. When just one out my theory is when you're cheating in your sex thing with your secretary, and you just leave your phone like just out on top table, dumb and people are dumb too. But I have this theory that when people want something to happen or not to happen pretty mode about it. And when you just leave the phone out at some point, you're tired of living the lie with the secret life and your wife finds it. And she announced she wants a divorce, and there's a party that doesn't want to get divorced. But another party that just wants to tap out. Sometimes celebrities it's a grind like grind just being everywhere and having people in front of you all the time, and whether they know it or not I sometimes just wanna step off of the crazy merry go round. And maybe. Louis CK just wants to step off like maybe he's got enough money. He's this. It is weird subject matter. And I like that he says whatever he wants to say he's always kind of been subversive that way. But it's also weird. We're living in this world where even the Kevin Hart example or also with Lucy K to over the holiday break. There was this video that went viral, but it was an old video from a few years ago. Louis C K with Jerry Seinfeld. Ricky Gervais and struck Chris rock, right? Right. And they were talking about the end were they were just using talking about using the N word, and that's a new trend that happening where in two thousand nineteen where as a society, it seems that we're asking people to be held accountable for a ton of stuff from the past. And like even things I see that hasn't even. So we've..

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"second degree murder" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Just as rush hour. Traffic was picking up an SUV was reported to be driving recklessly when it crashed near western colliding with a semi in another vehicle for people in the SUV ran away. Police say one may have been armed prosecutors in the trial of three Chicago police officers charged with lying about the shooting of black. Teen McDonald have rested their case a witness read emails. Prosecutors contend suggest the officer's superiors were intent on protecting the police officer who fired the fatal shots Jason Van Dyke was convicted of second degree murder after a briefing with CIA director Gina hospital today. Republican senators say they are convinced that the Saudi Crown prince was behind the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi. Bob corker the top Republican Senate Foreign Relations committee saying there is zero question in his mind at the prince ordered the killing monitored the killing. And knew exactly what was happening, and tens of thousands of chickens. Dodd in early morning fire at must men's back acre farm and kankakee county grant park deputy fire chief Matt Shrontz says that fire this morning was challenge. This particular fire was approximately seven miles from the nearest hydrant over thirty fire departments shuttled water to the two Barnes that went up in flames for over nine hours. No injuries reported caused that fire still under investigation. Let's get an update now on WGN sports. Here's Kevin Powell Judy Jim point little try and get the bulls headed in the right direction as he officially takes over for the fired. Fred Hoiberg tonight. When the bulls take on the Pacers and some changes to the assistant staff today. Nate loans are elevated the bench while director of player development. Sean respite also elevated to the bench, but assistant coach Randy Brown notifying the team today. He has resigned from his post he was reportedly asked to take on a lesser role just decided to leave the organization the bulls play the Pacers in Indiana northwestern plays their second conference game of the season. When they. Host number five. Michigan the cats lost tight one Indiana over the weekend. They're six and two. Michigan undefeated David has the call seven forty five right here on WGN tip off is at eight the NHL has awarded Seattle an expansion team. The elites thirty second team will be ready to go for the twenty twenty one season Blackhawks in Anaheim tomorrow night. We'll have that game at night bears. Get except for the first place Rams and Redskins. Coach J grid says the team talked about and discussed bringing in quarterback Colin Kaepernick for a tryout but decided to go in a different direction Washington lost backup Colt McCoy to a broken right leg last night in their loss to the eagles. They had already lost Alex Smith to a broken ankle. Mark Sanchez took over the starter role on the home of the Blackhawks northwestern. Wildcats and White Sox baseball, Kevin Powell WGN sports, your money, traffic and weather next on WGN. To bring the hockey that matters Chicago Blackhawks radio. Blackhawks on the left coast to take on the Anaheim ducks Chris Boden with the late pre game at nine o'clock. John and Troy the puck drop at nine thirty. Seven twenty WGN..

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"second degree murder" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"That's one thing that's all I know about the law when you were when you were the prosecutor former. So we were. Trying to eliminate malice had the testimony of the expert and sure enough. The jury came back so they were hung. They wanted further and the judge said, well, what can I do to help? And they said, well, we're stuck analysis, which I, you know, I felt good about that meant that it was between a. manslaughter in a second-degree murder. So he then decides to give him the mouse instruction. Missa judge, you can't do that. The mouse instruction, you're giving them for malicious mischief. Not for malice of murder. Melissa malicious mischief is to vex annoy or harass. Obviously she was vex annoyed in harassing, so that would show malice your gain. By the way back then it was called Cal GIC jury instruction. The use though, said, do not give this in a murder case, but in the judge did it anyway, they came back with a second degree murder, so-. I briefed at sentencing, tell him, okay, you screwed up. You gave the wrong instruction and he basically conceited, but he said something that I'll never forget. He says, Mr Garriga if I grant a new. Trial, they can retry the case as a first degree murder, and I said, oh, whoa, judge you. Just you just really showed the your time has passed you by. She was acquitted of the first degree murder. They convicted her of the second. You can't retry somebody on the first and he still wouldn't do it. So we had to go up the court of appeal. I never forget. I was there with Dennis Fisher who's one of the great appellate lawyers about time, and I got up to argue and judge. Paul turn who just passed away Justice, Paul Turner, I case, I thought I had upward uphill battle because he's the bragging, never river, stay criminal conviction. I get up to argue and goes Mr. Garriga sit down. I said what we says sit down 'cause I'm the appellant I've gotta go any tells the g. says, we're going to reverse this the this case, we don't need a whole lot of argument. This is pretty much a slam dunk. The only question I've got is, do you disagree with the judge that that she can be retried on the first degree murder and the attorney general to his credit or her credit says, though we agreed. He was acquitted that there is called double jeopardy, still the law. So we go back to the trial court. They reversed the murder conviction. I work out a deal for voluntary manslaughter time serve..

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"second degree murder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's how you ever turn on the mental health ward. Stacey grinder is in charge of Bella. A therapy dog a towering. Great Dane with us slate gray coat inmate. She came to this prison twenty two years ago. It was really hard not to get in trouble back. Then you had to be careful of everything you did. He felt like everything was. It was just meant to be punished. Once she was sick and stayed in herself through breakfast. Another prisoner brought up a nanna from the dining hall and put it by your pillow. So he's asleep. When this prime happened. Grunter got punished for that banana, possession of stolen items. Yeah. That was pretty rough but wouldn't be a violation today. But back then grinder says she wants good conduct credits. Those were days taken off her sentence for good behaviour, and she lost privileges. She couldn't buy things from the commissary grinder is serving time for second degree murder. Now, she says the change in the way women are treated here helped her grow. She works on the mental health ward as a mentor to the other women, I'm trying to contribute as much as I can to this institution. So I'm not so shamed. You know, and it's helped me with my own my own shame in my own regret. The psychiatric unit in the newly built prison was designed to be different women are free to walk about the large common room. With Bela therapy animals, there are large TV's garden and lots of natural light. There are still solitary confinement cells, although fewer women end up in them. Now. Dr Jerome greenfield has come to help show us around to cells their four cells here, and then he runs health services for all of Iowa's prisons several years ago. He quit a psychiatry practice to work at this prison through the years of my practice. I thought I was a seasoned psychiatrist. I thought I'd seen it all, but he wasn't prepared for the level of trauma in the women who come to prison in the I saw patients that had been chained for months at a time in the basement sold his property victims of satanic rituals, but it goes even beyond that because then in their homes, many of them were beaten to the point of having traumatic brain injuries men in prison have long histories of being victims of violence too. But research in gender responsive corrections finds at women before they get the prison, the victims of even more trauma, seventy five ninety percent were victims of sexual or physical violence. So one thing that's changed. Here. The end of the usual strip search. Now women can take off one piece of clothing at a time. And then put it back on shell Dom, the warden, we always say correctional officer, and really it's a human services worker. It's a customer service some prison staff welcomed the change and disciplined policies. Others say there are bigger problems here like not having enough corrections officers I talked to one staffer who didn't want to go on tape for fear of getting in trouble. She complained that the warden's new approach meant that. In her words, the inmates are running the prison. The warden is heard that before recently from a newly hired corrections officer and she brought forward some concerns, and what she said is, you know, wardner some people saying that the inmates are running the prison, and I'm like, well, they do there's one of you to ninety six women. So let's talk about how that looks. And how do we get the ninety six tonight cause problems Dom wanted to show me one other place in the prison, the old mental health ward? It's the one. From the old prison that wasn't torn down. It's the one other place in the prison with heavy metal doors. The building is dark and deserted. Now is closed for years ago. There are four pods of cells a guard would watch separated from a station above when women with mental illness who lived here, they would often yell into the night. This is what prison cells today across the country. Usually look like for women or men you dehumanize people, and we put people that live and breathe like us into a room that. Strips them of all their senses dignity, and that gets back to why giving out fewer disciplinary tickets matters. Because those tickets even for lesser infractions often lead to ending up in a walk like this one Joseph Shapiro NPR news..

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"second degree murder" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Second degree murder. Van Dyke was also found guilty on all sixteen charges of aggravated assault. He was found not guilty of official misconduct. Officer Jason Van Dyke fired sixteen shots at McDonald in twenty fourteen. A statewide manhunt for murder suspect in Tennessee's ended with an arrest without incident. Henry county sheriff Monte blue says they were lucky to get the guy who's also accused of burglary arson and carjacking into custody without firing single shots is an absolute victory. Not only for this community of both counties, but for the brotherhood and the sisterhood of law enforcement Balu says the man did reach for a gun in his waistband but decided not to use it. Hundreds of law enforcement officials from across the state have been working together for almost a week to find him family members and Kenny sheriff's officials have held a vigil in Lancaster. For sergeant Steve Owen Owen was shot to death while responding to a burglary. Call two years ago. His widow Tanya says the family has gotten a lot of support. From the community surgeon. Steve Colan is missed every single day every second of the day, but we're doing good sheriff. Jim McDonald says Owens, volunteer work and service had a big impact on the area. One person can make such a big difference in the community in the big picture of things in the profession. In Lancaster, Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. A planetarium in Glendale wants to give the Griffith observatory a run for its money Glendale community college opened its planetarium in two thousand three but recently gave it a million dollar makeover. And started using it for activities other than star gazing. We have had concerts in here in the coup. Sticks are fantastic astronomy. Professor, Jennifer Christoph says you can also take yoga classes and naps. Just when I use the planetarium in my own classes. I notice a lot of people have trouble staying awake when it gets dark. So we've owned that she says the planetarium's perk, not many four year colleges have and the schools working on getting the word out some more people could check it out. Monica Rix, KFI news. And just reiterating our top story. Democrat Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins have both announced that they plan to support Brett Kavanagh's nomination to the US supreme court traffic.

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"second degree murder" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And it's Pete McMurray in for John Williamson Rokon just walked in the studio while. Knowing that this came back pretty quickly. Did you anticipate that he was guilty? Yes. Second-degree? I this is a proximity. What I thought it was going to happen. The issue here believe it or not is not in the second degree murder. The issue. Here is the aggravated battery charges and convictions because sixteen aggravated battery convictions each aggravated battery conviction actually is a bigger time spent in prison than the second degree murder. Second degree murder is a minimum of four years and probational you're getting at fifty percent of the time serve. Okay, judge. If you just been convicted of second degree murder, the judge gonna say. We're not putting in prison. The the minimum the minimum for each count of aggravated battery is six years at eighty five percent. So he's going to have to do at least five years and some change in jail on on the and that charge now the idea is some people will say sixteen charges. So it sixteen times six years, right? It won't be. It's one act. So they the unlikely the judge will will make that anything. But concurrent. Okay. But it depends on what he gives them because they parameter allows it to be up to thirty years six to thirty years. So the judge could give him six years on that. And in fifteen years on the second degree murder. This is what I'm getting now from canvassing some judges is it it's like you'd be fifteen years, which you'd serve it at fifty percent, which would be about seven and a half years. So he'll be it's likely that he will spend somewhere around seven years in prison state prison for this. Now does he keep his pension? How does that work? Do they have to rule on that too? I it depends. The union will have to answer that. I'm pretty sure that he does not get his pension here. But I will I will want to see and right now he was taken into custody immediately. The his defense asked you didn't find it very hard though, that that he'd be allowed to come back next week to discuss bail and bond and all that I think is almost everybody's best interest. And he go in tonight for his maybe the safety of his family. There have been a lot of rumors right about what people wanna do. Here doesn't at this moment. And it's very early. This is just happened within the last half an hour that that the guilty second-degree murder and in the sixteen aggravated battery guilty charges that it seems to me that. We're not seeing a whole lot of action yet or anger yet. We'll have to see what happens throughout the evening though, there were a number of threats against the family. Oh, yeah. So we're going to hear from the attorneys coming up soon as they walk out of the courthouse that we're going to have his defense attorney Dan Herbert on at three ten at three ten. Yeah. He's going to call the show. Yes. Okay. It's it's strange coming. Downtown today. Wasn't it? Did you get here before the verdict? Yeah. Okay. People were getting out people were really getting out in the police presence downtown yesterday was crazy. I just drove straight to the station parked in the garage and came upstairs by today. I'm sure it's off the charts. Yeah. There's a lot of police police on every corner downtown. And you know, you just don't know you don't know what's going to happen in this in a situation like this. I don't know if this verdict is going to quell, civil unrest or exacerbated. I mean who knows you never know and some people protest because I wanted to give Vanja things it has nothing to do want to protest protest. Yes. So Jason Van Dyke found guilty of second degree murder. Found guilty on sixteen counts of aggravated battery with a firearm, and you're gonna have Dan Herbert on in a little less than an hour. And we're going to hear from him at his press conference when he walks out. Thank you for coming in. Thanks. That's real Khan. He's coming up at three o'clock with Anna at seven twenty WGN. Whether.

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"second degree murder" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"second degree murder" Discussed on WCHS

"In rono virginia the rally county woman who's admitted to beating to death of beckley pastor during a string of home burglaries in february 2015 could be sentenced two decades in prison today and may 21yearold camille brown from beckley entered guilty pleas for second degree murder and burglary up to now investigators have not been able to identify a motive for her attack on sixty nine year old pastor ronald li browning shortly after her arrest ran allegedly told police she killed in old white man was in her words following god's plan the randolph county man who came close to drowning a state police trooper and march of last year is scheduled to be sentenced today and randolph county circuit court four attempted firstdegree murder and other charges trooper first class jj cornelius had to fight off twenty nine year old daniel whiteman from elkins with his knife during the attack that came and mill creek as cornelius attempted to arrest men on a burglary charge out of indiana someone passing by how cornelius out of the water when wegmann fled in other news what happens next with nicolas county school consolidation plan is now up to the state supreme court chief justice them lol free and margaret workman asked the most questions during tuesday's arguments most of those focusing on the latitude the state school board has doesn't have when it comes to decisions county school boards make about school facilities deputy attorney general kelly talbert arguing on behalf this these school board so justices a lower court ruling wrongly takes power away from this they bore the circuit court effectively substituted his judgment for the state board of education stay board rejected the nicklaus county postflood school plan twice residents who support keeping schools and rich were jammed the high court's chamber tuesday tiffany russell says she proudly wore her orange teeshirts no matter where we go with a together with show up together we support together to high court decision is expected in the coming weeks i'm jeff jenkins wv metronews dot.

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