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Fresh update on "state court" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:52 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "state court" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

"I'm Sarah McCammon. Good morning. It's an unusual post Thanksgiving weekend. We'll talkto one airport worker on the front lines of trying to keep travelers safe during this pandemic. And if you might have been exposed to the coronavirus, what should you do now? We have advice later. What does a chart topping artist right about when she stuck at home like the rest of us? I'm like it. Help your guy got mad? I can't say I wanna stay way out when it bakes this Benny on her new album and snails, But first our newscast it's Sunday November 29 2020. Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. Pennsylvania's Supreme Court has thrown out a lawsuit and that declaring millions of mail in ballots unconstitutional Sarah Schneider of member Station W. E s reports it's the latest loss for Republicans seeking to overturn or sow doubt. About President elect Joe Biden's victory in the state. Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and Sean Parnell, a Republican who led an unsuccessful bid to unseat US representative Connor Lamb were among the plaintiffs. The suit cited issues with law enacted a year ago that let Pennsylvanians vote by mail without an excuse. The state Supreme Court dismissed the case because they say the suit wasn't filed in a timely manner. Days ago, the Republican State Court judge handling the case agreed to halt further certification of the vote count. Governor Tom Wolfe and Secretary of State Kathy Book far appealed to the state Supreme Court, saying the suit could interfere. What the state's ceding its electors for NPR News. I'm Sarah Schneider in Pittsburgh. New daily confirmed coronavirus cases across the U. S. Climbed by more than 155,000 yesterday. The national total stands at more than 13.2 million. Los Angeles County, the nation's most populous is preparing for a three week safer at home order to take effect tomorrow. L. A County public health director Barbara Ferrer says infections there are surging. We are continuing to see high number of Daily new cases and alarming increase in the number of people currently hospitalized. Most gatherings will be banned, but the order does not fully shut down shops or non essential businesses. Canada is on a troubling course, according to the nation's top doctor as Corona virus infections there, increase Dan Carbon check reports projects in suggest Canada could hit as many as 10,000 cases a day by December. Chief Public Health officer Dr Teresa Tam says that the current pace long range models forecast significant increases. Hamza's Canadians have a window of opportunity now to act collectively to bring the infection rate down. Caseloads over the past week reached more than 5000 Day, She says the death rates are increasing for the elderly, and there are more and bigger outbreaks in long term Carolyn's hospitals, group, living settings and indigenous communities. He adds that this is causing serious challenges for health care services on Terrio, Quebec in Alberta continue to post record numbers of covert 19 cases, and Tam again called on Canadians to follow public health guidelines for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. Canada says it's banning exports of some prescription drugs to protect its supply. The move follows President Trump's plan to lower US drug prices. This is NPR. Two separate suicide bombings in Afghanistan have killed more than 30 people. One targeted a military base. The other a provincial chief who survived the attacks come as Afghan government and Taliban negotiators hold face to face talks. Swiss voters have rejected a proposal to ban investments in weapons manufacturers. It was part of a referendum today that would have imposed penalties on Swiss based companies whose investments violate human rights or hurt the environment. British actor David Prowse has died at the age of 85. NPR's Jovon Paris reports. Prowse is best known for portraying Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy, though his face and voice might not be recognizable to fans standing 6 ft seven inches tall, proud, towered over most actors. He shared scenes with Champion bodybuilder and fitness consultant. It was proud this physicality that lets was early on screen work in projects like Casino Royale and a Clockwork Orange or roll that caught the attention of director George Lucas, who cast proud as Darth Vader. In the original Star Wars trilogy, tearing this city apart piece by keeping you in those states. Find the passengers of this. I want them alive. But that voice may not be familiar to Star Wars fans in postproduction,.

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Wisconsin recount confirms Biden's win over Trump

The Moth Radio Hour

00:59 min | 1 hr ago

Wisconsin recount confirms Biden's win over Trump

"Wisconsin's two largest counties completed ballot recounts today, confirming President elect Joe Biden's win by some 20,000 votes there, and Sarah Schneider of member station W. E s a reports Pennsylvania's Supreme Court has thrown out a lawsuit that sought to declare millions of mail in ballots in the state unconstitutional. Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and Sean Parnell, a Republican who led an unsuccessful bid to unseat US representative Connor Lamb were among the plaintiffs. The suit cited issues with law enacted a year ago that let Pennsylvanians vote by mail without an excuse. The state Supreme Court dismissed the case because they say the suit wasn't filed in a timely manner. Days ago, the Republican State Court judge handling the case agreed to halt further certification of the vote count. Governor Tom Wolfe and Secretary of State Kathy Book far appealed to the state Supreme Court, saying the suit could interfere with the state's ceding its electors

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Fresh update on "state court" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:49 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "state court" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

"First our newscast it's Sunday November 29 2020. Live from NPR News. I'm Barbara Klein. Pennsylvania's Supreme Court has thrown out a lawsuit aimed at declaring millions of mail in ballots unconstitutional. Sarah Schneider of member Station W. E s reports it's the latest loss for Republicans seeking to overturn or sow doubt. About President elect Joe Biden's victory in the state. Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and Sean Parnell, a Republican who led an unsuccessful bid to unseat US representative Connor Lamb were among the plaintiffs. The suit cited issues with law enacted a year ago that let Pennsylvanians vote by mail without an excuse. The state Supreme Court dismissed the case because they say the suit wasn't filed in a timely manner. Days ago, the Republican State Court judge handling the case agreed to halt further certification of the vote count. Governor Tom Wolfe and Secretary of State Kathy Book far appealed to the state Supreme Court, saying the suit could interfere. What the state's ceding its electors for NPR News. I'm Sarah Schneider in Pittsburgh. New daily confirmed coronavirus cases across the U. S. Climbed by more than 155,000 yesterday. The national total stands at more than 13.2 million. Los Angeles County, the nation's most populous is preparing for a three week safer at home order to take effect tomorrow. L. A County public health director Barbara Ferrer says infections there are surging. We are continuing to see high number of Daily new cases and alarming increase in the number of people currently hospitalized. Most gatherings will be banned, but the order does not fully shut down shops or non essential businesses. Canada is on a troubling course, according to the nation's top doctor as Corona virus infections there, increase Dan Carbon Chuck reports projects and suggest Canada could hit as many as 10,000 cases a day by December, Chief Public Health officer Dr Teresa Tam says. At the current pace, long range models forecast significant increases. Cam says Canadians have a window of opportunity now to act collectively to bring the infection rate down. Caseloads over the past week reached more than 5000 Day, She says the death rates are increasing for the elderly and there are more and bigger outbreaks and long term care owns hospitals, group living settings and indigenous communities. She adds that this is causing serious challenges for health care services. Ontario, Quebec in Alberta, continue to post record numbers of covert 19 cases and time again called on Canadians to follow public health guidelines for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in shock in Toronto. Canada says it's banning exports of some prescription drugs to protect its supply. The move follows President Trump's plan to lower US drug prices. This is NPR. Two separate suicide bombings in Afghanistan have killed more than 30 people. One targeted a military base. The other a provincial chief who survived the attacks come as Afghan government and Taliban negotiators hold face to face talks. Swiss voters have rejected a proposal to ban investments in weapons manufacturers. It was part of a referendum today that would have imposed penalties on Swiss based companies whose investments violate human rights or hurt the environment. British actor David Prowse has died at the age of 85. NPR's Jovon Paris reports. Prowse is best known for portraying Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy, though his face and voice might not be recognizable to fans..

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Pennsylvania court dismisses lawsuit trying to toss mail ballots

The Organic Gardeners

00:37 sec | 8 hrs ago

Pennsylvania court dismisses lawsuit trying to toss mail ballots

"Pennsylvania's highest court rejects another trump lawsuit challenging election results. I'm Tom 40, even as the Trump campaign tries to take his bit to overturn his losing election results in Pennsylvania to the U. S. Supreme Court. It also keeps losing cases in other federal and state courts. The most recent, the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court dismissing a Trump claimed that mail in ballots in the state are on constitutional. This was basically the last of the legal challenges that Trump and his allies had brought in Pennsylvania and state and federal Towards the Trump legal team claimed that they had many successful legal claims in Pennsylvania. In the end, they did not loyal

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Fresh update on "state court" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:55 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "state court" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

"We'll speak with Virginia Governor Ralph Northam about who's first in line to get them. Plus, the Supreme Court hears arguments over whether President Trump can alter the 2020 Census numbers, which determines state's electoral college votes for the next 10 years and will go to Georgia to hear about efforts there to register newly eligible voters for the Senate runoff elections. It is Sunday, November 29th 2020. First news headlines. Line from NPR News in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone and another blow to GOP efforts to reverse the results of November 3rd. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court last night dismissed a lawsuit that was filed by Republicans in the hope of declaring the law that allowed mail in votes unconstitutional. W. E s A Sarah Schneider reports. Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and Sean Parnell, a Republican who led an unsuccessful bid to unseat US representative Connor Lamb were among the plaintiffs. The suit cited issues with law enacted a year ago that let Pennsylvanians vote by mail without an excuse. The state Supreme Court dismissed the case because they say the suit wasn't filed in a timely manner. Days ago, the Republican State Court judge handling the case agreed to halt further certification of the vote count. Governor Tom Wolfe and Secretary of State Kathy Book far appealed to the state Supreme Court, saying the suit could interfere with the state's ceding its electors for NPR news. I'm Sarah Schneider in Pittsburgh. Congress is back from Thanksgiving recess this coming week It has taken no action on an additional stimulus bill, but it does plan to take up an annual defense bill when it returns. NPR's Claudia Greece, Alice reports that President Trump has threatened to veto the measure over provisioned to rename bases carrying the names of Confederate officers. The National Defense Authorization Act is known for drawing bipartisan approval year after year, but it may hit a road block this year. The House and Senate passed their own versions of the defense bill, and now lawmakers must reach an agreement on a final proposal to send to President Trump's desk. But Trump has said he won't sign off if the bill carries a provision to remove Confederate names and symbols from military installations. Both versions of the bill include the plan, and it's not clear for Republicans will stay on board. Keep it that way. If no agreement is reached, the defense bill may need to wait for a new Congress and President elect Joe Biden to enact it into law next year. Clouding the zealous NPR NEWS Washington Afghan officials say At least 30 members of the Afghan security forces have been killed in suicide bombings on a military base in Ghazni province. The BBC Segunda come money has details to suicide attacker was driving a military Humvee vehicle filled with explosives, which he then detonated. Elsewhere in the country. A senior local politician survived another suicide attack in the province of Zabel. Levels of violence in Afghanistan have been intensifying in recent months. Despite negotiations between Taliban and government officials. The two sides have made progress on the preliminary issues they've been discussing, but a yet to begin talks on a cease fire or power sharing arrangement. The BBC Sikander Kamani This is NPR news in Washington. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance. Lucky. Residents in South Ozone Park, Queens, say a year after a collapsed pipe cause sewage to flood into their homes. They're still seeking compensation from the city. Flood damaged more than 100 homes, including Olive Harry Lawal's, She says it caused $70,000 in damages and displaced her daughter and granddaughter. The basement flooded With sewage. Two. Garbage was humble. Many community members, including Hurry law say they've gotten confusing and conflicting guidance from the city comptroller's office about getting full compensation for their claims. The office as they approved emergency contracts to clean up all affected homes and went door to door to help residents navigate the claims process. Governor Andrew Cuomo says coronavirus, hospitalizations and deaths continue to rise in New York, Cuomo said yesterday the state so another uptick in its seven day average of positive test results as well. Cuomo caution that New York is entering a challenging period of sustained covert 19 spread and urge people to take precautions to reduce their risk of exposure. Triple A, says car thefts are on the rise throughout New York City based on police data, the Automobile Club says. So far this year, there's been a 66% jump in car thefts in the city. Compared to this time last year. Manhattan leads the trend with a 98% increase in auto thefts, but Brooklyn has seen the majority of stolen cars in the city. Triple A spokesman Robertson Clare says the bad economy may be responsible with many people stealing cars to pay bills, support drug habits or just for the thrill. It is 43..

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Pennsylvania’s top court expected to act quickly on appeal to let state proceed with election certification

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00:57 sec | 2 d ago

Pennsylvania’s top court expected to act quickly on appeal to let state proceed with election certification

"Say a court order to halt the vote certification process could interfere with the state ceding its electors. Tom Wolfe and Pennsylvania secretary of State Catholic Book Bar Filed an appeal in the state Supreme Court, which is expected to act quickly. Emily Previn, the from member station W I. T F has more. Wednesday's flurry of court action stems from Republican Congressman Mike Kelly's lawsuit seeking to throw out mail in ballots cast November 3rd. Kelly asserts a law enacted by the Pennsylvania Legislature permitting mail in voting without an excuse is unconstitutional. Wolf and book far had announced Tuesday that presidential vote counts were certified and President elect Joe Biden officially won the state. Then Kelly's team persuaded a Republican State court judge handling his case to halt certification. Now, Wolf and book far are asking Pennsylvania's high court where five of seven justices are Democrats to take the case and let certification move forward for NPR

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"state court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:01 min | 3 d ago

"state court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Be thankful for. Of course, I'm talking about our family, our friends so much that we have in our personal lives and not the least of which is our health and Of course, we're going to get into that in a little bit, but I wanted to finish the thought that I had. On Big tech. Big tech obviously does play a role, and there's a lot of people out there, including that guy. Dr Epstein, who you've seen all over. The place is a really bright guy. But again, this is one of those Complicated concepts that it really takes a lot of thoughtfulness to understand. It's not just plain is they they cheated, writes. Not that simple. It's it's There's a lot involved in how this plays out young. These constitutional challenges fall on two different sides one on the state, extending its authority and state courts acting as if they were the Legislature, which is unconstitutional. The other side of that being they violated part of the Constitution Article two section two claws to which states that everybody has to be treated the same under the law that equal protection clause. And if you want to hear more about that you can listen to the experts on that. But With respect to Big tech and what is happening with big tech in the role they play. There's a new book out by Cheryl Atkinson. And she was just doing an interview. And I want you to hear what she had to say, because I think it makes a lot of sense. Check this up. These forces knew that once they have largely controlled the terms of how we talk about news stories, in news divisions and on TV and on cable news that there was still this place they saw people were getting unfettered access to off narrative information opinions that maybe they don't want you to have her know about, and so they set out their goals to then move into the inner Having away like we haven't seen before. In a very overt way in those weeks before the election, in fact, to talk, try to control that information landscape as well. So the control of information Now this is one of those interesting things where I get a little philosophical because I look at everything through that lens of philosophy. I think of why do you think the way you do? And where did that come from? Because a lot of people. Look, I realized I don't make up the ideas that are in my head. He's a philosophical ideas that came from somewhere whether it's my my upbringing in faith as a Catholic or as a born again, Christian evangelical, whatever you wanna call it. My belief in Scripture informs my world view. And that's the case for everybody. Whether you believe in Scripture, not if you believe in atheism and that you know you're the god of yourself or there's no God at all. That is going to be what guides you. So This is very relative, and I'm not talking about relativism. But I'm saying it's relative to the conversation because of relativism, in my opinion is really what is Harming society. The fact that Could say, Well, you know, I'm wearing a blue shirt and somebody could say, Well, you know that's open to interpretation. I mean, some people may say that's not really blew it to hue of purple, perhaps, and really get into mincing words and splitting hairs. But the point of this relativism argument that I'm making is when people are talking about relativism, and they can't agree on what the truth is. If I could say Look, I'm willing to debate you. But you have to agree with me that you were both standing on this same floor. And if we can't agree on the floor and the ceiling And debate. What's in between? We can't have the debate because truth is no longer truth. Truth is what you make it to be, And this is what Cheryl Atkinson is talking about. When she's saying these powers are these these entities she's talking about the media and in particular social media. When Twitter can force you know what information comes up on your feet and follow and unfollowed people from your account. Outside of your will. When Facebook and not show you the Bunches of friends that you have, but you see the same people over and over the people. They want you to see her. At least they think that you want to see that you should see. And when Instagram and all the rest of them They use these algorithms They believe to help you to make things better. But it doesn't always help. I like to see on Facebook. You know, to me. Facebook was always my non political place. Because People put pictures of their kids, people that I went to high school with that. I don't see that I get to watch living their life like my buddy money, right? My buddy Money lives in California's in San Diego. He's not a political ally of mine. He's like my brother is like a best friend that I've had forever since the sixth grade. I love him. I love his family, and I love to watch his Children grow up. But Don't really get a lot of that, unless I go in the search bar and find him because what comes through my daily feed his more political stuff. Meanwhile, I have a hope Facebook patients just for politics. So my thinking is, why does this happen? And it's because Facebook prefers it that way. They prefer that instead of me saying all your kids a beautiful God bless him that I say things like, Hey, we gave Al Gore 37 days, so you better wait right And they want to see that reaction And this is there, divide and conquer technique..

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Jury duty? No thanks, say many, forcing trials to be delayed

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

Jury duty? No thanks, say many, forcing trials to be delayed

"Court officials across the country say a low turnout of people summoned to jury duty is derailing plans to restart trials for the first time since the pandemic began within the past month. Courts in Hartford, Connecticut, San Diego, Norfolk, Virginia, and also Denver have had to delay jury selection for trials because too few people responded to jury duty summonses. Officials believe people are wary of serving on Juries because of covert 19 spiking jury trials were just recently suspended by state courts and Connecticut, New York and New Jersey and also in in Denver. Because of rising coronavirus cases,

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Rudy Giuliani and President Trump's legal team continue to undermine the election

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

05:10 min | Last week

Rudy Giuliani and President Trump's legal team continue to undermine the election

"Yesterday there was a presser with Trump's legal team talking about where they are in questioning election results in in several states. And you know them all very well. Here's Rudy Giuliani and what he had to say. This really stood out yesterday. We can not allow these crooks because that's what they are to steal an election from the American people they elected Donald Trump. They didn't elect Joe Biden. Joe Degenova legal analyst, former U. S attorney to the District of Columbia, a member of the Trump campaign legal team. His wife, Victoria, Tensing, also a member of that team, and you saw them yesterday there with Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell and Jenna Ellison. Some others, Joe, Thank you for joining us this morning. Good. Great to be here. So, Joe, obviously a lot of questions from yesterday, But I think the question that I walked away from this with as I thought. There were a lot of very compelling arguments that were made. But yet I heard from the left that that that presser did not answer their questions and left a lot of people walking away saying, Okay. What Now? What? What did you What was the point of it? What did you want to prove in? Do you think you proved that? Well, First of all, I don't care what the left says about yesterday. That's number one. If we were to listen to them, we'd never get anything done number one. Let's let's just get a little perspective here before everybody loses their brain power in 2020. We had one state in Bush v. Gore. 2020. We have 6 to 8 states that we have to deal with. I took daunting task, but it is doable. Now, let's just step back for a second. And look what happened on election night. Election night. Donald Trump has a massive lead. He's on his way. And then all of a sudden everything stops around midnight, and in the key battleground states, the counting stops it stops. And at that point, we asked. Well, what happened? Why is that happening? And the answer is that point Something was afoot. As Sherlock Holmes used to say the game is afoot. Now, why did it stop? It stopped because it had to, because once they saw how much Mr Biden needed to win, they needed to get to put in place a plan which had existed to allow him to win. Now I want a completely associate myself. With everything that Rudy Giuliani said yesterday This election was stolen from the president of the United States, and that's the job that he has assigned Those of us who were on the legal team to fix and that is exactly what we're about to do. Just we are supposed to believe that in these six states Everything happened at the same time by accident that this is just an act of God. It is fate that it is a coincidence. Well, in my opinion, it is a coincidence with a purpose on the purpose was to stop. To figure out from the computers what you needed to win and then to get those numbers and that's exactly what was done. Now we have affidavits, hundreds and hundreds of affidavits. That's what Victoria and I Have been doing over the last two weeks now, and that is finding witnesses talking to them, interviewing them and getting them to give sworn underscore. Warn affidavits or declarations to be used in courts of law. Now, the reaction yesterday at the news conference was really fascinating. When you stand up there, and you look out at this sea of reporters, mostly unfriendly, with a few exceptions. The nature of the questions is so stupid and uninformed and offensive. It's just remarkable for anybody to suggest the journalism lives. Now they have to be in some sort of cave. But you know what? It makes the fight even better to do. Because it's one thing to have to fight the other side. But it's another thing to have to fight almost the entire mainstream media and so that's what we're doing. We have great confidence in our legal team. And we've given these to the statistical analyses that are being done in the expert witnesses who are executing affidavits about the incredible anomalies. In the numbers that they are statistically impossible to be what are being represented to the public. I have no doubt that we will get a fair chance in federal courts and maybe in some state courts to prove our case, but we have time. And but again, this is in 2000 with one state. This is 2020 was 68 states. It's not easy, but it's being done and I want to congratulate everybody on the legal team. These people are working 24 hours a day with little sleep, no pay and are doing a marvelous job.

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Trump campaign transfers $3 million to Wisconsin for recount

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:41 min | Last week

Trump campaign transfers $3 million to Wisconsin for recount

"After the two thousand sixteen presidential election green party candidate. Jill stein spent three point five million dollars on a statewide recount in wisconsin which then increased donald trump's total by one hundred thirty one votes. Donald trump called that recount a scam and called on voters to accept the results of the election today. The trump campaign wired three million dollars to the wisconsin election commission to pay for a recount of ballots. In just two of the state's counties the two most democratic counties milwaukee county and dane county joe biden beat donald trump in those two counties by a total of three hundred sixty four thousand two hundred ninety eight votes and joe biden. Beat donald trump in the state of wisconsin by twenty thousand five hundred sixty five votes today. George christianson and scott mcdonnell the clerks for milwaukee and dane counties. Said this about recounts. I'm not surprised that they selected dean and counties they certainly didn't select them for a regularities they sunk to them because they're democratic strongholds. Of course a so frustrating. You know we were trained georgia and i trained for a year and a half or more for this kind of this information from the kremlin That's what we were trying to figure out. We're gonna try to mitigate that information on it out a lot of these bo- never thought it would be coming from from ourselves from from within the united states joining us. Now is wisconsin attorney general. Josh kaul general call. Can you tell us what you expect. In this recount process and whether it will lead to any possible of election litigation trying to overturn the results. Well i the recount itself is virtually certain to confirm what we know. Which is that. Joe biden scott's by about twenty thousand votes as you mentioned before we have recount for years ago and the change in net votes for the candidates about one hundred and thirty one votes. We haven't after twenty eleven states court races. Well and kind. Statewide recounts are in the hundreds. Nothing even approaching twenty thousand boats and the trump campaign does seem to be a little confused about how this process works because in re competition they raised a variety of legal claims but the time for legal claims relating to lose the election is well before the election. There's even a doctrine that says you can't our plans to close to election because you need to have certainty about rules are now bring those arguments. After voting. his happened after ballots have been cast after about twenty thousand more. Wisconsin voted for. Joe biden voted for donald trump. It's too late for those kinds of challenges. So will this delay the certification of results in wisconsin. It shouldn't recount needs to be done by december first and that's the deadline for certifying results. So absence some sort of order or something else that interferes with process moving forward certification will have to happen on december first so it sounds like the trump campaign believes that this is not just counting votes. But it's some kind of evidentiary discovery of some sort in which they might at the end of the process. End up with a legal claim. Is that even possible. If all we're doing is counting votes. That's what they're suggesting you know. But that's not how the rejoin process works as you said a recount is about recounting the votes. It's about confirming that. The numbers were accurate. They may very well. File a legal challenge as the recounts going on or at the end of it but any kind of like that is certain to fail. We've seen the trump campaign's success in court post-election and they keep losing case after case in the reason is because their claims have no merit and if they were challenging staunton I'm confident that it would be swiftly rejected courts so attorney general. Call knowing everything you know about this The vote count as it is the recount process as it will work. Wisconsin's history with recounts the likely on numerical changes as a result of recount Would you say tonight that. We know who the winner of the state of wisconsin is. Yeah there's no question about who's won the state of wisconsin. Donald trump is basically the equivalent position. Somebody who bought lottery tickets but he's Ticket after the lottery has happened. It's it's over and we know who has won this election.

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"state court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:52 min | Last week

"state court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Rebuffed by the state courts, the Trump campaign has taken its claims of Pennsylvania vote counting fraud to the federal courts. Really, Giuliani told a federal judge in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. That widespread fraud happened in the election that there was a lack of equal treatment. Voters in some counties were allowed to fix ballot mistakes. Voters in other counties, he said. We're not within the same state of Pennsylvania. He says. That sort of unequal treatment is reminiscent of the arguments made in Bush versus Gore. Further, he said, 340,000 mailed in ballots were opened, and Allegheny County and Pittsburgh without pull watchers observing making them illegal. Fox was Jessica Rosen fall. Earlier Tuesday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejected claims the GOP ballot watchers in Philadelphia Had been denied meaningful access to observe the vote counting process State of Georgia has completed and on its of its votes and very clear, if not seen widespread voter fraud. We do know this in illegal voting. But it's going to be down in the low. Hundreds stay the elections director Gabriel Sterling says. Those will be investigated. But for a second day in a row, they found thousands of ballots that hadn't been counted at all. President Trump has fired the man who headed the federal agency that oversaw election security tweeting that Christopher Krebs claims that the election was the most secure and U. S history was highly inaccurate. President elect Joe Biden, upsetting some on the far left with his staffing choices. President elect Joe Biden's latest round of staff picks signals he's making good on the promise his incoming administration will be diverse with lots of women and people of color. But progressives are sounding the alarm, saying some of these pics will restrain the agenda they want to see from the man they helped elect. The Progressive group called Justice Democrats, known best for helping AOC Get elected, warned Biden's corporate friendly appointments will erode the goodwill with progressives. Boxes. Jackie Heinrich America is listening to.

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$73M To Go Toward Compensating Patients Of Former UCLA Gynecologist Accused Of Sexual Misconduct in Los Angeles

Fresh Air

02:16 min | Last week

$73M To Go Toward Compensating Patients Of Former UCLA Gynecologist Accused Of Sexual Misconduct in Los Angeles

"The coronavirus. All the major stock indexes were up. Especially the Dow, which finished 1.6% higher. The Dow is now within striking distance of hitting 30,000 for the first time. Stocks that have been hurt by the pandemic, such as airlines and energy companies were higher. Investors were also responding to comments over the weekend from advisers to President elect Joe Biden, who said no nationwide lockdowns are being contemplated. Jim's a roly NPR news Yes and P Rose 41 points today. You're listening to NPR live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. This is where we are Now. This is me sounding the alarm that San Francisco Mayor London Breed announcing that the city has jumped from the least restrictive yellow tier of the state's coronavirus related reopening plan. Over orange and back to the red tear, and that's effective tomorrow. This means non essential offices must close down again. Jim's can on Lee stay open a 10% capacity. Among other restrictions. San Francisco Public health director Dr Grant Colfax, the rate of increase that were seen in California. This faster and steeper than the summer surge. And here in San Francisco, we're seeing an explosion of new cases throughout the city, with the virus becoming more widespread. Colfax says the city's hospitals and intensive care units are able to care for everyone now. But he warned that may not be true if cases continue to rise. The University of California system has reached a proposed $73 million settlement with seven women who accused a former gynecologist of sexual abuse as part of the class action lawsuit more than 6000 patients of Dr James Heaps. Could receive part of the settlement. Ah federal judge must approve the proposed settlement, which was filed today in federal court. Patients have accused heaps of sexual assault and sexual misconduct between 1983 and 2018. He has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges involving seven women and denied wrongdoing. He's due back in state court next month. I'm

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"state court" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:31 min | 2 weeks ago

"state court" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"I'm your host, Craig Berkson. If you're just joining us, we ended our last segment talking about how this election has given many of us deja vu from the presidential election that occurred in 2000. Between Gore and Bush. And because of this, I ended our last segment talking about this election, and I ended by saying that because there was on Lee a 2000 vote difference in Bush's favor. Recount was triggered for the state of Florida. Not to make a long story short there was a recount, and after the recount, it appeared that Bush still had more votes. Gore contested And the Florida State Court overruled Gore's objection. But the Florida Supreme Court overruled the state court and wanted 70,000 rejected votes to be recounted. Now. This decision went to the Supreme Court, which then ruled 7 to 2 that it was unconstitutional due to the equal protections for the Florida Supreme Court. To count those 70,000 rejected votes. Then the Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 to force the Florida Supreme Court to reverse and remand the case. So what This meant was is that due to the upcoming deadline of December 12 that was in 2000, which left really no more time for Gore to find any more votes. The Supreme Court's decision in effect ended the recount and the previously certified vote tally was upheld, giving Bush the victory. In Florida and, of course, in effect the presidency. Now it's important to know that the Supreme Court's decision didn't steal the election. What wasn't known to the public outside of Florida was at the Florida Legislature had been meeting in special session since December, 8th to select the number of electors for December. 12th just in case The election was still in dispute. If the recount had continued, the four the Legislature would have awarded those electors to Bush based on the certified vote, and the only thing that Gore could have done would be then to contest the electors in the U. S. Congress, and the only thing that could have been done in that case would be for the Congress to reject the electors at Gore's request. The Congress was not going to do that. This was a narrow win for Bush, but it was clear who the winner Wasps now after the recount, the vote tally was the same. Bush was ahead. And the country accepted it, and no one disputed the outcome. After roll was said and done, unless, of course, you're Gore himself. With all this said it looks like we're in a similar situation today. The difference, however, is this. Listen carefully. Instead of Florida in 2000, which was one contested state. We now have six Florida's Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona and Nevada. But unlike Florida in 2000, this contested election is not about overseas ballots. Accepted or not. It's not about hanging chads or dimpled ballots. It's far greater. It's about fraud, something that wasn't a part of the 2000 election and this fraud is undeniable. We have dead people voting in both Pennsylvania and Georgia..

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Trump campaign faces uphill battle in legal fight over votes

KYW 24 Hour News

01:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump campaign faces uphill battle in legal fight over votes

"The Trump campaign lawsuits to invalidate thousands, if not millions of ballots cast in Pennsylvania and other states. Will likely face an uphill battle. As cable W Community affairs reporter Cherry, Greg explains. Elections lawyers say courts are reluctant to disenfranchise voters. This is an election law attorney based in Philadelphia, she says. Because of the political nature of elections, courts set a high bar for party seeking their intervention and a higher bar for those seeking to throw out ballot. Systemic fraud. I think you'd have to show bad face and I don't think you have either of those two things. Evidence in either case, the Trump campaign is filed lawsuits in Pennsylvania and both federal and state court alleging breach of election procedures. There's also allegations of fraud, but the burden is on the plaintiffs to provide evidence The party's bringing these losses. They have no proof, meaning Mackenzie is legal director for the Public Interest Law Center and says courts also give deference that eligible voters who have properly cast their ballots based on guidance by government officials, she says it's very hard to toss such ballots even if election officials made mistake Basis to toss aside someone fundamental right to Kinsey says the right to vote is viewed by courts as the most sacred rites in American democracy.

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"state court" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"state court" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And what has to happen is there has to be a ruling from the lower court. So these individual state courts Going to make rulings and from what I've heard in some press releases, our press conferences or little blurbs that there has been some adverse rulings. You have to have an adverse ruling before you appeal it up now because of the severity of this I'm going to skip some of the appellate process. You're not going to get to the court of appeals and every state's a little bit different. They have a review in court in this and superior court here versus the court of Appeals over here and then I believe it's going to end up in the Supreme Court now whether they consolidate cases or not. You know, from from from a state by state. If you have multiple lawsuits within a state you can consolidate within those states. But across state lines, they're very doubt and talking to Patrick in our office is going to be a consolidation across state lines. It could be a consolidation within the state. And then there's going to be those separate lawsuits going to the Supreme Court. This is goingto I don't know, George and I agree on this and Patrick as well. The lawyer in our office, this board certified in appellate law. I don't see how this avoids the Supreme Court. Just don't so this is a dumb question. But why in the world would they ask our newest justice to recuse herself from the situation isn't isn't that the sort of ridiculous that aren't they supposed to be looking at the law straight on and not being one side or another, they're supposed to look, I really get back to the representation of the justice system, which is Lady justice and is she's emulated. After an old idea of a Greek goddess Themis, the goddess of order. Our justice system is supposed to bring order. I really hate the fact that the Supreme Court has been so politicized. Really? And I use that word. Not loosely hate meaning is a strong disdain. I hate The Supreme Court has been politicized because the Supreme Court is supposed to be the arbiter when all the idiot politicians down below do other crap, and everything goes wrong down there. Then you're supposed to get you supposed to be above the fray at the Supreme Court. And you're supposed to make a ruling on the law. Not on a political party that appointed you on the law. Period. End of story. Follow the law. Follow President Go backto our founding fathers be an originalist. I wish all of them originalists. Meaning. What is the original intent of our documents? Was the original intent of the law. That's like your great great grandpa leaving our grandma leaving you A will. And there was an original idea that will and where that wanted him or her money wanted to go. And then someone down the road is not. They don't really mean that they meant something else the way lately that wasn't you that wasn't the intent of the actual will or the intent of the person that had the property. So that's what I foresee and I went back in our Supreme. I don't know if it can never come back again if you can, but I don't see how it avoids going to Supreme Court either. I am not the intrepid lawyer here in the mix, but I can tell you that I do know the Constitution. Article two of the constant does what I think is going to come down to me, and I'd love to get Patrick's thoughts on this. Was it something I said no breaking article to the Constitution empowers state legislatures to establish voting rules. For the selection of presidential electors. It doesn't empower courts to establish those rules. It doesn't empower individuals. It doesn't empower electoral boards. If you remember recently, Pennsylvania went up so nasty Supreme Court It was for four. Barrett was not on the court. Yet. She's now and John Roberts sided with the liberal Machar the liberal side and basically said, You know what? We're going to kick this back down to the states. They wanted to change the election date. They wanted to change the theater disability of balance after the election date..

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How The Trump Campaign And Supporters Are Trying To Affect State Ballot Counting

BBC World Service

00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

How The Trump Campaign And Supporters Are Trying To Affect State Ballot Counting

"A federal judge has rejected the Trump campaign lawsuit that Philadelphia election officials are not giving Republican observers access to the voting counting process in a second lawsuit filed by the campaign and the Republican National Committee, A state court has ordered clerks in Pennsylvania to segregate mail in ballots for voters who have not shown proof of

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It's back to court today for Kennedy cousin, Michael Skakel

WBZ Morning News

00:28 sec | Last month

It's back to court today for Kennedy cousin, Michael Skakel

"Cousin Michael Skakel. Prosecutors in Connecticut want a retrial in the 1975 killing of teenage neighbor Martha Moxley. It was in fact, 45 years ago today. That Moxley was killed in Greenwich. Skakel was convicted of murder, but the Connecticut state police are state court vacated the conviction two years ago. He is a nephew to Ethel Kennedy, the widow ofthe Roberts Kennedy. 6 38 big

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Late-arriving mail-in ballots count in Pennsylvania

Wendy Bell

00:33 sec | Last month

Late-arriving mail-in ballots count in Pennsylvania

"Top election officials says mail in ballots received by counties within three days after polls close will count, although she cautioned that More litigation could change that. Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar said today, however, that late arriving ballots will be counted separately for the sake of what she calls effective and clear Election administration in Pennsylvania. Last night, the U. S Supreme Court turned away it Republican Party bid to block a state court order granting the extended deadline for mail in ballots in Pennsylvania. President Trump tweeted that a three day extension for Pennsylvania is a disaster. A new

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Supreme Court rules on North Carolina and Pennsylvania mail-in ballots

Morning Edition

00:49 sec | Last month

Supreme Court rules on North Carolina and Pennsylvania mail-in ballots

"Court says elections officials in North Carolina may count absentee ballots. Up to nine days after Election Day. Rusty Jacobs with North Carolina public radio, says state Republicans had sought to block the extension. North Carolina law already allowed for counting absentee ballots postmarked by but received up to three days after Election Day extension was part of of a a legal legal settlement settlement in in state state court court between between the the Democratic Democratic majority majority North North Carolina Carolina Board Board of of Elections Elections and and advocacy advocacy groups groups that that suit suit to to his his absentee absentee ballot ballot rules rules made made the the Corona Corona virus virus pandemic, pandemic, slow Postal service and a surgeon mail in votes Rusty Jacob's reporting. Separately, the US Supreme Court also rejected a second attempt of block Pennsylvania's extended Ballad Deadline. Newly sworn in Justice Amy Cockney Barrett did not take part in either decision.

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"state court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:43 min | Last month

"state court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Are welcome back. Jason, this is George secure, So we'll take your phone calls. 168 4 31 says we're out yesterday with Logan taking the reins of the show. We wanted to focus your attention on a couple of things. What is The Supreme Court case out of Wisconsin. This is an interesting case because it came from a federal court, not a state court. So far, the Supreme Court because of Chief justice Roberts has been cited with state courts or whatever they really decided about with the cat, where they could accept ballots, Baylin ballots, So if it was Postmarked on Election Day. The certain time that if it was six days it was three days who was nine days they were deferring to state courts to the terminus. What what case came out of the federal courts. So Chief Justice Roberts He came up with a coarse, one of his kind of ways of getting it fixed answers similar to the affordable Care act Well, because it was a federal court, not a state court, the federal court I guess kids, you know they should be getting involved in this. Even though we're talking about us constitutional issues. That's why it's before the Supreme Court in the first place has constitutional consequences. But Justice Kavanaugh's a pitted with since this we'd have a new justice of the court, so this could be a side of how What we see places like Instagram Dad say that votes probably. We probably would have results odd, and that's that's what we think is going to be. That's normal. That's that's going to be the process. They're putting that out to everybody. It will be these kind of decisions. By the court that will determine kind of wood. We stop county votes. That's what Bush versus Gore is about. Where do we stop the recounts? Where did we stop chatting about? What do we stop looking for MME or whether we stop throwing more out? And what do we say? This is the end of the election. Exactly. So Justice Cavanaugh in the Democratic National Committee versus Wisconsin State Legislature case. On bare, the Legislature had rules and laws and regulations. Justice Cavanaugh noted that approximately 30 states, including Wisconsin require that absentee ballots be received by election day in order to be counted. That's 30 states have that so it's a majority of the states have that. This is you can because a federal district court in Wisconsin unilaterally change the state's deadline for receipt of the absentee balance, he said. Well, it's because of the pandemic, So I'm going to go to instead of November 3rd. I'm going to go to November 9th. Five justices of the Supreme Court, including Justice, the Chief justice John Roberts, I will say for the record, Andy, I told you he might get one right. He got one right, although the reasoning is still a little different. To say the least, he said. When it's a federal court trying to intervene, the federal courts can't do it. But the state courts can that's under junk. Justice Roberts Justice Cavanaugh, Justice Thomas Justice Alito Justice Gorsuch took a different view, they said. Of course, the federal courts can't do it. But the difference between the state and federal courts are not of constitutional consequence as relates to moving the dates per Balaji. So I think, Andy, we've got a framework. And then of course, we've got the unknown question, which will be and these look, We've got these cases up there now involved in Wisconsin. Excuse me, Miss Constantine decided. We've got Pennsylvania North Carolina up there, and there may be a couple of others to coming. We don't know where justice bear. It's going to be on this, but I think we have the framework. Yes, we do. I think definitely the framework has been put in place by the reasoning that Justice Kevin, I'll put forward. In Ah and doing exactly what you said. I was impressed by Justice Cavanaugh's opinion very much because what he said, is exactly what he was put on the bench to do and that's engaged in judicial restraint. He said that it is not It is not the province of a federal district cord to usurp the proper role of the state legislature in rewriting election laws in a period close to the election, a federal district court has no business, as he says, swooping in and altering, carefully considered and democratically enacted. State election rules when an election is imminent, so so that I think that shows the Judicial philosophy is the person that President Trump appointed to the court. The state legislatures decision to make changes should be, as he says, not subject to second guessing, And this is what I love, particularly by an unelected federal judiciary, which lacks the background competence on expertise to assess The public health and is not accountable to the people. So the design of electoral procedure, he says, is a legislative task and not one that federal judges should be insinuating themselves into. I'm very much impressed with the reasoning the clarity of the reasoning and the fact that he's basically told federal judges That's not where we belonged to be sticking our nose in. So the difference you have. Harry is this kind of the state court Federal court distinction now Justice Cavanaugh in a footnote, and it's a Lundy putting on Page nine of the opinion. He says. You know, there are differences between state courts and federal courts and how it comes out of those courts. But constitutionally speaking Constitutionally speaking, He writes that in a presidential elections, a state court significant departure from ledges, the legislative scheme for appointing presidential electors presents a federal constitutional question. So he disagrees with Justice Roberts So we have four votes. That would say, even if it's a state court moving these days, they can't do it. Absolutely, And I think it's a very, very important decision by Justice Cavanaugh clearly and unmistakably, he has set forth a clear rule. That neither district courts nor state courts have a unlimited right to change the rules just before an election, and it doesn't matter whether it's a federal district Court or a state court, So this is a very powerful, very influential decision. And I certainly hope that Justice Barritt follows the roadmap outlined by Justice Cavanaugh. Basically, we live in a Republic. Article Two of the United States Constitution gives state legislatures the right to control the rules. The rules have been set forth. Many judges. They are drawn to the claim that the corona virus basically aggregate constitutional standards and statutory standards that is nonsensical simply because the American people have had weeks if not months to vote. With proper social distancing. I think again we would take your phone calls at 168 4 31 2. We're asking people about how they voted their questions their concerns Lady six days until election day, and so you're going to hear lots of stories that we've got. Even at a Joe Biden's campaign. You know, if you if you see what's coming from his campaign is Victory fund Saying we're behind in the polls. You know, it shows him behind one point in Michigan to Donald Trump, four points behind in Arizona and two points down in Florida. I think the Biden campaign and and of course, that's what the DNC that's what the Victory fund is a joint joint run. They realized what MSNBC and CNN are doing by having these analysts continue to come on to talk about blowouts is not good for turnout, because, yes, there's a lot of early voting. Yes, it looks like that's favoring Democrats, but they're still going to be more votes on Election Day. And if people don't show up, they the blowout could go the other way. And so they are trying to do their own push back. I think these were made up. I don't think that these I think that they just put some red of numbers together. Dad T show that they're somehow behind because they're trying to say, Hey, we need to actually get people We have to have a group of people actually show up to vote on Election Day. Okay, So let me let me make up. Let me make a point here, and I think this is I think you're right. I mean, I think it's very all over the place and probably half meaningless, but I think it's clear I wanted to get fans beyond this kind of Washington view is the sense then a little bit. That the media hype on Biden is so strong that they're afraid that on Election Day, which is going to be a big day for Donald Trump, I don't think anybody's going to deny that the election day will be a big day. I think for the president, but he is saying that.

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AP Finds Most Arrested in Protests Aren't Leftist Radicals

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:47 sec | Last month

AP Finds Most Arrested in Protests Aren't Leftist Radicals

"And Associated Press Review of thousands of pages of court documents finds that few arrested at racial injustice. Protests around the nation are affiliated with extremist groups. CBS's Alison Keys reports The Trump Administration has been trying to tie violence and civil rights protest without evidence. The left wing radicals, But the Associated Press finds that many of those arrested are young people from suburban areas. Attorney General William Barr has pushed prosecutors to bring federal charges against demonstrators will cause violence and for defendants to be held behind bars while awaiting trial. Civil rights activists in some defense attorneys say most of the cases belong in state court, where sentence says they're much lighter. They say the government seems to be cracking down on protesters to stifle demonstrations. Adelson Keys CBS

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Supreme Court Rules Pennsylvania Can Count Ballots Received After Election Day

WBBM Morning News

00:33 sec | Last month

Supreme Court Rules Pennsylvania Can Count Ballots Received After Election Day

"Been handed down in a key Section case evenly split. U S Supreme Court has upheld a state court ruling in Pennsylvania that allows the counting of mail ballots arriving up to three days past election Day so long as they are not mailed After that. This is Pennsylvania State law, and this is the highest court in the state of Pennsylvania that has authorized determined legal questions of Pennsylvania State law, and I don't think it's unusual to the U. S. Supreme Court would defer to the authorities on state law, the state Supreme Court election. Will expert David Becker Tom 40 CBS News Washington at 8

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SCOTUS nixes motion against Pennsylvania mail ballot extension

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:32 sec | Last month

SCOTUS nixes motion against Pennsylvania mail ballot extension

"Nation's highest court is allowing a three day extension for ballot counting in Pennsylvania. CBS's Tom Floaty Reports on evenly split U. S. Supreme Court has upheld a state court ruling in Pennsylvania that allows the counting of mail ballots arriving up to three days past election Day so long as they are not mailed After that. This is Pennsylvania State law, and this is the highest court in the state of Pennsylvania that is authorized determined legal questions of Pennsylvania State law, and I don't think it's unusual to the U. S. Supreme Court would defer to the authorities on Eight law, the state Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court Allows More Time For Pennsylvania's Mail In Voting

TIME's Top Stories

04:23 min | Last month

The Supreme Court Allows More Time For Pennsylvania's Mail In Voting

"The Supreme Court allows extra time for Pennsylvania's mail in ballots by Marc Sherman and Mark Levy. Washington. The Supreme Court will allow Pennsylvania to count mailed in ballots received up to three days after the November third election rejecting a Republican plea in the presidential battleground state. The justices divided four four on Monday an outcome that upholds a state Supreme Court ruling that required county election officials to receive and count mailed in ballots that arrive up until November sixth. Even if they don't have a clear postmark as long as there is not proof it was mailed after the polls closed Republicans including President Donald Trump's campaign have opposed such an extension arguing that it violates federal law that sets Election Day as the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November and that such a decision constitutionally belongs to lawmakers not the courts. The State Republican Party Chairman Lawrence Tavis said the party disagrees with the decision and noting the four four decision. It only underscores the importance of having a full supreme court as soon as possible to be clear. The Supreme Court decided not to grant stay which does not mean the actions of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court would withstand a legal challenge to their judicial overreach. Should the court hear the case tape said? Nancy Patty. Mills Chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party accused Republicans of trying to sow confusion and disenfranchise eligible voters. This is a significant victory for Pennsylvania voters. Mills said in a statement, the Democratic majority on the state's High Court had cited warnings that postal service delays could invalidate numbers of ballots and surging demand for mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic to invoke the power used previously by the state's courts to extend election deadlines during a disaster. Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the three liberal justices to reject Pennsylvania Republicans call for the court to block the State Court ruling. Justices Samuel Alito Neal Gorsuch Brett. Cavanaugh and Clarence Thomas would have required the state to stop accepting absentee ballots when the polls close on November third. There were no opinions accompanying the order. So it is impossible to say what motivated either group of justices the conservative justices have been reluctant to allow court quarter changes to voting rules close to an election. The court also is weighing a similar issue from Wisconsin but in that case, the ruling being challenged comes from a federal appeals court and the Democrats who are asking the justices to step in. Most states make election day the deadline, but eighteen states half of which backed trump the twenty sixteen election have a post election day deadline with nearly a million votes already cast in Pennsylvania, we support the court's decision not to meddle in our already working system Pennsylvania's Attorney General Democrat Josh Shapiro said in a statement. On, a separate track Republicans in the State House have pressed Governor Tom Wolfe a Democrat to agree to eleventh-hour legislation to eliminate or limit the three days under the court's order. The case is one of many partisan battles being fought in the state legislature and the courts primarily over a male in voting. In Pennsylvania amid concerns that a presidential election result will hang in limbo for days on a drawn out vote count in the battleground state. And Pennsylvania the State Democratic Party and a liberal group the Pennsylvania Alliance for retired Americans had salt an extension of the election day deadline to count mailed ballots. About two point eight, million mail in ballots requested and approximately nine hundred thousand returned democratic registered voters are requesting mail ballots at a nearly three to one ratio over Republicans, and it's September seventeenth ruling the divided state Supreme Court said ballots must be postmarked by the time polls close and be received by county election boards at five pm on November six, three days after the November third election it also said that ballots lacking clear postmark could be counted unless there was evidence that they were mailed after the polls closed.

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Supreme Court allows Pennsylvania to count ballots received up to 3 days after Election Day

The KDKA Radio Morning News

00:34 sec | Last month

Supreme Court allows Pennsylvania to count ballots received up to 3 days after Election Day

"Don't evenly split U S. Supreme Court has upheld a state court ruling in Pennsylvania that allows the counting of mail ballots arriving up to three days past election Day so long as they are not mailed After that. This is Pennsylvania State law, and this is the highest court in the state of Pennsylvania that is authorized determined legal questions of Pennsylvania State law, and I don't think it's unusual to the U. S. Supreme Court would defer to the authority. Cities on state law, the state Supreme Court election. Will expert David Becker, Tom 40. CBS NEWS Washington There are new rules for Thursday's presidential debate with the latest

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Philadelphia - Supreme Court Allows 3-Day Extension For Pennsylvania Ballots

KYW 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | Last month

Philadelphia - Supreme Court Allows 3-Day Extension For Pennsylvania Ballots

"Learned the saving in the U. S. Supreme Court deny no Republican request A limit mail in voting in Pennsylvania, ruling the Commonwealth and Count Ballots received up to three days after the election as long as they're postmarked by November 3rd Election Day. Republicans, including President Trump's campaign oppose such an extension, arguing it violates federal law that sets Election Day is the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. And that's such a decision constitutionally belongs to lawmakers, not the court chief Justice John Roberts, by the way, joining with three of the liberal justices to reject Pennsylvania Republicans Republicans call call for for the the court court to to limit limit and and block block the the state state court court ruling. ruling. Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, of of course, course, is is an an election election battleground battleground state state in in the the presidential presidential election. election. Donald Donald Trump Trump won Pennsylvania and 2016 but is trailing Democratic opponent Joe Biden. In opinion polls this year. Here in the Commonwealth.

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"state court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:21 min | 2 months ago

"state court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Chris Foster two years ago. Voters in Florida change the state's constitution to allow convicted felons to vote was their time in prisons over And last year, the Florida Legislature controlled by Republicans passed a law requiring people have been convicted of a felony to pay outstanding court debts in order to be eligible to vote. That one has been upheld in court, affecting up to a million people with outstanding fines or fees on the books. A charity called the Florida writes. Restoration Coalition's been raising money to help pay those deaths. And former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has just helped raise $16 million for that fund. He supports Joe Biden against President Trump in the election, and Florida attorney general. Actually, Moody tells box she wants a state investigation. I am hopeful that the FBI also takes notice. I directed them also to consider federal law. Americans need to know that no stone will be left on turn and investigations will proceed so that they can trust in these elections. So is Bloomberg. Breaking the law came the fines for the fees. They convicted selling Happens all the time. Fox News senior judicial analyst Georgina Napolitano it's usually done by family members for non profit groups for the potential employer. Of the ex con All of home want to help this person ingratiate himself into normal society, freedom and responsibility. So legally, there's no difference between what this nonprofit is doing or what Michael Bloomberg is doing for this non profit and somebody's mom paying off their their fees. Yes. Now. There are a couple of nuances as I said they can't cannot be a quid pro quo. Obviously. Tell the Mike Bloomberg for one of his terrible foundations is donating to another charitable foundation. Which administers a program for ex cons. I don't mean to demean them with that slang phrase, just as an abbreviation on a handle. That's how well we're doing. Which administers a program to ex cons in Florida. It pays the seas and the fines that they still owe the state so that they're free to vote. At the time or in any dealing with them. There's any information about how they should vote on. That, of course, is bribery. If that sign they're sending into information and dealing with them, But they are The's bills of theirs. He's financial obligations of theirs are being paid as an inducement for them to vote. That's also illegal, but it is just a simple Hey, we're going to pay this for you so that you can both and so that you can enter society without this burden on your shoulders. That's not only lost all its normal is there intimation baked into the fact that Bloomberg ran for president as a Democrat, and it's very naked. Be doing this to help Joe Biden in Florida. Yeah, that's probably a political question. I? You know what? With the ton on what The ex cons know? Do they know that this is Mike Bloomberg's money? Or do they just know about a nonprofit has advertised Take come and sign up with us, and we'll pay your fine at CES. Do they know even if they know it's Mike Bloomberg's money, so they know How he wants from the heart. And then there's a couple of steps in there, which in my view, insulate Bloomberg. Personally as well as his charity from even a hint of any criminal liability here. Because of the tax free and IRS approved nature of both Hiss Foundation and the foundation that pays the fines and fees to the folks of Florida. Yeah, I mean, this foundation was set up to be fair a couple of years ago. It's not like Bloomberg started two weeks ago with the express purpose of getting a few 1000 more votes for Joe Biden. You know, the whole thing is a political mess. Oh, the Farrah Constitution was amended. Three years ago by the Florida voters, so changed the law and remove the disability of ex cons from voting. So another work under this No amendment. You'll get out of jail. You can vote legislator said. Not so fast. He'll have to pay all your fines and cheese and that was challenged. A trial court charge invalidated what the Legislature did. The United States Court of Appeals for the 11th surface in Atlanta, which has jurisdiction over settled Trump sent to Florida. Reverse the trial judge and sent these you must pay. First requirements are lawful. That's what began this process. Long before Bloomberg began any effort to become president or said anything publicly as far as I know about President Trump and his worthiness to re election. In terms of being a felon extolling whatever are those fines and fees effectively part of your sentence? So even though you may be walking around a free man or woman You still haven't fulfilled your sentence. That is the argument made by the quarters for the Legislature of the state of Florida what they defended the statute. In several court, and I think it's a valid argument. The question is a consistent with C The Florida Constitution. That's an issue for state judges, not federal judges. They consistency between state legislation, and a state constitution is not a subtle issue, however, were the short answer. Your question is, yes. The obligation to pay fines and see sometimes these finds are huge because sometimes they're restitution. You know, you broke into a bank. It's just a hypothetical you did all this damage repaired the damage. They said a state of Bill for $25,000, and you were required to make restitution of the plant as well as serving. 10 years for the bank robbery. So sometimes they're huge. Sometimes they just The.

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"state court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:00 min | 2 months ago

"state court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The Fox News run down, run down! I'm Chris Foster. Two years ago, voters in Florida changed the state's constitution to allow convicted felons to vote once their time in prisons. Over last year, The Florida Legislature controlled by Republicans passed a law requiring people have been convicted of a felony to pay outstanding court debts in order to be eligible to vote. That one has been upheld in court, affecting up to a million people with outstanding fines or fees on the books. A charity called the Florida writes. Restoration Coalition's been raising money to help pay those deaths and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has just helped raise $16 million for that fund. He supports Joe Biden against President Trump in the election and floors. Attorney General Ashley Moody tells box she wants a state investigation. I am hopeful that the FBI also takes notice. I directed them also to consider federal law. Americans need to know that no stone will be left on turn and investigations will proceed so that they can trust in these elections. So is Bloomberg breaking the law paying the fines or the seas of a convicted? Sell it? Happens all the time. Fox News senior judicial analyst Georgina Napolitano it's usually done by family members for non profit groups for the potential employer. Of the ex con All of home want to help this person ingratiate himself into normal society, freedom and responsibility. So legally, there's no difference between what this nonprofit is doing or what Michael Bloomberg is doing for this non profit and somebody's mom paying off their fees. Yes, now. There are a couple of nuances that said there can't cannot be a quid pro quo. Obviously. So the mike Bloomberg for one of his charitable foundations, is donating to another charitable foundation, which administers a program for ex cons. I don't mean to demean them with that slang phrase, which a cz an abbreviation on a handle. That's how well we're third of them. Which administers a program to ex cons in Florida. It pays the seas and the fines, but they still owe the state so that they are free to vote if it a time or in any dealing with them. There's any information about how they should vote for him. That, of course, is bribery effect that sign there's any into information and dealing with them. But they are these bills of theirs, these financial obligations of theirs. Are being paid as an inducement for them to vote. That's also illegal, but it is just a simple Hey, we're going to pay this for you so that you can vote and so that you can enter society without the herd, Not your shoulders. That's not only lawful, it's normal. Is there intimation baked into the fact that Bloomberg ran for president as a Democrat and is very naked. Be doing this to help Joe Biden in Florida? Now that it's probably a political question, Chris I? You know what would depend on what the ex cons know? Do they know that this is Mike Bloomberg? Funny? They just little bit a nonprofit has advertised. Take come and sign up with us, and we'll pay you Frank at cheese. Do they know if they know it's Mike Bloomberg's money, so they know Now he wants from the bottom, and there's a couple of steps in there, which in my view, insulate Bloomberg personally as well as his charity, from even a hint of any criminal liability here. Because of the tax free and IRS approved nature of both his foundation and the foundation that pays the fines and fees to the props of Florida. Yeah, I mean, this foundation was set up to be fair a couple of years ago. It's not like Bloomberg started two weeks ago with the express purpose of getting a few 1000 more votes for Joe Biden. You know, the whole thing is a political mess. The Florida Constitution was amended. Three years ago by the Florida voters to change the law and remove thie disability of ex cons from voting. So another work under this no abandonment. You get out of jail, You can vote legislator said Not so fast. He'll have to pay all your fines and cheese and that was challenged. Trial court judge invalidated what the Legislature The United States Court of Appeals for the 11th surface in Atlanta, which has jurisdictional settled trapped in Florida. Reverse the trial judge and sent these you must marry. First requirements are lawful. That's what began this process. Long before Bloomberg began any effort to become president, or said anything publicly, far as I know. About President Trump and his worthiness to reelection in terms of being a felon extolling whatever are those fines and fees effectively part of your sentence? So even though you may be walking around a free man or woman You still haven't fulfilled your sentence. The argument made by the lawyers for the Legislature of the state of Florida when they defended the statute. In certain record, and I think it's a valid argument. The question is consistent with the With the Florida Constitution. That's an issue for state judges, not federal judges. They consistency between state legislation and a state constitution. It's not a federal issue, however, were the short answer. Your question is, yes. Theology ation to pay fines and seize. Sometimes he's finders are are huge. Sometimes they're restitution. You know, you broke into a bank. It's just a hypothetical you did all this damage repaired the damage. They said a state of Bill for $25,000, and you were required to make restitution of the bank as well as serving. 10 years for the bank robbery. So sometimes they're huge. Sometimes they just phenomenal. You know, you pay $150 to file a document with the court when I was on the bench. Those fees were absurd, and I often waved them. But I'm not on the bench in Florida, and I don't have the ability to do that. Fox News contributor Emily Companions also attorney, she says politics aside wedding convicted felons vote is the right thing to do, I am all for restoring the right to vote to felons. There's an estimated at 24 million convicted felons in the United States. And a reminder that one of the largest growing segments of that are US veterans. I feel only the deepest compassion for these people, and the reason that I'm all for it. It's because I am not I don't believe in condemning these people to a lifetime of civic death. And most importantly, I have spent hundreds of hours in prisons and jails. And when you see that when you catch a glimpse of what the criminal legal system is like, because I often don't refer to it as the criminal justice system. Then you realize how broken it is. How much needs to change one part of the problem with Florida. Is that OK? You're out. You're out of prison. Now. We need you to pay this restitution paid these fights, but maybe you paid it in 1993, but we don't have any record of it because the record keeping is just so horrible. So it's this this system where is set up where they literally cannot. Take care of this, even if they want to. Even Michael Bloomberg wants to do it for them many times these finds are just their symptoms of our bureaucratic bloat and and our budget dysfunction that we are living on to these people and all of those fines and restitutions, bring with them certain requirements as well..

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"state court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"state court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Janet E. For your hand, writes a letter to build Blasio what she brings to Gracie Mansion to the mayor's residents, Because heaven knows he's not going to be out in the outer boroughs in Park Slope with the unmarked, unwashed masses like you and me, dealing with the defecating homeless people and the violent crime spikes all over the place. He's not going to know that he's very safely ensconced inside Grace. Imagine protected by the police, which he just signed a budget to defund. He Janet Di Fiore, the chief judge of the state of New York, the Court of Appeals. I write to correct the numerous inaccuracies you levied against the court system in your public statement. At today's press conference, and then she goes on to light him up for two full pages. Now it's unusual to see a judge weigh in on such a volatile issue like this. And ultimately, you know what That's about, right? Who appointed Janet E? For your as chief judge of the New York State Court of Appeals? That's right. You guessed it. Bill Deblasio is constant nemesis. Andrew Cuomo. So that's her kind of trying to stay in the governor's good graces. Because all these judges want to be reappointed, and they all want to get. There's a mandatory retirement age in 70 So they all try and get appointed for those 32 years, two year extenders so they can serve till 76. Now Judge D for your chief judge Di Fiore. She's still a ways away from that mandatory retirement age. But These judges. You've got to know how they think it's never too early to start thinking about that mandatory retirement age. Now, this is an action packed show because next hour we have on We're scheduled to have on anyway. Legendary political hitman former Donald Trump campaign adviser and associate long time Donald Trump friend. Roger Stone now Roger Stone made a lot of news 78 days ago. Because President Trump commuted his prison sentence Now he also made a lot of news last night..

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"state court" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"state court" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Argues that the state court's interpretation of the marketing exemption is intolerable given Congress's intention to create national uniformity apparently in the marketing they talked about the the weaponry as military and things like that pansies are attacking people little Gonda of part of a disturbing trend going on in the country that has led to crop loss and even death the National Geographic reports of the problem has been going on for several years citing an incident back in two thousand fourteen that's our gym family attack a two year old child stealing the baby from its mother they also have broken off the arms of people opened up stomachs removed kidneys wow something's going on a Columbus Ohio based company is calling back more than twenty five thousand pounds of ready to eat sausage products over concerns they may be contaminated with Listeria the use department of agriculture's food safety and inspection service over the weekend announced the recall of the twenty five thousand pounds of products including pepperoni and sausage pizza toppings effected items were produced on October twenty ninth October thirtieth November fifth sold under the various labels such as you ease flyers and Massey's among others the products we're the establishment E. S. T. one eight three eight a just to remember that former US president Jimmy Carter recovering at at that land to hospital after safely undergoing a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain from bleeding caused by recent falls it's ninety five years old well aren't drinking milk like they use to dean foods America's largest no producer is filing for bankruptcy the ninety four year old company has struggled in recent years because Americans are drinking less cow milk two thousand nineteen has been particularly brutal for the company sales tumbling seven percent in the first half of the year profits falling fourteen percent dean foods starkest lost eighty percent this year story we reported on last night most of the big names in big talker racing to create smart glasses that were you wear everywhere in may one day replace our phones how does that work let's check in with our expert on such matters Lauren Weinstein warned what is all this water there's a lot of different different directions the the the protector please have have wanted to go order gonna going now with this of course there have been previous experiments by multiple companies the ends glasses that have display capabilities took cases cameras the the latter have been more controversial for obvious reasons and and so far none of them have a really been a success in the consumer market they have been successful to varying degrees it but it's the civic industrial with medical context of it's obvious it's obvious why because there's going to be all kinds of ways that you know if you're if you're in the middle of surgery or you're doing a complicated but industrial assembly operation or something if you could see those instructions in what is essentially a heads up display that could be very very useful so there's always going to be two primary questions when it comes to this kind of technology what is going to be do you can you make a good use case for I mean is there a reason beyond novelty which will work for a certain period of time as I usually wear off for consumers to buy such a product and and have obviously has to be at a reasonable price point for the and the other issue of course is what you're displaying information in front of people for example other eyeglasses you do have to be concerned about destruction issues salute you can't drive a car and do that you're not even necessarily want you walking down the street you know and and doing too much in terms of reading information for classes it's bad enough now with people holding holding yourself folds up one might argue well perhaps if if you're looking through glasses at the same time he'll be less likely to walk into a lamp post I'm not so sure because the structure this destruction if your if your brain of concentrating on what you're reading or the video you're watching while you're walking along even if it's your eye glasses you could theoretically still see her calling but whether or not you're you're still in a land to that lamppost is is always going to be the question I think in the long run this kind of technology will will definitely find a place whether it's going to be the kind of thing where we see most of the people or even a majority of the people walking down the street wearing something like this and using it that's that's were questionable but but you know you never say never I think it'll be annoying worn the paper what it's used for right I mean there is certainly useful I mean especially when you think about about people in special situations I mean that's always the the the thing you want to think about for people who have special needs the the need to have the information available little quickly and wherever they are without having to fumble around with a phone or something where it gets a lot more problematic is if you're just watching entertainment for example that way that that's when there's going to be more of a question in terms of you know what the side effects are if the destruction issues or or or more problematic and it's it's it's it's it's too well it's it's too young to technology now to really know where it's going to go Lawrence website vortex V. 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X. dot com part of our Twitter feed it coast to coast AM dot com warm thank you so much our before we were on the air last night a blazing meteor lit up the night sky in Saint Louis and was caught on video by excited residents security cameras and doorbell cams it was just so it really call they got the over a hundred and thirty reports from eight states all over the place well smile as we said in the whole world smiles with you a new Ohio State University study is determined that of the thousands of possibilities there are about thirty five universally accepted facial expressions that perhaps most remarkable is that roughly half of the seventeen to be exact expressions of happiness unless we are actors most of us are probably unaware of the number of ways that our faces can be reconfigured to express emotions whether voluntary or involuntary and it turns out however humans are meant to smile much more often than they grimace scowl frown or winds I thought this was a perfect story for a resident psychiatrist Dr Peter Bergen I love the story Peter so to all right I just love this story to a happy story and yet it it it tells us where hard wired to connect positively to each other one of the themes that than trying to share with your audience for a long time now I think that you mean beings thrive on each other's happiness and I think it's also a good thing to spot happy people that I I think George is safer they can be trusted more often they're healthier they love more so when I was young George I was pretty said guy and I reached out to said people and made me sadder I think it's a great thing to recognize happy people reach out and become one and they're saying also that if you smile the brain starts functioning and a different way well I'm sure it does the brain reflects our soul and then brain expresses our soul and you know if we're happy we are inside happy it's going to make our brain function on on a better level in general I'm sure just smile little world smiles with you here I understand you have a you tube TV channel going well I have it I've always had a big channel my own put my own of you know channel but now I've got my own she these shell one so weak it'll go up toward the end of the week I've always had a radio show for many years the small stuff and now it's going to it's going to be found each time so after the live radio show we can put up as if they owned show like a TV show I'm interviewing great people first shows up and interviewing a great young psychiatrist a great nutritionist and it.

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"state court" Discussed on Big Brains

Big Brains

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"state court" Discussed on Big Brains

"So I suppose I'm bias and prejudice on that subject having served twenty six is much lower than the the average tenure of Supreme Court justices and I think the US Supreme Court is the envy of high quotes all over the world that have have help us retirement ages some beginning at sixty sixty five seventy tops seventy five five so I think that again amending the Constitution to change it. I don't think there'd be a groundswell. What about the election of State Court judges. Do you think that that's a functioning well or problematic automatic. I think popular election is a very bad way to select judges judges campaigning for office saying if you elect me going to be tough on crime it's spectacle. I don't know any other country in the world where judges our elected one can understand the Arjun the people's distrust of the British judges but we're Long Oh past that time.

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"state court" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"state court" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Casey, Anthony back in the news again reports say Casey, Anthony, allegedly partying more and trying to put her pass behind her. The Thirty-three-year-old Florida woman was accused of motoring her two year old daughter Kayleigh in two thousand eight Anthony told police Kaley disappeared with a babysitter Keighley's remains were found in a wooded area near the family, home, months later, Anthony served. It's three years in prison and was acquitted in two thousand eleven she now works as a researcher for private detective who was the lead investigator on her defense team, Marcus, white, Fox News. There has been a major ruling concerning stun-guns, Matthew, AVI. Tom lives in the northern part of New York state. He says he wanted to buy a stun gun for self defense in his rural home, but New York state bans them for personal ownership, so AVI. Tom late challenged the law in court saying it violated his second amendment rights and federal judge David heard. Agreed. There have been similar rulings in Illinois in Massachusetts. But those came from state courts, a federal one Roger stern Fox News pot in the Big Apple governor Cuomo has been pushing to legalize recreational marijuana here in New York state, but as the April first budget deadline draws closer. It's looking less and less likely that Bill will be agreed upon before. Then you're asking the state legislature to keep this policy removed from the state budget and proceed slowly and cautiously Sarah Ravenhall opposes the Bill. She's the executive director of the county.

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"state court" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"state court" Discussed on KCRW

"They lost in state court. They lost in federal court and the supreme court refused to hear their case. The agonizing sense of frustration and fear at some level. About what that meant. I think for both of us. It was it was pretty concerning. After eleven years in April of nineteen ninety nine Michael and Gordon exhausted all the possible options for appeals we flew down to Angola on Monday morning in April to tell John about the final rid of execution. We had to tell him he needed to get himself. Emotionally, prepared for the likelihood that he was going to die in a month. So we walked into the prison. And as soon as he saw he hugged us and said, what's the date? Meaning what's the best 'execution date that I have. And we said John may twentieth. And he hung his head. And he looked back up at us. And he said, do you think we might be able to get that changed John junior? My youngest son is the first person in my family to graduate from high school and his graduation dates the next day, and we said, we would try, but we thought it was highly unlikely he didn't spent the next fifteen minutes. Asking us to assure him that we would look after his sons after he was gone..

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"state court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"state court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"United states court of appeals the court of appeals have to hear all cases so all the different cases if you look where a lot a law is made it's made at that appellate court level because the united states supreme court picks and chooses which cases it gets the here and they only here a very small number of cases most cases that get appealed to the us court of it is it's the spring court the supreme court says no we're not to take him but everything goes to the us court of appeals and it's a big deal this seventh circuit court of appeals hat here's all the federal appeals from wisconsin illinois and indiana now the makeup of the court of appeals is that there are judges who are appointed by the president and confirmed by the senate and typically wisconsin has two of the judges that sit on the court of appeals two of them come from wisconsin more come from illinois more come from indiana on the current court of appeals there are a couple of vacancies the judge from wisconsin is judge diane sykes on the second judge from wisconsin used to be terry evans who was a former district court judge ace the practice in front of him that elevated the court of appeals he passed away a number of years ago very unfortunate that seat the evans seat on the court of appeals has been vacant for seven years it is the longest vacancy of all the different court of appeals spots um senator ron johnson has nominated former milwaukee county circuit judge mike brennan to be um on the court of appeals brennan is well you don't have take it from me the american bar association which tends to be a liberal type of organization has rated him well qualify to be a judge in the court of appeals that's the highest rating they give brennan's been in private practice he's worked for the government he's also been adjudged he i mean if you want to check off all the different categories of something when someone you would look for in somebody who would be on the court of appeals might brennan has them all right so brennan has been nominated to be on the court of appeals the senate has this procedure called a blue slip procedure and what it.

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"state court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"state court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of isis staff they're not pulling down statues or any of the other stuff that the left likes to do now they're still there how can it be that he's state court has the 10 commandments in their court house and that's unconstitutional but the supreme court has the 10 commandments chiselled into its building and that's not unconstitutional in fact how can it be that any of its unconstitutional you see you're not allowed to have two sides in the more according to some of the genius riders and they know who they are now what are your main or has she got out by a federal order yeah sure well i wanna know where the federal judiciary gets the authority to do this judicial review i said i wanna know where the federal judiciary gets the authority to do this can't just throw around the term judicial review i happen to agree as a matter of constitutional law federal constitutional law not supreme court precedent as a result of hugo black but federal constitutional law that roy moore was right there is no federal constitutional basis for removing forcing the removal the ten commandments from a courthouse all were a federal court forcing a state court to remove the ten commandments from the state courthouse and of course the absolute inconsistency insanity the the highest federal court has the 10 commandments chiseled under.

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"state court" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"state court" Discussed on WTMA

"Who gets the right history and who does who we can call angels and who we have to call devils so we have some modern lawyers today who are totally on incumbent with the history of the court the history of allow these cases they read them in a sterile room with a sterile mine and they think roy more is an absolute not why more has said things about gays and so forth that i absolutely reject but i'm talking about this point this point so i federal court orders a state court to remove the ten commandments from the state court house here's my second question not only wear is this compelled by the constitution but where does a federal court get off telling a state court that it must remove the ten commandments from the state court house then here's my third point those ten commandments moses himself carved in to the supreme court building the supreme court of the united states the federal supreme court they have been chiselled them off they haven't done any that sorta isis staff they're not pulling down statues or any of the other stuff that the left likes to do now they're still there how can it be that a state court has the 10 commandments in their courthouse and that's unconstitutional but the supreme court has the 10 commandments chiselled into its building and that's not unconstitutional in fact how can it be that any of its unconstitutional what you see you're not allowed to have two sides in the sort more according to some of the genius riders and they know who they are now what are you mean or how she got out by a federal order yeah sure well i wanna know where the federal judiciary gets the authority to do this judicial review i said i wanna know where the federal judiciary gets the authority to do this can't just throw around the term judicial review i happen to agree as a matter of constitutional law federal constitutional law at supreme court precedent as a result of hugo black but federal constitutional law that roy moore was right there is no federal constitutional basis for removing forcing the removal the ten commandments from a courthouse or a federal court forcing a state court to remove the ten commandments from the state courthouse and of course the absolute inconsistency insanity the highest federal court has the 10 commandments chiseled under which building you know ground is one week left for shamanee's christmas and holiday sale and the countdown continues introducing the brand new janice south treatment for.

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"state court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"state court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Through the federal fair housing act that so you want the federal courts to tell me mayor de blasio in the city that this part of the tax system has racially disparate impacts and to what prescribe a new system me let me first with the lawsuit is in this the state court iscor caught manhattan okay one of the causes of action that we have is about the fair housing the federal fair housing at that says that our system actually promote segregate shen in the city in the your and what the lawsuit tries to do with does it say exactly how you fix it asked the court to tulloch public officials that what you have now is a legal and unconstitutional and you got fix it and hopefully of public divisions officials we'll figure out how to fix it add rather than having the could have to tell them exactly how to do it we hope that all of the people in our coalition the the hall the rent is the civil rights it's groups the citizens budget commission will all help to shape the solution because we don't say this is the only way to fix it and would you started out with and talked about and i think moffitt commented on ways that you can protect people might be involved in the uh solution so we want the court to say this is a legal this is wrong this is unconstitutional fix and mission career finish the thread or follow it that the judge started their on how this property tax system not only discriminates racially against people where they are but leads to further segregate shore absolutely and on the the latam and watkins team has done a really great job of putting together kind of this argument but essentially what on the way that it goes.

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"state court" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"state court" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Cosby seventy nine years of age bill cosby is now finally facing criminal charges after a long long decades long string of women telling essentially the same story that bill cosby gave them a pill and some wine and they basically became incapacitated and then he raped them now the trial in this case is in a state court in pennsylvania okay remember were talking criminal law here this is the role of the state of pennsylvania or the people of the county of whatever versus bill cosby he's looking eight years and years and years in prison he's charged with multiple felonies multiple felonies essentially all surrounding rape basically sexual assault and the problems with the case are that it's a it's an old case because andrew constand the complaining witness that is the that is the key witness in this case this all happened many years ago and she doesn't have any physical evidence that she can present so the trial started last week technically the trial started last week i didn't buggy about it because they were just doing jury selection well they pick the jury last week in then this week very beginning of this week starting on monday they really got going opening statements and witness testimony and the prosecutor the prosecutor knows it he's got some problems the prosecutive problem number one is he's got to prove the to the entire jury unanimously beyond a reasonable doubt without any physical evidence that bill cosby.

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