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Jury trials to resume in Washington DC Superior Court March 22
"Its use. The Corona virus pandemic led to a backlog of hundreds of criminal cases at D. C s courthouse and things they're going to start moving again at least a little bit in the coming months, D C Superior Court announced that jury trials are going to resume at the end of March. They've been suspended since last year. When the Betadine pandemic first began at the beginning of the year. The court is planning to limit the number of trials it'll hold per week. And it's going to reduce the number of prospective jurors it will summon for attorneys
Key arrests from the Washington, DC riot so far
"He's got the latest today. Michael Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much for having me mark. We're seeing dozens that have been charged already. In the days since a mob of Trump supporters storm the U. S Capitol and disrupted the certification of the 2020 presidential election results Now to be clear some of those folks that were there that broke into the capital Did themselves harm like they were wearing their badges for the place that they're employed by and once their employers found out about it, they fired those folks. But the Justice Department officials are also saying they've been able to with the help of the American people. Nab some of the people that are responsible for breaking in. In fact, three of the highest profile accused rioters from last week siege have been arrested in charge like Jake of Anthony. Chance, Lee, You probably don't know the name or the AK. He goes by Jake and jelly. This is the guy who they were calling on some level. The guy who made the list that had makeup and horns and of some form of for blanket on him or something. They're saying he's the Cuban on shaman. That's what he calls himself and as the Cuban on shaman he has been arrested for breaking into the capital, in fact, technically turned himself into the FBI on their office on Thursday after the whole riots went down on Wednesday afternoon. So he turned himself in. He is now facing charges. The guy who's responsible for carrying around Nancy Pelosi's lectern in the capital has been arrested in his facing charges. Adam Christian Johnson eyes also gonna be facing charges here and Richard Barnett. That name may not sound familiar, but you've seen his boots. He was the guy who was sitting in Nancy Pelosi's desk with his feet up on her desk are allegedly stole a piece of mail from her desk to prove that it was him. That was there. He was arrested on Friday in Arkansas and is scheduled to appear in federal court tomorrow and will ultimately be extradited to Washington, D. C and they're not the only ones. I mean, you've got Derrick Evans, who I don't necessarily think this was a smart move but videoed himself breaking into the capital, saying we're in. We're in Derrick Evans is in. So he referred to himself in third person posted it all on his social media posts, and here's the problem. He was a lawmaker in West Virginia's house of delegates. So when he did that, and was brought up on charges federal charges for breaking in, he had to resign from West Virginia's house of delegates on Saturday for doing that, and then, Lastly, Lonnie Kaufman, I don't know how much we're gonna hear about this because He's the guy that 70 year old from Alabama who allegedly brought guns and 11 Mason jar Molotov cocktails to the perp protest in his pickup truck. Now, from what we're hearing, none of those were used, but they were dangerously close. The vehicle is parked dangerously close to the capital. So what kind of charges will be brought for him? We're not sure. But we do remember how shocking it was that there was a truck that was found with Molotov cocktails and weapons so There will be some element of charges there. And that's just the starting point now Mark because we've got 17 cases, according to federal prosecutors that will be making their way into federal District Court with names attached to them, alleging serious high penalty crimes like violent entry and assaulting federal officers. Then you've got another 40 cases in the District of Columbia Superior Court on lesser charges like Curfew violations and non violent gun crimes that are also going to go through and this is just the starting point. They believe there's going to be more to come. The Cuban on Shaymen should face
OC Judge to Consider Hiring Expert to Help Depopulate Jail to Comply With COVID-19 Regulations
"Considering emptying jails to slow down coronavirus outbreaks there. The Superior Court judge says he might hire an expert to go or jail records and figure out which inmates could be like, go. This comes after he ordered the jail population to be reduced 5 50% from what it was last March. It means more than 700 inmates will have to be released Soon. County says more than 460 jail inmates were positive for Corona virus as a Friday that compares to more than 1020 on Thursday. Orange
Proud Boys leader ordered to stay away from Washington, D.C. after arrest
"Police arresting five people today in U. S Park police, arresting another on various charges from illegal handgun and rifle possession, ammunition and assault on an officer. Well, one of the groups has become a central focus for possible vile. Once the proud boys. The far right extremists have shown up twice before since Election day, patrolling District streets looking for anti trump demonstrators, but their leader was arrested this week trying to get into the sea and reggae. Torrio is released from jail after he was charged. And while Magistrate Judge did not necessarily say Terrio could not attend the rally's tomorrow, Torrio is been from D. C for several months. When Torrio appeared before D C. Superior Court Magistrate Judge Rene Raymond this afternoon, she paused proceedings ordering him Place a face mask over his nose. TAR EOS lawyer requested his release. The government requested a stay away order. Both were granted and he was freed on personal reconnaissance. Tardio was arrested Monday by DC police while riding in the back seat of a Honda. Traveling in the third Street tunnel. He faces a charge of misdemeanor destruction of property. Timeto, a black lives matter. Banner Thorn from the Asbury United Methodist Church and set on fire, plus a charge for felony possession of a high capacity gun machine. He's not allowed back to the city until his next court dates on the morning of June 8th Matt SMALL w. T O P NEWS, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan made some
San Diego County restaurants to remain closed as appeals court extends stay of judge's reopening order
"News. An appeals court has extended to stay on a judge's ruling in San Diego that would have allowed county restaurants to open both for indoor and outdoor dining with that is put on hold, at least now until January. 4th District Court of Appeal will hear oral arguments January 19th in the case originally brought by to San Diego Strip clubs, which challenged the fates pandemic restrictions. The case was expanded to encompass all county restaurants to a preliminary injunction issued by San Diego Superior Court. Judge Joel Willful. Two days after Wuerffel's ruling, which blocked enforcement of covert 19 restrictions against live adult entertainment and county businesses that provide restaurant service. That appellate court issued a temporary stay on behalf of the county and state, and this is the same court that ruled the state should be extended and the appeal expedited. Phil Farrar,
YouTube Hiring for Some Positions Excluded White and Asian Men, California Lawsuit Says
"There's a lawsuit in California San Mateo County Superior Court in alleges that YouTube has sent minority hiring quotas. The suits filed by somebody named Armed Wilbur Gay YouTube recruiter who also worked for YouTube's parent company, Google. Now will Berg claims that last spring YouTube recruiters Were instructed to only interview female black or Hispanic applicants. The suit also says the company told recruiters to purge the applications of anybody not fitting Those categories. Will Berg, a white male says he complained, and when he was ignored, he went to Google management, and shortly after that they fired. Google says This is rubbish that they don't use identity. The higher just merit Now, according to the Wall Street Journal, 69% of Ghouls, employees are men. White and Asian guys account for 91% of the Google staff, and the tech industry has had a big push to diversify. The journal also reports that people familiar with Google and YouTube hiring practices corroborates some of the lawsuit's allegations, including the hiring freeze on white and Asian guys. And YouTube's use of racial quotas. The Journal says the lawsuit threatens to ignite simmering controversy about Silicon Valley's politics and whether it's predominantly liberal ideology is affecting how companies operate.
2 strip clubs can stay open and set own COVID rules, judge rules
"Here's a story making headlines across the country. Couple of strip clubs in San Diego allowed to stay open. Well, just by virtue of the business, there's not a lot of social distancing court ruling allowed San Diego County restaurants and strip clubs to remain open. A Superior Court judge issued that ruling here. CBS eight out of San Diego captured some sound from an attorney, Jason Said duds. Oh, arguing the case for strip clubs to reopen There has not been a single Kobe case that's traceable back to either the plaintiffs establishments. There's no apparent reason. White people cannot gather for live adult entertainment either indoors or outdoors, but they can shop in indoor malls until they drop. We have big box retail stores, grocery stores, airports, Hollywood production houses, cannabis dispensaries, so money other Activities being allowed, but no live adult entertainment. There's an idea and outdoor strip club, Okay, whatever the country you're in, So apparently, the judge's ruling is a little bit confusing to some. This is Chad Klein. He's the co owner of Waterfront Bar and Grill he was talking about whether or not his restaurant could reopen tonight is not really sure, he says. While the kind of says it, restaurants can reopened, But the caveat there. Maybe that someone has to be stripping. Which seems so wild to me, If that's what it takes for us to reopen our business, taking off our clothes, I'll do it. That's Chad Klein. He's the co owner of the waterfront bar and
2 strip clubs can stay open and set own COVID rules, judge rules
"Surprise surprise to to a a lot lot of of people. people. But But San San Diego Diego County County is is suspended suspended the the enforcement enforcement of of restaurant restaurant closures closures following following a a court court ruling ruling involving involving to to strip strip clubs. Superior Court judge issued an injunction prohibiting a season desist order from being enforced on strip clubs in San Diego County businesses with restaurant service County issued a statement saying the state and the county are analyzing the scope of the ruling and discussing the next steps. County Supervisor Jim Desmond spoke with our reporting partner 10 News will have to be seriously still have a virus was still down. Right That way. We can allow people to safely a living. Keep your employees is reported to me. This is this is a great It's a great victory, but you know, we still got most of them. Enough. Don't climb with the buyers Supervisor Nathan Fletcher in a tweet, mocking Desmond, saying he's celebrating Strip club staying open as lack of ICU beds could prevent someone's cancer treatment. Zachary Barnes. KOGO News
Washington D.C.’s eviction filing moratorium doesn’t pass ‘constitutional muster,’ judge rules
"Says says DCs DCs moratorium moratorium on on evictions evictions during during the the city city state state of of emergency emergency for for covert covert 19 19 is is unconstitutional. But in his ruling D. C. Superior Court Judge Anthony Epstein says ending the moratorium will not directly result in any evictions or immediately create a flurry of new cases. The Washington Post reports. The ruling means that hearings in eviction cases can be scheduled as soon as reasonably possible. City State of emergency is set to end at the end of this month. But the City Council voted this week to allow the mayor to extend it to the end of March. Back. In May, the mayor signed an order banning eviction filings for 60 days after the state of emergency ends. Ah
Seattle to cover mayor's legal costs from fighting recall
"Marriage any Durkin that she incurred while fighting a recall petition the state Supreme Court rejected this fall. Here's come on Frank Lindsay. The City Council voted 9 to 0 Monday to pay Durkin's expenses, which are estimated to be $240,000. Before the vote. City Council member Shama Sawant reiterated her differences with Durkin, including over the way Dirk and handled this year's protests. However, this vote is not taking a position on Mir darkens actions. It is about the right to legal representation, and we have to be very careful about the president. That being that has been set for working class elected representatives who simply could not afford large legal expenses, while corporate politicians could easily afford it. Earlier this year recall petitioners contended the mayor had violated an oath of office requiring her to maintain peace and order when police were allowed to use tear gas and other weapons during protests against police brutality and racism. Case cleared initial hurdles in King County Superior Court but was rebuffed by the state Supreme Court, which described the allegations as deeply troubling, but also said that they were insufficient for recall. Frank Lindsay come,
Georgia Supreme Court rejects Trump backed lawsuit that sought to overturn Biden election victory
"I'm hanish eastern in washington georgia state. Supreme court has rejected a lawsuit from the trump campaign and state republicans seeking to overturn the state's presidential election results from member station w. a. b. a moffitt reports lawyers for president trump and the georgia. Gop have continued to claim without proof that massive voter fraud led to joe biden's victory in the state. When the lawsuit was originally filed in early december it was rejected by the fulton county superior court because the paperwork was wrong and the filing fees were missing biden's narrow eleven thousand seven hundred vote win in the presidential contest in georgia was confirmed by statewide hand recount of the ballots followed by a separate recount conducted by scanner for npr news. I'm neil moffitt in atlanta. You're listening to npr news.
FKA Twigs addresses accusations against Shia LaBeouf: 'Never thought something like this would happen to me'
"Young actor accused of abuse, including battery, sexual assault and other forms of musician and actress Talia Deborah Barnett, known as F K twigs, sued her ex Shyla buff for sexual battery assault and emotional abuse in Los Angeles Superior Court that you dated for about a year after meeting on the set of Honey Boy. The suit named another ex, also accusing him F K said she wanted to raise awareness on the tactics abusers used to control and that someone with money, fame and support can still be made a victim, the actor told the New York Times he is ashamed and sorry and quote. I have no excuses for my alcoholism or aggression on Lee rationalizations. I have been abusive to myself and everyone around me for years.
Seattle's King County criminal courts still conducting business, but mostly online
"In King County courts means it could be years before some people have their cases heard more from comas. Matt Markovich. The real reasons why are twofold One Cove it The second is a 45% increase increase in in the the number number of of criminal criminal cases cases being being filed filed in in King King County. County. Now Now that that judges judges in in the the Superior Superior Court Court are are doing doing something something using using unusual unusual they're they're doing doing these these virtual virtual trials trials and and the the leading leading not not just the county, but they're leading The nation's amount of virtual trials they're doing now, according to presiding Judge Jim Rogers, King County has done more virtual trials than any other county in the country. 70 jury 150 bench or non jury trials, the judge in the staff there in the courtroom while the attorneys, the witnesses, and the members of the jury are all at home in one big zoom meeting. Still, those numbers are nothing compared to the backlog of cases will have a backlog by the end of the month about 7000 felony cases, and typically, we carry about a 3000. Case backlog. The backlog in criminal is up here two year 2019 to 2020 about 45% in criminal. It's a gigantic backlog, and that is where we feel The pain the most In county, like many others across the state, has suspended in person trials until at least early next year. Ah, much
Seattle - Snohomish County deputy charged with child rape
"Snohomish County Sheriff's deputies accused of rape involving a teenage girl he met online. The Herald says 26 year old Anthony Zias has been charged with third degree rape and was placed on administrative leave in August. Charging papers say Zs met the girl on tinder Where is she used a fake name and claimed to be 19. Documents say she was 14 told police Js gave her alcohol. The rape charge was submitted Friday. Instead, Amish County Superior Court.
Citing COVID-19, Seattle's King County Superior Court suspends in-person jury trials
"Soon for you for King County can county suspending all in person? Jury trials were being told this is a result of the worsening pandemic. That means criminal trials will be delayed until mid January at the earliest. Civil trials, though, are still being held virtually as our other court proceedings. That's almost Jeff Pole. Djula 709 here, a
Bond denied for father, son charged in Ahmaud Arbery slaying
"A Georgia judge denied bond for Gregory in Travis McMichael the father and son charged with murder in the slaying of all mod armory into nine bond Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley referred to concerns over racist messages sent by Travis McMichael and possible attempts to influence the case by former police officer Greg McMichael he says he's concerned the two men took the law into their own hands defense attorneys for the Mike Michaels would argue that they wouldn't flee or pose a threat of further violence Gregory make Michael's defense attorney Laura hope a life well lived of service to his community prosecutors say the McMichael's acted as vigilante is and we're motivated by racist views they showed the judge photos of a home near the shooting scene that was damaged by gunfire prosecutor Jesse Evans grain traffic Michael are a danger to persons property in the community I'm Jennifer king
Judge denies Britney Spears' request to remove father as conservator
"Britney Spears says she will not perform as long as her father has control over her career, Her attorney Sam Ingram, said in court yesterday. Britney is afraid of her father and will not not perform perform if if he he is is in in charge charge of of Los Los Angeles Angeles Superior Superior Court Court judge judge declined declined to to suspend suspend James James Spears Spears from from a a central central role role in in the the conservatorship conservatorship that's that's pretty pretty much much controlled controlled her her life life and career for the last 12 years. The judge did say she would consider future petitions for his suspension. James Spearsattorney defended him, explaining his perfect record in his run as Britney's conservator, which has seen her net worth go from
Tlingit Artefacts Decision, ACA Concerns, and Arizona Voters Mobilized
"This is national native. News Antonio Gonzalez a collection of artifacts from the Clink Frog House clan can continue to be displayed in a Museum that's despite a legal challenge that reached Alaska's highest court as Clare Struggle with K. H. NS reports the State Supreme Court has apparently ended. A decades-old will dispute over control of the cultural treasures. When Frog House clan members disputed the sale of artifacts to a Canadian collector in the nineteen seventies an Alaska. Superior. Court judge ruled that they actually belonged to all members of clones frog. House. The court ordered them placed in the care of clan elders living in the clan's traditional lands on the Upper Lynn Canal. It added a condition, they could only be sold with the unanimous consent of all frog clan members until the safe place was found near cluck won the artifacts would sit in the state museum in Juneau. There they remained for decades. Until last year when the carvings considered masterpieces were returned to quad. But that didn't sit well with some descendants who filed a lawsuit last summer. They argued that by housing the artifacts in the tribes heritage. Center the court had given them to the whole tribe rather than the frog house. Petersburg attorney Fred Trim made case in September that the Jocic one heritage center and Clock One kept the artifacts out of the clans reach. The protests clan members of whom their one hundred and four cannot use the artifacts. Artifacts are locked up in a museum that's not under the control or even. Recently, accessible to the Prague House numbers that the State's Supreme Court justices were unmoved in decision released on October twenty. First, they wrote the lower court had been correct and only exceptional circumstances could overturn the ruling from nineteen seventy eight. The for house posts and a copy of a carped screen are displayed at the joke one heritage sun her and cluck one the center is closed for the season but group to are available by appointment. I'm Clare Trample new. Mexico US Senator Tom Udall spoke on the Senate floor. Monday calling for the protection of Healthcare for native Americans before the Senate confirmation of Judge Amy Conybeare it to the Supreme Court. You'll raise concerns about the future of the affordable care act due to upcoming challenges. Udal says a repeal would devastate Indian country. opened the doors for so many native Americans to access the care they need. Whether it's an unplanned medical emergency or routine wellness checkups and screenings. Access to quality healthcare critical for native communities face disproportionate impacts from the COVID nineteen pandemic. The federal government has a trust and treaty obligation to consult with tribes and to provide native Americans healthcare. The affordable care act permanently reauthorized the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to Ke legal authority for the Indian service and expansion of access to healthcare for native Americans. You'll was among a group of senators and opposition of Barrett's Supreme Court nomination. Racial Equity Groups are hosting a virtual event Tuesday night to mobilize voters in Arizona. A key battleground state the National Congress of American Indians is joining Hispanic Asian. American. Native Hawaiian, and other groups to host the event to discuss voting and a number of issues from Kobe nineteen to racial justice. The event will be streamed on facebook at together we vote a Z.
"superior court" Discussed on WJR 760
"Rarely used where a a Superior Court orders a lower court A. directs the judge to seize the litigation maybe it's worth a try maybe that's worth a try I don't think the department of justice should leave Emmet Sullivan does own devices because he's already demonstrated now that he's incapable of being a judge in this case he's too invested in Obama administration he's too invested in the defeat of Donald Trump is too invested in the destruction of Michael Flynn and he's demonstrated that with his own big mouth in open court and now he's demonstrated again with his own order inherent authority give her an authority that's where liberal judges hiding their inherent authority he had no authority to order that even some of these former federal prosecutors while I kinda does because they believe the judges are are omnipotent even though they can be wrong and evil I don't believe they are that's gonna Marty Brooklyn New York the great W. A. B. C. how are you Marty yes you're on alright so general Flynn can win at a hearing on this criminal contempt if it goes forward it'll backfire on John Solomon and this is why the theory of the prosecution from sold and will be that's where the general made his plea allocution he was questioned in court he said yes it's true nobody of course nobody threatened you have to start all those kind of things now when you go to the GDR criminal contempt hearing needs generals defense will be that the truth is that he was coerced and because she was coerced it should be no surprise with who they will question him about his son and his family so that's a good defense I believe to the tune of words that he said in court under the plea allocution I think that so little is just trying to buy time here put on a show I shouldn't call within the two tries this what about all so let me ask you your former federal prosecutor correct state prosecutor let me ask you this morning what about the fact that some informations come out that the court should be very very interested in that further demonstrates the problem here because the prosecution withheld this information it was the Attorney General who who ordered the release of this information after an investigation by the United States Attorney Jensen for the Eastern District of Missouri so they found out how corrupt this was the court should be very concerned about that should not yes Sir I never call anything a ground ball but you arrive the lawyers for a long time I would try this case I don't I don't see how the general loses with all that still the case let let children try the problem is the poor guy Flynn's been already through you know the meat grinder here in this judges really appalling what steps might the department of justice take to deal with this judge file a motion for him to recuse himself at a minimum no he doesn't have to it's up to the judge to recuse himself I know but lay it out there for the next grounded in in in this perhaps anyway go ahead are you I think this shouldn't dial she just challenging challenging to have the hearing and then with the mom hearing if you don't want to hear anyone on appeal how you lose this case with all this still open it was such an obvious ploy in with with bomber having done the dog whistle about perjury right have you ever heard of a judge federal or state opening up a criminal case to make a secure I am also asking a former colleague or friend I should say on the judiciary who was appointed by the same president to file let me guess on whether or not he should dismiss the case and whether or not this defendant should be held in contempt of you ever heard of anything like that well I certainly never did I don't know that much but it just seems like you're truly desperate ploy gynaecologist explained incredibly simple answer to this all right Marty thank you for your call Sir the time that Emmett Soloman really has turned into quite the disgrace shocking shocking I'm saying I I'm I'm unfamiliar with this sort of conduct from a judge but there's a small circle you know these Obama Clinton judges and former prime here's Eric holder on MSNBC last night and this judge Solomon watches all this stuff I guarantee cut three go what we have is a president who is bound and determined to delegitimize those parts of the government they see things pose the greatest threat to him that is the justice department the FBI intelligence community as well he said he says those kinds of things that you just showed from from the rose garden it's all part of a plan to somehow make those institutions weaker so that he can do the kinds of in a list implicit illicit things that he has been he's been doing and he's facilitated by this attorney general's office Tony Jones actually complicit in this by weakening these institutions interchangeable supposed to stand up for the people who work for him and in fact she is doing all he can to weaken the very institutions that updating so what's happening here is all the elements of the former Obama administration and the left whether they be judges former Attorney General former prosecutors former top FBI officials.
"superior court" Discussed on 790 KABC
"In Orange County Superior Court judge has just declined requests for temporary restraining orders that would lift the governor Gavin Newsom's orders to close Orange County beaches as many as three thousand people in downtown Huntington beach protest of those orange county beach closures today no arrests were made a separate protest and counter protest that Ellie city hall brought out hundreds of demonstrators that also had no major incidents the trump administration is unleashing a new weapon in the fight against covert nineteen it's actually an old drug making it considered safe enough to treat patients with severe symptoms of treatment so promising Dr Anthony found she was excited to announce results of an initial study earlier this week president trump posting a sudden event in the oval office I'm pleased to announce that Gilly add now has an easy way from the FDA for ram disappear an important treatment for hospitalize corona virus patients you A. is emergency use authorization Daniel o'day CEO of Gilead pharmaceuticals so we made a decision to donate about one point five million vials of run disappear from disappear has been shown to shorten hospital stays for patients with severe covert nineteen symptoms of Costantini the White House China has not been happy with statements from the U. S. regarding the origination of the corona virus whether it came from my wet market or a Chinese lab correspondent David Culver in Shanghai says Chinese media is speaking out but is not pointing fingers at president trump China's state run media now ramping up its propaganda against the United States taking direct aim at secretary of state Mike Pompeii L. this week a near daily CCTV commentary attacks Pompeii for calling out China's mishandling of the corona virus one saying he is turning himself to be the enemy of humankind by spreading a political virus KBC sports the loss of sports during the corona virus pandemic will cost twelve billion dollars in lost revenue according to ESPN that's sports on the home of the USC Trojans rough day on Wall Street all the major indexes closed.
"superior court" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Lawsuit was filed this week in LA Superior Court the woman is asking for unspecified damages is five we have traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five here's Jeff thanks well as we wrap up this Saturday night it's all about the Caltrans work Caltrans taking advantage of the lighter freeways and also try to wrap things up here in the month of April the big ones going on in the valley northbound and southbound four oh five in both directions the right three lanes are closed between Sherman way and Roscoe also in commerce two lanes are closed on northbound seven ten from Atlantic band you needed the five this is for pavement rehabilitation and then on the southbound side of the seventy three lanes are closed from the five to Atlantic van Deanie the southbound five connector to the south bend seven ten that's completely closed until Monday morning and then in el Monte on both sides of the sixty freeway three lanes are closed between Rosemead Boulevard in Finley Avenue couple of other problems they've cleared that incident in Hawthorne the one oh five west bound and Vermont that was a solo car spin out it was blocking the slow lane and still are trying to figure out in San Fernando to ten westbound connector the one eighteen reports of a large bag in one of the left lanes the CHP is take a look try to fight it and they want to get it off the freeway and export coming up at twelve oh five I'm Jeff Biggs with more traffic reports more often K. next ten seventy newsradio overnight lows forties and fifties tomorrow mid to upper sixties and this can get hot by the end of the week long beach right now.
"superior court" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Tipping of that scale either way and you have to have that facility judge. You have to have it so I would love to attract I would. I would love to win this campaign so I can begin to be come the change but I would love to attract people to the bench and I may if I win and become a judge I may go out there and start looking for those people who are like minded and encourage them to run to be judged because they're they're they're the good people you know. They're the kind of people you want to see their to commit to that kind of Khimik service to do it. So this episodes coming out right before your election term very excited about so you're in La and you are listening to this. Please go and vote Tom. Parsegian foresee one fifty but as we talked about earlier. A lot of people don't really know how to do this kind of local research. Maybe maybe don't pay much attention to the smaller elections. Do you have a message for any of those people who maybe weren't planning on showing up on March third you about the impact of these things. Well the impact is tremendous first of all everyone. I think I mentioned way earlier on about this sense of despair that sometimes people have a loss of hope or or whatnot and I tell people don't despair don't lose hope because the way that you feel better about it is to use the power of your vote that the voting power is the most important treasured protected. Power that you have you have to exercise. It don't think I have something else to do or it's too difficult to look into this. You've got to exercise your vote because it's the only way we can make this change so as far as the judges go. There are ways you can do that. I know there's not much time. Certainly him with love for you to come. Vote for me and see one fifty but there are also. You'll see other judges on the ballot. So how'd you find out about go to the websites of these people? See what they stand for. And it's very easy because if you just take their name and you can go online and find out. Who's running for judge? You can look at it and he sample ballot and you can put their name in a Google search. And you'll see let's say their name is Smith. I guarantee you. It'LL BE SMITH FOR JUDGE DOT COM. Or something you know and Google will get you there and you can find out who are these people or their backgrounds you know. What do they think? And by the way who were they supported by? I mean I'm so proud to be supported by so many great organizations around this county like stonewall Democratic Club is you know has endorsed me you know. I mean that's a particular group particular organization that represents a certain group of people who really have a needs for people to have empathy. And have you know? Understand People's trials and tribulations in day-to-day life you know or you know here in in l. a. m you endorsed by the Democratic Party well I also got a qualified rating from the La County Bar Association Weisan important. And why is that? Something should look into you know go to La County bar website and find out how people were rated by them. Why is an important because the way you get a rating is so hard? It's so deep you have to submit seventy five references of judges that you've worked with have been in court with of opposing counsel of co-counsel of clients that you represented maybe experts that you've used people that you've used or come in front of in your work as a lawyer. Not Seven seventy five and they follow up by serving every one of the seventy five people and they call them on the phone the interview them so it's a deep deep vetting process so one of the things that simple things that people can do is if you see a list of candidates for judge and you. WanNa find out go to the county Bar Association. See how they rated them as qualified or well-qualified or possibly not qualified. There are some candidates who get that rating. And and then you take that into account. Yeah in something I think is so amazing is that Los Angeles County is actually larger in population than forty two entire states in our region. So the judges here in La County need to be able to handle a lot. Yes La County. Superior Court is the largest and most complex trial court in the United States of America are county as you said is bigger than forty two whole states so being a judge in this court is critically important You want good people on the bench. And by the way California leads the way in terms of its law states. Follow our decisions so when we set precedent here in California? Yes precedent here in California but it's also followed by other states so yeah which is a big important county and can you kind of walk us through the role the role of a judge would yeah the role of a judge here in La County. What will what will that look like for you? Yeah so for me the way it works and I'm really proud by the way talking about endorsements this is kind of a proud when it's nonpolitical. I've been endorsed by the presiding judge. Kevin Brazil who is the chief runs the whole court system at so cool. I know and and the assistant presiding judge who's going to become the presiding judge because there's two year terms next January so I've gotten the endorsement of both chief and assistant chief and the reason I bring that up is because Kevin Brazil who's the president presiding judge is the first African American presiding judge in the history of Los Angeles County Spirit Court and he's a wonderful brilliant judge educated. Ucla law but he's more than that. He's my kind of guy he's he's one of those people that has that deep empathy for people. He's a real If you met him he just is a Just what one of the people you meet and you just know his character integrity and empathy. So he's he's endorsed. May and the reason I bring him up to answer your question there. The people who make the decision as to where you're put so if you win and you're now going to be a judge of the entire county you have the jurisdiction of this. Whole County of eleven million people and all these courtrooms. Where does the judge Chief Judge Here the presiding judge place you. Well they take a lot of things into account. Of course. It's going to be your years of experience. In how long have you been doing this fifteen years or thirty years? What is your background? You knows your background and complex litigation or some other kind or is your background as a prosecutor. You've been doing only prosecuting his district attorney. And that's your area so they take those things into account and hopefully as I crossed my fingers. They take into account where you physically live because how how easy is it. Nellie traffic to get to the courthouse. You're GONNA be so. Yeah the commute so for me. I cross my fingers and pray that I get assigned to the central which is downtown. What's called the mosque Stanley? Mosk courthouse. Because I could actually take subway from my house to court. As I've told people to be quote judge on the train to court I want to be able to take public transportation to court every day and I would be so thrilled to do that. You know and it's wonderful because most people in La don't even know that we have subways. But we do. And I take them whenever I can. So you know there he would assign to the courts and then my role would be as a trial. Judge making decisions You know whether it's in front of a jury myself alone which is a bench trial or a jury trial for whatever comes into court and I can tell you that they can assign you to do anything. It's up to the presiding judge. You can be doing criminal courts civil courts family courts. Yeah they can put you anywhere so you could be handling anything. And now that's true for judges around the country correct anyone who's running for a as a superior court trial court trial court okay. So when we're talking about these different judgeships and you know you mentioned where where to go and what to look at here in L. A. County but likewise anyone in any state or county should be able to look up. Who's running for judge in this next election and then you would just recommend that they go on Google their records and and look for who in their court system or has endorsed them. Those would be the nation's they should yes I think they should go to their local county that counties Bar Association Bar Association website. Okay right now. It's not you know there's so many counties in the United States right not every county may follow this system but they most should if it's not the county bar it could be the state bar. Okay they could have a similar and then check the state yes to see. If they've done a rating of those judges have have. They brought them in for a deep vetting process and then determined what they think about that particular candidate. That's one way to go then. The next way to go is to look on Google. Their name find out because everyone sets up a website. Find out what they're thinking is because they're going to have on that website. What their view of the world is how they view things. You're GonNa get a quick sense of what kind of person this is that wants to be on the bench making these critical decisions and then the third level is who's endorsing them who's backing them up. What kind of people are they supporting them? Because that's going to give you another sense. So that's my to voters across the country. Greedier Google person go to the local county bar or the state bar find that they've been rated find out what their rating is and then look at who's endorsing them and then look on their website to find out what kind of people these are. And please do that. Because these people are going to end up making decisions in this courtroom that you might end up standing in Yep and you want these people to be fair minded people who render and administer equal and fair justice to everybody no matter their circumstance or background and thank you. Those action items are so hopefully. I love being able to give listeners specifics. I think it's important to to your point. This could just take a little a couple of minutes on an afternoon. You could spend ten twenty thirty minutes if you got really fascinated about something. Somebody may have you know. Put up it. It's not gonNA take days but but a little bit will really go a long way here and and for anyone listening here in La County. Your website is.
"superior court" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"And I tell people that I never saw them argue now when I tell people that they say oh well that that means. They argued behind closed doors. Or that's not possible. Or that's the I've had people tell me that's not healthy. That can't be right or what whatnot? But it's not that these two people sometimes to stars come together from the sky and there was some destiny there and whatever. The long term plan was for them to come together. It happened and that just in my life there was just tremendous love between them and it wasn't a fake kind of insincere love. I mean this is true I mean it was just always there and there was just no friction so they got along so well they saw is just on everything. They loved being together. They love traveling together. They loved each other's company so they love traveling with friends but they love traveling together alone as well because they loved each other's company so the House I grew up in was that kind of household. Some people say well Tom. That was unrealistic household. Grow Up and you couldn't possibly match that but been married for thirty five years and I feel the same way about my wife and I you know I just can happen and can be done But I think you know to answer your question. My mom set that kind of feeling in our house with our kids growing up and and was just a great home to to be in as cool. Do you think that from an early age? You had an inkling you wanted to follow in your dad's footsteps it's interesting. I had two pets. I had the path by academic path. you know through high school. I was doing well and I ended up studying undergraduate at Harvard University before being out of school for two years in between When I was on a soap opera in New York. So you're wondering no but it's true. I can tell you because I was doing plays in high school and that was I was doing well but then I was also in the arts and for some reason in this country never the Twain shall meet. I don't know what it is about our culture. You know you go to Europe. And the arts are so encouraged by the the government you know. They're encouraged France or whatever it is you know they they encourage the arts here. They do but not really. I mean it's like you know you have to have private foundations helped fund the arts and whatnot and there's kind of a concept of feeling. I think here now that we're talking about the arts. I'll just tell you you know it's kind of like well you're just going to. We're not going to regard you as an artist until you make it quote unquote you know. That's not so true elsewhere. Here you get that feeling so being in the arts which I was in high school and also doing Academically was too divergent paths. That it was not something it was something. I had to make a decision so I got into a really good college and there. I was studying up there but I was still doing. Plays and I was doing a play in Boston. And somebody saw me and one thing led to another and the next thing I know being signed by the William Morris Agency in New York and thought what do I do so I took a leave of absence to see where that would go and within a couple of months. I was on one life to live which is ABC soap. And at that time this was nineteen seventy nine so barbara's were really big. They were the Vegas they were the biggest and ABC was huge. And I think our show is like number three and I think there were twelve soaps at the time most were in New York and so we were shooting there in New York and I did that for for a couple of years and then because I promised my grandfather the one who worked in coal mines who said to me. Promise me that you'll go to college and finish and I promised that I would. I could not go back on that. So when my contract came up on one life to live I dropped everything and went back. I transferred to Columbia University. So we're GONNA be in your and that's where I finished my degree because my promise to my grandfather and so I did that I went to study at Oxford University on Scholarship. I had written an essay on Virginia. Woolf a little known book that she wrote called the waves I mean most people know to the lighthouse. Mrs Dalloway and all the things that you get on your syllabus in college but there's some more obscure writings of hers That are really brilliant. Virginia Woolf was the kind of the original stream of consciousness writer before William Faulkner in this country and took up the mantle of stream of consciousness writing. She wrote a book called.
"superior court" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"So for listeners at home Tom. Persecution is one of the dads in my friend group and also happens to be running for judge here in twenty twenty in Los Angeles County and you're one of my favorite people to have a holiday party with and also talk about the state of the union with and I'm just really excited that we get to unpack all of this stuff today. Really happy to be here so you and I first map because your daughter Lauren is one of my best friends and I remember the first time I came over for football Sunday at at your house. You and your wife Deb and you guys are just the most gracious hosts always and you know even as a pack of kids who are now adults. Some of whom have kids of their own. We love coming home to hang with. You guys are beautiful granddaughter. God's she's just the cutest stories of best in something that was really really special this summer. We might myself and Aaron. Your son-in-law and Lauren and our friend Michelle and Brian whole whole bunch of really lovely. Humans helped throw a sort of kickoff event for your campaign and it was so specialty. Here everyone telling stories about you know their relationship to you in their relationship to your family and all of this sort of really beautiful personal stuff and we got to talk about why judge ships are so important and what. We should really be aware of going into this election. Years about how the judges that are in these court systems around the country really help to determine the law not just for their city or their state but but really of how legal landscape looks at America and it was such a cool learning experience for me. And that's why I wanted you to come and talk to everyone. Who's listening to the podcast? I'm so happy to have a discussion about this particular subject. Because you're absolutely right. You know when people go into the election booth the one thing they are really foggy about is when they get to the slate of judicial candidates. They don't know who they are. They don't know what their background is. And the either. Don't vote at all or they might vote because somebody has an interesting looking name. Or what have you? I mean I've actually heard voters tell me that but the one thing they don't know really is what to do and we've tried to run a campaign to inform voters about judicial elections. Because you're absolutely right. They affect you know politicians WHO RUN FOR ELECTIVE OFFICE. They come and go. Some of them have term limits. They they have to by law others when they retire. Or what have you? But they come and go. Judges are on the bench forever whether or not there on the federal bench where they're pointed and then confirmed they're there for life but even in State Court. You have a judge on the Superior Court sitting for a term of six years but rarely if ever does a sitting incumbent judge ever get elected out of office. It just doesn't happen so they're really almost lifetime appointments as well and judges make decisions that affect. People's Day today lives and I tell people you know in Congress or in their state legislatures they pass laws and they affect people's lives but judges interpret the law. So when there's a dispute about something hey the final word is in the judiciary so if the House of Representatives is in a fight with the Senate or what have you about something or whether people are challenging a state pass law or a federal pass law at the end of the day they get the final word in the judiciary and really. That's what upholds the power in this stability in our government is that we have a place a final place out of the three co equal branches of government where you can go to get the final word and that word becomes the law because they're interpreting the law and they're telling you what the law is and so they decisions that they make are so profound. I call the Superior Court where it which is a trial court the Court of consequence because it's where people get decisions judgments that affect them so profoundly. It's so consequential you know so. It can affect their personal freedom so somebody's standing before you. There's a judge sitting on the bench one person and he or she is going to make a decision that could affect this person's very liberty or they could be making a decision that could affect their financial security and a profound way could be a a way that's almost desposited of their security financial security It could affect the reputation those kinds of decisions. It could affect their family relationships. All these things happened in a courtroom and it's not a panel of people. It's a trial judge that sitting in judgment and those Judges even when there's a jury there have tremendous effect on the jury by the decisions that they make during a trial proceeding. Because the jury's you know have trust in the judge and they can lead juries thinking a little bit of a way and so those decisions even with the jury are going to have a profound effect on the people standing before a judge in the courtroom. So what I tell. People is think about this when you go to vote in any given election. You're voting for somebody running for president eroding. Somebody running for governor or whatever it may be but a judge that person may affect you directly because the first time you ever have a brush up against the law or involved in any legal proceeding could be standing in a trial court. A some people may only get there for traffic court and never see a courtroom again but people end up in courtrooms and it's kind of scary for them because there's a lot on the line so you WanNa put people on the bench that have empathy and understanding and one of the things. I tell people when I speak is. There's a difference between empathy and sympathy. I mean sympathy is where you feel. Sorry for somebody. Empathy means you've been there. You feel you know what they're going through and I really think it's critically important. The judges have experience life experience. I think sometimes even at the federal benches well judges that are appointed or elected need to have some years under their belt. I always get concerned when I see somebody a little bit too young and ending up on the bench not because they may not have the intellectual capacity or the innate tools that they need but you do need to live life see people to experience even travel getting to see different cultures around the world. You need to be around a little bit. So that when you're sitting on the bench and you're making a determination about whether a witness is telling the truth or not and judges do that. They make determinations on whether a particular testimony is truthful. They do findings of fact. And they make determinations like that. You want that judge to be empathetic to be until intelligence. Certainly to have lived a little bit. They understand life experiences so that is something that makes me so curious. Because you've come to this place in your life where you realize that that adage if not us then who really rings true for you and I'm curious about the beginning you know how how we got here because you are an incredibly empathetic and incredibly intellectual person who does have so much experience under your belt but before we get into why. You're running I. I'm curious where did it all start can? Can you tell us where you grew up? Yeah I I grew up in New Jersey. I was the son of a wonderful man. My father who passed away twelve years ago he was such a beloved public servant. This was the highly decorated World War combat veteran. He was. He was the real deal. My Dad he at the age of twenty one and I think about that I have three children have a son who's twenty six and I think about somebody who's even five years younger than that in one thousand nine hundred forty two. He enlisted in the Army Air Corps because they didn't have an air force at the time it was part of the army and he became a pilot and navigator and Obama. Dear all wrapped in one. He trained you know all over this country before going overseas and then he was stationed in Okinawa and he remained there for two and a half years because he actually didn't come back until nineteen forty six because he was on the occupying force to keep the peace so he was in the war for a long time. He was a combat veteran his forward squadrons. These flights of of of fliers would go out on these dangerous missions. Where sometimes a third of them would not return and he was leading them because he was became an officer leading these forward squadrons in battle and bronze stars Multiple have all his records. He has an incredible career fighting for this country and came back From that I a different person In terms of you know when you give your life for the country like that and fight and see life and death you know over and over again for years. He came back and wanted to commit himself to public service. So I grew up in New Jersey in a household where I had a father who came from that background. He was born in Nineteen twenty one. He grew up during the depression and he was the child of refugees. My grandparents were from Armenia and they escaped the Armenian massacre of Nineteen fifteen to nineteen twenty the Ottoman Empire massacre which by the way incredibly. I'm running for judge in seat number one fifty one five zero and why that means a lot to me is call it. Kismet. Because I'm running and seat one fifty and the US Senate just passed resolution. One fifty recognizing the Armenian genocide a month ago. And this happened after I was placed into seat one fifty and I. It's just one of those things about whether you believe in numbers and how they affect things in life you know. That number was so impactful. I got a call. The next day from a sitting judge here in Los Angeles who was born in Armenia has an incredible background Getting herself to this country in her education and whatnot and she's a judge here in L. A. And she called me and she was emotional. Because I'm running and seat number one. Fifty and resolution one fifty just passed for the first time recognizing. The Armenian genocide occurred happened at all. And it's been a long fight for their media community to To get that recognition. And it's important. Yeah incredibly important to honor what communities have gone through and and it strikes me as so I mean moving really that your you know your father enlisted to fight against a genocide that was happening during World War Two to fight against what was being done to the Jews and that you come from this heritage of having escaped the genocide of your own people an incredibly Hitler and he wrote this down. It's not anecdotal when he tried to rationalize what he was going to do which was tried to exterminator race of people that being the Jewish culture at an raised at that time that a he said whoever remember the Armenian genocide. Yeah he actually wrote that. That's in history. So he used Air Menia massacre which was at one and a half million. Armenians were killed. They were marched out into the desert. Men and boys were separated from their mothers and daughters and they were summarily executed tortured. Murdered it if you read the history. It's it's it's very hard to even talk about my. My grandparents were from the cities of him and Dick Ron geared which are two cities which are now in eastern Turkey but at the time were western Armenia. There were particularly hard hit. I mean really just tremendous atrocities so Hitler looked back on that and said Oh that happened. Were you know? Now we're what twenty years later? Or what have you? And and he went about trying to exterminate You know a race based on that history so to have it not be recognized in this country that it even existed was something that the the Community Armenian community fought for and I will say. I'm really thrilled. That both the House in resolution two ninety six and then the Senate by unanimous consent which means there were no objections. And that's a by bipartisan. I think is fifty three forty seven right now. Republican that Senate passed unanimously resolution. One fifty to recognize Meena genocide. So my father yes he said you know is..
"superior court" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Hi Everyone Sophia. Bush here welcomed a work in progress where I talked to people who inspire me about how they got to where they are and where. They think they're still going whip smarties. We are releasing a special bonus episode today because there is a major election on Tuesday march. Third have you heard people talking about Super Tuesday? That's what's up and to my Los Angeles Friends. We need you all to vote. If you're not in la you should check to see what local elections are coming up for you because they really really matter and they matter especially when it comes to selecting our judges guys which brings me to today's special guest. Tom Par seekin. Who is running for? La Superior Court judge. He's bright. He's honest he has deep integrity and over thirty years of experience that would make such a valuable and much needed addition to our judicial system. We need people like him to be part of OUR GOVERNMENT. So take a listen. Find out how we got to know each other. Why he's such an amazing guy and then get out to the polls invokes.
"superior court" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"A San Diego Superior Court judge ruled that owners and operators of a pornographic website twenty two women twelve point seven million dollars for fraud after lying to them about where the videos would be distributed and eating them into making them Michael Pratt and Matthew Willis owners of the website girls do porn were among the thirteen defendants the judge the women would retain the ownership rights to their images that appear on the videos he also ordered the owners to take down the videos from their site and other sites on the internet the lawsuit accused the dependence of taking advantage of women in financially vulnerable situation and took calculated steps to falsely assured the models that their videos would never be posted online instead the videos were posted on their website and many other popular free service points right after when the team is back in court in the state Tim Burke explains a Texas man who used after Wednesday as his defense at a trial for killing four people while driving drunk was arrested on Thursday after authorities say he violated the terms of his probation you think college was booked into a fort worth Texas jail after he tested positive for marijuana cultures attorneys say their client has been intensely monitored for alcohol in a legal substance use for more than twenty months and has never been positive for the use of any substance before for USA radio news on when he came Greece is cheap airfare custom fortune Paris not much closer and again airfare what about poor Antonia let's face it flying anywhere is just too expensive wait what's best low cost airline with one call to low cost airline you'll drastically slash your travel costs we're talking insanely low airline prices to any of your favorite.
"superior court" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Reaction was brief and direct good for him police are investigating but do not believe there is a second suspect one of six Canadian man charged in a grandparent scam going to prison he's also been ordered to repay its victim give minute just canning five elderly people here in southern California out of nearly forty seven thousand Bucks his name is a meal come Alden he pleaded guilty in this case for being part of a large boiler room operation based in Canada calls were made to elderly people here in the LA area the callers claiming to be grand kids in an emergency needing an immediate wire transfer the royal Canadian police the FBI they busted this group six people in total back in twenty thirteen commode and did plead guilty just sentenced to thirty three months in federal prison the two alleged ringleaders are fighting their charges and they face trial in December prosecutors say this boiler room scam to more than a half million dollars from at least eighty victims Craig figure can extend seventy newsradio Roman Polanski has dropped is request at the entire LA county Superior Court bench disqualify itself in his hearing to regain his membership to the motion picture academy the director's attorney had were question the impartiality of all the judges but now he says that the Superior Court is in the best position to correct what he calls an historical and moral era Pulaski was expelled from the academy of twenty eighteen the Oscar winner fled the country in nineteen seventy eight after being charged with statutory rape it's two twenty five year money **** giant Nike dropping a sponsorship deal it had with the troubled New England Patriots receiver Antonio brown that's amid accusations of sexual assault from several victims kitchens United of Pasadena start up that was backed by Google it operates shared commercial kitchens just raised another forty million dollars in funding from different investors. this will help but open up new outlets in New York City gunmaker cult is suspending production of rifles for civilians that includes the high powered semi automatic A. R. fifteen assault rifle saying there's enough of them out there already now cold will still make them for the military and law enforcement and says this is a business decision not a political one well thanks mostly to lower mortgage rates and more Americans working existing home sales in August shot up by the most in nearly a year and a half of one point three percent on Wall Street today stocks began higher but they turned lower on some mixed signals about the prospects for US trade deal with China by the close the Dow was down fifty two points the nasdaq up five the S. and P..
"superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Suffolk Superior Court right now we're standing by for Kim's live updates well we've all seen it over the years over high trucks smacking into a bridge out on store drive those two tall trucks are storing WBZ's Carl Stevens tells us there's new technology designed to address the problem in there trying it out in Westchester county New York the bridge on the Hutchinson river parkway in New York has been smacked time and again over the years by trucks that are just too tall to Westchester county executive George Latimer says they're using technology the flashes a beam of light across the road if a vehicle is a certain height he hits the light and triggers a sign and instructs the vehicle to get off the road or it's gonna smack into a bridge ultimately we reduce the number of great strikes at this particular bridge fairly dramatically in the hope of absolute success as well he says we'd really like to see is for GPS on people's phones to alert drivers to low bridges ahead that would make a difference for them in Westchester county and for us here which store Dr Carl Stevens W. B.. Boston's news ready three oh three on WBZ let's hit the road with Mike and the updated super retailers up knowing land all wheel drive traffic on the three is if you would Michael here we go Laurie the afternoon rush is underway one twenty eight north now slow going winter street up to Lexington ninety three north really isn't too bad getting out of the city the delays are up in Wilmington route one twenty nine way a pass through one twenty five that's a few miles route three north some stop and go getting by route sixty two again a past Concord road were one not bad it's sluggish up past Linville parkway all the expressway south bound not good crawling from the tunnel down towards the gas tank you're back in it by furnace brook parkway northbound delays of course granted have a past deposit circle than approaching the tunnel one twenty eight south installed a route nine down past Thailand to have and then ninety three is slow both ways getting three twenty four ninety five south crawling through Sharon there was an earlier break down in a bad spot by route one it's the leftover back up there downtown the lower decks off to a pretty good start but the Tobin bridge outbound backed up with that lane closure electric connectors slow both wastrel drive east almost back to mass have both connector titles are backed up inside and the usual delays on the mass pike from Allston Brighton ultra Newton corner miking WBZ's traffic on the three we'll check back with Mike in less than ten minutes clouding up out there a chance of showers overnight especially toward dawn tomorrow and then tomorrow is going to be hot and humid and rainy maybe even a thunderstorm all that's new.
"superior court" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"In the Pennsylvania Superior Court I'm Christine Joe Hanson in sports fills manager gave Kapler talked about questionable managerial decisions he made in yesterday's loss to the Reds at sixty seven degrees of the broadcast centre plow they were headed to seventy with some showers on the way good morning I'm Brendan bro and I'm Carol mackenzie our top story at five thirty one tracking door you know the latest from KYW newsradio hurricane Dorian is pounding the coast of North Carolina right now now it's been downgraded to a category one hurricane but that still means dangerous conditions as a storms hi hugs the coast. I in category one hurricane still cable lots of damage trees powerlines and special pushing water in one along the coastal areas so we don't want people to take their own the card right now. officials in North Carolina say flooding is a major concern there the same can be said for South Carolina correspondent Jim crystal light is in north myrtle beach and he says flooding there's an ongoing threat there are widespread power outages street closures and some damage from tornadoes spawned by hurricane Dorian flooding is also a big threat or a county emergency management director Randy Webster NY should just be cautious right now they understand what roads typically do flood if that happens or whatever is that we get isolated parts of eastern North Carolina could see a foot and a half of rain from Doria now there are been five storm related deaths in the US in the Bahamas the death toll has risen to thirty but US officials expect that number to grow as recovery efforts continue. thirty two traffic and weather on the Tuesday sponsored by window nation by two windows get two free visit window nation dot com more Brian we get a free branded the the road racer running free right now.
"superior court" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"And told the Superior Court panel that the only witness called during the rapper's bench trial in two thousand nine is a retired for the cop Reginald Graham and they say he lied under oath and therefore the conviction should be null and void a prosecutor with the city's district attorney's office agreed and spent less than ten minutes reaffirming the defense's case something not often seen in a court room saying that if meek mill got a new trial they would not call Graham as a witness the entire proceeding lasted about a half an hour meek mill left without giving a call I'm into the media but a spokesman says they anticipated decision within three to six weeks in center city Kristin Johannsen KYW newsradio and in Chicago a court hearing did not go very well for Grammy Award winning singer R. Kelly for Spondon see casting down reports bail was denied R. Kelly remains in custody in Chicago after the federal judge ruled against granting him bail in Chicago the federal indictment accuses him of producing child **** and witness tampering televangelist brought to New York where he faces a separate indictment with multiple counts of racketeering sex trafficking and sexual abuse of a child prosecutors argued that Kelly is a danger to the community and he's also a flight risk Kelly said nothing at the hearing other than yes Sir when asked if he understood the charges and it's going to be hot very hot the next several days officials in Philadelphia have declared a code red cooling centers are open for the homeless and you must either bring your dog inside or provide some shade and.
"superior court" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Times a Superior Court, Judge recently appointed investigator to scrutinize, the settlement recent 2017, and a class action lawsuit filed by customers who were overcharged Jamie court is the president of consumer watchdog, and he believes the problems or far from over. Sern doesn't understand that this right to talk frankly, that includes his office Garcetti is nominated DWP chief operating officer, Marty Adams to replace. Right. That also concerns court pointing another DWP insider, however, isn't gonna help what we need to do a fresh start. Right. Plans to leave the DWP on October. First, a new state Bill proposed by lawmaker from Berkeley would allow those with prior felony convictions to serve on juries has passed the California state Senate the intent is to ensure the jury's represent a fair cross section of the state's communities, but Laurie Levenson professor of law. At loyalty, university, says prosecutors across the state opposed. Nerve allowing former felons on jury those people will just automatically vote not guilty. But in the jury selection process, prosecutors will get a chance to argue to the judge is biased juror. Bill makes no distinction between violent and nonviolent offenders, it's two twenty time your money. Google is the dominant search engine, but for Microsoft being means to team in the last year or so being generated seven and a half billion dollars of search advertising, revenue, it's not Google. But that's three times the ad sales. That Twitter rings in every year and Bloomberg columnists zero day says being also brings in more money than linked in or surface. Computers thing will never be Google. But microsoft's. Okay with that. They're not trying to make being this huge market share web search engine. But they have hundreds of millions of people using windows computers, using Microsoft Office. So. If you use that little search bar, you're using being a deal with Verizon also makes being ailing Yahoos. Default search engine. So, again, those replaces where being picks up high-value searches and can make money from those Microsoft, decelerating beings, tenth birthday. It was launched by them, CEO Steve bommer in two thousand nine from Bloomberg business. I Nate drian, Mitchell for KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Newsbreaks. No, I download the radio dot com app and favourite Kennex today where everywhere you are to twenty two.
"superior court" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"North Carolina. Superior Court Judge has set a hearing date and Mark Harris Harris's lawsuit asking to certify the results of the ninth district congressional election, which Harris leads democrat, Dan mccready by about nine hundred votes. The hearing is set for January twenty seconds Bank of America turned in profits too close. Two thousand eighteen WBZ's Brett Jensen with the numbers. It was a record fourth quarter for Bank of America as the Charlotte based Bank released its earnings report Wednesday morning, be evasive. Quarterly profit triple to a record seven point three billion dollars. Thanks to strong activity in all of its sectors, including an increase in loans, consumer banking business and its net interest income as a result, the nation's second largest Bank had its shares earn ten cents more than expected and had its revenue up more than three hundred million dollars than initially anticipated BFA shares rose more than seven percent in two thousand eighteen and has recovered from the massive losses in December which saw its stock points. Some thirteen percent Brent Jensen WBZ news Panthers owner David Tepper sat down with several reporters yesterday and spoke about a variety of topics when it comes to quarterback Cam Newton shoulder injury. Temper says the hope is that he will be healthy, but it's important to keep their options. Open Newton missed the last two games of the season due to shoulder issues that he struggled with all year. Eric Spanneberg was one of the reporters spoke with Tepper and tells WBZ. Morning news. What is takeaway was about tempers comments about Newton what I took away? Was he wasn't really committing publicly to take the position one way or another yet on what we'll do in twenty nineteen in terms of how severe the injury may. Or may not be de process plans to build a practice bubble on the team's current practice fields before next season while exploring other more permanent practice facility options, possibly south of the border in South Carolina. British Prime Minister Theresa may trying to hang on as that country's leader. The no confidence vote took full it by opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn Comey. No doubt that this is indeed is on be coming after Prime Minister Theresa May's administration suffered the heaviest toddler mentally defeat on record tons for Brexit. The prime minister urging lawmakers to reject ousting her deepen division when we need. Chaos than we need certainty devote to follow later in London, Simon Owen, Fox News house speaker Nancy Pelosi has asked President Trump to postpone his state of the union address to the nation set for January twenty ninth until the government reopens. Pelosi says the partial shutdown is raising concerns about security preparations for the speech. She notes that the secret service and department of homeland security have been without funding for almost four weeks. A number of US troops were killed in an explosion while conducting a routine patrol in Syria today, an attack that came less than a month. After President Trump announced his intention to withdraw troops from the country. The Islamic state group claimed responsibility for the morning attack. Which local groups said killed sixteen people in the US patrol town of man beach. US officials have not yet said how many American service members were killed or wounded WBZ money watched the Internal Revenue Service is recalling about forty six thousand employees furloughed by the government shutdown. Nearly sixty percent of its workforce they will handle tax returns and pay out refunds, but the employee's will not be paid with the official start of the tax filing season. Coming January twenty eighth. The Trump administration has promised the taxpayers owed refunds will be paid on time. Despite the shutdown on Wall Street, the Dow is up one hundred sixty seven points at twenty four thousand to thirty two NASDAQ up twenty two s and p five hundred is ahead twelve at WBZ. We lead local I'm Chad Bauer. WBZ news, the.
"superior court" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"By Anderson and news and, talk thirteen eighty w. a. okay Won't to, keep reminding you early. Voting was underway I think the last. Day was Saturday though so now you gotta do like. Me I didn't go I'm gonna just go. To the polls early Saturday There's a. Couple of judges election there's so few voted early about two three thousand three four. Thousand air and as big as a metropolitan Fulton. County is a metropolitan Atlanta air years don't. Sleep all these judges now y'all concern. About who is. Going to get a poured into the supreme court When we have. A Superior Court Judge in the powers of the Superior Court Judge are almost unlimited Superior Court Judge can sentence you to life or death they can let you out of jail they can. Take your children away I. Mean it's an extraordinarily powerful position And so we got some very important judges races that are, not finish that need to be decided and they are. Almost as important as the supreme. Court nominee, is certainly in Fulton County One. Thing you had to realize now Fulton County we make up over fifty some percentage methods instituted three. Percent of the populace of the county African-amer black and, Brown people, do would have. Fulton County of the twenty, six twenty seven judge they only six or seven mobile black awful That's, awful No what I'm doing when I go to what is just the brother, in here Generally they, operate ankle due date into governor right. Now, but they tell you flat out support Abrahams won't be bay to do it Angle bay to do that one Bastogne record not based on in thank else So don't ask, me I'm trying to, do to don't ask don't it Let me. Tell you why the eye and anybody can I deadwood but, not me Won't be able to do that Looking, at, four four. Eight nine two two. Seven zero three won't come back. We'll tell you what y'all president he went over to Helsinki Finland To meet with Vladimir Putin who. Was about thirty forty minutes late And. President, ran out to meet him like you hit loan loss cousins I this is straight It really is four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three when we come back we'll. Do, a net crops Look, at, the, body because. Putin body that do, in terms of just politics That Putin president Russia walked away with thank you need it You know, really this guy is up I'm telling you If anybody, is, not questioning the veracity. Of his sanity At this point. At the scene is today there's nothing wrong with him does everything wrong with you Four four and. What did I say that when I. Come back I will enumerated in about eight, or nine points the reason. Why this guy is crazy You mean crazy Stuff he said. It was absolutely Four, zero, four eight. Nine two two seven. Zero three his iphone have. Look don't go into place Stay with us it is too much true for Derek..
"superior court" Discussed on Love 860
"Hear something that can be resolved in a ten minute congress sation that's something else that is an easy fix and realistic that odd planned to do as the next superior court judge are you going to be the next superior court you said it all just for leticia your day is that may twenty second early voting is going on now it's currently this this week it is at south to cap mall at the tax commissioners office on memorial drive or the dunwoody library on chamblee dunwoody next week they will have other polling places throughout the county and early voting ends on the eighteenth which is next friday election day is may twenty second i like to hear you say i'm the only letitia the only issue on the ballot thank you very much we go to break right now we missed our last break but we'll make up for ladies and gentlemen thank you for listening we wish you the best thank you and you know you have my vote i'll be out there this is near jackson the experience candidate for dekalb county superior court division seven to succeed judge coursey there are six names on the ballot but only one has done dumb job letitia jackson fair and.
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"It is first time listeners tell us thirty seconds about you in thirty seconds about your business i have pan and ovarian health economic her crime university in delaware and worked on the governor's office earthy back to the university my laugh paid fulltime position was associate director an uh senior economist with moody and uh now run my own business say econ first and econ first the provides market data for medium and smallsized businesses and allow me to also mention dr stapleford has been recognized as an economic expert in the federal district court the delaware supreme court delaware quarter chancery and the delaware superior court you ready to go at folic newcastle county unfolding at the mouth it your story to tell at least today talk john stapleford talk okay an an and ad faint points to pay and hold it colored hair eight is the one who first put me on to the uh newcastle county and this is again just data they come from the financial advisory council of newcastle county and it's there uh general fund financial projections report as of the end of november of known and and stop there just minnows people were aware a defacto stated delaware independent financial organisation or even we fact where i served does a ten or twelve years the city of wilmington but newcastle county also has one of these groups if you would and they've recently put out a report did it get it right so far that's correct the ria and to your compliment to your credit to your word choice what do the numbers say dr stapleford well and again at hand honor.