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Fresh update on "superior court" discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:24 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "superior court" discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Republican candidate for governor Kerry Lake plans to sue Arizona's largest county next week to overturn her election loss, sources familiar with the matter tell time. As the state's election system is beset by turmoil, more than three weeks after election day. Lake, who lost by less than one percentage point to Democrat Katie Hobbs and has refused to concede, can not file her lawsuit under Arizona law until state officials certify the election results. That process will take place on December 5th, when Arizona's governor, Secretary of State, attorney general, and chief justice will validate the election outcome based on official results submitted by the state's 15 counties. In the meantime, lakes legal team has been collecting affidavits from voters who claim they were unable to vote on election day because of problems with tabulator machines and roughly 30% of Maricopa County's vote centers, according to Lake campaign insiders. The equipment problems led to long lines and voter confusion at those polling places. Maricopa county officials have stressed that no voters were denied the right to vote. Anyone who experienced issues with the machines, they said, was able to deposit their ballot in a secure box to be tabulated later. People were still able to vote, said Bill Gates, the chairman of the county's board of supervisors. It was just a matter of maybe not voting in the way they wanted to. Like trails Hobbs by a little more than 17,000 votes. Lakes, lawsuit, sources say, is likely to claim that more than that many voters were disenfranchised by Maricopa's tabulator snafus, which they argue had a disparate impact on Republicans who were more likely to vote in person on election day compared to Democrats, who in recent years have tended to vote early or by Mayo. It's a trend that is due in large part to former president Donald Trump having falsely demonized mail voting as rife with fraud. Like the former news anchor turned politician and tends to ask the Maricopa county superior court to nullify its election and hold it over again. Such a decision would be unprecedented in modern American elections. Some of Lake's top advisers recognize that the chances of a judge ruling in their favor are slim. Courts require proof, a Lake insider tells time. And it's going to be hard to prove. You don't know how many people actually drove to a polling location, looked at the long line and left. You'll never know who decided not to pull in. And that's unfortunate for Carrie. We can just argue comet sense, but that's not evidence in court. It's going to be tough.

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Fresh "Superior Court" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh "Superior Court" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"For president in 2024. He told hundreds of supporters yesterday, he'll make a decision after he leaves office in January. I think you all know that I do care very deeply about this country. And I've never been more concerned about the direction of our nation. Hogan has positioned himself as an alternative to former president Trump, who has already announced that he's running in 2024. Hogan told reporters last night he believes there's no question that support for Donald Trump is eroding in the GOP. A judge declares a mistrial in the rape trial of that 70s show actor Danny Masterson, George telling the judge they were hopelessly deadlocked about the rape allegations after a monthlong trial. A Los Angeles superior court judge had ordered the panel to take Thanksgiving week off and keep on deliberating the 46 year old Masterson was charged with the rape of three women, including a former girlfriend between 2001 and 2003. He claims the acts were all consensual. Coming up on WTO. Fleetwood Mac mourns the death of Christine McVie. I'm Jason fraile. 5 43. There's an economic calamity coming down the tracks that will negatively impact every U.S. household. Unless Congress acts now to stop the rail strike, we talked with Chris John, president and CEO of the American chemistry council, and here's what he had to say about once at stake for the U.S. economy. The only way to prevent an economic train wreck is for Congress to act quickly. Chemicals are needed for virtually every manufacturing process in the country, including automobiles, pharmaceuticals, refining, and semiconductors to name a few. If the rail system shuts down, many chemical plants will start shutting down in a matter of days, and many other important sectors of the economy will soon follow. There's really no time to lose. Congress must step in before the strike occurs. That's why the American chemistry council, along with hundreds of other groups, are calling on policymakers in Washington to stop the rail strike now. Tomorrow may be too late. Paid for by the American chemistry council. This week at Staples, save 60% on, thanks for your business this year. Save 60% on happy holidays, nana. Save 60% on, you are cordially invited. Right now it Staples, you can save

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Danny Masterson's Fate Will Only Be Known After Thanksgiving

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:05 min | Last week

Danny Masterson's Fate Will Only Be Known After Thanksgiving

"I'm very perturbed by this. Danny Masterson. We're not going to discover his fate on those three counts of forcible rape until after Thanksgiving, probably Monday or Tuesday, there was three days of deliberations by the jury, and the town of the deadlock, the deadlock on all three counts. They can't reach unanimous decision and deciding that three days isn't enough to declare a mistrial. The LA superior court judge has sent everybody home for Thanksgiving, the defense team is protesting, and they gave the panel instructions to return on November 28th to start their deliberations again. This is not good if we want this guy locked up. I mean, on some level, it's good because they really want to get to know what they're looking at, but on some level it's been. You know, you always want to slam dunk. Jury came back in two hours. That didn't happen here. But sometimes it feels like we're always waiting for an explosive trial and then nothing happens.

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Arizona county's plan to hand-count ballots blocked by judge

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

Arizona county's plan to hand-count ballots blocked by judge

"Another county planned to hand count every ballot has been blocked in a ruling that's expected to be appealed In Arizona a pima county superior court judge issued a ruling that blocked a plan in cochise county to hand count every ballot instead of just the small sample required by state law to ensure the counting machines are accurate Republican officials ordered the count after making unfounded claims that vote counting machines were untrustworthy supervisor Peggy Judd said many of her constituents believed it was important after an all day hearing Friday the judge agreed with opponents including the county's elected Republican attorney and the election director for Arizona's Secretary of State who both testified that a full hand count of early ballots is illegal under Arizona election law a group called the Arizona alliance for retired Americans and the county's own elections director both argued that the last minute change could cause chaos and potentially delay certification of the election results Judge Casey mcginley says the county board of supervisors overstepped its legal authority I'm Jennifer King

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"superior court" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"superior court" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Bay Area's news station, kcbs, and should see some sun sometime today, but the highs are only going to be in the 50s and 60s, and then The Rain returns tomorrow. Good afternoon. I'm Holly Kwan. Here's what's happening. A hearing for David depart, the man charged with the attempted murder of a House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband, Paul, was held this morning in San Francisco superior court. As Margie schafer reports live on the next steps towards a trial, Margie. Holly two dates have been set in the case against David de pap, a status hearing after Thanksgiving on November 28th, followed by a preliminary hearing before a judge in December. San Francisco district returning Burke Jenkins says they have the evidence to prove to pap committed a crime. That mister Pelosi opened the door, they were both holding a hammer and the police observed mister de pat pull that hammer away and then strike mister Pelosi. That is the most that we're going to say at this point. Our job is not to try this case in the public or in the press. It's to try it in a courtroom. And so at this point, we're going to limit our remarks in that regard. Gelatin Georgie has disclosed that she has worked with House speaker Nancy Pelosi's daughter, Christine Pelosi previously. They were city attorneys together in the 90s, and this offers the opportunity for objection to her hearing the case. And that should happen prior to the hearing itself. So that can be raised at any point prior to any judge hearing the evidence in the case. Suspect, David de Pam has pleaded not guilty and he is being held without bail. Reporting live, Marty schaeffer Casey BS. Thanks, Margie, the day that many Twitter employees have dreaded ever since Elon Musk take over of the company is finally here, as kcbs is Matt bigler reports from outside Twitter headquarters in San Francisco hundreds of tech workers are being laid off in some advertisers are also jumping ship. Under the hashtag one team, Twitter employees are tweeting their final goodbyes, quotes woke up to the sad news that I'm no longer a tweet. Another wrote, I didn't get laid off, feel like vomiting, though, up to half of Twitter's 7500 employees could lose their jobs in the wake of Elon Musk's takeover. Meanwhile, many Twitter users are concerned about how the layoffs will affect content moderation on the social media platform, Larry Roberts wrote chalk messages outside Twitter's headquarters here pleading with Elon Musk to censor hate speech. I feel that social media should be for sharing information not for trolling people and sharing hateful content. That concern is shared by some Twitter advertisers, according to The Wall Street Journal, a growing list of companies, including General Mills, Audi and Pfizer are pulling their ads from Twitter at least for now. Outside Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, Matt bigler. Keep it tuned to us. We'll get deeper into how the layoffs are reverberating throughout the tech world at coming up at one 20. We'll changes are ahead this weekend. You turn back your clocks and get out your rain gear. Jim Taylor reporting live on winter like weather that's arriving, Jim. Holly, we are chatting up national weather service lead forecast for the Bay Area, roger goss. This is the time of year in which we start to get rental systems and weather systems moving through. It's basically the start of our wet season. It's almost like winter is knocking on our door, huh? Yeah, absolutely. And this is kind of just the start of our winter season. Yeah, maybe a little bit of light rain he says on Saturday, stronger possibility of showers on Sunday and it's going to get colder too, which brings us to snow. Well, it does look like the CR we'll see some snow out of this system. Why we may not be getting a lot of rain here in the Bay Area. There is better chances for some snowfall in the Sierra. Cold and wet in the forecast reporting live, Jim Taylor. Thanks, Jim

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RFK assassin Sirhan asks to go home to live 'in peace'

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

RFK assassin Sirhan asks to go home to live 'in peace'

"The lawyer for sirhan sirhan who assassinated Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 is asking a judge to free him Sirhan is 78 and has spent 54 years in prison in California He was denied parole 15 times until last year aboard recommended his release but sirhan's attorney Angela berry says California governor Gavin Newsom said no They made a decision that he is not a danger to society She's asking a Los Angeles County superior court judge to reverse nissen's denial Barry also released a recording from sirhan Return call to my brother In peace Sir Han sirhan says the remorse he carries from his actions is something he lives with each day To transform this weight into something positive I have dedicated my life to self improvement and mentoring others in prison on how to live a beautiful life Governor Newsom's office declined to comment I'm Ed Donahue

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"superior court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"superior court" Discussed on KOMO

"Dan jewett, a former science teacher married just two years ago, Scott filed for divorce in King County superior court this week in less than four years, Scott has divorced her longtime husband, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, and given away more than $12 billion to nonprofits. A Spokane bottle shop owner wants to sell craft beer from vending machines at Spokane international airport. He pitched the idea to the state liquor board as a way of promoting Washington's craft beer industry. Audrey vesec is a regulatory analyst. Under this concept of any machine with self year for off premises consumption only. Instead, it would rely on cloud based Internet technology to verify customers of legal age. Vasek told the board the state has 25 different liquor licenses and craft beer vending machines don't qualify for any of them. The liquor board rejected the idea. Time to visit the Beacon plumbing sports testimony is trying to inch closer to a wildcard playoff spot with a home victory over Texas right now at the top of the 5th. They are leading three two one. The Seattle kraken show signs of improvement in season number two. Here's Bill Swartz. Too bad the first two games don't count because the kraken produced three zero victories over Western Conference powers, Edmonton and Calgary. Most of the early pre season work is dedicated to seeing which guys can earn a roster spot and build some team chemistry. Head coach Dave hacksaw is pleased with the combinations on both his power play and penalty kill. Now both sides especially teams. We've got work to do. But it's nice to start with a clean slate on the PK. That's a good place to start and a good place to build from. The kraken head to Vancouver for a Thursday night game against the Canucks. Ahead of Sunday's road football game with Detroit, the Seahawks put running back Travis Homer on injured reserve and they promote corner Xavier Crawford from practice squad to the 53 man roster. Only two soccer matches left for the sounders in the regular season schedule. Sunday, they play at sporting Kansas City, then home against San Jose. Seattle needs to win both and get some help to make the MLS playoffs. Sports with Swartz at ten and 40 after the hour, northwest news radio. At easy cater, food for work is our thing. It's literally all we've done for 15 years. Whether you need to feed a meeting or the whole company. We're here to make sure the food is professionally delivered. On time, as ordered, and all within your budget. No wonder we get orders from 93% of Fortune 500 companies. Boot for work is what we do. And

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"superior court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"superior court" Discussed on WTOP

"The podcast serial you may remember the Baltimore state's attorney says investigators in the case are waiting on DNA analysis before deciding whether or not to set a new trial date or throw the case out altogether. People go out by red light and speed cameras locally could one day be getting points of their driver records in D.C., a bill introduced, but also at a point where speeding in school zones, the points would be on top of any fines that were encouraged, more rain is being dumped on Puerto Rico, the deluge coming to day after that awful storm knocked out power and water to most of the island National Guard troops have rescued hundreds of people who got stranded, stayed with WTO P for more on these developing stories in just minutes. For the time it was one 47 Tuesday morning, both D.C.'s attorney general Karl Racine and the Washington Hebrew congregation get some wins in court this week. All part of a consumer protection lawsuit against the congregation after accusations of sexual abuse by a teacher at its preschools. Among the city's claims in the case are that the congregations preschool failed to report abuse in a timely manner, including allegations at the center of the sexual abuse investigation among the wins for the city, D.C. superior court judge Alfred Irving junior says the school should have reported the suspected sex abuse not only to police on day one, but also the city's office of the state superintendent of education. For the congregation, the judge says the school was not required to have two teachers physically present with students at all times. The jury must decide on other allegations, including if behaviors seen in a child that could be a symptom of abuse should be reported, and after the decision's attorney general car race scene says the Washington Hebrew congregation broke the law and ignored the rules intended to protect children in its care with truly tragic consequences. The congregations hasn't a statement that it's taken all allegations seriously and accused the attorney general of trying the case in the media. Mike Morello WTO news. The teacher accused of sexual abuse was never charged in the case. One 48 Tuesday morning. Carlos Ramirez is in the WTO P traffic

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"superior court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"superior court" Discussed on WTOP

"The list in order of importance to Maryland's likely voters in the latest goucher college poll. Democrat westmore has a big lead over Republican delegate Dan Cox in the governor's race, 53% to Cox's 31%. Asked about other statewide races for attorney general, state comptroller and U.S. Senate, Democrats came out ahead in all three. Legalizing recreational marijuana will be on the ballot 59% of those polls said they'd vote in favor. The gaucher college poll was done in cooperation with wypr and the Baltimore banner. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. Both D.C.'s attorney general Karl Racine and the Washington Hebrew congregation got some wins in court. It's part of a consumer protection lawsuit against the congregation after accusations of sexual abuse by a teacher at its preschool. Among the city's claims in the case are that the congregations preschool failed to report abuse in a timely manner including allegations at the center of the sexual abuse investigation among the wins for the city, D.C. superior court judge Alfred Irving junior says the school should have reported the suspected sex abuse not only to police on day one, but also the city's office of the state superintendent of education. For the congregation, the judge says the school was not required to have two teachers physically present with students at all times. The jury must decide on other allegations, including if behaviors seen in a child that could be a symptom of abuse should be reported. After the decision to attorney general car race scene says the Washington Hebrew congregation broke the law and ignored the rules intended to protect children in its care with truly tragic consequences. The congregations has in a statement that it's taken all allegations seriously and accused the attorney general of trying the case in the media. Mike Morello P news. The teacher accused of sexual abuse was never charged

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"superior court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:29 min | 4 months ago

"superior court" Discussed on WTOP

"5 o'clock. Some of these storms may produce damaging winds and some very heavy rainfall, and I'll be back in just a couple of minutes with your complete forecast. All righty, Mike, thanks. Now to rebuilding trust between police and the communities they serve. It's being led by police departments and civil rights groups. The rollout will be on faith and blue weekend they October. Some local departments will be involved. We need a new direction. The reverend Markel Hutchins himself a one time critic of police says if police community relations will improve, the answers will not just be printed. In the ink of a piece of legislation. Instead, it has to be done face to face. I haven't met one person that says, hey, I want to be unsafe. While this effort is focused on engagement through neighborhood faith groups, D.C. police chief Robert Conti says he's seen relations with activists improve in recent years, even among critics who have been younger and less religious. We have to be flexible in that space and not take a cookie cutter approach to the various communities that we serve because they are different in some respects in downtown D.C., John dome in WTO P news. The Maryland woman accused of shooting her husband inside a D.C. hotel last month has a trial date. Weems heads to superior court on December 6th, the Baltimore county day care owners accused of firing at her husband James weems after saying he'd been sexually abusing kids in her care. She and Terry weems is charged with assault with intent to kill, and just days after the shooting her husband, a former Baltimore police officer, was charged on 13 counts, some of them are for sexually abusing three children. Four O 5, the summer scramble to find teachers and administrators is in full swing in a number of school systems, but at one local conference, the focus is on improving schools and retaining staff. It's often said in education circles no one goes into the field to make money. It's not one of those jobs that you do because you have to. Most people who do it do it because they actually love it. And segun Eubanks, director of the center for innovation and improvement at the university of Maryland, says the same is true of principles, getting talent is tough in a competitive job market by keeping talent is also a challenge. I think the burnout or we move them out of the principal ship really quickly because we say, oh, look at your so far above and beyond, you need to be a superintendent. A three day summer institute at the university of Maryland is focusing on leadership, equity, and teacher retention. Kate Ryan. WTO be news. A local high school has had to cancel its fall football program, WTO's Nick eye and Ellie tells us why. They're just weren't enough players who wanted to get in the game, so there won't be any football for the cougars at manassas park high school. The team held a number of practices in recent weeks and only average to turn out of 11 players. The school's activities director says ideally, he'd need a minimum of 30 players to have a season. The school originally planned to make a decision on whether the program would be canceled last week, but held off to see if the numbers improved. Unfortunately, they didn't. The activities director says he's hopeful now that football can return for the 2023 season. Nick I nearly doubled news. Keep it here on WTO P because there are lots of questions about what exactly the FBI was looking for as it searched former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago property. We'll get the latest from Catherine herridge of CBS News, it's four O 7. Meet Harper, teammate at truest. Hello. She was born to care and always had your back. Like the time her friends bumper car took a gnarly hit. Oh, no. His retainer went flying, but Harper caught it before it

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Judge: Kevin Spacey must pay $30M to 'House of Cards' makers

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Judge: Kevin Spacey must pay $30M to 'House of Cards' makers

"A major ruling in connection with a major me too case involving Kevin Spacey A superior court judge in Los Angeles has ruled that Kevin Spacey and his production companies must cough up nearly $31 million this because of losses caused by his being fired from House of Cards in 2017 The judges ruling mean Spacey will have to pay a financial price to go along with a massive hit to his reputation for the alleged sexual harassment of crew members on the popular Netflix drama claims that caused the show to cut him loose a private arbitrator had set the financial award but space he appealed and the judge's decision seals the matter and attorney for the companies that produce House of Cards says they are pleased with the ruling A Moscow's Gabrielle

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Trump election probe special grand jury selected in Atlanta

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 7 months ago

Trump election probe special grand jury selected in Atlanta

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Trump election probe special grand jury selection begins

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Trump election probe special grand jury selection begins

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Georgia DA Asks for Special Grand Jury in Election Probe Against Trump

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 11 months ago

Georgia DA Asks for Special Grand Jury in Election Probe Against Trump

"The Supreme Court and basic comedy CO MIT Y has created a disaster in our country which is the war against Donald Trump A Manhattan DA going after Donald Trump You have an attorney general of New York going after Donald Trump These are elected Marxist Democrats And now you have a Georgia DA as for a special grand jury to go after Donald Trump And this is a Georgia DA with ties to of course Stacey Abrams The true winner of the governorship of Georgia chastes Of course she never comes under any criticism for undermining our electoral system No She's unbelievable The associated depressed Atlanta the Georgia prosecutor looking into possible attempts to interfere in the 2020 general election By former president Donald Trump and others is as for a special grand jury to aid the investigation Fulton county DA fanny Willis The faster Sent a letter to Fulton county superior court chief judge Christopher brash here See all these Democrat areas But the Republicans they're scared No pushback Asking him to impanel a special grand jury She wrote in a letter that her office has received information indicating a reasonable probability That the state of Georgia's administration of elections in 2020 including the state's election of the president of the United States was subject to possible criminal disruptions

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"superior court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"superior court" Discussed on WTOP

"Don't think any single case is a referendum on the criminal justice system in America This case was about these people at this moment in time Prosecutor Linda donakowski The jury system works in this country And when you present the truth to people and they can see it they will do the right thing A sentencing date has yet to be scheduled Matt piper CBS News President Biden said the verdict shows that a justice system is doing its job he said we must recommit ourselves to building a future of unity and shared strength where no one fears violence because of the color of their skin one of Georgia's two U.S. democratic senators reverend Raphael Warnock said the outcome upholds a sense of accountability but he said Arbery should be alive today and Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance bottoms said she hopes the verdict gives Arbery's family in the nation's some level of comfort in knowing that the three men are being held accountable We're getting local reaction to the verdict Prince George's county state's attorney Aisha braveboy says justice has been served in a statement she calls the attack on Arbery a modern day lynching of an innocent young man We're also hearing from the former state's attorney of prince George's county Glen ivy on the jury's decision It looked like they put a lot of time and effort into sorting through the evidence and applying the law But the outcome of this trial and that of Kyle rittenhouse has IV wondering do you have to have video of clearer evidence of guilt in order to get a conviction in these cases I think that's a concern we're going to have going forward Michelle bash News Dozens of migrants died Wednesday when their boat capsized as they made a particularly dangerous journey In Calais France French interior minister Gerald dominant announced at least 31 migrants attempting to sail to Britain died when their boat sank in the English Channel Wednesday Norman called it the biggest tragedy involving migrants attempting to cross the channel so far Authorities found 31 bodies including those of 5 women and a young girl and two survivors One person appeared to still be missing French authorities did not reveal the nationalities of the travelers I'm Mike Gracia Now four 34 a fairfax county police have charged a man with wounding a shopper during a weekend shooting inside a grocery store They say 33 year old Harvey Coleman shot the shopper in the store on Leesburg pike near Carlin springs road Police say the victim had a brief interaction with Coleman who then showed a firearm and shot the victim who is now hospitalized with non life threatening injuries A D.C. superior court judge has again extended the period for bringing criminal cases to trial The time period in which a trial must be brought in front of the court was first extended in an order from chief judge Anita Josie herring in March of 2020 That was due to the coronavirus pandemic Now the order has been extended again meaning that the court will stop extending the time period for indictment and trial deadlines early next year The extension of the 90 day indictment timeline will stop on March 15th On April 15th the court will stop tolling the 9 month indictment timeline and detained cases only And on April 26th the court will stop tolling the 100 day trial timeline Valerie balked W TOP news Maryland's only Republican representative to the United States House of Representatives may be in danger of getting redistricted out of his job The legislators legislatives legislatures legislative redistricting commission voted this week to choose one of four new political maps but all four of the maps would alter congressman Andy Harris's eastern shore anchored district so that it crosses the Chesapeake Bay and include parts of Anna rondell county That configuration makes the district more friendly to Democrats The map will go to the General Assembly which will consider it during a special session on December 6th On Twitter Maryland's outgoing Republican governor Larry Hogan said gerrymandered maps drawn in secret by politicians are an abomination Hogan says he will submit a map to the legislature that's been created by his citizen redistricting advisory committee Coming up on It's called the mother of all toxic dumps and the cleanup is complete I'm Gigi Barnett And Why some hope the end of a business deal could be the beginning for a local African American memorial I'm Michelle Morello Traffic and weather next is four 36 Today's cloud report how a multi cloud approach can give you the freedom of any cloud with the simplicity of one provided by VMware Here's Keith's naka Sony federal strategist for VMware When federal agencies talk about multi cloud transitions the conversation usually centers on technology but a true multi cloud environment is holistic It requires rethinking your approach to cloud agencies need to reexamine the skill set of their teams which were often built under legacy IT environments Now teams need to be multi disciplined 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All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting all three men charged in amat R. breeze death are convicted of murder the three white men charged in the death of Ahmad Arbury outside the Georgia port city of Brunswick were convicted of murder Wednesday you have heard the verdicts read where these your verdicts then and are these your verdicts now yes I sound courtesy of court TV your respond regnant Michael his son Travis McMichael and neighbor William Roddy Brian guilty after about ten hours of deliberation the McMichael's grab guns and pursued the twenty five year old armory in their pickup as he ran through their neighborhood in February twenty twenty Brian joined the pursuit in his pickup and on cellphone video recorded Travis McMichael fatally shooting armory the men face minimum sentences of life in prison and it will be up to Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley whether the sentences come with or without the possibility of parole hi Mike Rossi up

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Defense attorneys rest their cases at Ahmaud Arbery trial

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00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Defense attorneys rest their cases at Ahmaud Arbery trial

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting defense attorneys rested their cases at the Ahmad armory trial the defense rested in the trial of three white men charged with the murder of Ahmad armory on February twenty third twenty twenty in their coal still Georgia neighborhood the shooter Travis but Michael testified for the second consecutive day Thursday saying he approached armory because neighbors indicated something had happened down the road and he wanted to ask armory about it that was the person that I assume that was committing the crime that was the problem solvers in Travis Mike Michael his father Greg McMichael and neighbor William Roddy Brian who recorded the shooting on cell phone video are charged in the case Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley scheduled closing arguments for Monday hi Mike Rossio

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Britney Spears' conservatorship could end at Friday hearing

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Britney Spears' conservatorship could end at Friday hearing

"A judge in Los Angeles will hold the hearing Friday that could end the conservatorship that has overseen singer Britney spears is life for nearly fourteen years marches are a letter with the latest Los Angeles Superior Court judge Brenda Perry could decide whether Britney spears should be able to make financial and personal decisions herself after having conservatives decide for more than a decade the conservatorship was put in place after spears had some high profile mental health struggles if the judge approves ending it spears would start a plan with therapists to make the transition that could last months spears's father James spears had been her conservative for much of the time her lawyer Matthew Rosen guard plans to investigate James spears even if the conservatorship is

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Judge declines to change racial makeup of jury in Arbery's death

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00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Judge declines to change racial makeup of jury in Arbery's death

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a judge won't change the racial makeup of the jury of the Ahmad Arbury slaying the judge in the trial of three white men charged with the murder of amat R. brewery in Glynn county Georgia in February twenty twenty declines to override decisions in jury selection which was completed Wednesday Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley declined to override decisions that left just one black juror on the final twelve person panel though he agreed with prosecutors that there appears to be intentional discrimination Wellesley said he was limited because defense attorneys gave nonracial reasons for their decisions Greg McMichael his adult son Travis but Michael and a neighbor William Roddy Brian are charged with murder and other crimes in the twenty five year old armories death the judge said the jury along with four alternates will be seated and sworn in Friday hi

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Judge suspends Britney Spears' father from conservatorship

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00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Judge suspends Britney Spears' father from conservatorship

"A major development in the Britney spears conservatorship case a judge in Los Angeles has suspended Britney spears father from the conservative ship that is controlled the singer's life and money for thirteen years now at a hearing Superior Court judge Brenda Perry said the arrangement reflects what she called a toxic environment and should end that harmonizes with the petition from spears and her attorney Matthew Rosen guard that spears needs to give up his role as conservator the move is a major victory for the singer who pleaded in dramatic hearings in June and July that her father needed to be gone I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Britney Spears' Father Files to End Court Conservatorship

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Britney Spears' Father Files to End Court Conservatorship

"A big development in Britney spears fight to get out from under court control those free Britney calls may be close to being heated Britney spears father James has filed paperwork to end the court conservators ship that is controlled his daughter's life and money for thirteen years now the paperwork filed in Los Angeles Superior Court a judge now has to sign off on it to make it all official but it does appear that spears will get to determine her own fate minus court supervision I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Kanye Just Wants To Be ‘Ye’

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Kanye Just Wants To Be ‘Ye’

"A name change for popular rap star when it comes to his name Kanye west has decided to go shorter he has filed court documents to legally changes name to just the eight a nickname he's been using form self centered twenty eighteen documents filed in Los Angeles Superior Court saying the forty four year old performer wants to dump his full name Kanyakumari west replacing it will be the two lettered nicknamed Yankee no middle or last name the documents were dated August eleventh but are just now getting into the court system the raptors filing cites personal reasons for the change a judge has to sign off on the request before it becomes official I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Appeals Court Orders Release of Arizona Senate Audit Records

Garret Lewis

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Appeals Court Orders Release of Arizona Senate Audit Records

"Court of Appeals has Maricopa County election audit documents held by Cyber Ninjas are public record and must be released by the state Senate. The ruling upholds a decision by a Superior Court judge. Senate disagrees and says it never had possession of those documents. It will now appeal to the Arizona Supreme Court. An arraignment

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Dodgers Pitcher Trevor Bauer Has His Restraining Order Rescinded by Judge

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers Pitcher Trevor Bauer Has His Restraining Order Rescinded by Judge

"Woman. But an L. A Dodger star will not be returning to his team just yet. Despite scoring a legal victory Thursday, we are grateful to the Los Angeles Superior Court for denying the request. Or permanent restraining order. Dissolving the temporary restraining order against Mr Bauer. Trevor Bauer will remain on administrative leave the L. A Dodgers pitchers attorney Shawn Holley, speaking outside of California courthouse after a judge denied a request from the woman accusing Bauer of sexual assault regarding restraining orders. After four days of hearings Now, Bauer was set to come off leave from MLB at the end of the day Friday, but Major League Baseball in the MLB Players Association electing to extend leave for 1/6 time to August 27th. The reigning NL Cy Young winner has been away from the Dodgers since July. 2nd. That's Mount Napolitano, the Dow Down

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"superior court" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"superior court" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"Amid a week of high profile incidents of gun violence in dc including the murder of six-year-old. Nyah courtney mayor. Muriel bowser has been criticizing the dc superior court that has led to an unusual back and forth with the chief justice. I spoke with my consider. This co host. Rachel courteous to explain what this all means so. Dc's mayor mayor bowser of course a called delays at superior court quote a public safety crisis. Why is she saying that. Mayor bowser says there's a bottleneck happening at the courts and this is the data. She's using as of this june. They're more than ten thousand one hundred criminal cases pending there. And you can compare that to fifty seven hundred in january twenty twenty. It's important to remember that unlike states. Dc doesn't have control over its courts even for most local prosecutions in. It's also important to say. The dc superior court isn't unique in facing a backlog of cases. We're seeing that throughout the country or so we now know. The criticism of the dc superior court lead to something rare public response from dc superior. Court chief justice anita josie herring. What did she have to say. The chief justice told us that the courts have been operating throughout the pandemic. even if they've done that work a little differently that most court proceedings have happened virtually. She told us she decided to speak out on this because she wanted to make sure that the public knew that the courts have been working throughout the pandemic and dc superior court. Associate judge. juliet j mckenna. Who presides over the criminal division said that the criminal division has dealt with more than seven thousand cases over the past fifteen months through diversion agreements trials and more and that those numbers continue to ramp up and she says that even though jury trials only started this spring. They're actually just a small part of what the criminal division does most cases the overwhelming majority of cases in criminal division or not on a trial track. We'll never proceed forward to trial. That's always been the case both in superior for and in courthouses all across the country or right so it seems like both the mayor and her administration have data and the courts have their data to quote. I mean how do we parse through the two sides of this argument. I talked to misty thomas. She's the executive director of the council for court. Excellence and she says that the mayor said it isn't detailed enough to reach a conclusion. The data cited by mayor about number of cases pending at superior court and longer stays than usual at the jail personally. Don't actually tell us anything particularly specific about whether the courts have altered their procedures. Judges have altered their decision making during the pandemic in a way that can show us a connection to the incidence of serious violent crime in our community. So we asked dc police. Chief robert conti. About how many of these more than ten thousand pending cases have to do with violent crimes he said about five hundred or serious felony cases in the courts response to the mayor also didn't parse out which of the cases they site actually have to do with gun violence so ever is throwing these numbers out there but they're still a lack of clear data and while we're talking about the courts relationship too violent crime we should also know that. Dc's homicide rate was rising in the two years before the pandemic those numbers aren't coming out of nowhere and the increase in homicides preceded the courts pandemic related restrictions. Okay let's turn a different but certainly related issue. There are vacancies at dc superior court. Do we know what role that's playing. Yes and this is a place where dc mayor. Muriel bowser and the judges at the superior court agree with one another. There are a dozen vacancies on the court right now and everyone says we want congress to fill those. Those judgeships haven't been filled since before the pandemic and the mayor and the courts agree that these vacancies need to be filled to help deal with all of these pending cases. And get rid of that backlog. Thanks for joining us for consider this from npr. And w am you listen again next time. And we'll make sense of the major stories happening in the washington region and elsewhere in your world. I'm john wilson..

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"superior court" Discussed on WAMU: Local News

WAMU: Local News

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"superior court" Discussed on WAMU: Local News

"Old nyah courtney dc mayor. Muriel bowser has been criticizing the dc superior court this has led to a back and forth with the chief justice which is unusual to help us understand what it all means we are joined by wmu host and reporter. Rachel kersey high the racial. Hey jonathan so. Dc's mayor mayor bowser of course a called delays at superior court quote a public safety crisis. Why is she saying that. Mayor bowser says there's a bottleneck happening at the courts and this is the data. She's using as of this june. They're more than ten thousand one hundred criminal cases pending there. And you can compare that to fifty seven hundred in january twenty twenty. It's important to remember that unlike states. Dc doesn't have control over its courts even for most local prosecutions in. It's also important to say. The dc superior court isn't unique in facing a backlog of cases. We're seeing that throughout the country or so we now know. The criticism of the dc superior court lead to something rare public response from dc superior. Court chief justice anita josie herring. What did she have to say. The chief justice told us that the courts have been operating throughout the pandemic. even if they've done that work a little differently that most court proceedings have happened. Virtually we do have Info court operations or in-person operations in some critical matters in the criminal. Division and Started jury trials in the spring of this year. She told us she decided to speak out on this because she wanted to make sure that the public knew that the courts have been working throughout the pandemic and dc superior court. Associate judge. juliet j mckenna. Who presides over the criminal division said that the criminal division has dealt with more than seven thousand cases over the past fifteen months through diversion agreements trials and more and that those numbers continue to ramp up and she says that even though jury trials only started this spring. They're actually just a small part of what the criminal division does most cases the overwhelming majority of cases in the criminal division or not on a trial track. We'll never proceed forward to trial. That's always been the case. Both in superior for an courthouses all across the country or so. It seems like both the mayor and her administration have data and the courts have their data to quote. I mean how do we parse through the two sides of this argument. I talked to misty. Thomas she's the executive director of the council for court excellence and she says that. The mayor's had it isn't detailed enough to reach a conclusion. The data cited by the mayor about number of cases pending at superior court and longer stays than usual at the jail personally. Don't actually tell us anything particularly specific about whether the courts have altered their procedures or judges have altered their decision making during the pandemic in a way that can show us a connection to the incidence of serious or violent crime in our community. So we asked dc police chief robert conti about how many of these more than ten thousand pending cases have to do with violent crimes. He said about five hundred or serious. Felony cases in the courts response to the mayor also didn't parse out which of the cases they site actually have to do with gun violence so ever is throwing these numbers out there but they're still a lack of clear data and while we're talking about the courts relationship too violent crime. We should also know that. Dc's homicide rate was rising in the two years before the pandemic those numbers aren't coming out of nowhere and the increase in homicides preceded the courts pandemic related restrictions. Okay let's turn to a different but certainly related issue. There are vacancies at dc superior court. Do we know what role that's playing. Yes and this is a place where dc mayor. Muriel bowser and the judges at the superior court agree with one another. There are a dozen vacancies on the court right now and everyone says we want congress to fill those. Those judgeships haven't been filled since before the pandemic and the mayor in the courts agree that these vacancies need to be filled to help deal with all of these pending cases. And get rid of that backlog right important issue in a fascinating back and forth that is rachel curzio host and reporter at wmu amu. Rachel thanks for filling us in thanks jonathan..

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"superior court" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"superior court" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"And i'm jonathan wilson with w amu with dc's indoor mass mandates set to take effect on saturday and the delta variants spreading quickly across the region. One local epidemiologist says the city's announcement is timely. Our reporter margaret barthel has the details. Dr amir row is an epidemiologist at george mason university. She says she's worried about slowing vaccinations and the emergence of the delta variant basically if you're unvaccinated and you're not taking the proper precautions you will get infected so it just makes sense at this point to go ahead and reimposed mandates demand. It comes two months after the district. Lifted its original mask. Mandate and day after federal officials recommended indoor masking for all in areas with significant community spread of the colonel virus. It's not clear when the new mask mandate will end. Rose expects current virus cases to continue to go up as more and more children. Go back to school. We'll be seeing more people. Moving around kids tend to have mild cases of the corona virus but could spread the virus to other people. virginia governor. Ralph northam has recommended endure masking but has not required it. Maryland also has no indoor mask mandate. It's considered from npr. And w amu amid a week of high profile incidents of gun violence in dc including the murder of six-year-old. Nyah courtney. mayor bowser has been criticizing the dc superior court that has led to an unusual back and forth with the chief justice. I spoke with my consider. This co host. Rachel courteous to explain what this all means so. Dc's mayor mayor bowser of course a called delays at superior court quote a public safety crisis. Why is she saying that. Mayor bowser says there's a bottleneck happening at the courts and this is the data. She's using as of this. June there are more than ten thousand one hundred criminal cases pending there. And you can compare that to fifty seven hundred in january twenty twenty. It's important to remember the unlike states. Dc doesn't have over its court even for most local prosecutions. It's also important to say. The dc superior court isn't unique in facing a backlog of cases. We're seeing that throughout the country. All right so we now know. The criticism of the dc superior court lead to something rare public response from dc superior court chief justice anita josie herring. What she have to say. The chief justice told us that the courts have been operating throughout the pandemic. even if they've done that work a little differently that most court proceedings happened virtually. She told us she decided to speak out on this because she wanted to make sure that the public knew that the courts have been working throughout the pandemic and dc superior court. Associate judge. juliet j mckenna. Who presides over the criminal division said that the criminal division has dealt with more than seven thousand cases over the past fifteen months through diversion agreements trials and more and that those numbers continue to ramp up and she says that even though jury trials only started this spring. They're actually just a small part of what the criminal division does. The overwhelming majority of cases in the criminal division are not on track. We'll never proceed forward to trial that always been the case both in superior for an courthouses all across the country or so it seems like both the mayor and her administration have data and the courts have their data to to quote. I mean how do we parse through the two sides of this argument. I talked to misty. Thomas she's the executive director of the council for court excellence and she says that. The mayor's it isn't detailed enough to reach a conclusion. The data cited by the mayor about number of cases pending superior court and longer stays than usual at the jail. Unfortunately don't actually tell us anything particularly specific about whether the courts have altered their procedures or judges have altered their decision making during the pandemic in a way that can show us

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"superior court" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"superior court" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"Amid a week of high profile incidents of gun violence in dc including the murder of six year old. Nyah courtney may muriel. Bowser has been criticizing the dc superior court that has led to an unusual back and forth with the chief justice. I spoke with my consider. This co host. Rachel courteous to explain what this all means so. Dc's mayor mayor bowser of course a called delays at superior court quote a public safety crisis. Why is she saying that. Mayor bowser says there's a bottleneck happening at the courts and this is the data. She's using as of this june. They're more than ten thousand one hundred criminal cases pending there. And you can compare that to fifty seven hundred in january twenty twenty. It's important to remember that unlike states. Dc doesn't have control over its court even for most local prosecutions in. It's also important to say. The dc superior court isn't unique in facing a backlog of cases. We're seeing that throughout the country or so. We now know. The criticism of the superior court lead to something rare public response from dc superior. Court chief justice anita josie herring. What did she have to say. The chief justice told us that the courts have been operating throughout the pandemic. even if they've done that work a little differently that most core proceedings have happened virtually. She told us she decided to speak out on this because she wanted to make sure that the public knew that the courts have been working throughout the pandemic and dc superior court. Associate judge. juliet j mckenna. Who presides over the criminal division said that the criminal division has dealt with more than seven thousand cases over the past fifteen months through diversion agreements trials and more and that those numbers continue to ramp up and she says that even though jury trials only started this spring. They're actually just a small part of what the criminal division does most cases the overwhelming majority of cases in the criminal division or not on a child track. We'll never proceed forward to trial. That's always been the case. Both and superior court an courthouses all across the country or right so it seems like both the mayor and her administration have data and the courts have their data to quote. I mean how do we parse through the two sides of this argument. I talked to misty. Thomas she's the executive director of the council for court excellence and she says that. The mayor's had it isn't detailed enough to reach a conclusion. The data cited by mayor about number of cases pending at superior court and longer stays than usual at the jail. and personally. Don't actually tell us anything particularly specific about whether the courts have altered their procedures or judges have altered their decision making during the pandemic in a way that can show us a connection to the incidence of serious or violent crime in our community. So we asked dc police chief robert conti about how many of these more than ten thousand pending cases have to do with violent crimes. He said about five hundred or serious. Felony cases in the courts response to the mayor also didn't parse out which of the cases they site actually have to do with gun violence so ever throwing these numbers out there but they're still a lack of clear data and while we're talking about the courts relationship too violent crime we should also note that dc's homicide rate was rising in the two years before the pandemic. Those numbers aren't coming out of nowhere and the increase in homicides preceded the courts pandemic related restrictions. Okay let's turn a different but certainly related issue. There are vacancies at dc superior court. Do we know what role that's playing. Yes and this is a place. Where dc may. Muriel bowser and the judges at the superior court agree with one another. There are a dozen vacancies on the court right now and everyone says we want congress to fill those. Those judgeships haven't been filled since before the pandemic and the mayor in the courts agree that these vacancies need to be filled to help deal with all of these pending cases. And get rid of that backlog. Thanks for joining us for consider this from npr. And w am you listen again. Next time we'll make sense of the major stories happening in the washington region and elsewhere in your world. I'm jonathan wilson..

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Britney Spears' New Lawyer Files to Remove Father's Control

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Britney Spears' New Lawyer Files to Remove Father's Control

"There's no action in the Britney spears conservatorship case Britney spears new lawyer is taking up the singer's old concern that her dad be removed from the conservatorship that is controlled her life for nearly a decade and a half the new attorney Matthew Rosen guard has filed paperwork in Los Angeles Superior Court seeking to oust Jean spears and replace him with CPA Jason Rubin the filing says the current legal arrangement is both toxic and no longer tenable it also says if spears dad genuinely loves his daughter and has our best interest at heart he would willingly step aside that move is supported by Britney's mom Lynne spears says in a declaration supporting the filing that her ex had microscopic control over her daughter's health care and business interest I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Dodgers Pitcher Trevor Bauer Has Hearing Over Restraining Order Delayed

Drive Time Sports

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers Pitcher Trevor Bauer Has Hearing Over Restraining Order Delayed

"Pitcher Trevor Bauer appeared in Los Angeles Superior Court today contesting a restraining order placed against him. The hearing was postponed until August 2nd with Bowers attorneys requesting more time power has been on administrative leave since being accused of sexual assault last month.

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"superior court" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"superior court" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"It's got to have a lot of names in his book. Well it's certainly it's one of the fascinating things about his life and death is how we made his money and just the career arc and I think you will find some revelations says the comes out. I and i think it'll be interesting oxygenating to see the trial vote. Which is now. I guess it to november. So it'd be interesting to see that then it'd be interesting to see whether or not it's head to head with harvey weinstein kinda battling cases on each coast and tomorrow of this drops on tuesday tomorrow. Gary seen this latest britney spears little. Dance video that i saw yesterday. She's got a hearing here in front of judge penny in the la superior court under conservative presumably the court-appointed lawyers are moving to withdraw. There's a if you believe what's reported. There's a lawyer. Matt rosengard who is going to try to get Substitute in but then in this little video just came out yesterday. And maybe dariel find. Drop it in. I don't think it her 'cause that it was dropped Yesterday you told me what you think out. She's in her short shorts sir sports bra. She's doing her dance. She's apt to do in front of the camera. But i guess what's your speculation mark that it seems thought. He takes a little manic right as as a as an attorney. We've we've kind of talked about this before. So if your client is a buoyant type who may be has a lot of tattoos and piercings and what have you when he gets in front of the judge you say put on this long sleeve cardigan sweater. Take out the earrings like we don't want to see the bling. We are trying to sculpt a little bit of a narrative hair and so if you were britney's attorney you would probably say lay low on sorta crazy videos and tell were done with this chapter in your life right. Yeah there's a certain. I mean i always say pretend in the old days i used to say doesn't work as well. Now pretend you're going to church Or pretend you're going to the temple or just you know on your best behavior. Let's let's try to. I have recently a sports figure who we were about to do. A hearing a remote hearing and the ad the cap on and it had something that was inflammatory on the cap and i indicated that. I thought that he should lose the cap. I didn't think that was a good idea before we go into this hearing In which credibility was going to be everything is going to have to give a statement and we got through and he did it. It was a little ticked at the old old guy told him out of luck but i said look if you're going to iron i'm going to give you the benefit of what i think makes sense. Let's put your best foot forward so to speak back to epstein. Yeah everyone's kind of wondering. How did this guy make his money. And i kinda guess. In general you do sort of follow the money who was paying him. What were they paying him four. There's a lot of theories maybe conspiracy theories about him. Having the goods on people and some of that was hush money versus is working for some of these people. Can you speculate mark. Have you heard anything. I have heard stop and i think that i'll wait before i get wildly into a theory that i have..

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"superior court" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"superior court" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A Superior Court judge is Chalfont Deputy District Deputy District number. It's not really long business card, eh, de de eh? Um, the judge ruled in favor of the A, D. D a the union there in this lawsuit against their boss against George Gascogne. The civil lawsuit against Gascogne was to try to get a court. Ruling to clarify the legal obligations because George Gascogne came out and said You're not going to do a bunch of things, including enhancements for three strikes, gang enhancements, and that's what you're not going to be just directed that Despite the fact that voters in the state of California put that into law several years ago, so the judge at least issued a temporary injunction and we'll get deeper into this court case. I'll give you one guess where that streaker is from. What state Florida I assume yes. Okay. I mean, he was in Florida. We'll have more details coming up and tried to get into the game. I'll tell you all the details. What? Yeah. Yeah. Can't wait. Suzanne Somers was filming a makeup video on Facebook live Friday when somebody walked in her house. I have a question about many things, but I'll play for you. The audio first it's about. It's about a minute long. I think men and a half long of You hear her say, I just heard a person I think, she says. I just sort of person. She's talking to her husband. Who's there? I guess hell handling the camera. Something like that. And you never see the guy on camera. But she turns around to her left, and it's obviously talking.

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"superior court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"superior court" Discussed on WTOP

"1 78 Generals Highway, A crown's overrode the intersection shut down due to a large tree down across the roadway. That's another thing you may encounter with some of the icy precipitation we had earlier today. There may be some trees hanging low some wires hanging low. Please be extra careful and be cognizant of that being a problem as well. Virginia For now, nothing reported on 66 inside or outside the Beltway. Both 95 3 95 or moving well. Rich 100 of you to be traffic. Now, let's get a check of the forecast or storm seemed for a meteorologist Brianna Berman. Solo. Well, looks like freezing temperatures are still out there, and we're seeing a light snow activity picking up once again where we were even just 30 minutes ago, talking about quite a bit of dry activity or dry quietness out on the radar. Now it looks like light snow flurries are picking back up light to moderate snow still possible, Although we're at the tail end of the Nor'easter for the overnight period through tomorrow morning. Much of this now pushing well to the Northeast 1 to 2 inches still possible for your Tuesday early morning hours, and then we'll see everything wrapping up tomorrow afternoon now will still talk about whether tomorrow afternoon. It's very gusty Tuesday. Wind chills in the teens and twenties tomorrow afternoon. Make sure you're dressed for winter weather. Even though the snow comes to an end. It's going to be cold on Wednesday as well. Check of our current temperatures right now. Warrenton 32 degrees in Frederick 33 degrees and German town 30 degrees. Now we have 34 in Roslyn. This check brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate. Today. It's 11 11. The D C. Government is Father temporary restraining order to prohibit the Washington teacher's Union from talking about any type of work stoppages and connections. A D. C schools reopening tomorrow. Seven page filing was submitted to D C Superior Court in a news conference today, Mayor Bowser said any teacher absent without leave would be in a workplace violations. Just like anybody who sitting here when your.

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"superior court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"superior court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"But officials did not open them Tuesday. The city and county routinely open warming centers when temperatures hit freezing for three nights in a row. Jury trials are being pushed back at local courthouses. Here's cave because, Nick, um I got his jury trial set for February and Yellow County are Being postponed later in the year. Yellow Superior Court Presiding Judge Daniel P. Maguire announced yesterday that the decision is based on the county's current cove in 19 transmission rates. The county has recorded over 11,000 cases. Since the beginning of the pandemic. Sacramento Superior Court has temporarily delayed jury service and jury trials through Friday, and plaster Court officials have suspended jury trials through January. Nikola got his news 93.1 CAF E K. 75 the time time for our featured audio clip this hour in the wake of the riots at the U. S. Capitol on January 6, some leading Democrats headed by Congressman Adam Schiff. Calling for new terrorism laws. But author and journalist Glenn Greenwald, who is the founder and editor of the intercept, says It's nothing but a power grab by the federal government officials. Here's what he said during an interview with the hill. It is our featured audio clip this hour. What Current law was not sufficient to stop the capital attacks. As I understand it, 100 more cops, and the entire thing looks different. Of course. I mean, of course, the United States the most militarized country in the world, the most Sarah militarized Police force in the world has the capacity to repel a few 100 protesters from the capital had they been prepared to do so, Which is why talk that we're facing some kind of existential insurrection is utter lunacy and madness, clearly designed to exploit people's fears to justify greater powers, but obviously the model they're using, and they're saying it explicitly is what they did with the first war on terror, the one that was ostensibly devoted to foreign terrorist groups on Other soil. Besides us while DeWitt ended up infiltrating US soil as well, was to expand what it means to be a crime. Obviously, before 2001. It was already a crime to fly planes into buildings or to blow people up. Those were already crimes so they had to enact an entire series of new terrorism was that were designed to expand what it means to support terrorism, and they called it material support for terrorism, which ended up being if you were a Muslim, and you uploaded a video critical of U. S foreign policy and heralding people who are resisting, or if you donated money to a charity That indirectly ended up in the hands of groups that the United States government with no due process designated a terrorist organization. Even if it weren't your intent wasn't your intent you were prosecuted for materially supporting terrorist organizations. What this law does that Adam Schiff proposed is to simply take the existing warrant tear a law that is devoted to foreign terrorist groups and just amended to say in domestic terror groups as well, which means Criminalizing all kinds of protest associational and even speech activity. Glenn Greenwald is one of the smartest guys in the room, and he's not afraid to challenge the status quo and he has in his entire career. And he brings up a very good point. We have to be very, very careful where we're going here. We're running down a slippery slope. And if we're not careful, we're gonna lose a lot of our rights. Our First Amendment rights, which are baked into the Constitution. By the way, the proposed legislation by Adam Schiff is stalled. It's It's not going anywhere right now. Well, the investigation into what happened in the capital is under way. I mean, the man who was the chief of the Capitol police has testified and said. I asked for help I I asked for the National Guard to be there. I knew we had warnings that there may be some issues well, and his green mold just said the whole notion that in the United States of America Which I mean, can you think of another country That's more fortified from a military standpoint from a police standpoint from a security standpoint in this country to think that for some reason that they couldn't propel Hundreds of protesters from the capital is lunacy Right on, He makes a really good How is it that that happened? Well, I mean, they asked for help, and they didn't for whatever reason they were doing. Deny there's help. There's there's an underlying story. Always ask why, and that's what Greenwald does. Why did this happen? Because that doesn't add up. You know, the math doesn't compute, especially if everyone had the intelligence that there may be issues. Right? All right, let's get you caught up now in your top national story. From ABC News. I'm Sherry pressed him. One of the six men charged in alleged plot to kidnap Michigan's Democratic governor, Gretchen Whitmer has agreed to plead guilty to a kidnapping.

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"superior court" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"superior court" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"They admit, fault admit liability and they only want to pay for the damage to my vehicle. That is it. No other expenses. I wanted the truck rental they would pay for it. They said they'll issue a roo requisition orders to enterprise for like $22 a day for a small car rental that was an acceptable anyway to cut to the chase here. Called the defendant defendant hung up on me. She didn't want to hear about it. So as he almost a year goes by, I get contract with a registered process for investigation. And two. What's the investigation to find out that the defendant party, too, is an attorney and then she moved to Brooklyn, New York. And it's become a nightmare. Apparently, there's certain procedures, legal procedures that I don't know about. And, uh, I've been a small claims court now six times has been continuance over. What is the problem? Problem? A process. And the What does that mean? Oh, the apparently proof of process when you're out of state, which I didn't know has to be delivered by hand. Proof has to be what I mean. Proof of process has to be delivered by hand. Well, so you sue the person. And, uh, very have an affidavit by whoever served Yes. I am not a party to the the party to the claim. And yes, I served. This person because you have to serve the person person so little that way they sent by certified mail. That's not sir. That's not service. Yeah, well, I didn't know that. Well, okay, So now what? Your question The judge wouldn't accept it. That's right. Because that's not personal service, though. She gave me a continuance until okay, the 13th And she went and we don't do that. She was very polite. Okay? Did she end up? Did you end up serving the defendant? Not yet. Okay, you don't have until then there's no case. At this point. Until you serve the defendant. Yeah, that's correct. It's not dismissed. But you're right. But how do I go about handling this now? Do you hire a project? Here's the problem. You're gonna have you gonna you gonna hire a process server in New York? To serve the paper. And then you have a small claims Court judge who's going to say no, we don't deal with out of state service depends on the court. Different jurisdictions. You know what I would do? Just take the money, pay the 22 bucks. And it's not gonna be worth the hassle because the other thing that could happen assuming that the attorney does come in. The attorney just asked for a motion to kick it up the Superior Court. And now you're in Superior Court. And you get to play with that. What? What's of interest? Uh, Bill is many of court appearances I made. These is the defendant or descendants. Insurance company showed up in quarter made emotional. Yeah, but there's no service. It doesn't matter. You show up in court, and until you serve the defendant, I'm surprised the judge even let you go on. I'm surprised the judge on the third go round didn't dismiss with prejudice, which means it's a pleasure. You're out of here, Morris. Thank you. Take the money, Pay the 22 bucks and walk away. It is not worth the hassle. By the way, when you say it's a unique situation, it's not happens all the time. And when you say this is of interest, it's not. It's not interesting at all. This is handle on the law..

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"superior court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"superior court" Discussed on KOMO

"CDC reports only 23 severe reactions to the hundreds of thousands of doses given so far. A recent Elway. Poll shows 55% of Washingtonians are willing to receive the vaccine now. Brian Calvert colonias come on his time. Eight or nine Tim. I've been civil trial on allegations he has repeatedly broken campaign finance laws is nearing an end. Conclusion of closing arguments is expected next week, latest from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. This lawsuit filed in 2017, the state accused, I'm end of concealing the movement of funds between initiatives and taking a $300,000 kickback. The signature gathering vendor. He long used also failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars in contributions. I'm and who claims he did nothing wrong, told Cuomo. The attorney general has relentlessly tried to shut him down. After eight years of investigation, litigation have persecution of me and my family. I'm just surprised that I've been able to make it this far and actually have a trial. Now the state is seeking 2.6 million in penalties. According to the ever Harold also asking Superior Court Judge James Dixon to potentially triple the sum as allowed by law closing arguments expected to wrap up late next week. And then the judge will issue his verdict at this bench trial. Carleen Johnson Come on news body was found in a running vehicle late last night in Kent. Police say the man inside the vehicle had been shot to death. It was found parked in some landscaping near 88th Avenue, South and South 235th place just before midnight. Police are trying to figure out what led up to the killing. And who pulled the trigger. If you have any information you're asked to call. Can't POLICE almost Franklin C. Come on news time now 8 10 and we get to the beacon Plumbing Sports desk for an update.

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"superior court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"superior court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hundreds of new crimes are being committed by those who were released on the $0 bail rule. Would YOLO County rule is used to keep the jail populations down to stop the spread of covert 19? YOLO County Assistant Chief Deputy district Attorney, Melinda Yellow says this is essentially a get out of jail free card cases. 4 to 5 Months delays any justice for victims of these crimes. Yellow says that since April 427 people have been arrested and released on $0 bail. A total of 520 Four times those previously released under the rule have committed over 500. New crimes will was implemented in April but was rescinded in June. However, the YOLO County Superior Court continues to use it. Traffic and weather together brought to you by safe way. And right now Keeper Boulevard a tally ho driving eastbound two vehicles blocking the lanes there after an accident. No word on injuries south on I five it Floren Road, the West, offering somebody partially blocking the number four lane and eastbound 80 Douglass Boulevard, the East off ramp traffic hazard. That's a sign of the season is a Christmas tree and the number one lane. Chops can and save it now available at Safeway. It's fast, easy and the newest way of helping provide contact free check out open the safe way app on your smartphone. Have your code scan that check out to get your just for you deals, rewards and savings Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons on news 93.1 kfbk. Really studied the Santa dude. I'm 54 58 Bog redeveloping tonight Low 37 41 tomorrow Morning Fun baby shower the entered in and I'm 51 to 55 Partly study.

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