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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WRVA

"To the Virginia Supreme Court in an effort to get his name on the presidential ballot. What's was taken off of the ballot last week by a Richmond Circuit court judge following a lawsuit by two of his electors who claimed they were duped into becoming electors. The judge, actually finding there were issues with 11 of them. Theo comes. His deadlines are nearly here for absentee ballots. The attorney general's office believes there are politics behind the appeal, noting West's new legal team has quote extensive ties to the Republican Party. Democrats are concerned that West could take voters that would go to former Vice President Joe Biden. If West wasn't there. That dumb one news radio W. R via Richmond police trying to find the victims of a man who's been going around assaulting women and have released a video of the attacks of the attacks occurred in late August. August 31st. One shows this man rising from his seat on a G RTC pulse bus. He steps toward the back of the bus, and then he intentionally and forcefully strikes the victim seated directly behind him in the head. Suspect also pretends to slip and then slips near the driver. Pedis Dean Leplee says another attack earlier that day shows the suspect, knocking an elderly woman with a cane to the sidewalk on East broad near fourth. On July 21st. Another woman seated behind the man on Aggie RTC. Paul's buses elbowed in the head twice is a man pretends to be falling backward. You'll find video of the attacks. In our story of news, Radio w. R va dot com. Dave a Monkey Regional Jail, and Hanover is reporting that 70% of the inmates have tested positive for covert 19 Superintendent James Will. It says he enacted pandemic protocols in early March, including setting up in isolation unit issuing P P e, canceling nonessential visits and instituting.

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Virginia Supreme Court denies petition to appeal firearm ban

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia Supreme Court denies petition to appeal firearm ban

"Virginia's top court denies a challenge by gun rights groups might cross here has details on rights groups challenging an executive order issued by Virginia governor Ralph nor them have lost their case before the Virginia Supreme Court the gun proponents wanted to overturn an executive order issued by nor them on Wednesday banning guns on the capitol grounds and an annual gun rights rally next Monday northern recited credible threats in issuing the order and declaring a state of emergency concurrently the F. B. I. announced to the arrest of six men linked to a white supremacist group known as the base at official told the Associated Press at least three of them were planning to attend the rally in Richmond hi Mike

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4 more alleged neo-Nazis arrested before pro-gun rally in Virginia

AP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

4 more alleged neo-Nazis arrested before pro-gun rally in Virginia

"Reports a gun rights group is turned to the Virginia Supreme Court the Virginia citizens defense league and gun owners of America call governor Ralph north Ms ban on guns at the rally an assault on their first and second amendment rights but the judge ruled the governor has the authority to protect safety and welfare in the state citing rulings from the US Supreme Court and other courts that are found the right to bear arms is not unlimited hours before the decision the F. B. I. announced the arrests of three men linked to a violent white supremacist group the governor says they're neo **** who were coming to Richmond amid threats of

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Virginia Supreme Court upholds weapons ban for pro-gun rally next week, rejecting appeal from gun-rights groups

The Savage Nation

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia Supreme Court upholds weapons ban for pro-gun rally next week, rejecting appeal from gun-rights groups

"The Virginia Supreme Court upholds the weapons ban put into place for a pro gun rally Monday in Richmond and the court rejected the appeal from the gun rights group and had argued the ban infringed upon their second amendment rights the governor band all weapons during the rally after receiving what he calls credible threats of armed militia groups storming the

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Been impeached the Senate trial to consider removing him gets up this week next week the Supreme Court will decide a prickly and long debated electoral college question ahead of the November election whether presidential electors have to back their state's popular vote winner or whether they can vote for someone else Wall Street ends the week on another record high the Dow up fifty the S. and P. five hundred up thirteen I'm Jim Johnson double mail news at ten OO to undermine years developing story tonight the Supreme Court of Virginia has ruled up hold governor north inspire our ban on capitol square in Richmond which is now under a state of emergency Attorney General mark hearing today urged the Supreme Court in the Commonwealth to deny petitions by gun rights groups after a lower court rejected their move to stop the band governor north of impose the temporary weapons ban as well as a state of emergency ahead of Monday's planned gun rights rally at the Richmond capital and could we see some bad weather throughout the area tomorrow meteorologist braiding flame with the National Weather Service we're expecting us note over for the area early tomorrow morning to the mid morning hours some of the higher potential higher accumulations across the be across northern and central Maryland northeast Maryland more on that in weather coming up not to be a nagging Danny but have you got your flu shot yet do you see specifically is very widespread right now you're seeing a tremendous amount of full activity this is a particularly bad flu season fox news medical correspondent Dr mark Siegel tells mornings on the mall unfortunately this year's flu shot is not a perfect match it's not as good as we like it we're heading towards universal flu vaccine but we're not there yet but doctor Segal says it's kind of your duty to get the shot because it'll help keep your community as well as yourself from getting the flu John Matthews on WMAL and WMAL dot com in DC police have a suspect in custody after two boys were shot in their home early today DC police say eighteen year old Robert Brown of southeast has been arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon the two boys age eleven fifteen or hit with gunfire with someone opened fire into their home on Waller place also hitting a pit bull in the home the eleven year old was hit the lake the teen has him grains by gunfire both non life threatening injuries the dog was saying to the vet for treatment investigators say the shooting is a result of quote a dispute between known parties WMAL news time cattle for now WMAL trafficking whether or not the carpet cleaning traffics in trouble you Virginia route twenty eight near Compton rose a water main break and that has caused icing conditions on the roadways in that area so please use extreme caution we've already had one collision that no clear to across the Woodrow Wilson bridge generally federal local Israel is running well between the Maryland and Virginia shorelines I'm Jim Levin now from garage door repair dot com to double your mail weather channel forecast tonight cloudy low twenty six.

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Virginia Supreme Court upholds weapons ban for pro-gun rally next week, rejecting appeal from gun-rights groups

Ben Shapiro

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia Supreme Court upholds weapons ban for pro-gun rally next week, rejecting appeal from gun-rights groups

"Developing story tonight the Supreme Court of Virginia has ruled up hold governor north inspire our ban on capitol square in Richmond which is now under a state of emergency Attorney General mark hearing today urged the Supreme Court in the Commonwealth to deny petitions by gun rights groups after a lower court rejected their move to stop the band governor north of impose the temporary weapons ban as well as a state of emergency ahead of Monday's planned gun rights rally at the Richmond

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on AP News

"The Virginia Supreme Court has upheld a ban on firearms in a pro gun rally scheduled in the state's capital next week on Wednesday governor Ralph northern declared a state of emergency and issued an executive order banning all weapons from the capitol grounds in Richmond in issuing the order or them said the state had received credible threats of armed militia groups storming our capital during the annual gun rights rally scheduled for Monday gun rights groups sued to have the ban lifted but a Richmond judge denied the request Thursday and the state Supreme Court upheld the ban Friday I might cross the

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Virginia's highest court upholds weapons ban at gun rally

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia's highest court upholds weapons ban at gun rally

"The Virginia Supreme Court has upheld a ban on firearms in a pro gun rally scheduled in the state's capital next week on Wednesday governor Ralph northern declared a state of emergency and issued an executive order banning all weapons from the capitol grounds in Richmond in issuing the order or them said the state had received credible threats of armed militia groups storming our capital during the annual gun rights rally scheduled for Monday gun rights groups sued to have the ban lifted but a Richmond judge denied the request Thursday and the state Supreme Court upheld the ban Friday I might cross the

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WRVA

"Virginia Supreme Court and so you know hopefully will something there soon I read the the opinion that came down from the judge you heard this yesterday I I mean it sounds like they're relying on previous rulings that say that the governor of Virginia does have a unique authority to in times of emergency secu or stay properties and make informed judgments about how best to protect the citizenry what's what's your push back on that well I mean law action because searching mail we're referring to switch crystal clear he actually can't beat it it's a it's a blanket thing it doesn't say except in on state property so for now the point is if he's claiming something's emergency than than people should be allows and need to be allowed to protect themselves you know like for example is the goal of a trainer you know you had a time when there could be looting and now there's no police running around you just we want to be able to protect yourself in most states now have something like that as well is so we'll see with that what the Supreme Court says but you know deal people coming will you know for sure you'll be able to carry on ninth street which is one place that the overflow crowds gonna be and we we now have a powerful speaker system professional on that should still be there so the voice to be able to reach out but if you want to go on the proper there'll out ten thousand people around the where this blues breeders actually are what were the other you know the by the steps in the that you have to go through the magnetometer you are allowed to have a nice at the plate lesson three inches the following night but the the magnetometer some people aren't inside if you go in the building then you'd have to be disarmed as well all this is all new from my anything we've ever done we never had this issue before in all the years yeah what do you make of the news yesterday.

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3 gun bills, including one handgun a month law, pass Virginia Senate

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

3 gun bills, including one handgun a month law, pass Virginia Senate

"Virginia this morning a defeat in court for gun rights groups they had hoped to convince a judge to overturn a temporary ban on weapons on say capitol grounds a head of a gun rights rally a gun rights groups claim Virginia governor around northern violated not only the U. S. constitution but also state law when he temporarily banned weapons shields and helmets the judge siding with the state saying that the governor can make decisions related to safety and welfare of the state the Virginia citizens defense league was among the organization behind legal challenge its president Philip van cleave says he's surprised by the decision but not done fighting he says they're appealing the decision to the Virginia Supreme Court going around north instead he made the call based on credible threats ahead of the Monday rallying call the decision by the judge the right one

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Stage the supreme court nominees confirmation hearing will start at the, Senate but Democrats are demanding a delay because they argue hundreds of thousands of pages of Kavanagh's work product are still out. There FOX's Peter Doocy at the capital, says Republicans are rejecting that the Senate Judiciary committee says they just dropped eighty-five thousand more pages of info about Kavanagh's time as a lawyer in the Bush White House for a grand total of two hundred eighty seven thousand pages of material for anybody to. Read in, CONGRESS Republicans, say they broke a record for releasing records last. Time the President Trump nominated supreme court Justice. Gorsuch and at this time they put out a hundred thousand pages. More it's a full day in. Prison the first one for, ROY, Oliver the ex cop turned convict in, Texas sends to fifteen years for murder a year after he killed a teenager shooting at a moving cars officers broke up a house party where there was underage drinking in Dallas. County Jordan Edwards was the boy's name is stepmother Charmaine calls the punishment too lenient. She wanted thirty more he actually. Get see life again after, fifteen, years and that's not enough because join, the begin an accused murderers jailed in Illinois. And it was a cigarettes that burned him the stabbing death of twenty two year old Holly Cassano is haunted Champaign county Illinois since. Two thousand nine today her family members in Shock after investigators compared DNA from. A cigarette found the crime scene to a, public genealogy, database there was a, match the sheriff's office arrested Michael f..

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So inmates in many. Of America's. Prisons are getting ready to begin a protest today that includes both work. And hunger. Strikes protesting what they say are. Unacceptable conditions, pointing to violence understaffing and the use of lockdowns but the issue. That's really, uniting the prisoners in this moment is how their labor is used and in their view how their labor is exploited her mind Lopez is. A senior reporter at vox who has been covering this story is, in our studio, in Washington DC from on good morning good morning thanks for having me the thanks for. Coming in and talking, about this I can we start with this labor issue I mean these inmates feel that they are forced. To. Work. And treated. Unfairly Remind us what type of. Jobs they're doing what the conditions are and what's really prompting this sir so the the big thing. Is how much they're paid usually they're not paid about an average and state prisons of twenty cents an hour in. Some cases are not paid anything at all so that kind of colors is entire conversation this is what makes it as they refer to it quote unquote prison slavery and essentially what these jobs entail I mean. They can be anything from doing work for private companies so in the past there have been like things were like Starbucks or Victoria's Secret is. Actually getting products from some some of these inmates and their subcontractors and sometimes these are really maniacal tasks like doing chores around prison sometimes it's. Like cutting. Hair and California big one that all gets attention every year is inmate. Firefighter so. The state actually uses inmate the. That they, volunteer to go out to this these wildfires than they help fight Them putting them in harm's way. It I just want wanna make clear here, mean you said that they they talk about these, things. It's prison slavery this this is technically legal under the. Thirteenth member of the constitution rain right so the thirteen th amendment is what we know as abolishing slavery but one thing that's important. In that amendment is a very clear exception. For for anyone who's been convicted of a crime they, can, still, be, forced. Into involuntary servitude essentially as as. Part of, their punishment and in fact if you go back at. Some super like old, court cases the Virginia supreme court specifically called it slavery shortly after the amendment was passed so it's it's not exactly out of the. Like it's not out of the mainstream necessarily to consider this involuntary. Servitude or slavery as as part of their punishment okay so we're expecting hunger strikes work strikes how. Widespread could this could these protests being in the coming days so we know that at least seventeen states are participating Eating it's not totally clear because it's. Kind of difficult to communicate with people in prison right so but it a protest from inside a prison cells probably difficult, yeah so that that's that's one thing that's, that's inherently difficult here's figuring out exactly. How many people, will be involved but we know that in two thousand sixteen, when similar protests were planned it ended up being the largest protests up to. That point in in prison and thousands of inmates participate at around the country all right.

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Lawmakers vote to impeach all 4 West Virginia Supreme Court justices

Pacifica Evening News

07:59 min | 2 years ago

Lawmakers vote to impeach all 4 West Virginia Supreme Court justices

"West Virginia lawmakers completed the extraordinary move of impeaching all four state, supreme court justices last night for, spending issues including a suspended Justice facing a Twenty-three, count federal indictment the state house. Of delegates voted to impeach Justice Allen Lowrie, on eight articles setting the stage for trial. In the state Senate the impeachment articles said they failed, to control, off Office expenses including more than a. Million dollars in renovations to their individual offices in maintaining policies over matters such as working lunches and the use of state, vehicles and, office computers at home Justice Robin Davis was impeached for half a million dollars in renovations she announced her retirement and, said the state legislature had, misused its, authority for when I legislative body attempts to dismantle, I separate branch of government

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West Virginia, Supreme Court and Heather Myers discussed on Brett Winterble

Brett Winterble

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

West Virginia, Supreme Court and Heather Myers discussed on Brett Winterble

"House a West Virginia supreme court Justice announced her retirement. Today just hours after, her impeachment as the, political upheaval involving the state supreme court there continues CBS news. Jim Casula has detail so West Virginia house has. Voted to impeach all four members so the state supreme court, for, abuse of power a fifth member reside before she. Could be impeached Republican Sharron Malcolm they know better than to do what they've done they need. To, pay the price and step down and make them citizens of West Virginia proud again the West Virginia, Justice has been under fire over using more than three million dollars. In tax, payers money, for office, renovations as well as using state property for

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Top West Virginia judge retires after impeachment vote

24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Top West Virginia judge retires after impeachment vote

"Eighty five. One of the impeached West Virginia supreme. Court justices has announced she's leaving her job I'm Jim Krasula, a clearly angry West. Virginia supreme court Justice Robin Davis has decided to. Retire, after her impeachment by. The West Virginia house what. We are witnessing is a disaster for the rule of. Law the foundation of our state three other West Virginia justices face impeachment on charges of abuse of power over costly office renovations at alleged misuse. Of state property. A fifth Justice also faces possible impeachment Jim Krasula

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"In those high fire risk areas sei has deployed network of hundreds of weather stations in the months ahead they'll be keeping watch on wind in those areas where power lines could be a threat if there's a true public safety issue we proactively look at that circuit and make a determination as to whether or not it makes more sense for us to shut the circuit off that has done toddlers hockey with kanaks he leads the utilities emergency operation center the topic of power lines sparking wildfires it's a touchy one for edison many believe it was in edison power line that sparked the thomas fire even though the cause of that fire is still officially under investigation craig finger knx ten seventy newsradio top west virginia judge has been arrested by federal agents and is now facing a wide range of serious charges west virginia supreme court justice ellen lawfree has been indicted on twenty two federal counts a fraud witness tampering and lying he had been suspended over allegations he repeatedly lied about using his office for personal gain us attorney mike stewart justice the court serious crimes perry was pretending there's an ongoing investigation into lavish spending at the west virginia supreme court jim krasula cbs news after his arrest the judge was freed on bail but is due back in court on friday a catholic cardinal who wants spoke out against priest sexabuse has now been removed from his ministry after being accused of sexually abusing a teenager himself then alleged abuse by former washington dc archbishop theodore mckarrick took place fifty years ago officials say the claims are quote credible and substantiated tim lennon is the president of the priest abuse victims group called snap and he says mccarrick has been in its sights for a long time issues with him going back to two thousand three with him opposing disclosure of child sex abuse and then in two thousand and six when he was opposing to start reforming the statute of limitations carrying says he has no recollection of the alleged abuse for years families in a british city complained that their elderly relatives were being killed off at a local hospital well now an independent investigation kluge that they may have been right they were frail and elderly when they entered the gosport laura memorial hospital but not necessarily dying and yet they died effectively drug to death by staff often over the protests of relatives nap britain's health secretary has confirmed to british lawmakers have over four hundred fifty patients with shortens by clinically inappropriate use of opioid analgesics independent investigators who uncovered what they call institutional abuse at the hospital have no power to prosecute but they're having their report over to british officials and to the police vicki barker cbs news london eleven fifty with look at your money here's frank motech big news in the real estate business we'll say services comedy cushman and wakefield filing for an initial public stock offering with plans to first restructure from its parent company dt's e jersey holdings and reregister as cushman wakefield.

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Uhhuh robert half company a severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for lasalle livingston and grundy counties the storms are moving east engine northwest indiana right now in pre hit pretty hard lee streator area former chicago tanning salon owner mark winner had has been sentenced to ten years in prison for raping a former employee the former tanning salon owner denied attacking the former employee in twenty nine saying it was consensual the victim in the case testified that winner violently restrain her bit her and forced himself on her last month the judge convicted winner on one count of criminal sexual assault and found him guilty of a lesser version of the criminal sexual abuse count after the verdict justin bauer was who was referred to as j b during the trial went public telling abc seven i would just like to say to any victim effectual fault that i hope you can hear my story and maintain hope does a passage of time despite obstacles despite what theme by the end of the road don't give up persevere again mark winter sentenced today to thirteen years in prison illinois's judicial inquiry board is trying to get a cook county judge suspended without pay judge jessica aaron rodgers brian refused to resign after being found guilty of fraud by a federal grand jury in february it involved mortgage fraud scheme that took place before she became a judge sometimes reports at the illinois supreme court suspended her law license she filed paperwork seeking retention and records show she still being paid as a cook county judge but does no judicial work so the state's judicial inquiry board is asking the illinois courts commission to suspend o'brien without pay us attorney general jeff sessions is asking the supreme court to decide whether chicago can be a sanctuary city and still receive federal law enforcement grants bill cameron says mayor emanuel is welcoming the challenge police graduation of two hundred thirty officers the mayor vowed to stand firm against the trump justice department of the supreme court chicago will always welcome people from all parts of the country all parts of the world but to be partners with our police department and we will not let a wedge develop between the police and neighborhoods and residents throughout the city of chicago even if it requires defending those values and the ideals of community policing in the supreme court of the united states against trump justice department ram has been winning this argument in the lower courts but doj is trying to at least limit his went to chicago only not across the country at city hall bill cameron wls amy daddy knew l s news time five zero four and look at.

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That level are meeting at the highest level so we'll see what what happens terry former analysts at the thanks so much a ruling by the united states supreme court affects just how much police can do when they grow curious about your home the court ruled that police may not search the area around a private home without a warrant even when they have good reason to think they're still in property on the premises here's npr legal affairs correspondent nina totenberg by an eight to one vote the court said that police can't just walk out the private driveway are under a car patio or a garden to see if there's proof of a crime there such an invasion of private property the court said cannot be justified under the exception the court has carved out to allow police to stop vehicles for traffic violations and where justified to search the car without a warrant the case began when a man on an orange and black motorcycle twice if aided police in virginia after some investigation police were able to figure out who the likely motorcycle rider was and where he lived at least most of the time at his girlfriend's house office david rhodes drove to the address and saw what appeared to be a similar motorcycle under a tarp he walked up the driveway pulled off the tarp took down the license plate number and ran a search on it which revealed the motorcycle was stolen collins who later admitted he bought the bike without title was arrested and convicted of receiving stolen property at each stage of the case collins lawyer challenged the warrantless search contending that the evidence was illegally obtained and thus could not be used against his client at each stage collins lost now normally when police searched her home or the private property around it which is known as the curdle edge they have to get a warrant but the virginia supreme court ruled that the warrantless search of the bike was justified under the socalled automobile exception to the warrant requirement the us supreme court disagreed writing for the court majority justice sonia sotomayor said that the heart of the constitution's protection of curdle which is the right to retreat into one's own home and there be free from unreasonable government intrusion just like the front porch the.

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Supreme court affects just how much police can do when they grow curious about your home the court ruled that police may not search the area around a private home without a warrant even when they have good reason to think they're stolen property on the premises here's npr legal affairs correspondent nina totenberg by an eight to one vote the court said that police can't just walk up a private driveway are under a car patio or a garden to see if there's proof of a crime there such an invasion of private property the court said cannot be justified under the exception the court has carved out to allow police to stop vehicles for traffic violations and where justified to search the car without a warrant the case began when a man on an orange and black motorcycle twice if aidid police in virginia after some investigation police were able to figure out who the likely motorcycle rider was and where he lived at least most of the time at his girlfriend's house office david rhodes drove to the address and saw what appeared to be a similar motorcycle under a tarp he walked up the driveway pulled off the tarp took down the license plate number and ran a search on it which revealed the motorcycle was stolen collins who later admitted he bought the bike without title was arrested and convicted of receiving stolen property at each stage of the case collins lawyer challenged the warrantless search contending that the evidence was illegally obtained and thus could not be used against his client at each stage collins lost now normally when police searched a home or the private property around it which is known as the curdle edge they have to get a warrant but the virginia supreme court ruled that the warrantless search of the bike was justified under the socalled automobile exception to the warrant requirement the us supreme court disagreed writing for the court majority justice sonia sotomayor said that the heart of the.

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WCHS

"I welcome back hour number two let me finish this thought and i'm going to go to kenny bass i want to get back into this fact versus speculation concerning federal investigation the west virginia supreme court specifically minutes catch him and alan lawfree speculation minutes ketchum has resigned or is going to resign and he's cleaned out his office put that under the speculation category i do not believe he's got his office i understand that he carried some boxes out of his office that could have been very innocent it could have been taking stuff to his attorney it could have been taking some things home that he had brought in for whatever reason i do not believe he's cleaned out his office so i'm addressing that speculation speculation that the us attorney's office has offered deals to catch him and lawfree putting that under the speculation category and i tell you why i don't know what to be fact number one and number two is that we know there's a federal investigation we know the grand jury is meeting and it is very common practice in these investigations for the us attorney's office to offer deals to the subject of the investigations and sometimes people take the many times people take those deals because they don't want to risk going to trial because if you're convicted the sentencing guidelines would mean you'd spend a lot more time in jail than if you took the deal speculation reasonable speculation that law ferrari and ketchum have been offered deals speculation fact if you're gonna resign and take a deal or are you going to resign or you got bad news the best time to minimize the coverage of it would be.

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WCHS

"Here in west virginia there to jackpot games you can play from the west virginia watery powerball drawings on wednesdays and saturdays mega millions has drawings on tuesdays and fridays the powerball jackpot is one hundred forty two mig into mega millions jackpot is eighty million if if i do not i normally try to respond to as many emails texan tweets as possible if i don't respond to you today not because i didn't read them or don't want to i got some some internet issues here today it looks like the traffic is coming in little trouble getting the traffic out so i just want to give you that explanation so you don't feel like i'm rude and not responding to you earlier this week the audit was released by the way slate of auditor that showed more evidence of questionable spending by the west virginia supreme court the new report by the legislative auditor on vehicle use by justices allen you minutes catch him combined with earlier media reports about the court spending according to the audit quote show a complete lack of regard for principles of fiscal prudence and responsibility possibly more troubling is that the court did not follow federal and state tax walls reporting use of the vehicles as taxable benefit even though the audit said there's substantial evidence the court knew how to properly calculate the taxable tax liability of that fringe benefit mike pushkin is a democratic delegate from connecticut he's been a frequent critic of the courts since this all i came to light several months ago and he joins us on metronews talkline mike good morning how are you sir.

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WCHS

"They end up back with her parents but more often than not they do not and we are trying to recruit more foster parents that that's difficult to do many of our children are in in the hands of of their grandparents which were so thankful for or extended family uncles aunts and other so we're looking at every avenue possible to to get these kids cared for and safe and again that goes back to our cps workers who who who who really do an outstanding job i just can't say enough about they're kind of the unsung heroes and and they're really the backbone of our childcare system they really are and as you said i can't imagine that and they're not that well paid they must be we dedicated they have to go as you say up the roadway tonight when they get a call they go in god knows what they're gonna find they might find and if you read these if you read these cases you can go online at the west virginia supreme court and read some of these cases is look for the initials or they might go into a home and the adults quote unquote or passed out or they're snorting drugs order shooting up and the kids are their kids are there i mean i get a lot of texts and calls from people say well if people choose to do drugs that's up to them and just let them do what they're gonna do but what if these kids in the house yeah they're the they're the they're the by product of this problem shifting those do you think by adding those workers that that will make a dent or just keep up with the keep up with the flow.

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Those of last week tonight after hbo risk segment criticizing him in the coal industry a judge quite rightly i think through that out uh murray energy says will appeal to the west virginia supreme court the judge wrote he thought lawyers for hbo oliver put forth wellfounded inappropriate arguments dismissed the case scientists the thing about like the first amendment something like that i guess the first of him it doesn't protect against defamation but uh did you do too all right i'm going to call it you're gonna call if one were only earlier to the show that's it in other or visit any in ulsan other on inked so no the i take you to the ecsc thing leo i think sometimes you leave stop out a look through no by god you're gonna lose it this show why watch a stop to the show is dead i i feel like i'm sorry i'm not very energetic none of the news it's a real we could only cover what happens what happens we got it will not make it up gullit with time a heck it up stacey do you have an item a thing he would like to talk about or should i go to jeff first i i don't have a thing i am in search of us thing and i am dismayed because i cannot find it said of the thing person you're that you're that you're the night zelerina of things i know andrew the internet of things there are no new things done their their hey shut down the internet and the entire world of iot as just shut down because stacy has run out of things theory has there are no more figs people this is a crisis of things we are a thing lewis is show has been car dash fascinated kurt as hesitated no snow how case ansi jeff your number of the week i got three or four god's overstays outrage you'll make up for my lack excellent though so soggy one that is all due to number so.

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WCHS

"Book for me however hoppy the main reason was in at the end of the previous decade when uh joe matching was governor of west virginia he commissioned and organize the comprehensive uh examination of our judicial structure and the creation of the you know what i mean we're look was one of its uh recommendations ten years ago uh and that was before the uh wolves will tell procedure which changed so that the supreme court was reviewing and and as they say that now every single case uh if you go back and read you that report that was issued in two thousand the nahrin it said clearly the by any nice uh the west virginia supreme court of appeals is among the busiest how courts in america because that was back that was in two thousand not actually cited that by commentary today but aren't the number of appeals actually down i mean we're not going often appeals ali coming down in appeals they they are down a little bit that's true they're they're down will little uh i don't think that time will be permanent and it's marches but think of what's happened since then hoppy the uh the supreme court has changed tools who pal procedure and they had decided to undertake review an issue opinions air every single case that they were see and so in that regard i think the court maybe busier now than it was in two thousand and finally tell a trump is whether she is the chairman of the senate judiciary committee the senate has also advanced source it's out to the four now the proposal through um uh the joint resolution that if it gets twothirds vote in both chambers would then go to the voters which would change the constitution and allow for the legislature to have control over the judiciary is budget the concern their trolley is that you guys would in short politics into the budget of the judiciary and the judiciary would lose some of its independence or the pub or judiciary when it was making when this week was making a decision him i think wow this is going to haul cough lawmakers we'd better be careful about this honey respond to that uh i could come it certainly worth thinking about we watch we want absolutely and then pens it independent judiciary uh.

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on WCHS

"The fiscal issues the opioid epidemic the creating jobs creating an environment for jobs to be created as well as these social issues that so many west virginians find important and valuable through what would you concede or do you believe that if you are able to pass passed this before he would become wall guess what it's going to be europe's tears on the third four before the west virginia supreme court to revisit the issue i think that is a very fair assessment because but like many of the previous legislation say pass for instance my first year in a legislature we passed the 20minute can capable bell and in fact the governor vetoed it on the premise that it was an unconstitutional piece of legislation but to my knowledge it has yet to be challenged as with any bill we passed in the legislature it is always subject to the to the legality determined by the supreme court so the of course this very well may go to the supreme court and if it does i believe that they will side with the legislature unbelieving that's this bill is one hundred percent constitutionally sound through appeals kills drew republican or from for your owners should we will be introduced we are working on getting sponsors now so hopefully with by the end of the week when you may of democrats israel's republicans will i hope so yes it's a bipartisan issue groups you get to see if thank you care would kissinger republican figure out coin continues right after this west virginia hospitals are transforming the culture of healthcare by teaming with community strove group wellness streamline care control healthcare we are community partners covering the full spectrum of healthcare services and focusing on valuedriven approaches to improve overall haitian help i am jill acknowledged with.

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"virginia supreme court" Discussed on We The People

We The People

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"virginia supreme court" Discussed on We The People

"Yes and can i respect at one thing uh st said before i do that of course okay so am my one quibble with with his statement about the the original he suggested that there was sort of a a universe soul feeling about equality um in among the founders of the country and at least if is is it pertains to black people i don't think that it was universal is certainly there are examples of proud a patriots at the founding of the country of freeing their slaves but there was a by the time of the founding of the country a a conception of white supremacy that a lot of people held a including thomas jefferson who never fruit freed his sleigh it um and from the founding forward the only person sue could become an act like could attends were free white people um so there was this concept of white supremacy they missed the that was part of the dogma that supported any any miscegenation laws um and and i just wanted to i i think it more complicated than than been steve presents after brown be board was decided in a case called name be name of supreme court has decided uh in that case the virginia supreme court and was it was an in it was a hmm an any miscegenation case in which a couple of a chinese a an asian man eno a white woman were married in convicted under the racial integrity act um the virginia prrime supreme court defended the right of the state prevent quote the corruption of the blood.

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