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  • 00:19

    Quick Take Ohio: A Toolkit to Help Reduce Solitary Confinement

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    Quick Take Ohio: A Toolkit for Correctional Facilities to Help Reduce the Use of Solitary Confinement
    In March 2015, the Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators (CJCA) published a Toolkit to Reduce the Use of Isolation. This Toolkit is intended to guide leadership of youth correctional facilities in changing cultures that rely on solitary confinement as a behavior management tool. The Toolkit is another recent acknowledgment that the regular use of seclusion is not good for youth and must end. Ned Loughran, CJCA's Executive Director, joins this Quick Take Ohio to discuss the Toolkit, its components, and some promising practices.

  • 00:30

    Olympic Animal Sanctuary ~ and other lies

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    I would like to address the accusations being flung at OAS & Steve Markwell. It goes much deeper then just some bad photos & dogs living in cages. I have written about 9 stories to help people understand but instead of "getting it" it just seems to confuse people even more. I will try this venue to see if I can get my point across some other way.

  • 00:38

    August 2017 Chicago Bankruptcy Question and Answer Podcast with Joseph Wrobel

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    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel answers real people's frequently asked questions about bankruptcy and how it can affect their life and finances in edition of the monthly bankruptcy FAQ podcast series. 
    Sample questions in this 30-minute show:
    When can a bankruptcy be removed from my credit report? Will I lose my US citizenship or be deported if I file for bankruptcy? If you file for bankruptcy, is every credit card you have included? Can another party collect from me in small claims court if I am in bankruptcy? If I file for bankruptcy, can I keep my home and my car if I was never late on those? Joseph Wrobel has been a practicing attorney since 1973 and has experience in a wide variety of law relating to legal matters for individuals and families. Wrobel helps clients get out of debt and get a fresh start. He is an active member in several bar associations and the Bankruptcy Panel of Pro Bono Program of the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. After serving the U.S. Army Reserve 363rd Civil Affairs Unit, Wrobel earned a B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University and in 1973, he earned a JD from DePaul University Law School.
    Follow Joseph Wrobel, Ltd. on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Avvo, to read client reviews! www.ChicagoBankruptcy.com (312) 781-0996.

  • 00:11

    Promoting and Improving Health and Safety in the Workplace

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    The Occupational Health and Safety Regulation requires that all small businesses have an occupational health and safety program. A health and safety program is a process for managing the prevention of work-related injuries and diseases in the workplace.  As a small business owner and employer, you have a responsibility to your employees to ensure their health and safety in the workplace. Learn how on our next show.
    Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com bill@wfblegalconsulting.com 949.698.6222
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    Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com rick@captivate365.com 949.667.1182
    The Bottled Business Sense Show provides practical business perspectives that uniquely emphasize both legal and media marketing strategies that protect and insure the longevity of your business.

  • 00:32

    How to prepare for divorce and why people file in August, with Mark Scroggins

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    Welcome to the Rule Scroggins Family Law podcast series. This program features Texas Board Certified family law attorneys Keeli Rule and Mark Scroggins who share information about issues affecting Texas families in divorce and family law. 
    How to prepare for divorce and why people file in August, with Mark Scroggins
    Why late summer is a very popular time to file for divorce Kids going back to school or being old enough to go to school How to prepare for a divorce case, even before you see your divorce attorney Managing things proactively so you can keep control, such as social media content Late summer divorce filings may lead to temporary orders being set before the holidays Board certified in family law, Mark L. Scroggins is an aggressive and experienced trial attorney with a sound understanding of business matters that serves him well in family law. An accomplished speaker and author, Mr. Scroggins has practiced family law throughout the state of Texas for over 20 years. He has written about family law matters for Texas Lawyer and numerous other periodicals and has spoken before numerous organizations and corporate clients.
    Dallas, Denton and Collin County Board Certified divorce and family law attorneys, Keeli Rule and Mark Scroggins, along with their team at Rule Scroggins, PLLC work to make sure clients are in a good place, not only before or during their divorce, but also afterwards as they get back to normal.

  • 00:32


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    Hosted by criminal defense lawyer Elizabeth Kelley, CelebrityCourt counts down the top celebrity legal news stories of the week  In this episode, she talks with Solomon Wisenberg, head of the White Collar Division at the DC firm of Nelson Mulins, LLP, about the latest in the legal matters of former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell; Wesley MacNeil Oliver, professor at Duquesne University School of Law, about the upcoming trial of Bill Cosby; and Lisa Bloom, attorney and legal analyst for NBC and Avvo.com, about the settlement between Gretchen Carlson and Roger Ailes.  http://www.elizabethkelleylaw.com  @CelebCourt. 

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    Kuzyk Law's "Fighting for Justice" Radio

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    Kuzyk Law's "Fighting for Justice" Radio with Attorney's Reid Breitman, Mark Leonardo, and Robert Ryan Call Kuzyk Law at (661) 945-6969
    San Diego student forced to urinate in bucket wins $1.25M lawsuit
    A California Superior Court jury has ordered the San Diego Unified School District to pay $1.25 million to a former student who, after her bathroom break request was denied, was forced to pee in a bucket. The incident occurred at the Patrick Henry High School on Feb. 22, 2012. The school district denied the student's initial claim seeking $25,000 but the California jury voted in favor of the student. The student said the incident fueled gossip, lewd texts, depression and a suicide attempt. The San Diego Unified School District's lawyers said the teacher never intended to embarrass the student, arguing she attempted to find a solution in a lapse of judgement to what she mistakenly believed was a strict no-bathroom-break policy, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported. the nature of recalls to change if over-the-air updates can make cars safer..
    Famous celebrity wrongful death suits
    OJ Simpson The former actor and NFL running back was found not guilty of the 1994 murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, his ex-wife, and her friend Ron Goldman. Family members of the couple filed a wrongful death suit against Simpson, who was found liable in 1997. Simpson was ordered to pay more than $33 million in damages to the families of the victims, according to Biography.com.
    Robert Blake In 2005, the 1970s-era TV star was acquitted by a jury in the death of his second wife, Bonny Lee Bakley. Just eight months later, however, a civil jury found that he killed Bakley or had someone else kill her and ordered him to pay $30 million to her children, according to The Washington Post

  • 00:33

    An overview of current and future osteopathic medicine with Dr. Karen Nichols

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    Today’s podcast interview with Dr. Karen Nichols, focuses on osteopathic medicine and how osteopaths are different from traditional medical doctors. In the next 30 minutes Karen will talk to us about the whole person approach to osteopathic medicine, treatment and care. 
    Topics covered in this 30-minute interview:
    Similarities and differences between MDs and osteopathic physicians A rise in the osteopathic profession and an increase in women osteopaths The Institute of Medicine of Chicago and its role in osteopathic medicine Career opportunities in, and the future of osteopathic medicine Karen J. Nichols, DO, MA, MACOI, CS is the Dean of the Midwestern University/Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. Prior to serving as Dean, she was Assistant Dean, Post Doctoral Education and Division Director (chair), Internal Medicine at the Midwestern University/Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Nichols a graduate of the Kansas City University College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCU-COM) with a DO degree and an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters. She has a Masters degree in Management with a specialty in Healthcare Administration from Central Michigan University. Dr. Nichols served as president of the American Osteopathic Association, president of the Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association and president of the American College of Osteopathic Internists. She is presently on the board of the Osteopathic International Alliance.

  • 00:31

    Understanging Hospice Benefits and Recommended Legal Documents

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    Lady Lawyer LIve and Margaret Welsh will present this informational show!
    As we age, we need to think about end-of-life planning. This type of planning is best done when there is no imminent health care issue and one's mind is clear. While emergency planning can be done, it is best if planning is done well in advance of the need for end-of-life decisions.
    Part of the planning that people need to not only includes preparing all their Advance Directives but also understanding what they are legally entitled to.  One of those things is a hospice benefit that they have been paying into for years through their tax dollars (such as Medicare and Medicaid) or through their insurance (including Private Insurance policies and Tricare) or if someone has none of those payor sources (or know someone in this situation), hospice is a healthcare option that will provide care at no charge (unreimbursed/charity care).  Getting “all your ducks in a row” includes preparing the important legal documents known as Advance Directives and understanding what your options are in regards to end of life care so that you can truly make informed decisions and let your loved ones know what you want!

  • 00:45

    SOS Witches Court locked up Broadcaster Chris Cave Psychiatric Hospital!

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     The witches court has locked him in a  psychiatric hospital, due to his political beliefs, for over  a month PRIOR TO HIS COMPETENCY HEARING !  He has been  moved to Clark County Nevada Jail. Chris has a competency  hearing today, Friday 6/23/2017 @ 9am Pacific time.  Competency Judge Jennifer Togliatti 702-671-4395 needs to  hear from us that Chris is not only competent, he is  brilliant and this entire patriot persecution stinks of  exactly what the Soviet Union did to Alexander Solzhenitsyn,  author of Gulag Archipelago. The Vicar General is out of  town so we have been referred to Arch Bishop Pepe'  702-735-9605. Call him and respectfully require his  intervention for Chris' immediate release. Chris is no  danger to himself or others; that is the legal standard for  mandatory psychiatric incarceration. If the Arch Bishop  requires payment, ask him to take it out of your Cestui  trust (pursuant to the Cestui que Vie Act of 1666). The case  number for Chris Cave is: C-17-320454-1.

  • 00:27

    Talking NFL Sports

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    Join me and Scott as we talk the upcoming NFL season