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Coming up… Attorney Frank Carson on the Back Story
During her campaign for re-election DA Birgit Fladager said, “Frank Carson defended Mayor Sabatino.”
Frank Carson was not elected, but Fladagers office failed to convict Mayor Sabatino, despite an out-of-town judge and almost $1 million in resources from the taxpayers. Frank Carson had an advantage he dealt with the truth.
Sheriff Adam Christianson led an eight year investigation of AJ bail bonds followed by a five-month trial in which AJ Pontillo was exonerated and DA Dave Harris was exposed for his utter incompetence. One juror said, “The DA thought we were stupid.” Frank Carson had an advantage he dealt with the truth.
Frank Carson defended whistleblower Frank Drummond, who was accused of sexual abuse. The jury voted 11 to 1 for acquittal. The jury foreman was disappointed that they could not deliver a unanimous vote. Frank Carson had an advantage he dealt with the truth.
When DA Beth De Jung announced that the DA would not retry case, she engaged in further character assassination to explain why she lost.
These DA’s lost their “victories” because they did not seek justice.
More with Frank Carson at 11:30
LIVE with Attorney Mark Overall - The Attack On Black Lawyers In Alabama
Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder will recap the 4/21/2015 Moreno Valley City Council meeting and discuss the "separation" of City Attorney Suzanne Bryant. They will talk about the FBI raid in the City of Beaumont on City Hall and the company Urban Logics.
On todays episode Gin, Kris and Simone discuss the Aaron Hernandez trail with guest attorney and sports host A.J. Lawrence. We also give our predictions on the NBA playoffs and the NBA MVP.
Judicial Watch broke the story of ISIS having a camp just eight miles from El Paso, Tx. and now the plot thickens. Michael Brown's family have filed a "wrongful death" lawsuit against Ferguson. Loretta Lynch has been confirmed as the new Attorney General with the help of ten progressives within the Republican Party. The Ohio House has passed a bill that would ban abortion after a heartbeat can be detected. Danny Page will join us at the bottom of the first hour. This and more as time allows.
The Senate voted 56-43 to confirm Loretta Lynch as the country's first black female attorney general In an unexpected turn, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) voted with all Democrats to confirm Lynch after slow-walking her nomination.The other Republicans who voted for Lynch were Sens. Orrin Hatch (UT), Lindsey Graham (SC), Jeff Flake (AZ), Thad Cochran (MS), Susan Collins (ME), Mark Kirk (IL), Kelly Ayotte (NH), Ron Johnson (WI) and Rob Portman (OH)."Today, the Senate finally confirmed Loretta Lynch to be America’s next Attorney General – and America will be better off for it," President Barack Obama said in a statement. "Loretta has spent her life fighting for the fair and equal justice that is the foundation of our democracy. Loretta’s confirmation ensures that we are better positioned to keep our communities safe, keep our nation secure, and ensure that every American experiences justice under the law."
Baltimore Reaction: Cries from the Ashes & A Word from Attorney Sherri Jefferson
As the National Guard troops and the governor's office have descended upon Baltimore following reactions to the possible murder of local resident, Freddie Gray, a 25-year old African American male, this episode will discuss how residents of Baltimore reacted to his death and how their reactions turned into protests, which the media alleged quickly turned into reactions involving fires, theft and physical altercations. However, over 2000 people march upon City Hall without incident of violence.
The real question is whether Baltimore residents represent the meaningful attitudes of most Americans or whether the actions or reactions of Sunday's events represent a small segment of society. Attorney Sherri Jefferson and the African American Juvenile Justice project are reminded of the arrest of 235 people, which includes 34 juveniles as of airing of this episode.
Plan of Action not Reaction!
Join me & special guest, Orlando's very own, Attorney Natalie Jackson! You may have seen her on CNN giving us the play-by-play as the nation watched & listened to the trial surrounding Florida vs. GZ in the killing of Trayvon Martin. She also kept us abreast on the injustices of The deaths of Jordan Davis, Eric Garner, & Michael Brown. Now all eyes are on the city of Baltimore and State Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby and her pledge to the residents & youth of the city to seek justice in the death of Mr. Freddie Gray.
Passion for LEGAL Fashion Shopping for an Attorney
An Attorney that Never Loses a Care Gerry Spence of Jackson, Wyoming
Finding a lawyer - Things to remember from people who know
News the Matters - Miller stil Matters
Prisoner's Perspective - Angola 2 Prayer Vigil - Albert Woodfox 43 years Solitary Confinement & FREE MUMIA
Events of Interest - Transitioning form THE MOVEMENT TO THE MOVEMENT
Upcoming 3 of 21 - Mindset Manangement Monday with Robyn Gaskins Smith, Success Builders Consulting
Success Builders Consulting
Enjoy this candid-"No Chaser" discussion about Police Brutality with famed and esteemed Civil Rights Attorney, John Burris. He represented Rodney King (deceased) against the City of Los Angeles, as well as the family of Oscar Grant, who was killed by a police officer on New Year's Eve in California and whose story was portrayed in the true to life film: Fruitvale Station. He has been in the trenches on notable Police Brutality cases; he has current cases in the Supreme Court and he continues to fight for justice where injustice is found.
You can read his full bio at: http://www.johnburrislaw.com/John-L-Burris-Biography.shtml
Attorney Cynthia Kouril talks about NYS Senator Dean Skelos