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It has been rumored around the blogesphere that Israel is going to International Criminal Court.
Every year a few get caught in the United States spying in vatious areas of intel. Most of the time they are simply kicked out of America back to Israel. I am waiting to see when it becomes news in America and other than Al Jazerra reporting it. It may be a long stretch of time but it will happen. I just hope I am around to see it. That is when Palestine will surely be top dog in the peace process.
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Perry on Donk indictment: "I wouldn’t change a thing"; "Criminal" politics used against Perry, Walker, Christie, D'Souza - and they're far from the first; Video surfaces of drunk DA accusing Governor Perry of "abuse of power" (an encore presentation); Rich Lowry catches up to me on the real Donk motivations for the Perry persecution; Three diametrically opposed forces are now in play in Ferguson; Is the enemedia the new criminal justice system? For whites and Republicans....yes! It! Is!; Contra smug liberals, riots in Missouri are a far cry from sectarian violence in the Middle East - but they're getting there.
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Ryan Christian Else is a graduate of the University of St. Thomas School of Law’s class of 2011. Prior to admission to the Minnesota Bar, Ryan was a law clerk for Brockton D. Hunter, P.A. for a year and a half and an extern with the Honorable Judge Anne McKeig in the Hennepin County Family Court before being brought on as an associate. Along with Brock, Ryan has served as an editor and an author of the book entitled The Attorney’s Guide to Defending the Veteran in Criminal Court.
Prior to law school, Ryan served seven years as an Army Infantryman, reaching the rank of Sergeant and serving in Kosovo in 2004. He then studied International Studies at American University, focusing on transnational crime and corruption and earning a Bachelor of Arts with Summa Cum Laude honors.
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Guest: Abayomi Azikwe-the Editor of the Pan-Afrikan News Wire will give an analysis on the International Criminal Court. The court has issued an arrest warrant for Leader Muammar Gadhafi, his son Saif Islam Gadhafi and Abdullah Al-Sanusi, head of Libyan Intelligence.
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We’ve heard (and experienced) so much wrong with the family court system. Judges don’t get it, the process is another way to abuse a partner, the courts and other professionals are making money hand over fist because of all the extra counsellors and shrinks they are requiring to determine custody…the list goes on and on. So what being done about it? What should family courts look like and who’s going to get them that way?
Shawn C. Marsh, Ph.D., is the Chief Program Officer over Juvenile Law at the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges headquartered at the University of Nevada - Reno. He’s a researcher and teacher and he knows why family courts need to change and how to make that happen. He knows about psychology and the law, adolescent development, resiliency, and juvenile justice. He’s published numerous articles in scholarly journals such as Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice and Victims & Offenders, as well as chapters in textbooks such as Correctional Psychiatry and Juvenile Crime and Justice. See if you agree with his thoughts and comments, and let us know how you are making a difference when it comes to family courts.
Small claims court has many different rules and procedures than other courts. It has many more of the elements “as seen on tv,” as very little is documents or correspondence is exchanged between attorneys, or the plaintiff and defendant. Usually attorneys are retained on a flat fee basis, and work is not performed hourly. Discovery rarely happens because the court wants to keep everything moving. A defendant does not even need to file an answer or disclose witnesses in small claims court. If a defendant chooses not to file an answer, the court will assume all allegations are denied. You are allowed to file additional pleadings, such as a counterclaim, but must ask the court for leave to file it. Many surprises can happen the day of trial, since both sides are uncertain as to who will be called as a witness and what evidence will be presented. Both parties will see all documents each side will offer up for the first time at trial. All rules of evidence do apply in small claims court, but in order to enhance efficiency, the court and counsel are usually more relaxed on objections when a witness is testifying or when a document is being requested to be admitted into evidence. Although small claims court is in the same court as all other litigation, it truly has its own policies and procedures.
Assistant State Attorney Gino Feliciani for Circuit Court Judge Group 37
Gino Feliciani has been an attorney for 23 years and has been serving the State of Florida for 22 of those years. In 1991 he began his career at the Office of the Public Defender for the 18th Circuit of Florida in Sanford. While at the Public Defender’s Office Gino tried nearly 100 cases ranging from misdemeanor offenses to serious felony offenses.
In 1997 Gino was recruited by the State Attorney’s Office in Seminole County to prosecute Sex crimes and Child Abuse Cases. Gino has also served as County Court Division Chief, Felony Division Chief and is presently the Sex Crime and Child Abuse Division Chief, a position he has held since 2008. Gino has tried nearly 100 cases as a prosecutor and between 2005 and 2009 tried 10 First Degree Murder cases. Gino is a member of the Multi-Disciplinary Task Team for the Kid’s House of Seminole and has served for the past seven years. Gino was also an active board member of the Sexual Assault Victim Services for Seminole and Brevard Counties from 2010 to 2014.
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