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Please join me as I sit down for a few minutes with Josh Wingate. You might remember Josh as one of the creepiest soap opera villains in recent memory, General Hospital's Carter, who popped back up in Port Charles a few days ago. Mr. Wingate has also guest starred in several other projects such as Castle, which happens to be one of my favorite shows of all time. We'll chat about that, his upcoming projects (that he's allowed to talk about) & I'll ask several fun, quirky questions that will allow you guys to get to know him better as a person.
Continued from last week, in which we had technical difficulty, we will explore why so many advocates have been so angry about the continued presence of the Judge Rotenberg Center.
We will also discuss how and why this place has been allowed to operate in America for over forty years, and how we can make progress moving forward on the civil and human rights front regarding people with disabilities.
Former episodes on the JRC by ICAA Radio: With advocate George Deabold Wih Senator Brian Joyce With Represenative Scibak With guest "Linda"
Other info: JFA blog Mother Jones ICAA website
We're going to bring you the latest news and updates on the Judge Rotenberg Center.
The JRC, as it is known by advocates, has been a thorn in our nation's side for over four decades. Many have referred to the "treatments" at the center as torture, abuse, and discrimination of people with disabilities, specifically autism.
Susan Wingate interviews Dana Stabenow with the new organization, StoryKnife. Writing retreats for women. Based on the concept of Hedgebook in WA State, StoryKnife is in Alaska.
Only God can judge me! Don't judge me! Who are you to judge me? What does all that really mean? We hear about "judging" people all the time, but judging means different things to different people. Don't talk about what I'm doing, who knows what you are doing behind closed doors!! i don't have time to be judging somebody else, I gotta worry about myself! Judge, Judging, Judgement. Join us on Real Talk Radio, this and every Sunday from 10am -12pm est, as we discuss this topic. Call 661 449 9951 to listen live, or to add your voice to the conversation.
Right to counsel is violated every day.
Every day in thousands of courtrooms across the nation, from trial courts that handle felony cases to limited jurisdiction justice of the peace courts, the right to counsel is violated. Leadership to make change must be driven by state leaders. Leadership to make change must be driven by state Supreme Court justices and judges at every other level. Bar leaders and ordinary citizens must speak out for fairness.
Judges conduct hearings in which people accused of crimes and children accused of delinquency appear without lawyers. Some are middle class and therefore not eligible for appointed lawyers. Many plead guilty without lawyers. Others plead guilty and are sentenced after learning about plea offers from lawyers they met moments before. They are afraid and intimidated by the courts. Innocent people plead guilty to get out of jail. Too many plead guilty with no idea that there are collateral consequences that could change their lives.
Can today’s reality be changed? There is no substitute for adequate and stable financing of the right to counsel. The system of justice and its leaders must take a stronger stance against inadequate representation.Convicting innocent people is unacceptable in a civilized society, and the odds of that happening increase dramatically if the standard of acceptable practice in giving lawyers to the poor remains what it is today.
Kevin S. Burke is a District Judge in Hennepin County, Minnesota. The Hennepin County District Court has 62 judges and more than 750,000 cases filed per year. Judge Burke was elected for four terms as Chief Judge and three terms as Assistant Chief Judge. He teaches trial practice at the University of Minnesota Law School and criminal procedure at the University of St. Thomas Law School.
Normally, Joshua Graham hosts with Susan Wingate, but this week he sits in the hot seat as she interviews him about his latest novel, TERMINUS. "Joshua Graham's TERMINUS is a fantastic read in every definition of that word." ~James Rollins, New York Times bestseller of The Blood Gospel "Terminus will be remembered as one of the BEST books of 2013. A must read." ~J.M. LeDuc, Award Winning author of Cursed Days
Join us as we welcome Former Judge Leonard Frieling!!!
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Premise-Does God tell us not to judge? Bibles answer-No He does not.
Lets let God decide whose right or wrong, by examining His Word!
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