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Wells Fargo Co.’s aggressive sales culture is drawing hundreds of comments from readers who said in emails and online comments that the bank opened accounts they never sought and charged them fees on those accounts without their knowledge.The fees assessed ranged from monthly maintenance charges on unauthorized checking, savings and bank card accounts to charges for being overdrawn on those accounts or not paying balances down, according to customers and a lawsuit filed this week by the city of Los Angeles.
Many have been unfairly harrassed by police, driving whie black, sitting while black, walking while black, breathing while black, that seems to be the only offense they committed. But blackness is not a crime, and of the 250,000 stop and frisk incidents recorded by police in the first quarter of 2015, the vast majority were African Americans, who were let go without any charges. This is unconstitutional, and today's guests, from the lawfirm of Romanucci and Blandin, will explain the Federal Class Action lawsuit filed on behalf of those who have been unlawfully stopped and searched by police. Rev. Paul Jakes has organized an effort to spread the word to those who have been harrassed without cause within the last two years to enable them to be a part of the lawsuit.
Have you ever been pulled over by police and made to get out of the car? Have you ever been "patted down" for weapons, in other words, frisked? Have you ever been ordered to pull down your pants and spread the cheeks of your posterior? Unwanted touching is sexual assault, and yet police have been allowed to inflict this kind of abuse on citizens with no consequences. Refusal to submit can lead to further abuse, arrest, even killing. Citizens in Chicago are fighting back, with a lawsuit against the police for racially motivated "stop and frisk" procedures in which there is no probable cause for being stopped and no reports even filed of the incidents. In the city of Baltimore the people are rioting int he streets and across the nation, victims of police brutality are boiling over when officials refuse to punish acts of violence and assault committed by police officers. Right thinking people are coming together to remove bullies with a badge from positions of authority. Join with those who are standing up, speaking out and fighting back and will not stop until the practice of police abuse of citizens ends.
Citizens For Health attorney Jim Turner and Peter Mingils discuss the FDA Lawsuit and mercury fillings.
Among all the other topics on Citizens.org, Citizes for Health is a great platform for Building Fortunes Radio listeners to listen in live for through the archives on www.buildingfortunesradio.com
The Matrix was an immediate box office hit upon its release in March 1999, quickly grabbing the public's imagination and its movie-going dollars. Together with its two sequels, it has grossed in excess of $2.5 billion, making it one of the most lucrative film franchises in cinematic history.
Stewart's case was dismissed in June 2005 when she failed to show up for a preliminary hearing of her case. In a 53-page ruling, Judge Margaret Morrow of the Central District Court of California dismissed the suit, saying Stewart and her attorneys had not entered any evidence to bolster its key claims or demonstrated any striking similarity between her work and the accused directors' films. As of this writing, Stewart's case is no longer before the courts. She has announced that she does not plan to let the matter drop, so possibly this case could someday be re-filed and heard, but for now it is over.
After a 15 year battle in Matrix and Terminator Lawsuit, Sophia Stewart finally gets her day in court again on June 25, 2014 in the Tenth Circuit United States District Court of Utah.
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COUNTY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT FACE LAWSUIT IN FEDERL COURT
For the first time in 50 years, a judge held a hearing examining the classification of marijuana under the 1970 Controlled Substances Act. On April 15, U.S. District Judge Kimberly Mueller announced that she would not overturn the law stating “At some point in time, a court may decide this status to be unconstitutional, but this is not the court and not the time.”
Explaining what happened is the show’s first guest Zenia Gilg, the lead attorney in the lawsuit seeking to have the law overturned. Ms. Gillig will provide the background on how the case came before Judge Mueller, the basis for their legal arguments on why the law is unconstitutional, why the Judge ruled against them and what effect the ruling will have.
The city of San Bernardino is bankrupt but that hasn’t kept them from spending money they don’t have trying to close down medical marijuana dispensaries. William Cioci, president of the Brownie Mary Democratic Club of San Bernardino, has filed an initiative with the city that would set up a committee to develop an ordinance that would regulate or ban recreational and medical marijuana facilities.
To be known as The Jesse Act in memory of William’s son James Cioci, the San Bernardino Marijuana Clarity Act seeks to bring some common sense to the financially stressed city. Mr. Cioci will delve into San Bernardino’s tortured history with medical marijuana dispensaries and how his initiative intends to address both the city’s financial and legal problems.
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LEGAL QUESTION/TOPIC: Spring is Home Repair Time: What do you need to know before your hire a home improvement contractor?
BUSINESS QUESTION: "My LLC was sued and so I went to court to argue my position. The judge wouldn't hear my argument and even though I was there on behalf of the company, he found in favor of the customer. Why did the judge do this? We my due process rights violated?"
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Brian Turner, CEO of American Lawsuit Protection Services, Inc., discusses excerpts from his book “How To Survive a Lawsuit”. Brian saya there are nearly 20 million lawsuits filed every year and his mission is to help reduce that number by helping people to be prepared.
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In this episode of Diet Free Life Radio with Robert Ferguson, you meet and hear from top trial lawyer and author Tom Gehring. If you are caught up in any conflict, Tom's book "Settle It! ... and Be Blessed" can provide you with a blueprint to resolve matters. Whether it's conflict with losing weight, reparing your marriage or wanting resolve with a friend, etc., the principles shared by Tom will prove helfpful.
Tom Gehring shares personal insights, stories and lessons accumulated over the span of a successful legal career working at the crossroads of human conflict, and more than 30 years of Christian living. Examining many of the sorts of conflicts that afflict our contemporary world through the lens of ancient wisdom, Settle It! … And Be Blessed will be of interest to those who find themselves engaged in relational, business, church, and legal conflicts, as well as conflicts of a more personal nature such as habits and addictions.
Gehring believes people are called to settle matters quickly. “Quickly, but not hastily,” he explains. “Things that God wants you to do in life, he usually wants you to do quickly.”
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