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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.
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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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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The parents of Kendrick Johnson, Jackie and Kenneth Johnson along with their attorney will come Center Stage tonight and give us an update on this case. Recently, a $100 million dollar civil lawsuit was filed naming several of Kendrick's classmates as being responsible for his death.
Listen to the "ICC Morning Show" as we give you the scoop on the altercation between Angie Stone and her daughter, Diamond, that left the R&B singer in jail.
We'll also fill you in on the verdict in the "Blurred Lines" lawsuit and tell you how much Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams will have to pay up.
And find out what Joseline Hernandez had to say about "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" that confirmed what we already knew.
Fox Sports 1340 AM hosts 'Wrestling Marks of Excellence Radio. Listen to "THA FIRM" G-LO, Docta D, The Wizard Nephew Corey and "Mr. Everything" Champ Creed have been covering wrestling on world wide for the last 18 years. some of their past interviews have included Booker T, Ricky Morton Michael, Tarver, Bill Alfonso, Jake the Snake DDP, Kofi Kingston, The Miz, Jerry Lawler, Matt and Jeff Hardy, Kevin Nash, and a host of current and past legends and Hall of Famers. You can call the show by dialing (347) 838-8776 with your questions and comments. also Email questions to WrestlingmarksofExcellence@gmail.com Join our Facebook page DOCTA D & THA FIRM. or Follow us on twitter at @Firmwrestling
This week, our top issue is the John Boehner lawsuit and the Sarah Palin calls for impeachment. I'll also give an update regarding the Hobby Lobby decision and some things the Democrats are doing to work around that decision.
At the end we will have our trademark weekly hall of fame and shame for those politicians and prominent individuals who made great sense or shameful nonsense, respectively.
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Fridays are spectacular on the JKN, first a dose of life remedies with KINGS IN THE MORNING, followed by Tony B from the D. Tony Brown from Detroit. The wit and zany tactics of KITM and getting personal with Mya. You'll laugh, you be surprised, and you will probably even scratch your head. Many wonders and shocks, just about anything serious OR NOT and more. Music and interviews and conflict - all the things you need for a really good morning start, right here on the JKN. 347-205-9366 - You gonna call?
Families that follow the Islamic religion, the Mormon religion, and other religious sects that permit men to marry more than one wife could argue that polygyny is a constitutional right guaranteed by the first amendment. But currently it is illegal. What would it take to legalize polygyny? Would families that practice polygyny be willing to file a Federal lawsuit to demand the rights of all wives to be legally recognized? How would women insure all wives in a polygynous family received their share of the social security benefits, pension money, and property left behind after the passing of the husband? How would women uphold each other's rights to be publicly respected as wives?
In July of 2011 Jason Luckasevic instituted the first ever concussion lawsuit against the NFL on behalf of 75 retired NFL players in California after countless hours of investigating the actions of NFL and Riddell. He currently represents roughly 500 of the 4,500 players suing the NFL for concealing the link between football and brain damage.
Jason received his Bachelor of Arts from Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, PA. He graduated from Duquesne University School of Law in June 2000. He currently lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is a Senior Shareholder at the law firm Goldberg, Persky & White. He was named by the National Trial Lawyers Association as Top 40 under 40 and was named Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, Rising Star in 2011,2012, 2013 & 2014.
The city of San Bernardino recently made a complete flip-flop from agreeing to draft an ordinance allowing medical marijuana collectives to operate to a full-blown assault on the handful of medical marijuana collectives now in operation. The only problem was that the decision to do this was made in closed session which violated the open meeting provisions of the Brown Act. The shows second guest is attorney James De Aguilera who has filed a lawsuit against the city alledging violations of the Brown Act. Mr. Aguilera will explain the basis of the lawsuit and just what he think really went on behind those closed doors.
Oregon's Prop. 91 will legalize marijuana way better than Washington, their sister state to the North. Allowing for personal growing and retail sales, passage looks probable, but there are still concerns. Brad Reed from New Approaches Oregon is the second featured guest on the show. He will be discussing what Oregon's initiative does to legalize marijuana, how the polling is shaping up, what they are doing to get the vote and how the recent $500,000 contribution by George Soros will be put to use.