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Join us tonight on KTL as we welcome Dr Makeba Judge
Our first broadcast will be displaying Entrepreneur MAKEBA GREEN, owner of OMG Photography located in Newark, NJ. Come listen in as she shares her successful journey to owning her on business, keeping a 4.0 average and aspiring to be a brain surgeon!
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.
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.
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.
This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews Christopher C. Child and Scott C. Steward who wrote The Descendants of Judge John Lowell of Newburyport, Massachusetts.
This book won three major awards:
The 2012 Donald Lines Jacobus Award from the American Society of Genealogists
The 2012 National Genealogical Society Award for Excellence: Genealogy and Family History Book.
The grand prize in the 2012 Connecticut Society of Genealogists Literary Award Contest.
This book demonstrates provides a perfect example of excellent and thorough published research. We will take the opportunity to learn from the author about the research skills and effort that goes into a work like this.
The first full treatment of the Lowell family since Delmar R. Lowell’s 1899 genealogy, The Descendants of Judge John Lowell of Newburyport, Massachusetts traces John Lowell’s descendants to the present day, or for as many as another nine generations.
Scott C. Steward is the Director of Publications for the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Scott is a graduate of Harvard College and the Radcliffe Publishing Program. Christopher C. Child is the Genealogist of the Newbury Street Press at the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Chris graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in history from Drew University in Madison, New Jersey
For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://www.FieldstoneCommon.com
Romans 14:1 states, “Receive one who is weak in the faith, but not to disputes over doubtful things.”
Paul warned the saints in Rome not to judge or criticize each other’s faith. At that time, since there were both those who were very faithful and those not so faithful in the church in Rome, they came to criticize each other’s faith. If this happens to you, you must respect each other’s faith and do away with any critical stances against God’s servants. It is up to God, not us, to raise and build His servants.
Even within God’s church, many problems arise among the believers. If we take a look at their faith, we can find all sorts of faith. Some had been bound to the Law before their redemption, and thus, they still have the vestige of their old legalistic faith
The Judge Neil Show and chatroom are Live nightly (except Fridays) at 9 pm PST / 12 am EST at www.JudgeNeil.com The call in number is 417-800-2999. This is a rebroadcast of a prior Show. Show archives maybe found at iTunes / Podcasts / Comedy The Show can also be heard on Live365, TuneIn, Apple Radio, and Windows Media Guide. Get a free automated reading or check out The Judge Neil Tarot Deck at www.JudgeNeil.com
The Judge Neil Show and chatroom are Live nightly (except Fridays) at 9 pm PST / 12 am EST at www.JudgeNeil.com The call in number is 417-800-2999.
This is a rebroadcast of a prior Show.
Show archives maybe found at iTunes / Podcasts / Comedy
The Show can also be heard on Live365, TuneIn, Apple Radio, and Windows Media Guide.
Get a free automated reading or check out The Judge Neil Tarot Deck at www.JudgeNeil.com
Jennifer Verraneault, former media executive who is dedicated to the advocacy of each child's right to have an active and loving relationship with both parents following a separation or divorce. Ms. Verraneault has organized a group of Connecticut families affected by parental alienation, along with local legislators to change the way in which family court identifies this form of child abuse early in the legal proceedings as well as educating schools and the community of the long term psychological effects of alienation. Ms. Verraneault is currently working with the Connecticut Judicial Committee to amend current laws and introduce new language that will provide family court judges the ability to act swiftly when alienation is identified and to impose sanctions as a deterrent to the parent who is consciously or unconsciously alienating their child. Ms. Verraneault is also a Certified Guardian Ad Litem for the State of Connecticut and has been instrumental, along with her fiancé Jerry Mastrangelo, an alienated father of triplets in having the Connecticut Judicial Committee vote unanimously to form a task force in order to investigate how these cases are being handled in family courts across Connecticut. This task force will present solutions to the committee for early detection and prevention of alienation and if not caught early, treatment necessary for the alienated child and family affected by Parental Alienation.
Big Dog Radio Welcomes Bands, Judge Jackson & Scoti*SlateTune in Tuesday night at 6 PM CST, as Big Dog Radio rocks the Internet air waves with a double shot of gusts, as we feature music and interview from the bands, Judge Jackson and Scoti*Slate. First, we will feature LA’s, Judge Jackson. The band has been rocking the masses for more than a decade releasing five albums, with 1,200 performances, sharing the stage with an endless list of great bands worldwide. Tune in as the host, the Big Dog Benny Henderson Jr. discusses with the band, their latest album, 6.Hitting yah hard at 6:30 PM CST, will be the band, Scoti*Slate, who will be discussing their album, Good Fight. The Phoenix based duo is blazing a trail of funk rocking power, and their new CD proves to be strong and entertaining to your ears.Any questions or comments for the host or the nights guest, call in 347-202-0832, or email the Big Dog at firstname.lastname@example.org.