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Double secret Probation when it comes to imigration talks with the gang of apes, err I mean Gang of 8?
Texas is in a killing spree of our district attorneys. Is it Big Whitey or drug cartels bent on revenge?
Episcopalin Preacher calles Republican's racist in Easter speesh and POTUS is OK with that?
Chairman Chow and the eat carrots not chocolate mystery
3rd PArty Time?And much more
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Each episode covers current events and special interest topics without being concerned with political correctness
Gun Rights, Amendments, Original Intent of Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Hillsdale, Williamsburg, and a whole host of other topics...
Here at the Underground Professor Community College we are covering Freedom Studies 101.
We will discuss Historical events relating to our Founding and apply these lessons to current political events.
Each episode will usually cover a book of interest (required text book) :-)
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On today's show we will be meeting and getting to know Margarette Parrish, who is the Agent in Charge for the Department of South Carolina's office of Probation, Parole and Pardon services in York and Chester County. We will be finding out what probation is and what it means to be on probation. Join us live and call in and to ask questions directly by using the number listed on the site.
Hosted by attorney Elizabeth Kelley, AuthorChats interviews authors about their recent works. In this episode, she talks with Jenny Roberts, professor of law at the Washington College of Law at American University, one of the co-authors of "Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions: Law, Policy, and Practice." As Norman Reimer, the Executive Director of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers notes in the Preface: "No longer can any person involved in the criminal justice system ignore the vast array of restrictions and disqualifications that are triggered by a criminal conviction. Judges, defense lawyers, prosecutors, probation officials, and, of course, accused persons themselves must recognize that much more is at stake in a criminal prosecution than the court-imposed sentence." http://www.elizabethkelleylaw.com.
The King of S.W.A.GBillynaire Cruz was born December 14th, 1984 in Honduras city of la Ceiba but was raise in South Central Los Angeles to mother Isabel Bardales and father Faustino Cruz. Hustling was Billynaire's escape from reality as he dealt with difficult times throughout his childhood. At the young age of seventeen he went thru probation, house arrest, and was lock up in jail twice. But not even the system could stop his reputation thru his street fame, money, power, and respect. ?In 2004 Billynaire he was hosting a big flyer party but a fight broke loose with a gang after he left the party some youngster was shoot outside in the party scene. After he got off the freeway the police arrest him. He was facing 25 to life in prison but God was the only one he could depend on, in three days his case was drop and he was release from prison. In 2005 he wrote his first gospel song which was the foreground for his innovative ideas expressed through his music. When Billynaire was in his house he joined forces with two of his family members Leo Cruz (Maniac) and Leo Bardales (Stitch) created their group “G.O.D (Godoverdemons)”.
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is indeed honored to present Mr. Anthony Schembri. In 2004, Governor Jeb Bush nominated Anthony Schembri to lead the largest juvenile justice system in the country and was unanimously confirmed by the Florida Senate. With a budget of over $640 million, 5,025 full time employees (including some sworn officers) and approximately 6,000 contracted employees, its mission is to reduce juvenile crime in the state. The Secretary is charged with planning and managing all programs and services in the juvenile justice continuum including prevention, diversion, detention centers, community based residential programs, non-residential commitment programs and probation services. In addition, the Secretary has research and development, programmatic and staffing duties. He monitors all state and federally funded programs, grants and appropriations designed to reduce juvenile gangs, crimes and CINS.
In 2002, he was appointed by Governor Bush and confirmed by the Senate to serve as Commissioner on the Florida Corrections Commission, which oversees the Department of Corrections. The Corrections Department has 70 major facilities, 26,000 uniformed officers, 73,000 inmates, 153,000 supervised probationers and a budget of $1 billion. In that post, he evaluated the efficiency, productivity and management of the department and issued reports to the Governor and the President of the Senate.
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is sponsored by CREDIT MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (CMA).
Tom Mendicino comes to Stonewall Live! Thursday, June 13, 9PM EST
Tom Mendicino’s debut novel, Probation. won the 2011 American Library Association’s Stonewall Honor Book in Literature. His newest work, KC at Bat, takes us into the young world of Charles Beresford and Kevin Conroy. Charlie Beresford would rather be doing anything this summer than hauling furniture for a moving company. Come September, he’ll be leaving for college, away from the awkwardness of Augustinian Academy, away from his father’s constant hints about prospective girlfriends.
Then Kevin Conroy—the Mighty KC—joins the moving crew. A star baseball player bound for the big leagues, Charlie is shocked when cool, confident KC suggests hanging out, especially when KC asks him to stay over—and the happiness their connection brings Charlie.
But the summer is changing Charlie—putting muscles on his skinny frame, compelling him to face hard truths, showing him how it feels not just to lose your heart but to break someone else’s. Funny, sweet, and moving, Tom Mendicino’s insightful coming-of-age story perfectly evokes that moment when you stop living life from the safety of the bleachers—and finally step up to home plate.
Tom Mendicino’s stories have been published in the anthologies Best Gay Love Stories 2005, Best Gay Love Stories 2006, Best Gay Love Stories: New York City, Best Gay Love Stories: Summer Flings, Best Date Ever and Best Gay Love Stories 2010 (all Alyson publications) as well as The Mammoth Book of New Gay Erotica, (Carroll & Graf).
He’s lived with his partner Nick Ifft, MD. He’d like to thank the good doctor for tolerating his obsessions with Major League Baseball (Go Phillies! Sorry, Dad), superhero comics, loud music and horror movies.
Tonight on the show Matt Osborne will join Vince to report on Bill Talley, a former health-care executive turned Twitter activist, who was sentenced to 1 year in prison and 8 years of probation for having child p0rn.
Also, we hope to be joined on air tonight by Amanda Bynes who has attacked another person on twitter, this time a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model.
It's hump day! Celebrate with VITB! We're up all night to get lucky!
On todays show we will be reviewing the different stages in the thinking of offendrs prior, during and after an offence. We will use several different types of offences as example to explain similarities in firesetting, sexual offending and other criminal behaviors.
Risk assessments have grown in popularity as a way to determine the risk and treatment needs of youth. These assessments when properly performed can promote youth potential and increase public safety by helping craft holistic and individual responses for kids that are involved in juvenile court. This episode of Spotlight on Youth focuses on research-based risk assessments and a new publication on that subject, Risk Assessment in Juvenile Justice: A Guidebook for Implementation.Guests will highlight the Guide's development and contents and discuss considerations when selecting assessment tools, protocols around their use, and tips and lessons learned for juvenile justice stakeholders, including attorneys, judges and probation officers.
Elizabeth A. Fritz, Chief Juvenile Probation Officer, Lehigh County, PA Mary Ann Scali, Deputy Director, National Juvenile Defender Center Gina M. Vincent, PhD, Co-Director, National Youth Screening and Assessment Project