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Come and find out what The A.E. System is all about we are 27 Episodes strong and are on a huge learning curb and the Father is blessing us yet still. If you have any questions about the AE system tonight we will do a full reveiw of the system and answer any questions you may have. This will be a two part series. We invite you to call in 646-929-0061.
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Ryan Christian Else is a graduate of the University of St. Thomas School of Law’s class of 2011. Prior to admission to the Minnesota Bar, Ryan was a law clerk for Brockton D. Hunter, P.A. for a year and a half and an extern with the Honorable Judge Anne McKeig in the Hennepin County Family Court before being brought on as an associate. Along with Brock, Ryan has served as an editor and an author of the book entitled The Attorney’s Guide to Defending the Veteran in Criminal Court.
Prior to law school, Ryan served seven years as an Army Infantryman, reaching the rank of Sergeant and serving in Kosovo in 2004. He then studied International Studies at American University, focusing on transnational crime and corruption and earning a Bachelor of Arts with Summa Cum Laude honors.
If you have any questions for Ryan, please call 612-874-1625 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Listen live at 7PM! www.blogtalkradio.com/homecourtsports. If you aren't around a computer, no problem. You can call (347) 945-7002 and press nothing to listen and press #1 at any time to join our discussion! Tell a friend and SHARE! The show starts at 7:00 p.m.
Should professional athletes speak out on the Ferguson situation?
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Should sexual preference play a role in sport?
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Two hours of the best sports talk in the world with Eugene & Lamont tonight from 7-9pm CST! Should Tony Stewart be banned from racing? Can female coaches succeed at the NBA level? Should NBA players not compete in games during the summer/offseason to avoid injury? Should high school athletes be drug tested? Listen live atwww.blogtalkradio.com/homecourtsports. If you aren't around a computer, no problem! You can call (347) 945-7002 and press nothing to listen and press #1 at any time to join our discussion! Tell a friend and SHARE!
Make sure you don't miss tonight's show, as we'll move our HOT Facebook debate of Favre in his prime vs Rodgers in his prime to tonight's show! We'll also discuss Paul George's injury and if NBA players should be competing internationally increasing chance of injury. Are Native American/Indian Mascots offensive? Also, we'll talk about female coaches in the NBA and can they succeed? Join us LIVE from 7-9pm CST at www.blogtalkradio.com/homecourtsports or by dialing (347) 945-7002 to listen through your phone. At any time while listening through your phone, press 1 to join us on the air to let your voice be heard!
Join Eugene & Lamont this evening for another great show! We'll discuss the Ray Rice situation, and ask our listeners if there is ever a situation in which it is ok for a male to hit a female? We'll also touch on Stephen A. Smith's suspension by ESPN, if Bucks fans are ok with Gary Payton being an assistant coach to Jason Kidd, if Native American/Indian team mascots and team names racist, and who are your top QB/WR duos of all time? Join us live from 7-9pm CST!
IT THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR!!!!! It's time to go BACK TO SCHOOL!!!!! We have an education system that has been in place for many years. When you take a test you are graded on if you can get large percentage of questions correct. Does that really gauge if you are smart or not, or does that prove that you have a good memory? Even in grade school our children are being taught history that isn't accurate. Children learn differently and they all learn in different ways. Do you think it is possible to teach and reach children according to their abilities? Should we get children involved in a career at an earlier age? Join me and my special guest as we discuss The System: Is It time To Change Education?
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Small claims court has many different rules and procedures than other courts. It has many more of the elements “as seen on tv,” as very little is documents or correspondence is exchanged between attorneys, or the plaintiff and defendant. Usually attorneys are retained on a flat fee basis, and work is not performed hourly. Discovery rarely happens because the court wants to keep everything moving. A defendant does not even need to file an answer or disclose witnesses in small claims court. If a defendant chooses not to file an answer, the court will assume all allegations are denied. You are allowed to file additional pleadings, such as a counterclaim, but must ask the court for leave to file it. Many surprises can happen the day of trial, since both sides are uncertain as to who will be called as a witness and what evidence will be presented. Both parties will see all documents each side will offer up for the first time at trial. All rules of evidence do apply in small claims court, but in order to enhance efficiency, the court and counsel are usually more relaxed on objections when a witness is testifying or when a document is being requested to be admitted into evidence. Although small claims court is in the same court as all other litigation, it truly has its own policies and procedures.
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