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Guest: Katherine Hine is an advocate for the rights of psychiatric patients and is currently involved in the forced drugging/involuntary confinement case of John Rohrer pending in the Ohio Supreme Court: [www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/Clerk/ecms/resultsbycasenumber.asp?type=3&year=2014&number=0268&myPage=searchbycasenumber.asp+]
She is an inactive attorney who does not practice law. From 1977 until 2009 she practiced law in Ohio and Oklahoma representing battered women, parents of children abused by the other parent in custody cases, foster parents, citizens charged with petty crime, citizen groups seeking to bring accountability to local government, and others. She had a solo practice representing clients in criminal, juvenile, municipal, trial, and appellate courts. She maintains a particular interest in federal and state constitutional law and how those principles, can be used to combat the growing loss of freedoms Americans are suffering today. She has been involved with the Ross County Network for Children, as a board member since 1996, and as its Executive Director since 2005. [http://networkforchildren.wordpress.com/be-a-volunteer/]
In 1999, Hine authored the article: Retaliation Against ProfesionalsWho Report Child Abuse, a chapter in the anthology titled “Expose: the Failure of Family Courts to Protect Children from Abuse in Custody Disputes”. In 1994 she was a candidate for district court judge in a five county race in the 15th Judicial District of Oklahoma. The same year she organized the Oklahoma organization, Stop Child Abuse Now. Her law degree is from the University of Toledo in 1976, and she has studied and taught in the law school of Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand.
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Right to a Jury Trial in Wyoming Child Protection and Termination of Parental Rights Cases
Cindi Wood, J.D., C.W.L.S., an attorney in private practice in Casper, Kevin David Taheri, J.D. an Assistant District Attorney, Seventh Judicial District Attorney’s Office, and Christina McCabe, J.D., a Senior Assistant Attorney General in the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office, Human Services Division will present an overview of the law relating to the parent’s right to demand a jury trial at the adjudication stage of a child abuse/neglect case and at a termination of parental rights case. They will talk about the law governing jury trials including the statues and rules including time and filing requirements. They will refer to the work being done on the Wyoming Juvenile Pattern Jury Instructions and the many procedural issues one needs to address when there is a jury trial. The audience will learn about the distinction between a bench and jury trial, factors to be considered when determining whether to demand a jury trial for their client and tips from judges.
Our guest tonight is Defense Attorney Joey McCutchen, a 7th Amendment expert and Vice President of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association. He will speak about the 7th Amendment, its importance and his battle to keep tort reform from negating our unalienable rights. Also joining Red & Terry tonight will be Constitutional Scholar, Mike Gaddy. Phone lines will be open during the second hour of the show.
This show is unique in that Spirit of Truth Ministry tests the teachings of Christianity and other religions against the words and teachings that Christians 'believe' are true against that which they 'say' they believe but don't; the words of Jesus Christ that He gave to His own eyewitness disciples. This often causes a great deal of concern, when it is shown that what Jesus said was NOT what these people believe He said. Join us for a challenging study into what it means to be 'saved'.
We get down and dirty and get to the truth about the problems and solutions surrounding prohibition, civil-rights, YOUR freedom and liberty so join me for "A Cup of Joe" as The Human Solution International grows at warp speed! People are coming in droves to see what they can do to help our mission to end cannabis prohibition and ensure civil and basic human rights.
This week: We will continue our discussion about preparing for trial. Learn everything you need to know to prepare for trial- jury nullification, court support, rally's and more. We will have a few special geusts as well ....
Cannabis and civil-rights defendants are always welcome to join the show and share details about their cases with the goal of teaching the community what WE can do to be the solution!
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Join Bob Lang of CNBC and Maureen Ennor on "California Connection" John Gibson from FOX News Radio, who was a NBC reporter at the time of the trial and covered it for 18 months, joins us this week as we talk about the "trial of the century" "The people vs OJ Simpson," which is now a smash hit TV mini series on the FX Network, Amercian Crime Stories. With the current mini seris casting new light on the trial and bringing a whole new generation to the srory of the trial that captivated the entire world. We are all looking back to the summer of "OJ." Join us Friday at 4:00 PM PST. Get connected with Bob Lang and Maureen Ennor on "California Connection." Live from San Francisco and Los Angeles
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Join us as we welcome Bruce Doucette, Superior Court Judge for the Continental United States, as he brings us up to date on the Hammond Ranch situation in Oregon. Judge Doucette will tell us what the Common Law Grand Jury and militia is about to do. Like the Bundy Ranch in Nevada, the national militia will be called up by a grand jury to deal with the feds. Also, learn of the “original” 13th Amendment. Special Edition Date and Time: 10:00 pm (EST) Friday night - 2/12/’16.
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LIVE Ghost Box Session reaching out to Reeva Steenkamp, victim by the hands of her husband Oscar Pistorius.
Early on Valentine's Day morning, Oscar Pistorius, the double-amputee Olympian who is arguably South Africa's biggest sporting star, shot through a bathroom door at his home in Pretoria and killed his girlfriend, 29-year-old model and law school graduate Reeva Steenkamp. Was it cold-blooded murder, as police claim, or did Pistorius think he was shooting at an intruder?
South African athlete Oscar Pistorius was charged with murder after shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on 14 February 2013. In September 2014, after a six-month trial, he was found not guilty of murder but guilty of culpable homicide.
Join Char Sines - The Lady Federalist - on her first solo radio show, as she dissects the federal affidavit sworn by FBI Special Agent Katherine Armstrong. This affidavit was used to obtain the probable cause warrants to arrest ten men and one woman on January 26, 2016; and which led to the death of Robert LaVoy Finicum. It was also key in the federal Grand Jury idictment that was issued against the eleven on February 3, 2016. If you are like most Patriotic Americans, you are wondering how these fine men and woman could be charged with a federal level felony. Tune in to learn how the charge is not only bogus, but is historically based in legislation associated with the Civil War. You will learn how the federal government has zero authority to bring any charges at all. This is sure to be one of the most informative two hours of your week.
'Upfront & Straightforward' Host Alan Roger Currie leads another one of his 'Open Forum Discussion' topics, with this one asking the question, "Can a man and woman transition from engaging in a few episodes of short-term, non-monogamous 'casual' sex into becoming just 'good friends'?"
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Tonight- New bills have been introduced in the Michigan legislature that would affect cannabis users and limit the democratic process including HB 5402 and SB 776. Also Kansas attorney Sarah Swain, often referred to as a "bad ass" and "Wonder Woman" is currently representing well known patient and cannabis reform activist Shona Banda. Sarah was in Michigan recently to attend the trial of Al Witt of Gaylord. We will discuss her impressions of Michigan and Al's case, as well as what it is like to defend simple medical cannabis users, such as Shona, in a state where no laws exist that permit any kind of cannabis activity.
Updates on the MILegalize campaign and new developments in Detroit
Weekly appellate and trial court updates with attorney Allen Peisner
Regular guests and friends of the show: Jim Powers- Michigan Parents for Compassion co- founder and board member of MILegalize. Also- attorney Jeff Frazier attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, Eric Gunnels Thetford Twp Trustee and T- Smack
A Comprehensive Overview of Wyoming Juvenile Court Rules and Relevant Wyoming Supreme Court Decisions
Jill Kucera, J.D., Senior Assistant Attorney General, Wyoming Attorney General’s Office and Elizabeth B. Lance, J.D., Attorney, Wyoming Guardian Ad Litem Program will provide an overview of Wyoming's Juvenile Court Rules and relevant Wyoming Supreme Court decisions. The Rules of Procedure for Juvenile Courts ("Rules") (adopted on Feb. 9, 2007) govern practice and procedure in Wyoming's trial courts in all juvenile court actions: abuse and neglect, delinquency, and CHINS (child in need of supervision) proceedings. These Rules address hearings, discovery and inspection, submittal of reports, right to counsel, pretrial conferences and meeting of parties, stipulations, Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) provisions, inadmissibility of certain evidence, and concurrent criminal and juvenile proceedings. The presenters will provide information on all the Rules, with an emphasis on Rule 3: Discovery and Inspection; they will also present information about Wyoming Supreme Court cases that interpret the Rules. Listeners will learn about best practices and how the Rules are applied in different Wyoming jurisdictions. At the completion of this program, participants will know: (1) The Ten Rules of Procedure for Juvenile Courts; (2) Wyoming Supreme Court decisions on the Rules and (3) How these Rules relate to practices in difference jurisdictions.
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