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Attorney General Holder limits police seized-asset sharing process. This episdoe will discuss whether limits of police seized assets is an abuse of discretion by the Attorney General or a method to avoid abuse of process and discretion by local and state police and judicial systems? We will examine several legal theories and issues faced by local and state police. We will examine whether limits will curtail denial of due process and availability of assets to defendants to defend against criminal charges.
Judicial Watch broke the story of ISIS having a camp just eight miles from El Paso, Tx. and now the plot thickens. Michael Brown's family have filed a "wrongful death" lawsuit against Ferguson. Loretta Lynch has been confirmed as the new Attorney General with the help of ten progressives within the Republican Party. The Ohio House has passed a bill that would ban abortion after a heartbeat can be detected. Danny Page will join us at the bottom of the first hour. This and more as time allows.
The Senate voted 56-43 to confirm Loretta Lynch as the country's first black female attorney general In an unexpected turn, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) voted with all Democrats to confirm Lynch after slow-walking her nomination.The other Republicans who voted for Lynch were Sens. Orrin Hatch (UT), Lindsey Graham (SC), Jeff Flake (AZ), Thad Cochran (MS), Susan Collins (ME), Mark Kirk (IL), Kelly Ayotte (NH), Ron Johnson (WI) and Rob Portman (OH)."Today, the Senate finally confirmed Loretta Lynch to be America’s next Attorney General – and America will be better off for it," President Barack Obama said in a statement. "Loretta has spent her life fighting for the fair and equal justice that is the foundation of our democracy. Loretta’s confirmation ensures that we are better positioned to keep our communities safe, keep our nation secure, and ensure that every American experiences justice under the law."
April 13, 2016 at 1:00 pm –CHAMBER EXCHANGE with Michelle Miller and Jennifer Walker feature Attorney General Mike DeWine with the focus of how the State of Ohio Attorney General’s Office can assist businesses, organizations, and individuals throughout Ohio. With all of the great things that technology provides, there is an element that an informed society must be aware and stay ever vigilant in protecting their assets and reputations. AG DeWine discusses how various programs within his office help keep Ohioans as safe as possible. AG Mike DeWine has a variety of different educational programs that are available on his website: http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/
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Plane crash - Dr. & Mrs. Myles Munroe
President Barack Obama's Nomination for the Attorney General
Valerie Jarrett - Under Attack
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It is purely by accident that today's first didcussion will be on politicians and ethics will be follwed with SC Attorney General ALan Wilson. Two totally different topics.
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One would think if someone is an elected official who is responsible to enforce existing laws and is a contributing creator of new laws that person would be an ethical individual. Too many times we find that Law Makers (politicians) + Ethics proves to be an oxymoron. Why is it so difficult for these people to be ethical, law abiding individuals? They expect everyone else to be law abiding citizens. They insist everyone else to be ethical. Confusing isn't it?
SC Attorney General Alan WIlson will be joining us during the second half of the morning show. General Wilson has the achieved the reputation of being one of the country's best States Attorneys. As he battles Federal Overreach to protect State's Rights, Political (public) Corruption, Illegal Alien Issues, Human Trafficking and Online Safety Alan Wilson has proven himself to be "THe People's Attorney".
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This episode will discuss the legacy of Attorney General Eric Holder and the Stock Market Plummet of 264 Pts. Is there a correlation? We will discuss his role as attorney general, including the office of civil rights, his role in addressing LGBT rights, and voting rights. We will also discuss "why now?” Why is he resigning during the midterm elections. We will discuss the stock market plummeting 264 points, was it because of tech stocks or something bigger? Who will replace Attorney General Eric Holder and what is his legacy as the First African American Attorney General and as the AG under the Obama Administration.
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Mark Obenshain. State Senator Obenshain is the Republican candidate for Virginia's Attorney General. We'll talk about his campaign and his positions on key issues.
Steve Keene. Steve is our Second Amendment and firearms expert for "The American Maverick Show". This week he will talk about his local campaign for Board of Supervisor in Greene County Virginia.
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"Talkin Law" Radio with Dan Hochheiser analyzes criminal cases in the news, trends in the law, & covers all legal current events. Attorney Daniel Hochheiser is a Criminal Defense Attorney in NY & host of this show. Each week "Talkin Law" with Dan Hochheiser features newmakers, attorneys, media personalities, celebrities, politicians, business people & so much more. "Talkin Law" with Dan Hochheiser has a straight talk with a no nonsense edge & engages attorneys and laymen alike.
Special Guest this week includes: Alberto R. Gonzales, former United States Attorney General/ former Counsel to President George W. Bush. He is currently the Dean at Belmont University College of Law
We Will Protest!Wednesday, March 1st, 2016, in response to the impending arrival of U.S. Attorney General, Loretta Lynch. Lynch is coming to town to highlight Portland as one of six cities that her office has chosen as “public safety role models” for "successful policing" and 'innovative community policing programs." While protesters acknowledge the work being done by Community Policing Partners as critical to the successful reformation of the Portland Police Bureau, they insist more pressure should be exerted upon the City of Portland to abide by the terms of the Department of Justice(DOJ) settlement to a lawsuit brought to bear against the City in 2012 (United States vs. City of Portland), terms in which many find the City and it's Community Policing Partners to be unnecessarily slow in implementing. Not addressing existing problems in a timely manner has resulted in persistent and alarming policing disparities against people of color in Portland. According to the ACLU, Black people in Multnomah County are 320% more likely to be charged with a crime than whites, 500% more likely to spend time in jail than whites, and 600% more likely to be sentenced to prison than whites. "U.S. Attorney General Lynch also needs to acknowledge the importance of Community Policing Partners being held to the same degree of accountability to public oversight and regular audits in order to maintain the integrity and veracity of their individual relationships with the Portland Police Bureau and the City of Portland. The Civil Liberties they are tasked with overseeing on behalf of the Community should be of paramount importance in the process because rampant and ongoing systemic profiling and violations of Constitutional rights to privacy and Human Rights in our City are deplorable and completely unacceptable," emphasizes Teressa Raiford, Founder and Lead Organizer of Don't Shoot Portland.