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Carlos Ivanor is a Crimiinal Defense, Immigration and Family Law attorney based out of Orlando, Florida.
Tonight we have Attorney Stephen P Wright from Connecticut with us because he and I have been having some conversations about the real issues that the banks keep sweeping under the rug. He has a very impressive resume.
Stephen went to Trumball High School, Florida State University and Western New England College of Law where he graduated in 1980. So we are not talking about a new comer in the practice of law we are talking about a litigator with experience. He is a lecturer in the Commercial Law League of America, a former faculty member of the College of the State Bar in Texas, and a current member of the Connecticut Bar and previous member of the Texas Bar. He has lectured and written on workouts, collection of judgments, debtor/creditor relations, the UCC, and bankruptcy.
CNN LEGAL ANALYST & DEFENSE ATTORNEY Joey Jackson return's to King Jordan Radio.
on Thursday September 10th at 9:30 PM est. On this edition we will look back on 9/11 -14 years later.
We will be discussing how some things have changed since 9/11.
We will also be talking about Kim Davis the lady who was put in jail after spending five days behind
bars for defying a federal order that she issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Her attorney said that Davis would continue to abide by her conscience, which cannot
condone same-sex nuptials, and that all licenses issued since her incarceration were not valid.
and finally we will talk about the latest on Italy's Highest Court admitting that Amanda Knox
should never have been jailed.
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Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI) www.tapsti.org, this 2 hour session will review the work of Dr. Peter Kraska and Dr. W. Lawrence Neuman in their excellent textbook entitled “Criminal Justice and Criminology Research Methods” (2012, 2nd ed.). This first seminar helps answer some basic questions about knowledge, how it is constructed and what it has to do with criminal justice studies. We have questions we ask every day, departments across the country need research done, but who is to say what research needs to be done and how it is to be done to satisfy the needs of that Chief, Warden, Regional Administrator, or other agency manager who needs to make serious and accurate decisions based on your work? This seminar introduces the concepts of epistemology, positivist social science, interpretive social science, and critical social science. Then we go into the parts of a theory and variables in research before expanding to the development of a theory. The latter half of the seminar reviews Grounded Theory, Temporal Order, Association, Types of Variables, etc. and then we finish up with Hypothesis and errors in reasoning.
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Special never heard before CHASING the CASE Breaking the Seal By Lawrence and Lamont Garrison
Why Media is Important and Advocating through Storytelling
Moderator: Karen Garrison Invited Guests are:
? Amos Irwin, Chief of staff CJPF, LEAP Assistant Training Director ? Dorothy Gaines, President of Dorothy Gaines Foundation
And Neicko Gaines
? Angela Murphy, President of House of Dreams
? Gale Muhammad, President of Women Who Never Give Up
? Lawrence Garrison, Consultant and News that Matters at mommieactivist and sons radio show
? Lamont Garrison, Consultant and Inclosing at mommieactivist and sons radio show
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Our LAW LOVER'S LOUNGE™ series addresses a general overview of some of the most important issues to the general public! Attorney Courtney E. Anderson has owned a general practice law firm since 1998 in Texas, USA.
There is no client relationship created between this show and Attorney Courtney E. Anderson, or The Law Offices of Courtney E. Anderson (Litigation-Mitigation.com). The content in these shows is for general educational purposes and is not the delivery of legal services. This episode addresses the topic of,“How do I Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney?”
The phone rings in the middle of the night. Oh no, any call at this time is bringing bad news. Unfortunately, your friend/ relative/ etc. has been arrested and needs your help. You know what jail they are in but nothing else. How do you hire a criminal defense attorney to help them?
In this episode we address the variety of outcomes of criminal cases in the USA. Many cases are simply dismissed by the government. Some are placed on hold (deferred) pending the successful outcome of a negotiated arrangement (typically with conditions that the defendant take classes to learn not engage in these types of behaviors, pay fines, not get arrested or convicted of any other crimes, pass drug tests, etc.). If all the conditions are met at the end of an agreed period (e.g., 12 months), the case is dismissed. In these instances there is no criminal conviction and the defendant is able to move forward in life comfortable that they are able to obtain housing, jobs, etc., without a criminal record as an obstacle in their lives.
In other instances defendants prefer to accept short jail terms (“lay it out”) and plead no-contest. The desired outcome (and the related legal services) dictate what type of criminal lawyer to hire. Should you hire the cheapest lawyer that you see advertised? Why or why not? Let’s discuss this issue!
The State's Attorrney is the one who presents the case against the person accused of a crime. Across the country, corrupt police have joined with corrupt attorneys and corrupt judges to railroad innocent people into prison and feed a system that creates jobs for some while providing slave labor for big business. Can honest leadership weed out corruption throughout the system? Today's guest, Attorney Donna More, candidate for Cook County States Attorney, explains what motivated her to run. Later we'll be joined by Shawn Whirl, tortured by police into making a false confession for a murder he did not commit and forced to spend 25 years in prison, until he was recently released as a result of efforts by The Innocence Project, attorneys and law students working to free thosewrongfully convicted of crimes. He'll share his story of resilience and the challenges of re-entering society.
At this writing, I've not gone into great detail on Barack Obama's criminal justice system "reforms", as they apply to the "rights" of ex-felons, as they attempt to re-fold into civic life.
As I understand, there is much ado, regarding disclosures on job applications, which arguably, has precluded former inmates' ability to obtain an honest job, and be able to create distance between their past violations and present life-circumstances.
In this, one can argue that this very policy, as it severely limits one's ability to function in his or her "new" society, puts such persons in a situation where a return to crime is inevitable, so of course, questions arise as to the very purpose of incarceration, and the perception that these long-standing policies, including the loss of the privilege to vote, were at their inception, targeted at black Americans.
How can these policies be justified, if one has "paid their debt to society"?
Indeed, there are many people, ex-felons, given a chance to more forward, who have indeed proven themselves worthy of respect, honor and being seen as living examples of Allah's / God's redemption.
On the other hand, what about their victims; When and how are they "paid"?
I will research this issue in more depth, so we will have a most meaningful:
Denise Lunsford began her legal career in 1990 after graduating from the Washington and Lee School of Law. In 1997, Denise opened her own firm, focusing almost exclusively on criminal defense. In addition to the practice of law, Denise spent several years as an adjunct professor at the University of Virginia’s School of Law in the Criminal Defense Clinic, teaching the court system and criminal defense to third year students. She continues the practice of fostering future leaders in the Albemarle County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office through UVa’s Prosecution Clinic, and by hosting interns during the winter and summer breaks. During her career, Denise has practiced in both State and Federal courts, is a member of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Bar Association and the Virginia State Bar, and has been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
Denise is proud to represent Albemarle County as a Board Member of important community organizations, including Drug Court, VASAP, and Crimestoppers. She has also volunteered her time with a federal initiative on Evidence-Based Sentencing Practices to help determine the effectiveness of our current sentencing guidelines and whether any changes can be made to improve the system.
Together with Richard Brewer, Denise is the proud parent of three children, and they live in a wonderful neighborhood in Albemarle County. Over the years, they have worked towards making the community a better place and prioritized teaching children the importance of family and volunteerism.
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Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Monday, Nov., 17th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. Our guest will be Lauren Victoria Burke, Managing Editor of Politics365.com. CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281. POST YOUR COMMENTS. WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR. Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com for more info and podcasts.
1) Lauren Victoria Burke, Managing Editor of Politics365.com joins us to talk about 5 new Bills in the U.S. House of Representatives dealing with Criminal Justice Reform. We also discussed the Democratic Presidential Debate that took place on Sat. Nov. 14th. 2) Linwood Lambert, a 46 year old African American man died in Police custody in 2013 after being shackled and tased multiple times. They discussed it on News One Now. 3) Michael Imhotep talked about the Screening of the Film "Black Friday" that took place this past weekend in Atlanta.
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