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  • 00:54

    DENVER DISTRICT ATTORNEY PETITION FOR RECALL, MONTROSE CEMETERY ISSUE and more

    in News

    DENVER DISTRICT ATTORNEY PETITION FOR RECALL, MONTROSE CEMETERY ISSUE and more


     

  • 01:02

    Mike Hestrin LIVE on winning election for Riverside County District Attorney

    in Politics

    One of the most followed contests has been for the office of Riverside County District Attorney.   Incumbent Paul Zellerbach was campaigning for his second term.  His challenger is Mike Hestrin, a Riverside County prosecutor.


    Hestrin is the District Attorney Elect as he is more than 13,000 votes ahead of his challenger Paul Zellerbach.


    We will also talk LIVE with first-time candidate Marshall Tuck who will be facing incumbent State Superintendent and 30-year politician Tom Torlakson in the November general election.

  • 00:58

    DA AND COUNTY INVESTIGATE FORMER MAYOR

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    Stanislaus County and the District Attorney’s Office continue to investigate former Mayor Carmen Sabatino.


    The former Mayor has been deposed as part of a lawsuit, Frank C Carson, plaintiff versus County of Stanislaus and defendant Steve Jacobson.


    In a motion filed April 1, 2015 Taylor  w. Rhoan, from the law firm of Porter Scott of Sacramento, who represent Stanislaus County in this matter, demanded that Carmen Sabatino be further deposed.


    The hearing before Judge William a Mayhew is scheduled for April 29, 2014 at 8:30 AM in Department 21.


    In the motion, the County and Jacobson ask for monetary and non-monetary sanctions for abuse of the discovery procedures.


    The County seeks sanctions of $8252.50 for attorney’s fees and costs. It would not have, but for plaintiff  his counsel’s and Carmen Sabatino’s interference in the discovery process.


    The defendant seek nonmonetary, sanctions in the form of precluding plaintiff from calling Carmen Sabatino, or AJ Pontillo in his case in chief, nor from cross examining these witnesses for any purpose should defendants compose them or call them at trial.


    The mayor stated,  “I’m not a lawyer, but I think the County wants money and  want to prevent me from being called as a witness unless they call me as a witness.


    In which case, Carson’s attorney would not be allowed cross examination.

  • 00:46

    MaryLovesJustice Prayer Meeting, June 14, 2015, Pray for Woodfox, Angola3

    in Politics Progressive

    MaryLovesJustice Prayer Meeting invites questons and comments at (818)572.2947, at 9pmPacific. We pray for justice in the legal system, but not justice only. We pray for compassion and mercy. The Holy Bible (KJV) mentions "justice" 28 times, but there are 262 references to the word "mercy," and the word "forgive" appears 95 times in the bible. God loves justice, and He will see that justice is served, but He commands us to be merciful and forgiving. 

    A judge ordered the final Angola3 inmate released after spending 43 years in solitary confinement. Instead, Albert Woodfox, 68, who was convicted for the 1972 killing of Brent Miller, a guard at Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola, will remain in the jail while his appeals process continues moving through the courts. The office of Louisiana Attorney General James D. “Buddy” Caldwell filed an emergency stay motion with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit to prevent Woodfox’s release.
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2015/06/09/federal-judge-says-angola-3-prisoner-must-be-released-after-40-years-in-solitary-state-files-stay-to-block-release/?

    In December 2013, District Attorney Sam D’Aquilla had Herman Wallace re-indicted for murder a few days after he was released from 41 years of solitary confinement in Angola Prison. Wallace, one of the Angola 3, probably died immediately upon hearing the news in hospice care that he was due back in court.
    http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2013/10/herman-wallace-re-indicted-before-dying.html


     

  • 00:45

    Waller County Sheriff officials said they believe Bland died in her cell the mor

    in Religion

    Waller County Sheriff officials said they believe Bland died in her cell the morning of July 13, from asphyxiation with a trash bag, three days after she was pulled over for not using her turn signal and then arrested for allegedly assaulting an officer.


    The Harris County medical examiner ruled her death a suicide. But Waller County District Attorney Elton Mathis said the 28-year-old’s death would be treated “just as it would be a murder investigation.”


    “There are many questions that are being raised here in Waller County,” Mathis said. “It needs to be a thorough and exhaustive review.”


    Most of those questions and conspiracy theories were dispelled on July 28, when prosecutors released video of Bland walking through the jail and posing for her mugshot during the booking process:


    Before the video was released, the strongest evidence was Bland’s voicemail to a Texas friend, LeVaughn Mosley, from her cell. In the voicemail posted by WLS-TV, Bland said, “how did switching lanes with no signal turn into all of this?”

  • 00:21

    Nats Nightly: Nationals drop 2-1 decision to Mets on walk-off by Wilmer Flores

    in Baseball

    The Washington Nationals and New York Mets were tied at 1-1 in the twelfth when Mets' infielder Wilmer Flores hit a walk-off winter out to left-center. 2-1 final in the series opener. 

  • Follow-up interview with Boricua Author Jonathan Marcantoni

    in Culture

    Please tune in and enjoy our interview with Author Jonathan Marcantoni who will be giving us an update on his "can't put down" book Kings of 7th Avenue. He is a talented Author who's writings grab your attention in a most enthralling way. His latest book Kings of 7th Avenue traces the meteoric rise of one couple and the fall of another against rhe backdrop of Tampa's infamous Ybor City Club district. It is a study on the deeply rooted misogyny and abuse experienced in some of our communities. It will be a an insightful evening and we invite you to join us. Y como siempre, Buena musica, y buena conversacion...


    Take a look at the Kings of 7th Avenue Page on face book.


    https://www.facebook.com/kingsof7thave?fref=ts

  • 02:08

    MR. PRESIDENT WE ARE UNDER ATTACK

    in Radio

    This show is an S.O.S to President Barack Obama officially notifying him that ALL African Americans are under attack. Mr. President we request your immediate attention to this matter. In the month of July alone six African American women have died in jail custody here in the United States. We are asking the DOJ to investigate the deaths of Sandra Bland, Kindra Chapman, Joyce Curnell, Ralkina Jones, Raynette Turner and Alexis McGovern. They add to the death toll of the countless men and women who have died in police custody such as Sam Dubose, Mike Brown, Freddie Gray, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, and John Crawford, just to name a few. Our law enforcement system has repeatedly failed to treat African American people with the same dignity and respect that is afforded to any other race, and in many cases this is costing African American men, women and children their lives.


    The call in number tonight is (347) 850-8390, then PRESS 1.

  • 00:51

    Chew The Phat: Discussing The Cecil The Lion Incident!

    in Pets

    Two men arrested in the death of Cecil the lion -- a case in which an American dentist has also been accused, unleashing a torrent of anger online -- were released Wednesday by a court in Zimbabwe on $1,000 bail each.


    Theo Bronchorst, a professional hunter, and Honest Trymore Ndlovu, a landowner, both Zimbabweans, said through their attorney that they were innocent of poaching charges, which officials said could bring a sentence of 10 years in prison.


    Zimbabwean authorities said that Walter J. Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, paid at least $50,000 for the hunt. Palmer has said he relied on the expertise of local guides "to ensure a legal hunt."


    But the lion that he and his local guides killed wasn't just any lion, according to Zimbabwean officials.


    He was Cecil, a major tourist draw at Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park.


    The 13-year-old lion, recognizable by the black streaks in his mane, suffered a slow death, according to the Zimbabwe National Conservation Force.





    The hunters lured him out of the sanctuary of the park with a dead animal on top of a vehicle, the conservation group said.


    Palmer, officials said, then shot the lion with a crossbow, a method for which he is known. But Cecil survived another 40 hours until the hunters tracked him down and shot him with a gun.


     

  • 00:30

    On the Air With Taylor Fletcher

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    Taylor M. Fletcher is the Managing Partner at The Law Offices of Kawalski, Fletcher & Kirkpatrick, P.C. Mr. Fletcher has more than ten years’ experience as a corporate law attorney, an attorney consultant, and an expert legal volunteer for various public and private non-profit organizations throughout the Tri-State area.


    Mr. Fletcher tries to crack the relationship code after years of darting and trying to figure out why most of his relationships either held him as a hero or a big fat zero. 


    Mr. Fletcher and his wife Mandy have been married for nearly ten years. They began working on their marriage contract during their engagement period and continually update and/or revise their contract according to life’s events and milestones. They are both enthusiastic about their marriage contract, and they often recommend a similar agreement for their friends who are in relationships. Several of the couples friends have also began working on contracts for their marriages or relationships as well. 

  • 00:29

    ENLawyers with Freddie Gray updates and to blow or not to blow on a DUI

    in Legal

    Our podcast today will focus on a couple news items and one legal topic



    what's going on with Freddie Gray's case?

    Defense attorneys filed motions to compel discovery 
    it was revealed that Deputy State's Attorney Janice Bledsoe once represented Freddie Gray as a criminal defendant


    Governor Larry Hogan ordered Baltimore City Detention Center closed, effective immediately
    If you're pulled over under suspicion of DUI, should you take the breath test?  The answer may surprise you.


    We may have a few guests stopping by.  We'll let you know as we go along and update this post with all their contact info. As always, the bottom line is if you need us, you can always contact us at 443.559.4384  or on the web at www.enlawyers.com