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As the District Attorney for Alameda County, California, Nancy O'Malley gives much more than lip service to the issues facing citizens across the country. Working within the system in California she has diligently worked on several fronts to enhance the rights of victims of crime.
Shattered Lives Radio is honored to present a small portion of the award winning works of Nancy O'Malley.
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.
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.
Investigated investigators do not get prosecuted.
Tampering with the jury is a felony, and that is exactly what Stanislaus DAs investigator Steve Jacobson and District Attorney Dave Harris are accused of in the trial of Aleo Pontillo, owner of AJ bail bonds.
DA’S Fladager and Harris are being charged with contempt not a felony.
The accusation is verified from a declaration by Judge Scott Steffen, who presided over the trial.
The accusation was moved from Judge Steffens court to Judge Silveira and now resides with Judge Linda McFadden, who is holding Jacobson to a contempt charge.
Attorney Frank Carson, who filed the complaint said, “I have no doubt that if I or my investigator had done the same thing to jury members in the same situation, we would have been arrested immediately, restricted from the courthouse and prosecuted on felony charges by the District Attorney’s Office to the fullest extent of the law.”
CORRUPT GA LAWYERS NO LONGER CHASE AMBULANCE: CITIZEN WARRANTS IS THE NEW TOOL. A WORD FROM ATTORNEY SHERRI JEFFERSON
This episode will discuss how Georgia lawyers are continuing to engage in fraud, abuse and violate the civil and constitutional rights of private citizens by abusing the use of private citizen warrants and subjecting innocent people to arrest to gain leverage in civil legal matters.
After 25 years of defrauding the auto insurance companies and the government via Medicaid and healthcare; "Runners" have worked for attorneys to commit abuse, fraud and illegal practices before either the State Bar of Georgia, law enforcement or the Georgia General Assembly acted to stop the illegal and unethical practice of ambulance chasing.
In 2014, the Georgia politicians amended O.C.G.A. § 33-24-53, which targeted attorneys and medical professionals who purchase and sell accident reports as a means to exploit victims. Unscrupulous attorneys and doctors use these reports to obtain personal contact information of accident victims and their families, and then directly contact these victims in their homes, hospital rooms and by telephone in an unlawful attempt to procure new clientele.
NOW, the "lawyers" are targeting new clientele by use of private citizen warrants, which authorizes private citizens to initiate criminal charges against other citizens without law enforcement. The attorneys are using these tactics to gain leverage in settlement or to intimidate citizens to cooperate in civil legal matters.
How many years before the State Bar of Georgia, law enforcement and the General Assembly will stop this practice by amending OCGA 17-4-40, which authorizes this practice.
Repeal Private Citizen Warrants Campaign (OCGA 17-4-40) to raise public awareness, empower victims, and effectuate change.
A special recorded conversation with a former Mantua creative citizen. Bro Robert shares his passion, insight, and energy about those who influenced him. As well as what we need to do to influence others today. He gives special recognition to his mentor Dr. Herman Wrice. Welcome to New Freedom
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