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  • 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

    in News

    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.

  • 00:37
  • 00:30

    “Prosecutors drop charges against former cop in Modesto sex abuse case” RAHUMA

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    “Prosecutors drop charges against former cop in Modesto sex abuse case”


    RAHUMADA@MODBEE.COM

  • 02:01

    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

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    Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano opens WHYT Radio’s "Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris this Friday from 10am ET. Discussion will first center on the successful Intelligence Unit's finding a $280,000 fraud exacted against the Yonkers Board of Education and City of Yonkers. Additionally, Mayor Mike Spano gives an update on his effort to get additional annual funding for the Yonkers Board of Education.


    Joining us in the first hour is birthday "girl" Nancy King. Discussion with fellow journalist Nancy King will focus on issues that confront communities such as Baltimore and Ferguson juxtaposed to communities in Westchester Westchester.


    Hezi Aris will pivot onto the international news arena from 11am to close the broadcast day at 12Noon.


    Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Engage us during this weekly radio time slot using or on our newly installed Chat Room place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic.


    Listen live or on demand: http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnTheLevel/

  • 01:58

    Author Michael Volpe With Liz Scanlon: False Allegations Cost Lives

    in Politics

    Friends and family of the accuser say the man convicted of molesting her in early 2014 wasn’t given a fair trial and the police, the Department of Social Services (DSS), the District Attorney, and the judge were fooled by a manipulative teenager. Jon Massey committed suicide by swallowing a cyanide pill shortly after being found guilty of molesting his girlfriend’s daughter Ruby, twelve at the time of the allegation, but Liz Scanlon, a teacher for nearly thirty years, believes her daughter lied.


    Related articles:  http://ppjg.me/2015/03/26/questions-raised-in-prosecution-of-convicted-molester-in-new-york-state/#comment-172964


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  • 02:01

    Baltimore Continues, Where is #JosephKent and Bring back the rest of our girls.

    in Entertainment

     Bud Light is backpedaling after upsetting people with a label saying the beer was perfect for temporarily removing the word "no" from the drinker's vocabulary, evoking concerns about alcohol-fueled rape culture.


    FBI, Homeland Security, the District Attorney’s office and the New York Police Department assisted East Point police with Ebony Dickens’ arrest.
    Dickens is accused of writing a Facebook post Monday using the name Tiffany Milan in which she called for "death to all white cops nationwide."
    The post went on to say, “I thought about shooting every white cop I see in the head until I’m either caught by the police or killed by them… Might kill at least 15 tomorrow, I’m plotting now."


    Milwaukee – Police are investigating an officer involved shooting of 15-year-old Kevin Cole that occurred Friday evening. Cell phone footage of the intense moments following the shooting near 26th and Nash was just released by the family. The video shows 15-year-old Kevin Cole laying on the ground at a spot he had ran to after being shot as officers rush on the scene. Cell phone video was taken by witness Alonzo Martin from Milwaukee

  • 01:01

    Sapphire J Blue Sunday with Shaun Sinclair: Chat about his book Shaun Sinclair

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    Fresh out the federal pen after serving a bid for armed robbery, Anthony Padmore is whisked to the beautiful island of Anguilla as a reward for keeping his mouth shut. His adoptive brothers have prepared a week of celebration fit for King Solomon himself, but while frolicking on the beach, basking in his newfound freedom, he runs into the stunning Soldada Andrews… 
    Soldada Andrews is fresh out of Law School with an exciting position as an Assistant District Attorney. She has treated herself with a trip to Anguilla to celebrate her achievement. While walking on the beach, she runs into the mesmerizing Anthony Padmore. Her attraction to him is immediate, but she senses something lurking beneath the surface that suggests he would be better off left alone. However, he is too irresistible, so she opts to engage in an island fling. Unfortunately, a passion-filled night boils over into a morning filled with unexpectant emotions and a list of questions better left unanswered, as it is revealed they reside in the same city. 
    Back in the States, Soldada and Anthony discover their lives are inextricably entwined, for her first assignment as an Assistant District Attorney is to bring down Anthony and the whole Padmore clan. The Padmores, led by the sinister, charismatic, Roland Padmore, are involved in high-level, white-collar crime where extortion, racketeering, and murder are the rules of business. Soon, Anthony and Soldada must answer some tough questions, foremost: What to do when you find yourself in a situation where betrayal is the only remedy for survival? 
    Forbidden is the first installment in Gangsterotica, an exciting new series of explosive novels from underground sensation, Shaun Sinclair. Gangsterotica tells the story of what goes on when the unspoken code of street life clashes head-on with love and adversity. What happens next? You’ll only find the answer in Forbidden!


     

  • 00:16

    Nats Nightly: Nationals take 3 of 4 in New York with 1-0 win over Mets

    in Baseball

    Washington Nationals' right-hander Doug Fister took a scoreless outing into the seventh and the Nats' bullpen made a 1-0 lead hold up for a win over the New York Mets in the series finale of the four-game set in Citi Field. Nats take 3 of 4 in NY.

  • 01:02

    Meet Paul Chabot Candidate For The 31st Congressional District

    in Politics

    Paul Chabot is a Congressional Candidate for the 31st District of California for the 2016 elections but that's not all; Paul will discuss who he is, why he's running, and what his election to Congress means for the country. These are turbulent times as the nation ponders the next 4 years and beyond, with crippling debt, an increasingly complicated and outmoded tax system, and a government that has gone astray. The nation looks to the next generation of leaders who are fully prepared to take on the challenges of tomorrow and Paul Chabot will make his case.


     


    Show times:  6 pm PT - 7 pm MT - 8 pm CT - 9 pm ET - Every Wednesday


    All shows are live but are recorded for future play.  We invite you to copy and share all programs. 


    Caller Lines:  (619) 393-6478 or toll free (888) 436-1206

  • 00:33

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author David Merkatz, he's the author of the book Wrongly Charged: A Look at the Legal System.


    This book is making quite an impact due to some of the recent  headlines dealing with police and abuse of power.


    About the book:


    What would you do if you were arrested and wrongly charged with a crime? It can happen in the blink of an eye. It’s not supposed to happen in the United States, but it can at any time. After being advised by his attorney in 2013 that his new marketing strategy was legal, Florida locksmith David Merkatz was shocked to learn he was under criminal investigation. Then he was arrested and charged with money laundering and an organized scheme to defraud. With the flip of a switch, he was facing a 20-year prison sentence. He was terrified. Life as he knew it was over, and it happened in an instant. But David Merkatz was determined to fight back.


    About the author:


    Until 2013, David Merkatz made his living as a locksmith in Coconut Creek, FL. Life, he thought, was pretty good. While there were some trademark issues with his business, he was making a living and enjoying his life. That all changed August of 2013, when police arrested David Merkatz and charged him and two of his fellow locksmiths, Peter Lomagistro and Joshua Levy, with a host of crimes ranging from money laundering to petty theft.