• 01:01

    Wallach on Law with Das Williams & Sheriff Mack

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    Wallach on Law.  Gun Legislation & Officer Training, With California Assembly Member Das Williams, And Gun Rights Activist Sheriff Richard Mack (“Sheriff Mack”).  Gun regulation is potentially the most partisan and divisive issue in the U.S.  Some believe that any form of gun regulation in unlawful.  Others don’t believe the Second Amendment provides a right to possess a gun free from regulation.  And others are more concerned with the present – determining that, in the wake of multiple tragedies – the need to better regulate gun access is essential.  This week, Sheriff Mack joins us to explain why he believes gun regulations are illegal, and that our focus should be ending the drug war and improving officer training.  And in the wake of the Isla Vista tragedy, Cal. Assembly Person Das Williams has co-authored a bill that provides a mechanism to keep those who may be unstable temporarily away from weaponry.  He joins us (from the Assembly floor) to discuss his bill as it moves through the California Legislature. 


    Wallach on Law airs on AM stations nationwide on Saturdays at 1:00pm Eastern Time, and can also be heard on iTunes, iHeart Radio.  

  • 00:19

    BGE Presents: Eli Sapharti

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    #BGEPresents Eli Sapharti, Founder of "Fat Boy Fit Boy" with host @jiggyjaguar 


    Listent to Eli's amazing story and journey on how he lost over 100 pounds and got in the best shape of his life! YOU can too....ONE STEP AT A TIME! 


     


    www.buildgrowandenjoy.com

  • 00:27

    Talkin Live with Eli

    in Family

    Talkin Live with Eli is a weekly show dedicated to raising awareness for Autism, The Homeless, Underprivileged, and giving back to the community. Eli talks with guests about how they are giving back to the community and how it impacts their lives.

  • 00:24

    Talkin Live with Eli

    in Family

    Talkin Live with Eli is a weekly show dedicated to raising awareness for Autism, The Homeless, Underprivileged, and giving back to the community. Eli talks with guests about how they are giving back to the community and how it impacts their lives. Today's Guest: Scott Aughtry, Founder & President of the North American Disibility Golf Partnership

  • 01:01

    Wallach On Law Featuring Cynthia Orr & Christopher Ochoa

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    This week Ian Wallach discusses exonoration.  We will speak with Cynthia Orr -- one of the top criminal defense lawyers in the nation, ( co-chair elect to the Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association and recipient of this year's prestigious Robert Heeney award) about the process of exoneration, and the unexpected hurdles that can face an innocent person who has been wrongly convicted.  And we also welcome Christopher Ochoa, an innocent man who was convicted of rape and murder and incarcerated for 11 years, and then was exonerated in 2011.  His conviction was based on a coerced confession, and we will discuss what that is and how it takes place.  You will also learn his surprising take on the Criminal Justice system.   Ian Wallach also discusses the Joseph Lamont Walker trial in Annapolis, Maryland, the execution of Joseph R. Wood (the fourth botched execution of 2014), and the warrant in the Manassas sexting case.


     

  • 00:30

    Wallach On Law Featuring - Darryl Lewis and Robert Pickett,

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    Today we will discuss the Supreme Court decision in Riley v. California, and welcome Bronson James, the attorney who co-authored the brief submitted in Riley v. California on behalf of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.  Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mr. James worked as a Data and Technology Privacy Engineer, and continues to consult on issues of data security and privacy.  And continuing our coverage of the crisis at Men's Central Jail in Los Angeles -- whose conditions the Department of Justice has recently called "deplorable" -- we welcome Darryl Lewis and Robert Pickett, who were incarcerated at Men's Central Jail for 32 months prior to being acquitted at trial.  The story of their arrest is as unfathomable as the conditions of their confinement.


     

  • 00:31

    Wallach on Law, Fire & Gasoline --When the Mentally Ill Meet Police

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    Wallach on Law, Fire & Gasoline --When the Mentally Ill Meet Police.  Featuring Ron Honberg of NAMI (the National Alliance For Mental Illness)
     
    Officer-Involved Fatalities & Shootings on the mentally ill are becoming commonplace.  In August, Ezell Ford was killed by two Los Angeles County Police Department officers, who stopped him because he was acting strange, and when a struggle ensued, killed him when they believed he was reaching for their weapons.  Three months earlier, in Detroit, Dontre Hamilton was lawfully sleeping in a public park and had just been questioned by two officers and deemed a non-threat.  A third officer later woke him with a baton, and when a struggle ensued, the officer shot Mr. Hamilton 14 times killing him.  Neither victim was engaged in illegal conduct, and both suffered from mental illness.  None of these officers received “Crisis Intervention Training”—which teaches law enforcement officers how to identify and respond to those afflicted with mental illness.  Ron Honberg of NAMI joins us to talk about what is needed and why.

  • 00:29

    Talkin Live with Eli

    in Family

    Talkin Live with Eli is a weekly show dedicated to raising awareness for Autism, The Homeless, Underprivileged, and giving back to the community. Eli talks with guests about how they are giving back to the community and how it impacts their lives.

     

  • 01:04

    Wallach on Law Featuring Jane Velez Mitchell and Dale Baich

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    Wallach on Law Featuring Jane Velez Mitchell and Dale Baich – Life and/or Death in Arizona – the Jody Arias Trial and the Process of Lethal Injection


    This week Ian Wallach welcomes Jane Velez Mitchell, the host of the Jane Velez Mitchell show airing daily on HLN.  She is a frequent contributor to CNN, an award-winning journalist, and author of the New York Times bestseller, “Exposed, The Secret Life of Jody Arias.” 


    And to better understand the implementation of the death penalty in Arizona, we welcome Dale Baich, a Capital Habeas Attorney with the Federal Public Defender’s office in Arizona.  Mr. Baich represented Joseph Wood, and witnessed what is considered the fourth botched execution of 2014.  He will explain the legal and chemical processes of taking a life, and the risks that the current state of lethal injection poses to the convict, the witnesses, and the society in whose name a life is taken.

  • 00:24

    Talkin Live with Eli

    in Family

    Talkin Live with Eli is a weekly show dedicated to raising awareness for Autism, The Homeless, Underprivileged, and giving back to the community. Eli talks with guests about how they are giving back to the community and how it impacts their lives.

  • 00:31

    Wallach on Law, Fire & Gasoline, Part II --When The Mentally Ill Meet Police

    in News

    Wallach on Law, Fire & Gasoline, Part II --When The Mentally Ill Meet Police – The Need For CIT Training.  Featuring Ret. Maj. C. Samuel Cochran, Dameion Perkins, Nathanial Hamilton, and Maria Hamilton.  In the wake of the shootings of Ezell Ford and Dontre Hamilton, we look for answers as to how to train officers to identify and respond to the needs of those challenged by Mental Illness.  We speak with Ret. Maj. C. Samuel Cochran of the University of Memphis Crisis Intervention Team program about how officers can be trained to respond to a crisis involving one afflicted with mental illness and what those programs do.  And to discuss why we need to implement changes, we speak with the family of Dontre Hamilton, who was killed by an officer in Red Arrow Park in Milwaukee, and learn about him, and the Milwaukee Police Department’s response to his killing.

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