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In January 2015, the report, Realigning Juvenile Corrections in Ohio to Reinvest in What Works was released documenting the changes that have occurred at the state-level in Ohio's juvenile justice system. Ohio has been highlighted nationally as one state that has been progressive and aggressive in its juvenile justice reforms. The report focuses on the components that came together to support the effort of reducing incarceration and creating more evidence-based alternatives for long-term community savings. Gabriella Celeste, the author of the report, provides a historical overview of the shift in Ohio, including the key fiscal elements that continue to make ongoing reform feasible.
PGT Episode 233- Medical Cannabis for Juvenile and Pediatric Patients
Tonight 8-10pm EST Listen LIVE! at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626
Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion
Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center, and attorney Jeff Frazier of Komorn Law.
Tonight- Dan Skye, Editor in Chief for High Times magazine
Jim Powers, Founder of Michigan Parents for Compassion,
Michael's rant, news, current events and more!
On the 2nd episode in our new series Oscar Cichlid Keepers Hour, Oscar Alex will be discussing the very cute juvenille baby Oscar cichlids. Baby Oscar Cichlids are seen at every fish and pet stores. Matter of fact most oscars sold in the fish hobby are juveniles! Juvenile oscar cichlids are very attractive and most people will want to buy one! Oscar Alex, will teach you everything you need to know about raising juvenille oscar cichlids.
Oscar Alex will be discussing: what to feed and how many times to feed baby oscars, tankmates for baby oscars, why is my baby oscar's color changing ( Alex will address this), care for baby Oscar Cichlids, and more!
You can call in LIVE at 1 347-989-8142 with any questions or discuss what you like about baby Oscar Cichlids!
Join us as we talk with Margo Lindauer, author of "Damned if you do, damned if you don't: Why multi-court-involved battered mothers just can't win." As Lindauer states in her book, "Being a good mother is difficult. Being a good mother and a victim 1 of domestic violence 2 is even harder. The different and often competing expectations placed on battered mothers in the juvenile (child welfare), 3 civil/trial, 4 criminal, and family 5 court systems present a profound and befuddling problem. In this Article, I intend to identify the difficulty and uniqueness of being both a mother 6 and a victim of domestic violence, investigate the tension and conflict among different judicial systems, and proffer some suggestions for reform."
It could be his powerful, soulful voice, or his refreshing delivery that makes inspirational artist Wess Morgan such a thrill to bear witness to. Or maybe it’s because he has walked on a rough path—one that might have made another falter—that makes his music so moving, so unique, and so unforgettable. But one thing is for certain, Wess, by the grace of God, has proven that he is strong, resilient, and one of the most talented and anointed gospel / inspirational artists of this generation.
Born in Mississippi, but raised in Tennessee by an extremely musical family—his parents Joseph and Yolanda, both pastors, sang in and out of church—Wess knew at a young age that music and God was destined to be an integral part of his life. Along with his siblings, he began traveling with his parents, as they ministered the word of God through music, teaching, and preaching in churches across the United States.
But at the age of 11, Wess began experimenting with drugs and alcohol, eventually becoming addicted to cocaine and finding himself in and out of juvenile detention centers for most of his teens and 20s. It was while in jail, and about to be sentenced for seriously injuring his friends—in a horrifying car crash in which he was high, drunk, and speeding—that he spoke to God and God actually answered him. “I just cried out to God and asked Him to forgive me for what happened and to help me get straight,” Wess remembers. “I asked Him for a strategy and He spoke one word to me and that was ‘accountability.’ And I’ve been clean ever since.” Pursuing a singing career had always been a deep desire for Wess, but his addictions kept robbing him of the chance. After he beat his addiction, he finally went into the studio with Tre Corley, the pair ende up writing and producing Wess first sol project, "Look at Me Now!
Demetrius Guyton still carries the physical scars from the day that his biological mother tried to kill him at the Walker Regional Medical Center in Jasper, Alabama.
His mother poisoned him with hydrochloric acid and castor oil in his bottle of milk, (she was trying to collect on a $25,000 insurance policy). The acid burned the left side of his face and shoulder. His nose also collapsed leaving him with no choice but to breathe exclusively through his mouth, because he had no nasal passages.
He underwent two years of surgeries and skin graphs; one year in Walker Regional Medical Center, , and another year in Children’s Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama. Immediately after released from the hospital, he was given to foster care until age 4, when his paternal grandmother was given custody. Shortly thereafter, anger and rebellion took over his life.
Guyton was involved in various assault and battery cases as a juvenile and later entered the Alabama penal system for first degree assault with a life sentence. From the words of Mr. Guyton, “My incarceration became my liberation. God will take you through hell just to get you to Heaven.”
Miraculously, he only served four years and was released. After he made a decision to serve Christ, he found the strength to forgive his mother, make amends with her, and share his story abroad. “God loaned me a story for His glory. My divine obligation is to tell it everywhere I go” said Guyton.
He is now the author of the book, The Chosen One: A Touch From Above, which is his autobiography of his life. After years of allowing his mother’s choice to negatively impact his life, he now accept it as God’s will and is traveling the world encouraging others.
We welcome Demetrius Guyton to share his story! Tune in or call in at 323-693-3830 and press "1" to participate in show!
Pass the Buck Talking Horses with Special Guests Dr. Kendall Hansen and Tracey Martin
Join Hosts Buck Grottano & Dina Alborano Every Thursday Night at 9pm-10:30pm et as the have a good time talking about Horse racing!
Dr. Kendall Hansen owned Hansen, who won four Graded Stakes including the 2011 $2 Million Dollar Breeders Cup Juvenile.
Tracey Martin (wife of the Great QH Jockey Jacky Martin) Jackie was Paralyzed from his neck down after a bad accident in a race at Ruidoso Downs. Now the Hall of Fame QH Jockey Jacky struggles to keep up with the overwhelming Doctor Bills. We hope to give back to someone gave us horse racing fans so much excitement and trills while riding!! Here's Jacky's website www.JackyMartin.co
Crystal Victoria is the embodiment of strength having overcome many obstacles on the way to becoming a success. She was raised in a single parent home with her mother in Denton, Texas,
At a young age, Crystal embarked on a journey that would leave her life forever changed. From an “A” honor rolls to Texas jail cells, drug abuse, juvenile detention centers to the street life. When Crystal was nineteen years old, she traveled to five different countries and went a full trip around the globe all expense paid. This trip planted the very important seed that soon grew into the life she’d always dreamed, but not without forcing her to awaken to a higher purpose.
Today, Crystal Victoria has and will continue to become an inspiration to millions with her books, nonprofit organization for aspiring entrepreneurs, and now her entrepreneurship school, Target Evolution Entrepreneurship Institute. Crystal Victoria is a noted published author and motivational speaker attuned to the needs of the coming generations. She assisted in the development of the First Friday Program by Judge Jeanine Howard in Dallas County Criminal District Court #6, which helps young individuals get off probation and reduce the Dallas County inmate population. She is an investor level member of the Greater Irving Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce and a board member of Girls Living Life on Purpose, Inc. Girls Living Life on Purpose Inc is a nonprofit organization for the empowerment and education of young women. Her future goals are to pursue her doctorate degrees in Business Administration and Business Law.
RobinLynn operates an Award Winning Radio Network on Spreaker.com and her own private network where she hosts business’s, independent artists, and other ministries all over the world providing awesome support and network services.
INSIDE THE NFL will be a three part series, which will be candid discussions about going “Inside the NFL”, and examining race, drugs, domestic violence, child abuse, and player discipline.
NFL, Clubs, and Players Union – Be careful what you ask for?
Is the NFL really serious about violence against women or is their agenda self-serving? Is the goal of the NFL to maintain endorsements and sponsorship or embrace and develop programs and services that promote self-awareness for abusers and victims of domestic violence? Why has the NFL been vocal about domestic violence and protecting alleged victims who can make decisions for themselves, but silent concerning child abuse, sex trafficking and juvenile prostitution, which plague the League, its clubs and players?
This episode will examine how the NFL has handled the recent allegations of domestic violence and child abuse. We will discuss whether the role of the NFL and its players union should include disciplinary actions against players for acts committed in their personal lives. We will also examine whether disciplinary action has been or is fair and impartial and what role does race play, if at all, in addressing off the field acts committed by players. Finally, this episode will examine whether the NFL has been inclusive or exclusive in handling issues like drugs, domestic violence, and race and off the field acts committed by its players.
Cassidy McMillan is an award-winning Filmmaker, Actress, Speaker and Media Contributor. Her current film which she Directed/Produced/Wrote, is the award-winning Documentary Film on bullying and precedent setting bullycide court case, Bullies And Friends, which is being prepped for worldwide release with a global distribution company. For the Documentary, Cassidy worked with educators, parents, students, counselors, government leaders, and law enforcement and judicial officials. Due to her work and research, Cassidy is a recognized Expert, Speaker and Consultant on bullying prevention, relational aggression, and legal issues regarding youth bullying and the juvenile justice system. Cassidy's a Member of the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, (SAG-AFTRA), and acts in TV, Film, Theater, Commercials, Voice-Overs. She's worked on projects for Showtime, NBC, Warner Bros., AMC Network, ABC, Discovery, etc. She helms McMillan FilmWorks, Ltd an independent film company in California which works to produce projects on causes and issues affecting our world including Social Justice, Animal Rights, Bullying, Environment. Visit http://www.cassidymcmillan.com/#!gallery/c2143 to learn more about Cassidy and her film work.
Attorney General Holder limits police seized-asset sharing process. This episdoe will discuss whether limits of police seized assets is an abuse of discretion by the Attorney General or a method to avoid abuse of process and discretion by local and state police and judicial systems? We will examine several legal theories and issues faced by local and state police. We will examine whether limits will curtail denial of due process and availability of assets to defendants to defend against criminal charges.