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    November 2016 Chicago Bankruptcy Question and Answer Podcast with Joseph Wrobel

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    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel answers real people's frequently asked questions about bankruptcy and how it can affect their life and finances in edition of the monthly bankruptcy FAQ podcast series. 
    Sample questions in this 30-minute show:
    When I file Chapter 13, will the judge go over the credit card statements? Can you file Chapter 7 bankruptcy in another state from where the debt came from? If I declare bankruptcy for my medical bills, will my wife be accountable for my bills? What can I anticipate as the amount of Chapter 13 payments on a certain amount of debt? Can I file for bankruptcy before an inheritance check comes in? Joseph Wrobel has been a practicing attorney since 1973 and has experience in a wide variety of law relating to legal matters for individuals and families. Wrobel helps clients get out of debt and get a fresh start. He is an active member in several bar associations and the Bankruptcy Panel of Pro Bono Program of the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. After serving the U.S. Army Reserve 363rd Civil Affairs Unit, Wrobel earned a B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University and in 1973, he earned a JD from DePaul University Law School.
    Follow Joseph Wrobel, Ltd. on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Avvo, to read client reviews! www.ChicagoBankruptcy.com (312) 781-0996.

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    Utah v. Strieff: The Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule with Rick Hagen

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    The Jackson and Hagen Criminal Law Review is monthly podcast series focusing on the investigation and defense of the accused, here in the State of Texas. Today Rick Hagen presents thoughts and legal analysis regarding the Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule, and the June 2016 United States Supreme Court Decision in the case of Utah v. Strieff.
    Utah v. Strieff: The scope of the Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule with Rick Hagen
    Explaining the Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule and admissible evidence. The issues and the SCOTUS holding in Utah v. Strieff regarding police conduct. The relevant facts in Utah v. Strieff and legal analysis by the Court. What is the net effect of the SCOTUS holding regarding the Exclusionary Rule? What can we learn from the comments of the dissenting SCOTUS justices? Board certified in Criminal Law, Rick Hagen, joined the Jackson and Hagen law firm in 1993, after first working as a briefing attorney on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and then serving two years as a felony prosecutor. Rick Hagen started with Jackson and Hagen as a law partner with Hal Jackson, the legendary lawyer, World War II hero and former State Representative from Denton. For over 25 years, Rick Hagen has defended the Constitution and individuals. He is well known for his defense of a former Denton County Republican Volunteer of the year, who was held in contempt of court and jailed for asserting her Constitutional right to privacy in a criminal case. When the contempt finding was set aside, Rick Hagen made legal precedent that still stands today. Rick is an alumni of Austin College and the University of Oklahoma School of Law.
    Criminal Defense Attorney Rick Hagen can be reached at (940) 566-1001.

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    The Jeremy Doesn't want to podcast, podcast

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    The Jeremy Doesn't want to podcast, podcast.  Jeremy doesn't want to talk tonight, but we will anyway.  

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    STATE PRISON SYSTEMS / courts

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    this i will tell you is another subject that i know about folks. most likely this show hour 15 min.s  long., i could talk all night. working in a state prison for some 19&1/2 years. Delaware. i know this subject to be interesting to every body., even i am still so wanting my job back. athoe fired because of what i had done and done it because i was an alcoholic. i was still a good officer. but not a dick head. all officers are not the same as in every profession. i also spent time behind bars of which i knew the inmates and still run into on the streets and in the stores today. (714) 888 7448 Skype  /  302-448-0051 cant except text at this time.  E-mail:  KickMyOwnDamAssClub@yahoo.com                                                KickMyOwnDamAssClub@gmail.com                                          KickMyOwnDamAssClub@hotmail.com                                       KickMyOwnDamAssClub@aol.com                                              KickMyOwnDamAssClub.Com    Domain    Web-Site;  Still under Construction.  Michael D.   :-)

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    Legally Being Me - Taking Ownership Of Your Power Part I

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    Taking ownership, standing up and announcing that you are responsible for executing your power and accountable for your actions thereto. 
     

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    Texas business entities and business formation with Attorney Michael Kim

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    The Michael Kim Law Review is monthly legal podcast focusing on business and commercial law as well as civil litigation and transactions in Texas. Attorney Michael Kim offers advice and wisdom covering a variety of business, litigation and transactional topics that affect individuals living and doing business in Texas in individual and corporate settings. Today Michael Kim shares tips on the variety of business formation options in Texas.
    Texas business entities and business formation with Attorney Michael Kim
    Why so many entrepreneurs, startups and growing businesses call Texas home; The importance of choosing a proper business entity to meet your specific needs; Considering tax consequences, issues of liability and the rights and duties individuals; Business formation options and how these entities are created and maintained; Changing business formations when the business and its operators substantially change. Michael Kim is the founding and managing attorney at The Michael Kim Law Firm, PLLC in Dallas, Texas (214) 357-7533. Mr. Kim is very active in the legal community and is a member of several business and bar associations in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. He is also selected to the list of Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars, an honor recognizing the top 25 percent of lawyers in the State of Texas. Mr. Kim is an Arlington, Texas native, and he graduated from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin with a B.B.A. in Finance.  Mr. Kim earned his Juris Doctorate degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas. 

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    THE END GAME: Stop Hating Hillary!

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    The symbolic gestures that we make in support of other women are the ones that mean the most.
    This year's Presidential Election really and truly is a battle between good and evil. Yesterday and today revealed tremendous amounts of shocking information about Donald Trump's misogyny that, quite frankly, none of us have any excuse not to already know about.
    Now I ask you: WHAT has Hillary Clinton done that makes her such a bad person? Really, truly examine what you know about her. Ask yourself how those ideas got into your head that you couldn't trust her or that she had broken the law. If you're listening to my show, chances are you're a single mother JUST LIKE ME. All the things people have been saying about Hillary, haven't they been saying them ABOUT YOU? That you can't be trusted? That you've broken the law? What proof have they given to take your child/ren away?
    Now: why will you NOT support a woman running for President? Why will you CONTINUE to MINDLESSLY persecute a woman, just as YOU'VE been persecuted, and plunge all womankind back into the dark ages? Think carefully about why you've chosen NOT to vote for Hillary this year.

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    Hablando de Leyes - TPS Ecuador Espera

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    Abogando Sander Denis, hablando de leyes y status de proteccion temporal

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    New generation

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