CRIME / POLITICS: Judge halts serious fraud trial due to government’s legal aid cuts – 844-292-1318 legal aid Birmingham Alabama

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Killer Legal and Judge Carol S. Ball – Amazing People – Inspirational Life Stories – Part 2 – 844-292-1318 Massachusetts legal aid

Killer Legal and Judge Carol S. Ball – Amazing People on Killer Legal and at www.killerlegal.net – Inspirational Life Stories – Part 2 – Killer Legal Reality Radio Brings You Yet Another Exclusive Interview Series With The Honorable Judge Carol S. Ball, a Superior Court Justice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (retired). / Take a Joyful and Wonderful Trip With us Through the Life of a Renowned Justice of the Superior Court, Judge Carol S. Ball, as She Tells us About Her Journey to the Bench From Working for Legal Aid, as an Assistant District Attorney, as a Criminal Defense Attorney, and as a Judge of the Superior Court / Learn Judge Ball’s Ideals and Attitudes She Relied on in Her Life That Made Her Incredibly Successful and Much Heralded as One of the Best Judges to Sit on the Superior Court Bench. Wisdom, Humility, and Sound Judgment Guided by Principles of Humanism and Reasonableness.
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Three Clearinghouse Review subscribers–Mona Tawatao of Legal Services of Northern California, Fran Fajana of Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, and Jane Perkins of the National Health Law Program–describe why they read the Review and how it has helped them in their poverty law practice.

Killer Legal and Judge Carol S Ball – Amazing People – Inspirational Life Story – Part 1 – 844-292-1318 Massachusetts legal aid

Killer Legal and Judge Carol S Ball – Killer Legal Amazing People – Inspirational Life Story – Part 1 – Killer Legal Reality Radio at www.killerlegal.net brings You Yet Another Exclusive Interview Series With The Honorable Judge Carol S. Ball, a Superior Court Justice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (retired). / Take a Joyful and Wonderful Trip With us Through the Life of a Renowned Justice of the Superior Court, Judge Carol S. Ball, as She Tells us About Her Journey to the Bench From Working for Legal Aid, as an Assistant District Attorney, as a Criminal Defense Attorney, and as a Judge of the Superior Court / Learn Judge Ball’s Ideals and Attitudes She Relied on in Her Life That Made Her Incredibly Successful and Much Heralded as One of the Best Judges to Sit on the Superior Court Bench. Wisdom, Humility, and Sound Judgment Guided by Principles of Humanism and Reasonableness.
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New York City’s Housing Court at 40: Interview with Judge Margaret Cammer – 844-292-1318 New York legal aid

The extended interview given by Judge Margaret Cammer, former Supervising Judge for Civil Court in Kings and New York Counties, retired Civil Court Judge, and former Legal Aid Attorney for the New York City’s Housing Court’s 40th anniversary. The interview was conducted by current Housing Court judges. On March 11, 2013 the Association of the Housing Court Judges, The Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy at NYU, and the New York City Bar Association held a conference called “New York City’s Housing Court at 40: Controversies, Challenges and Prospects for its Future”.

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Alaska Judge Heath Protects Sarah Palin’s Friend Censors Domestic Violence Police Interview 2 – 844-292-1318 legal aid Pelham Alabama

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Judge beating up a legal aid on sum gangsta shirking – 844-292-1318 Montana legal aid

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There’s a movement across many different human services fields toward providing services via web conferencing, texting, video, interactive websites and even Skype. How can organizations make the most of these technologies to provide services to geographically distributed constituents or support staff in the field? Building on a collection of case studies and best practices, Idealware will host a discussion looking in depth at examples from both the legal aid world and the wider nonprofit sector. Join us for this session, based on new Idealware research, highlighting how we can draw out lessons learned from innovation outside the legal aid sector to solve pressing remote service delivery issues for our community.

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Laura Quinn, Idealware

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Tony Lu, Immigration Advocates Network

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Judge Releases Body Cam Footage Of Louisiana Cops Fatal Shooting Of 6-Year Old Jeremy Mardis – 844-292-1318 Louisiana legal aid

Body camera footage has been released from the night of a fatal officer-involved shooting in Marksville that resulted in the death of a 6-year-old boy and left his father critically wounded.

The highly controversial case has remained sealed, but during a pretrial hearing Wednesday, Judge William Bennett ruled that the footage can be released to the public.

The judge also ruled that the two officers involved and charged in the case, Norris Greenhouse Jr. and Derrick Stafford, will have separate trials after denying a motion filed by the defense.

The shooting happened Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015 around 9:30 p.m. During the hearing prosecutors argued that as the shooting began, Chris Few, the father of the slain child Jeremy Mardis, can be seen with his hands raised.

Parish investigators initially said marshals were chasing Few because of an outstanding warrant. However, WAFB checked with the Clerk of Court, the District Attorney’s Office, Marksville Police Department and City Court and did not find any outstanding warrants. Col. Mike Edmonson said so far, their investigation shows the same.

The shooting was captured by Marksville Police officer Sgt. Kenneth Parnell who said he responded to the pursuit after hearing the call on the radio.

The first few minutes of video released has no audio, so it’s not clear when the first shots are fired. The video does show Few with his hands up and out of the vehicle. When sound does kick in, it is deafening gunfire and sirens.

As the video continues, Parnell can be heard calling in the shooting to dispatch, but it takes about two minutes for anyone to approach the SUV. Another officer can be heard telling Few to show his hands several times.

When officers do approach, it appears they discovery Few’s 6-year-old son Jeremy.

Parnell then walks back to Greenhouse and Stafford; both men’s names are visible on their shirts. It sounds like the Parnell tells them about Jeremy, and Greenhouse appears to respond, “Don’t tell me that, bro.”

It’s also at that point that other officers begin to arrive on scene, and someone asks if Few is armed. Investigators would later confirm that Few was not armed, despite conflicting early reports.

It also takes some time for officers to render aid, asking several times for gloves as Few fell from the car. Seven minutes into the video, the officer goes over to Jeremy’s lifeless body to check for a pulse.

At some point, the video again shows Stafford who asked if Few was hit. Few was injured but survived.

“Man, I didn’t see a kid in the car,” Greenhouse can be heard saying.

During the pretrial hearing, other evidence provided was a testimony by Trooper Rodney Owens, the lead detective on the investigation. He said that out of 18 shells found, 14 came from Stafford’s gun. The other four came from Greenhouse’s gun.

Jeremy Mardis was struck five times and was pronounced dead at the scene.

The trial for Stafford is set for a November 28 and Greenhouse’s trial is scheduled for March 13.
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Access to Affordable Housing for People with Criminal Records

People with criminal records often face obstacles to obtaining affordable housing. They can be denied housing based on arrests without subsequent convictions, old and outdated convictions, or criminal records that have nothing to do with a person’s ability to be a good tenant. In this webinar moderated by the Shriver Center’s Marie Claire Tran-Leung, the presenters shared their experiences using litigation and advocacy to eliminate such barriers to federally subsidized housing and to housing in the private rental market. The presenters were John Relman of Relman, Dane & Colfax PLLC, Fred Fuchs of Texas RioGrande Legal Aid, and Laura Tuggle of Southeast Louisiana Legal Services.
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