The People’s Law School 2012 – Session 4 – 844-292-1318 legal aid Huntsville Alabama

The People’s Law School is a public legal education series presented by the Nevada Foundation for Consumer Education, which is a non-profit, educational arm of the Nevada Justice Association. The series is four two-hour sessions presented for once a week.

The first half of the session covers divorce, child custody, child support and alimony with family law attorneys Dina Romaya, Esq. and Thomas Standish, Esq.

The last session is on estate law, probate, wills and trusts. The speakers are specialists in this field, Marjorie Hauf, Esq., Bradley Richardson, Esq. and Kristin Tyler, Esq.

The moderator for the program is Laurence Springberg, Esq. All of the speakers volunteered their time to share their expertise.

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(UNCUT) Columbia, SC Deputy Armed Pig, Ben Fields, Brutally Attacks Child In School at Spring Valley – 844-292-1318 South Carolina legal aid

(Includes 3rd View at 0:14 ) Meet Ben Fields, World. On yesterday, October 26, 2015, this hulking ARMED Pig decided to brutally beat on a young Black child while she was sitting at her school desk. All because the child had, according to students in the classroom, met with the disapproval of her teacher because she had either briefly looked at her mobile phone or wouldn’t spit out her gum (Accounts vary at the time of this writing). What is clear is that this Armed pig, a 34-year-old power weight lifter whom regularly lifts upward of 600lbs. at a time, flung this little girl violently across a classroom full of horrified children, all of whom will be traumatized for the rest of their lives!!! Lt. #BenFields , who is the School Resource Officer (SRO) assigned to Spring Valley High School by the Richland County Sheriff’s Department, is the White officer grabbing the Black student by the arm as she sits in her desk. The officer pulls on her arm, moving the desk and the girl and then grabs hold of her shoulder and neck area. He turns over the desk, throwing it and the unnamed student to the ground. He then drags this child toward the door, pulling the desk along with her and then throws her out of it before jumping on top of her and pummeling her just to handcuff the child. This child “has a cast on her BROKEN arm, she has neck and back injuries, and She has a Band-Aid on her forehead where she suffered rug burn on her forehead,” Columbia lawyer Todd Rutherford told #ABC’s Good Morning America. THEN, to add insult to trauma and injury, he arrested her and another female child, Niya Kenney, whom dared to film him and speak up against his brutality. Both were handcuffed and placed under arrest for disturbing school, and Niya was arrested for recording the incident, the sheriff’s department says…Her Family had to pay ,000.00 to get her out of jail.

This holice, whom quickly deleted his #Twitter & Facebook accounts yesterday, has a reputation amongst the children in this area going years back, even to the point of his having had done the same thing to a pregnant child (SEE Link) https://twitter.com/FakeAsian__/status/658746896656310272 These poor children even had a name for the Devil incarnate: They call him “THE INCREDIBLE HULK.”

And he has also brutalized a U.$ . #Army #Vet , going to the point of saying “GET HER BLACK ASS!!!” (referencing the Womyn with the Vet),erasing her video footage of the arrest, and commenting that he was glad #JohnnieCochran was dead when advised by the victim that he would be taken to Court over his actions. His history matches this outburst (SEE Link) http://heavy.com/news/2015/10/ben-fields-richland-county-south-carolina-sheriff-deputy-spring-valley-high-school-photo-football-coach-bodybuilder-cop-student-desk-video-complaints/

A student in the classroom Tweeted his eyewitness account of the video, saying “to be clear,” the girl was “sitting quietly at her desk,” and did not provoke the deputy before the video started. Aaron Johnson said “nobody even knew what she did,” and why he grabbed her. “When i asked mr. Long (The Teacher) if he felt bad he said the girl should have cooperated. The officer came in because she wouldn’t leave the class when the teacher told her to. I still don’t know what she did to be asked to leave. The teacher was really quiet when discussing whatever she did. Whatever she did couldn’t have been that bad because nobody knew what it was. Apparently she was chewing gum. All of this because of fucking gum. Honestly fuck the school system.” (LINK) https://twitter.com/Aaron___J/with_replies Yeah Out of the mouths of babes. Watch the video in its entirety. Make up your own mind as to what happened.

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Todd Kohlhepp, the man arrested after a woman was found chained on his property in rural South Carolina, has been charged with multiple counts of murder.
On Sunday the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s website stated Kohlhepp faces four counts of murder and a single kidnapping charge. A bond hearing has been set.
According to Sheriff Chuck Wright, Kohlhepp confessed Saturday to being the shooter who killed four people at a motorcycle shop in 2003.
Wright said “God answered our prayers” in solving the 13-year-old cold case.
Also on Saturday, Wright says Kohlhepp also showed law enforcement officers the gravesites of two of his other victims buried on his 95-acre property near Woodruff.
That’s in addition to the body found Friday at the site. Wright and Coroner Rusty Clevenger identified that victim as 32-year-old Charles Carver. Carver is the boyfriend of the woman found in a locked metal container Thursday.
The sheriff says it’s possible more bodies will be uncovered.
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People’s Law School – Personal Injury – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

This episode of People’s Law School, guest stars Kevin Shannon, Craig Housman, and Len W. Ogden, Jr. explain about Personal Injury and the Negligence law. Hosted by Rick Johnson.

Disclaimer: This content is intended for informational purposes only, it is not intended as legal advice. The information is provided as a public service. Laws change and this information may not be current or correct. By providing this information, we are not acting as your lawyer. If you need legal advice, you should contact a lawyer through your local legal aid organization or bar association.

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It’s People’s Law School, the show where you get first hand breakdowns of important and confusing laws that apply to day to day life from the professionals in those fields, and can learn how to understand and apply your knowledge to the laws that touch your life. In this episode, host Carolyn Keeley and fellow criminal lawyers, Will Kautz, Emily Roark, and Len Ogden, discuss Criminal Law—particularly the parts of it that come up frequently in populars shows like CSI, the problems with the Criminal judicial system, and the elements of courtroom trials.

Disclaimer: This content is intended for informational purposes only, it is not intended as legal advice. The information is provided as a public service. Laws change and this information may not be current or correct. By providing this information, we are not acting as your lawyer. If you need legal advice, you should contact a lawyer through your local legal aid organization or bar association.

Paducah 2 Television is produced through the facilities and administration of West Kentucky Community and Technical College.

Push Back Against School Pushout: Highlights from the Week of Action 2011 – 844-292-1318 Louisiana legal aid

October 1-8, 2011: Dignity in Schools Campaign’s Annual Week of Action on School Pushout

Throughout the week of October 1-8, 2011, thousands of parents, youth, and educators took part in student-led actions and events in 28 cities to expose the school pushout crisis in our nation and advocate for the human right of every young person to a quality education and to be treated with dignity. The events and actions included street theater, public forums, rallies, restorative justice trainings, and more.

The Dignity in Schools Campaign’s National Week of Action brought together organizations and individuals from 14 states and Washington, D.C. to call for an end to zero tolerance policies, for the implementation of positive approaches to discipline, like restorative justice practices and positive behavior supports instead of relying solely on suspensions and expulsions, and for the passage of federal legislation that promotes positive school climates.

Find out more at – http://www.dignityinschools.org

The organizations that participated in the National Week of Action on School Pushout include: Access Living, ACLU of Eastern Missouri, ACLU of Pennsylvania, ACLU of Southern California, Action Communication and Education Reform, Activists With A Purpose, Advocates for Children of New York, Advocates for Children’s Services (a project of Legal Aid of North Carolina), Advocates for Justice and Education, Atlanta Community Engagement Team (ACET), Black Organizing Project, Blocks Together, Boston Parent Organizing Network (BPON), Boston Student Advisory Council, Boston-area Youth Organizing Project, Center for Community Alternatives, Children’s Defense Fund — California, Children’s Defense Fund – New York, Citizens for a Better Greenville, COFI, Community Asset Development Re-defining Education (CADRE), Community Rights Campaign of the Labor/Community Strategy Center, Concerned Citizens for a Better Tunica County, Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM), Dignity in Schools — NY, DSC-Los Angeles, Education Not Incarceration, Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children (FFLIC), Fannie Lou Hamer Center for Change, Freedom House, Future of Tomorrow, Generation Y, Girls for Gender Equity, Gwinnett STOPP, Interfaith Children’s Movement, Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana (JJPL), Kids Rethink New Orleans Schools, Lambda Legal’s Southern Regional Office, Make the Road New York, Mass Transit Street Theatre, Morehouse Chapter of the NAACP, MS Coalition for the Prevention of Schoolhouse to Jailhouse, National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (NESRI), New Settlement Apartments Parent Action Committee, New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU), Nollie Jenkins Family Center, Padres y Jovenes Unidos, Parents Organized to Win, Educate and Renew – Policy Action Council (POWER-PAC), Portland Parent Union, Power U Center for Social Change, Public Counsel, Safe Schools Healthy Students – New Orleans Recovery District, Sistas and Brothas United, SNAPPS, Sunflower County Parents and Students Organization, Teachers Unite, The Commutation Project, Urban Youth Collaborative (UYC), West Town Leadership United (WTLU), Women of God’s Design Ministry, Young Adults Striving for Success (YASS), Young People’s Project – Greater Boston, Youth Innovation Movement Solutions, Youth Justice Coalition, Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice, Youth on Board, Youth on the Move, YWCA of the Greater Triangle.

People’s Law School: Family Law – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

It’s People’s Law School, the show where you get first hand breakdowns of important and confusing laws that apply to day to day life from the professionals in those fields, and can learn how to understand and apply your knowledge to the laws that touch your life. In this episode, host Cynthia Sanderson and special guests John Reed and Carolyn Keely, two attorneys who work in family law, talk about family laws, such as custody, medication, divorce, living conditions, discipline, alimony, and family finances.

Disclaimer: This content is intended for informational purposes only, it is not intended as legal advice. The information is provided as a public service. Laws change and this information may not be current or correct. By providing this information, we are not acting as your lawyer. If you need legal advice, you should contact a lawyer through your local legal aid organization or bar association.

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Do Kids Have Rights in School? – 844-292-1318 Connecticut legal aid

Do Kids Have Rights in School?

Adapted from Your Child’s Rights in School, by the CT Network for Legal Aid: http://ctlawhelp.org/your-childs-rights-in-school
This video and Your Child’s Rights in School will only give you general information about the law: that’s not the same as getting legal advice about your own situation. If you want to talk with someone about a legal problem or think you may need the services of an attorney, call the toll-free Statewide Legal Services Hotline: 1-800-453-3320
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People’s Law School Bankruptcy – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

It’s People’s Law School, the show where you get first hand breakdowns of important and confusing laws that apply to day to day life from the professionals in those fields, and can learn how to understand and apply your knowledge to the laws that touch your life. In this episode, attorney Alan Stout and his partner Todd Farmer elaborate on bankruptcy—the history, causes, types, and methods of relief and help.

Disclaimer: This content is intended for informational purposes only, it is not intended as legal advice. The information is provided as a public service. Laws change and this information may not be current or correct. By providing this information, we are not acting as your lawyer. If you need legal advice, you should contact a lawyer through your local legal aid organization or bar association.

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People’s Law School: Criminal Law – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

People's Law School:  Criminal Law

On this episode of People’s Law School, host Will Kautz and special guests Tony Kitchen and Chris Hollowell discuss Criminal Law, especially the job of Prosecutor, the sentences for Criminals in the area, and what things have changed for better, and which for worse.

Disclaimer: This content is intended for informational purposes only, it is not intended as legal advice. The information is provided as a public service. Laws change and this information may not be current or correct. By providing this information, we are not acting as your lawyer. If you need legal advice, you should contact a lawyer through your local legal aid organization or bar association.

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