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  • 01:51

    S6E11 Tom Mesereau Live On King Jordan Radio on Cosby, MJ ,Roseanne&MoreAug 9th

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    Join us For a Special Summertime addition of King Jordan Radio As World Renowed Defense Attorney Tom Mesereau Will be The Special Guest You Can call in Live & Talk to Tom Mesereau!! at 347-857-2950 Mesereau Will be Discussing The entire Bill Cosby Trial , What Went down behind the scenes .What was Right What Went Wrong?Plus his Thoughts on his Former Client Michael Jackson Who Passed Away 9 Years ago. In addition well discuss Roseanne Barr This will be an amazing show !Aug 9th 9:30PMET

  • 00:18

    Nissan dealership in Santa Rosa sued for financial elder abuse - public tips!!!

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    2018 Financial Elder Abuse Updates - We have sued a large Nissan Dealership in Santa Rosa, California for Financial Elder Abuse.
    We are so tired of seeing victims of this horrific abuse.  In this episode, Attorney Steve® shares his to 10 car, boat or RV buying tips so that you and your love ones can stay safe on the car lot.
    Resources
    More information about financial elder abuse.
    Writ of Attachments under California law
    Attorney Steve homepage

  • 00:12

    What is Title Insurance?

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    Title insurance protects homebuyers and lenders from past mistakes in the transfer of real property. Although the chance of a seller not having free and clear ownership of the property is quite low, it is important that every new homeowner obtain a title insurance policy. In this podcast, real estate attorney Chance Badertscher answers frequently asked questions about tile insurance.

  • 01:37

    Law Library Statistics, Ranking and the "Value" of Law Libraries

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    Special guests will include, Scott Pagel, Teresa Miguel-Stearns, Frank Houdek, and Darin Fox, current and past members of the ABA Data Policy and Collection Committee and noted experts in law library data and statistics. Regular line up of co-hosts and pundits includes: Ken Hirsh, Elizabeth Farrell Clifford, Roger Skalbeck, Mandy Lee, and Greg Lambert. 
    By some objective measures, academic law libraries are “disappearing” before our very eyes. The ABA Annual Questionnaire may have no law library questions next year and Self Study/SEQs now only contain about ten questions regarding the library! (In the past year I served on two site teams and the report template that I completed last month was smaller than the one I did last year!) Does it mean we’re less important? Nope. Not by a long shot. Other indicators show strong evidence that law libraries in law schools are more important and popular than ever before.
    Topics that will be considered are how the center of gravity is shifting away from objective measures of what is a law library, to subjective ones that emphasize services that we provide to our institutions. Anecdotally, it seems that law libraries are as popular as ever and are providing many expanded services, such as managing digital publication in law schools, PERMA, developing digitization of primary materials, expanded teaching throughout curricula via specialized research classes, etc., etc. But on paper, in the ABA Questionnaire, SEQ, etc., it seems we’re disappearing.
     

  • 02:00

    CHILD ENDANGERMENT: The New American Pastime? Part I

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    Tonight's show is Part I of a two-part series hosted by Valerie K. Lazarus and Pam Neyens where we will be disclosing long-term effects of placing young children with strangers. In Part II, we will discuss American institutions that victimize children outright by removing them from loving homes. Please call in!
    In these insane times when mothers lose their children for reporting sexual abuse by the other parent, and CPS predates upon the American family, it is really up to investigative journalists to protect our children from corrupt judges and court professionals, just as they're beginning to bring sexual predators to our national consciousness in schools and places of worship where they've been raping our children for decades, if not centuries.

  • 00:28

    Florida's Red Tide Meeting

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  • 03:06

    Guest Speaker Judge Anna von Reitz on gold, banking, individual sovereignty

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    Guest Speaker Judge Anna von Reitz speaks on gold, banking, individual sovereignty, and the restoration of the American Republic. Links For this episode:
    American States and Nations Bank: asanbank.net  Brilliance In Commerce Website: brillianceincommerce.com

  • 03:00

    PGT # 322 – The 40 % Duquenois-Levine Smack Down

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    New call in number - 224-803-3098 or www.spreaker.com/user/planetgreentrees
    Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion
    Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles-also providing the news, and show producer Jamie Lowell from the Third Coast Dispensary in Ypsilanti
    Regular guests and friends of the show: Jim Powers- Michigan Parents for Compassion co- founder and board member of MILegalize. Also- attorney Jeff Frazier, attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, Eric Gunnels Thetford Twp Trustee and T-racking 

  • 00:15

    Medicaid Spousal Impoverishment Rules

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    Your Host: Cheryl Culbertson, Owner/Founder - Elder Options of Texas
    In 1988, Congress enacted provisions to prevent what has come to be called "spousal impoverishment," leaving the spouse who is still living at home in the community with little or no income or resources. In addition, when one spouse applies for or receives Medicaid coverage of nursing home care while the other spouse remains in the community, the so-called “spousal impoverishment” rules disregard a certain amount of income for the financial support of the at-home spouse. Texas Elder Law Attorney Clyde Farrell of Farrell & Pak PLLC, explains the "Spousal Impoverishment" and how to protect your spouse should you have to go to a nursing home, how to spend-down quickly, and how much 'countable income" the community spouse is allowed to keep. Clyde Farrell represented the state of Texas as an Assistant Attorney General for ten years to enforce the laws requiring nursing homes to take good care of people. Since then, for the last 24 years, he has been helping people plan to get the best care they can in nursing homes, assisted living facilities or at home. Sometimes that involves protecting assets while qualifying for Medicaid, and sometimes it involves avoiding Medicaid. Mr. Farrell is a Certified Elder Law Attorney and a Certified Financial Planner practitioner. 

  • 00:26

    The Legal Show:To Teach or Not to Teach?

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    Attorney Sarah Avraham and writer Bennet Pomerantz discuss the subjects of the day.
    The audience should know that although Ms. Avraham is a licensed attorney, she is not offering legal advice in any capacity, is not establishing an attorney/client relationship with anyone listening to the show, and recommends that any listener of the show consult a local attorney for any legal advice they may require.
    This show is about us discussing hot topics and how they relate to the law.
    Leigh Anne Arthur, a South Carolina teacher, says she was forced to resign after a 16-year-old student took her phone, found private nude photos intended for her husband, shared them on social media, texted them to his friends, and then told her, "your day of reckoning is coming." What happened to this teacher? What happened to the student? Will the teacher ever teach at this school again? Tune in to hear the answers to these and many other questions surrounding this controversial story.

  • 01:00

    Janet ''Prissy'' Gregory interview

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    Janet ''Prissy''Gregory, a paralegal took on the legal system for Calvin Willis, an African-American husband and father wrongfully accused of raping a neighborhood girl. Eventually convinced of his innocence, Janet takes Calvin's pro bono case and wages a dramatic and stormy 22-year battle with the justice system that ultimately redeems an unjustly accused man.