Lawyer DRUNK in Court! Judge Judy Speaks! Pretty Girl Lies about Pregnancy for Money! HILARIOUS Courtroom GD BEST JUDGE JUDY PRESENTS! BEST JUDGE JUDY TYPE OF CASE BECAUSE JUDGE JUDITH SHEINDLIN WOULD HAVE DONE A MASTERFUL JOB
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A lawyer nominated by President Donald Trump to be a federal judge has become an internet sensation after having difficulty answering basic legal questions. (Dec. 15) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Get updates and more Breaking News here: http://smarturl.it/APBreakingNews Find the 45th President of the United States Donald Trump's latest press conferences, announcements, speeches and highlights here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnwt1fUa-EVgihKJ_26XtMdmGDOmABAAa The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. AP’s commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings. AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress http://www.ap.org/ https://plus.google.com/+AP/ https://www.facebook.com/APNews https://twitter.com/AP
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A video of Judge Frederic Schott becoming angry with a prosecutor during a hearing in Seminole County. The exchange between Schott and Assistant State Attorney Diana Miers happened on March 11 and was captured on courtroom video. A jury had just found a woman guilty of driving under the influence when the attorneys and judge started discussing the woman's license suspension. The Sanford police officer who made the arrest caused the defendant to lose her driver's license for a few months because of a mistake on the arrest paperwork. "Are you going to nolle pros that case? Or am I going to get mad at you today?" Schott asked. The judge and Miers got into a heated argument because he wanted the police officer to be charged with lying. "I want you taking him up on perjury," Schott said. "He admitted it was a mistake, your honor," Miers said. After the exchange, Schott decided to reverse the jury's verdict to not guilty. "This whole case was fishy," Schott said. Miers tried to argue against Schott's dismissal of the case but he didn't agree. "This is again evidence, direct evidence, and not circumstantial evidence," Miers said. legal analyst Belvin Perry, former chief judge for Orange and Osceola counties, was surprised to see Schott's behavior in court. "That is a very poor example of judicial temperament that judges are supposed to display," Perry said. "He should've counted to 10 and kept quiet." Officials told Eyewitness News that as a result of the incident, Schott will soon only be presiding over civil cases.
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Drunk Vegas Lawyer causes mistrial in court Part 3
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Attorney Doug Crickmer was working as a public defender in 2008 when he was sucker-punched in court by a prisoner he was appointed to defend. This occurred in Kentucky's Scott County Circuit Court and was captured on security video. The client, Peter Hafer, told Judge Rob Johnson that he was dissatisfied with Crickmer’s service, but as Crickmer began to explain his side of things, Hafer lunged at him and connected with a punch right to the the lawyer's face. Hafer was in court, accused of having stolen $51,000 worth of jewelry from a local Kmart with the help of an accomplice. Although public defender Doug Crickmer forgave Hafer, the Kentucky judicial system sentenced the assailant to a six-month jail term for the attack.
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Judge John "Jay" Hurley lashed out Tuesday at a defense lawyer who took umbrage at a decision to impose a $1,000 bond on a homeless man facing a flakka possession charge. Broward Public Defender Howard Finkelstein later defended his employee and lambasted Hurley over the judge's treatment of homeless defendants. Fenton Ross, 57, was about to be released without bond when Hurley was told pre-trial services would have difficulty monitoring him because he was homeless. Hurley decided to impose a $1,000 bond, which drew an objection from Assistant Public Defender Dale Miller. "Being homeless should not be an impediment to being [released] pre-trial," Miller said. "As long as he stays out of trouble and reports properly, that's all that's required." Hurley declined to reconsider, finding that Ross had no ties to the community. As Hurley tried to move on to the next case, Miller made a comment that prompted a stern rebuke. "Judge, since we're going to warehouse Mr. Ross for a while," Miller began. Hurley responded immediately, not allowing Miller to finish his request for a drug class for the defendant. "Your unprofessionalism and your smart alec ... sir, don't even try," Hurley said. "You're taking a shot at the court, it's unprofessional … Sir, you do this quite often. The court is really tired of it. I've admonished you many times. You know you're taking a shot by saying warehousing." Hurley raised the possibility of holding Miller in contempt but insisted that was not how he wanted to handle their disagreement. "Your shots to this court really undermine everyone's view of how the court should be run," Hurley said. "I know that someone in your office has admonished for how you behave … Knock it off. Thank you." Miller defended himself. ""I will not stop advocating zealously for my clients," he said. "You're advocating in an unprofessional way, and I'm not going to hear another word about it," Hurley said. Hurley then agreed to the drug class Miller requested. Hurley, who runs the first courtroom most defendants see after they've been arrested, declined to comment on the exchange after Tuesday morning's court session ended. Finkelstein denied Hurley's claim that Miller had been given negative feedback about his conduct before Hurley. "Not only have I not admonished him, I think he's doing an extraordinary job," Finkelstein said. "It's not easy standing up to a judge who has consistently shown such a disregard for the constitutional rights of homeless people … If anybody has been unprofessional in that courtroom when it comes to homeless people, it's Judge Hurley." Tensions between Hurley and the Public Defender's Office have run high for more than a year. In October 2014, Finkelstein asked Broward Chief Judge Peter Weinstein to reassign Hurley. Weeks earlier, Hurley had Assistant Public Defender Nadine Gerault-Levy removed from his courtroom after she suggested homeless defendants charged with violating city ordinances were entitled to a lawyer, though her office is not authorized to represent them. Attorneys hired by Broward cities are now routinely covering those cases as part of the afternoon docket in Hurley's courtroom.
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Dr. Daniel Baldi is on trial charge in the deaths of nine of his patients.
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"You're DRUNK in COURT!?" Woman Drunk in front of JUDGE! Judge Joe Brown (FULL EPISODE) Judge Judy type of CASE! **SUBSCRIBE HERE** https://goo.gl/QRU75P What's up guys! Thanks for watching Syndicon! Background by CyberWebFX: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_oG7aB_tQ7WQ0wwXoH2cEQ Outro Music: Peyruis - Smooth FreeBackgroundMusic https://youtu.be/rbCyqZsjR4M ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This video may contain copyrighted material; the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available for the purposes of criticism, comment, review and news reporting which constitute the 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. Not withstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work for purposes such as criticism, comment, review and news reporting is not an infringement of copyright.
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Drunk Vegas Lawyer Causes Mistrial in Court Part 4
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Bad courtroom behavior leads judge to declare mistrial for Albuquerque attorney
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George Zimmerman's lawyers have been arguing that the prosecutors withheld crucial exculpatory evidence or are at least not giving it to them in a timely manner necessary to defend Zimmerman. Don West's frustration can be seen as he argues with Judge Debra Nelson. By the end, the judge ignores West and walks out the door. George Zimmerman is seen at the end smiling and shaking his lawyers' hands.
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I won my first trial by using one word. Want to hear how I did that? I was a 3rd year law student at Wake Forest Law School. They had a program that allowed students to work with various lawyers in the community. My rotation assigned me to the public defender's office. The lawyer that I worked with was extremely busy and overloaded with too many cases to handle. Eventually she would toss me a stack of files and tell me to work them out and find out if any were trials. The vast majority of the cases results in some type of a negotiated plea deal. But finally, I came to a file that was a trial. I spoke with the client several times advising him that it looks like he had a good case to take to trial. He agreed and was on board with moving forward. I made my announcement to the judge and she set it down for trial in a few days. I poured over the police report and prepared feverishly. I wrote all kinds of objections that I could make during trial to try and limit evidence that could be used against my client. I determined that there was key piece of evidence that I really needed to attack or we might not win the case. One the day of trial, I walked into the courtroom to find the prosecutor looking at the police report for the first time. The officer arrived five minutes before trial and could not remember a thing about the case. He had to "refresh" his memory by reading the police reports moments before the trial was going to begin. The prosecutor started asking the officer questions about my clients DUI arrest. As she progressed through the story, I could sense she was approaching the key piece of evidence that I new we needed to limit. I tensed up as I was getting ready to jump out of my chair and make my objection. Finally, the prosecutor asked the question. I jumped up and boldly stated "objection". I gave a really long argument to the judge on the legal reason the prosecutor could not go into that line of questioning and why this key piece of evidence was not admissible. The judge was almost shocked at how well prepared I was to make this argument. After thinking the issue over for few minutes the judge agreed. Because there was no other way for the prosecutor to prove their case, the judge ended up dismissing the case before the trial was even over. The difference between winning and losing this case was one word, "objection". The reason I tell this story, is to highlight how one word can change the outcome of an entire case. It can be the difference between winning and losing. On that day, my client walked out the courtroom an innocent man. He saved his license, avoided jail, and did not have to pay fines or perform community service. There are many DUI cases in similar situations. Your case may be one of them. One word can the difference between you winning or losing your case.
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Too F'n funny. I only caught half of the conversation but I starting recording when he started cussing. The mediacom people tried pushing a button to notify police but it didn't work. He eventually sped away after he walked out on my video. He was definitely intoxicated and did not represent himself very well as him being a lawyer and all. The times republican called me wanting to do a story on it but have not heard back. Never thought this video would go viral. Just was in shock when I went to pay my bill! Lol
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Drunk Vegas Lawyer Causes Mistrial in Court Part 2
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A Las Vegas defense attorney has agreed to remove a "Black Lives Matter" pin from her blouse after a Nevada judge held firm and said he wouldn't allow displays of political viewpoints during proceedings in his courtroom.
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Dale Linder Sr. and Attorney Michael Duff clash during a hearing in Lorain Municipal Court. Linder's two sons were allegedly killed by their cousin Donna Brown. The defense is claiming she was tormented by the men for being a lesbian and that she was pistol whipped by one of them the night before before the shooting.
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Clark County District Court Judge Michelle Leavitt was prepared and did an Outstanding job on this case. Attorney Maggie McLetchie Outstanding argument and preparation. Plaintiff: Jennifer Violet Abrams Attorney Marshal Willick Attorney Josh Gilmore Defendant: Steve Sanson and Veterans In Politics International, Inc (TM), Louis Schneider Attorney Maggie McLetchie Attorney Cal Potter By David Ferrara Las Vegas Review-Journal June 22, 2017 - 6:03 pm Updated June 22, 2017 - 9:03 pm A judge on Thursday threw out a lawsuit against Las Vegas attorney Louis Schneider and veterans group leader Steve Sanson. The lawsuit had accused Schneider and Sanson, who runs Veterans in Politics International, of colluding to influence court cases and making “false and defamatory” statements about Jennifer Abrams, another attorney. In a companion case filed shortly after this lawsuit was filed, a judge denied Sanson’s motion to dismiss. In her order, District Judge Michelle Leavitt allowed the defendants of the defamation lawsuit to file any additional motions regarding attorney fees and damages. “The defendants met their burden of showing that the instant matter arises from defendants’ good faith communications in furtherance of the right to free speech in direct connection with an issue of public concern,” Leavitt’s order said. “The majority of the communication took place on the public forum of the internet, and the communications were made without knowledge of falsehood, or were opinions incapable of being true or false.” Abrams said she plans to appeal Leavitt’s decision. Sanson’s lawyer Maggie McLetchie, who also represents the Las Vegas Review-Journal, said the decision properly recognized that lawyers can’t sue members of the public for criticizing their behavior in taxpayer-funded courtrooms. “(Veterans in Politics International) and Steve Sanson have every right to monitor court proceedings and criticize both judges and lawyers,” McLetchie said in a texted response to a request for comment. Schneider said he plans to ask the judge for attorney fees, which are mandatory in Nevada under what are known as Anti-Slapp statutes. They allow defendants to file motions to dismiss that show “good faith communication in furtherance of the right to petition or the right to free speech in direct connection with an issue of public concern.” McLetchie noted that by granting the anti-SLAPP motion, the court protected free speech rights. “Lawyers are not above criticism and should not be able to file vexatious and abusive lawsuits to silence people who criticize them,” she said. Schneider said he is weighing his options regarding future litigation against Abrams. “I’m very pleased I was able to clear my name from these groundless and baseless accusations,” Schneider said. “I’ll be petitioning the court for sanctions against Jennifer Abrams personally and her law firm.” Abrams alleged that Schneider provided at least one video of a closed Family Court hearing to Sanson, who posted it online late last year under the headline “Nevada Attorney attacks a Clark County Family Court Judge in Open Court,” with an article that included statements about Abrams that were “highly offensive and inflammatory.” Abrams called Sanson and Schneider a “criminal syndicate” and said they conspired in “smear campaigns” to influence the outcome of court cases. Schneider said he has no affiliation with Sanson’s organization. He also said he was “not pleased” with the video being publicized and suggested that the case be sealed through the court. Contact David Ferrara at [email protected] or 702-380-1039. Follow @randompoker on Twitter.
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An alcoholic Manhattan court stenographer went rogue, channeling his inner "Shining" during a high-profile criminal trial and repeatedly typing, "I hate my job, I hate my job" instead of the trial dialogue, sources told The Post. The bizarre antics by Daniel Kochanski, who has since been fired, wreaked havoc on some 30 Manhattan court cases, sources said, and now officials are scrambling to repair the damage. One high-level source said his "gibberish" typing may have jeopardized hard-won convictions by giving criminals the chance to claim crucial evidence is missing. Read more: http://nypost.com/2014/04/03/alcoholic-court-stenographers-gibberish-imperils-guilty-verdicts/ Cenk Uygur (http://www.twitter.com/cenkuygur) and Ana Kasparian (http://www.twitter.com/anakasparian) of The Young Turks discuss this story, and how they define success. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. ********** The Largest Online News Show in the World. Hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. LIVE STREAMING weekdays 6-8pm ET. Young Turk (n), 1. Young progressive or insurgent member of an institution, movement, or political party. 2. Young person who rebels against authority or societal expectations. (American Heritage Dictionary) The Young Turks (Winner - Best Political Podcast & Best Political News Site of 2009) were the first original talk show on Sirius satellite radio and the first live, daily webcast on the internet. But that is not the revolution. We are a rare show that combines all of the news that people care about in one place. We are not afraid to talk about politics and entertainment and sports and pop culture. But that is not the revolution either. The real revolution is in daring to be honest with people. We don't patronize our viewers or lie to them. We have real conversations and deliver the news honestly. Download audio and video of the full two hour show on-demand + the members-only post game show by becoming a member at http://www.tytnetwork.com/tytmembership. Your membership supports the day to day operations and is vital for our continued success and growth. Join The Young Turks Network mailing list http://www.tytnetwork.com/member-options/register-subscriber/ or Support The Young Turks by Subscribing http://www.youtube.com/user/theyoungturks?sub_confirmation=1 Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheYoungTurks Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheYoungTurks Support TYT for FREE by doing your Amazon shopping through this link (bookmark it!) http://www.amazon.com/?tag=theyoungturks-20 Get your TYT Merch: http://shoptyt.com or http://theyoungturks.spreadshirt.com/
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8.30.2012: Traffic Tribunal Chief Magistrate William Guglietta Wednesday found criminal defense lawyer Layne Savage guilty of refusing to submit to a chemical breath test and possessing an open container of alcohol in her car after a traffic stop in March. Guglietta's decision came after a four-day trial earlier this summer. He found that the officer had reasonable suspicion to stop Savage based on a caller's report of an erratic driver on Route 114 in Barrington. He suspended her license for 90 days and ordered her to perform 40 hours of community service at Wednesday's sentencing. Providence Journal video by Kathy Borchers More: http://news.providencejournal.com/breaking-news/2012/08/ri-magistrate-r.html
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For more stories visit http://www.enca.com/videos/ Johannesburg, 3 March -- A Johannesburg lawyer is expected to appear in the Mankwe Magistrate's Court in the North West today, over the deaths of five people. The 35-year-old was allegedly drunk, when he lost control of his SUV and crashed into the group in the early hours of Monday morning. Seven other pedestrians were injured.
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Lawyer DRUNK in Court! Judge Judy Speaks! Pretty Girl Lies about Pregnancy for Money! HILARIOUS Courtroom GD BEST JUDGE JUDY PRESENTS! BEST JUDGE JUDY TYPE OF CASE BECAUSE JUDGE JUDITH SHEINDLIN WOULD HAVE DONE A MASTERFUL JOB
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Trial Lawyer, Crimes, Cross examination, Matrimonial; securities; white collar; civil litigation; corporate litigation; personal injury; demonstrates his devastating skills.
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A court on Friday rejected the bail application moved by 35-year-old corporate lawyer Jahnavi Gadkar who is accused of mowing down two persons in Mumbai on 10 June under the influence of alcohol. "The application is rejected," Magistrate Richa Khedkar said in her order while extending Gadkar's judicial custody till July 10. Gadkar, through her lawyer Amit Desai had told the Kurla court that the investigation in the case is over and her custody is no longer required. Desai had also argued that if Gadkar is kept in jail it would be pre-trial punishment. The senior lawyer had contended that charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder is not attracted in the case but police should have imposed section 185 of Motor Vehicle Act that deals with drunken driving. He had also argued that the magistrate is not barred from hearing the bail plea when the accused is a woman and the offence does not attract life sentence or capital punishment. Desai also had told the court that the prosecution's claim that she will tamper with evidence or will go absconding does not hold ground as after the accident she was allowed to go back home and the police had called her the next day. However public prosecutor had opposed the bail, saying that the offence was serious and the magistrate can't grant her bail. Prosecutor Pralahad Mahajan had opposed the bail saying that some of the witnesses are friends of the accused and live in the same vicinity and hence she will tamper with evidence if released on bail. In the early hours of June 10, an Audi driven by Gadkar rammed a taxi, resulting in the death of two persons including the taxi driver on the Eastern Freeway here. The deceased were identified as Mohammed Abdul Sayyad (55) and Mohammed Salim Sabuwala (50).
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5 tips about drinking and driving defense from DUI defense lawyer Aaron J. Boria. Charged with OWI in Michigan? Lean more about your case here. http://thelawyermichigan.com
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248-924-9458 https://www.duiplaybook.com If you're charged with a drunk driving misdemeanor offense in Dearborn your case will be heard at the 19th District Court, which is located at 16077 Michigan Ave Dearborn, MI 48126. If you are charged with a drunk driving felony offense in Dearborn, your case will begin at the 19th District Court for preliminary examination then proceed to the Wayne County Circuit Court for trial. The presiding judges at the Dearborn District Court are the Honorable Richard Wygonik, the Honorable William C. Hultgren and the Honorable Mark W. Somers. The prosecuting attorney in Wayne County is Kym L. Worthy.
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