The purpose of the show is to help people navigate the legal system. It provides information as to how the legal system really works, from the inside and from the perspective of a long time trial lawyer (the trench) and Superior Court judge (the bench). It illustrates the principles with real cases and provides guidelines for people who are in the system or about to be involved in it, including small claims, restraining orders, landlord/tenant, criminal and general civil litigation. It provides the answers to such questions as "what do I do if...?" while including a spiritual approach as well.Clips of Celebrity Interviews from For The People: For full interviews, click here.
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For the People - Monday May 18, 2020
For the People - Monday May 11, 2020
For the People - Monday May 4, 2020 - Guest: David Schoen (attorney for Roger Stone), discussion of Stone case, should defendants testify, perjury risk, review of Ann Coulters' book "High Crimes and Misdemeanors," the Clintons, politicians, 30,000 emails, business deals, corrupt system, judges, Schoen's review of Stone case, Mueller, sentencing, judge's opinion, Hillary Clinton and the emails, lawyers on the case, impartiality, ethical issues, motion to suppress, government conflict, impact, agent, client as a witness, well-intentioned, gag order, attacks against prosecution not permitted, jury selection, jury questionnaire, discovery of juror attitudes, pardon, prison, bail on appeal, new trial motion, biased judge, jury questionnaire is sealed, remand, Brady case, ethical issues, impeaching witnesses, plea deals, why Hillary emails were destroyed, Epstein was not suicide, Michael Badin, defense plan, extortion, materiality.
For the People - Monday April 27, 2020 - Snippets from celebrity interviews and comments after playing each one, Ann Coulter, book, "High Crimes and Misdemeanors," Roger Stone and appeal, Bolton book, impeachment, dead issue, Senator Ben Cardin, expansion of power, Lee Baca, gun safety, NRA, Richard Chamberlain, Grammy award-winning composer and record producer Seven Aurelius, song "Brothers," Kayne West, adult actress Ginger Banks, legislation dealing with sex trafficking and difference between trafficking and prostitution, Alan Dershowitz, analysis.
For the People - Monday April 20, 2020 - Coronavirus continued, future, comments, states’ rights, Federalist papers, Roger Stone new trial motion and denial, governors, revolution, Jack Benny, protests, when the money runs out, homelessness, 60-day moratorium for evictions, rent, late fees, loss of investment, Europe, paying payrolls, Trump ratings, elephant in the room, certain businesses will not survive, trickle-down effect, movie financing, collateral, loans, where the money is going, sporting events, arrests, Groundhog Day, testing, economic decision, election, Georgia, 10th Amendment, juror misconduct, spiritual aspects.
For the People - Monday April 13, 2020 - Orwell, 1984, extensions of time and the statute of limitations, not extended, filing a complaint, last day and date stamp, Big Brother, surveillance, monitoring people, right of privacy, cameras, who is watching, deep state, "Wag the Dog," looking for the enemy, invasion, balance, FISA warrants, judges, threats, ex parte, politics and appointments, search, NRA, 2nd Amendment, expanded power of the executive branch, government power, Attorney General, Preamble to the Constitution, conservatives and liberals, governors, England, possibilities.
For the People - Monday April 6, 2020 - Coronavirus update, status, contracts, enforcement, predictability, restraining orders, telephonic devices, audio/visual, criminal cases, Chief Justice order, stays, obligations, extensions of time, late fees, compassion, expectations, structuring, interest, bankruptcies, ramifications, collection cases, specific performance, deals, insurance, Preamble to U.S. Constitution, speedy trial, reasonableness, reading Chief Justice order and provisions, in custody defendant's, jury extension of time, technology, due process, CARES ACT, PPP, loans, tax issues, SBA loans, payroll taxes, $10,000 grant, disaster loans, terms, rate of interest, financial impact, effect on small businesses, forgiveness, creative, no buy backs or distributions, religious organizations and enforcement of law by government, common enemy and common front, lesson, speed, conduct, spiritual effect.
For the People - Monday March 30, 2020 - Effects of Coronavirus, physical, emotional, financial, different perspective, criminal dates and schedules, speedy trial, 6th Amendment, England, time periods, what happens if untimely, dismissal, Chief Justice changing limits, refiling, waiving time, Constitution, "reasonable," court shutdowns, jury story, jury panel, cough in the face, preliminary hearing, 1 refile, no-show in court, bench warrant, holding the warrant, declaration of holiday, story of room rental, landlord/tenant, record, cancellations for non-payment, insurance policy, people out of jail, power of the President, freezing bank assets, internet, local government, habeas corpus, Lincoln, contracts, banks, foreclosure, stay of execution, writs, UD cases, discretion, late fees, force majeure, repossession, spiritual aspects, cause and effect, lessons, challenges, blessings, consciousness, conduct, martial law, time.
For the People - Monday March 23, 2020 - Rerun of 3/16/20 Coronavirus interview with Dr. Jacobson.
For the People - Monday March 16, 2020 - Guest: Walter Jacobson, M.D., psychiatrist, coronavirus, physical and mental aspects of the pandemic, how to deal with both, effect on our emotional state of mind.
For the People - Monday March 9, 2020 - Guest: Alan Dershowitz, the Constitution, Federalist papers, bribery, abuse of authority, the impeachment, felony murder rule and general principles.
For the People - Monday March 2, 2020 - Rerun of Guest: U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D-Maryland), Guest: Kristin Davis regarding Roger Stone, current situation, sentence, motion for a new trial, basis, jury conduct and ramification of jury misconduct, jury selection, peremptory challenges, uncertainty and settlement.
For the People - Monday February 24, 2020 - Guest: U.S. Senator Benjamin Cardin (D-Maryland), impeachment process, his views, Constitution, Senate responsibility, no trial, no appeal, dangerous times, fear of Trump by Congress, gun safety bill, use of restraining orders, after interview references to Yogi Berra, Bernie Sanders, rights of privacy, 1984, traffic court, cost to fight, traffic school, Roger Stone case, motion for a new trial, juror misconduct rules and cases, jury mistakes, ramifications of either, pardons, Harvey Weinstein tape, spiritual aspects, Lee Baca, case in Arizona, discretionary call, not likely to be reversed on appeal, "polling the jury," rape case and mistrial, judge's ruling not to be dependent upon how the judge feels about the parties, "good old boys" network and effect.
For the People - Monday February 10, 2020 - Voting, what if there had been a criminal case instead of impeachment, stonewalling, Bolton, burden of proof, Roger Stone, loyalty, sentencing, guidelines, pardons, admissibility of evidence, hearsay, discussion with Lainie Speiser, Roger Stone's publicist, term limits, relevance issue for the judge, Constitution, abuse of power, democrats' mistakes.
For the People - Monday February 3, 2020 - Impeachment, non-event, result, was there a real trial, what if it was a criminal trial, stare decisis, Democrats' mistakes, Dershowitz, Bolton, practicality, bribery, crime, executive privilege, privilege log, motions to compel, accelerative process, election, electoral college, judicial appointments, stonewalling, jury instruction, McGann case, evidentiary rules, politics and chaos.
For the People - Monday January 27, 2020 - Impeachment not a trial, burden of proof, no trial if jury decides before proceedings begin, relevance, what if a criminal case, different burdens, this was political, allegations, requirement for a trial, how criminal cases are done, Bolton, obstruction, Bolton's book, calling witnesses, no chance of conviction, Dershowitz, history regarding obstruction and executive privilege, Obama used it, stonewalling, discovery, documents, assertion of legal right to oppose, smoking gun, notes, waiver, choice, jury issue, pressure on the Senate, self-interest, oath, Clinton trial, behind the scenes, McConnell, when privilege applies, precedent, privilege log, description, what was the purpose of the communication, in camera review, why not go to court for rulings, U.S. v. Nixon case, privilege yields to public interest, McGann case, Supreme Court, Chief Justice Roberts, due process, document request.
For the People - Monday January 20, 2020 - Rerun of 12/16/19 Episode: Statutes of limitation, when it begins and ends, exceptions, collections, contractual statutes of limitations, circumstances, haves versus have nots, tolling agreements, estoppel, insurance claims, what are your rights, policies, ultimate reality, premiums, claims practices, claims mean money out reducing profits, reserves, upper hand, fraudulent claims, Penal Code section making fraud a crime, felonies and misdemeanors, reading from the Insurance Code and regulations to reign in unfair claims settlement practices, Section 790.03(h) of the Insurance Code, examples and statistics, contingency fee lawyers, "closed files," defense view, summary judgment motions, why not settle, billable hours, competition among defense lawyers, rates, "lowball" offers, "genuine dispute doctrine," delays, attorney fees, "consequential (emotional) damages," punitive damages, clear and convincing evidence, insurance regulations, why is this happening to you, desire, cause and effect, time.
For the People - Monday January 13, 2020 - Dershowitz, subpoenas, impeachment discussion, no rules, “Wag the Dog,” deflections, Stone playbook, cynicism, fault with the system, is the system fair?, reality, public rarely hears the truth, corruption, experts and cottage industry, defendant experts and the money, medical witness issues, training, checking out the judges, reputations, do judges read everything?, files, exhibits, why settle?, picking a jury, type of damages, peremptory challenges, dismissal for cause, sidebars, voir dire, jury story, can a judge take away a jury verdict?, strategy, anatomy of the case, discovery in a civil case but not in criminal case, deposition from jail, 5th Amendment, notes, burden of proof, requirement for testimony, know the tricks, jury deliberations, read-back of testimony, nasty judges, uncertainty, disqualifying judges, power, marking exhibits, motions in limine, unringing the bell.
For the People - Monday January 6, 2020 - Dershowitz, subpoenas, impeachment discussion, no rules, “Wag the Dog,” deflections, Stone playbook, cynicism, fault with the system, is the system fair?, reality, public rarely hears the truth, corruption, experts and cottage industry, defendant experts and the money, medical witness issues, training, checking out the judges, reputations, do judges read everything?, files, exhibits, why settle?, picking a jury, type of damages, peremptory challenges, dismissal for cause, sidebars, voir dire, jury story, can a judge take away a jury verdict?, strategy, anatomy of the case, discovery in a civil case but not in criminal case, deposition from jail, 5th Amendment, notes, burden of proof, requirement for testimony, know the tricks, jury deliberations, read-back of testimony, nasty judges, uncertainty, disqualifying judges, power, marking exhibits, motions in limine, unringing the bell.
For the People - Monday December 30, 2019 - Guest: Chaim Solomon, spiritual rules, technological application, quality of life, contents of prior shows including Ann Coulter, fulfillment, gratification, consciousness is everything, mind over matter, thinking creates, shifting, technologies and the physical world, physical is manifestation, spirituality and free will, light and the power of creation, action and reaction, interrupting a pattern, pausing and making a choice, putting in good energy, Kabbalah, positive vibes, winning and losing, changing attitude, predictability, settlement, ego, forgiving, negative energy, good inside, turning on the Light, activation, unconditional love and positive energy, how the world works, not random, what goes around comes around, light removes darkness, earning and working for it, inner peace, quantum consciousness, dreams and happiness.
For the People - Monday December 23, 2019 - Right of privacy, remedies, cause and effect, sudden, seed level, doing the right thing, Hippocrates, compromise, ego, creation, ability to change, small claims, no lawyers, filing fees, fee waivers, no cross-examination, reasonable person standard, balance, free speech, practicability, attorney fees in small claims cases, stare decisis, continuing conduct, Brekke case, balance, suing for invasion of privacy in small claims court, defamation, truth as a defense, opinions, non-appearance, right to appeal, prove-up hearing, judgment, collection, appeals from small claims court decision, attorney fees in restraining order cases, declarations, Adler case, social media, change of venue, stay of execution, unlawful detainers, no cross-complaint, stay, Dershowitz.
For the People - Monday December 16, 2019 - Statutes of limitation, when it begins and ends, exceptions, collections, contractual statutes of limitations, circumstances, haves versus have nots, tolling agreements, estoppel, insurance claims, what are your rights, policies, ultimate reality, premiums, claims practices, claims mean money out reducing profits, reserves, upper hand, fraudulent claims, Penal Code section making fraud a crime, felonies and misdemeanors, reading from the Insurance Code and regulations to reign in unfair claims settlement practices, Section 790.03(h) of the Insurance Code, examples and statistics, contingency fee lawyers, "closed files," defense view, summary judgment motions, why not settle, billable hours, competition among defense lawyers, rates, "lowball" offers, "genuine dispute doctrine," delays, attorney fees, "consequential (emotional) damages," punitive damages, clear and convincing evidence, insurance regulations, why is this happening to you, desire, cause and effect, time.
For the People - Monday December 9, 2019 - Collection, fraudulent conveyances, set aside, disgorgement, when a judgment creditor knows how to collect on the judgment, self and collection agency, demand for payment, oral appearance of debtor (ORAP), assets, bank accounts, request for ORAP, simple rules, service, first non-appearance, warrant, holding the warrant, setting of bail, second non-appearance ramifications, double the bail and execution of the warrant, Order to Show Cause for performance, collection story, turnover order, grab the car, bank accounts and process, writs, tips to grab assets, procedure, garnishment, modifications, financial statement with assets and liabilities, creditors, structure, 10% interest, abstract of judgment on real property, refinance and sale, costs, "keeper," attorney fees, evidence, what it is, hearsay, exceptions, no cross-examination, custodian of records, state of mind of recipient, parol evidence rule, integration clause, fraud, changing terms and conditions, materiality, need for a lawyer, DUI and need for a lawyer, wet reckless, guidelines, hung jury, enhancement, prior felony, Beagle case, client testimony, refusal to take test, DMV, driving, actual case, nystagmus, attack on machine, calibrations, plea bargain, volume, limited license, 3-hour rule, plea and waiver form.
For the People - Monday December 2, 2019 - Judges, quality or lack thereof, bulletproof, picking a lawyer, system, Small Claims court rules, who is your judge?, challenges to judges, some are awful, federal judges, story of judge, assignments, federal court and judges, 10 most frequently asked questions, subjects, mediation, arbitration, motion to vacate judgment, filing of civil cases, fee waivers, summons, default, restraining orders, quasi-criminal, guns, arrests, turnover, appeals, fraud, contracts, reliance, oral and written, concealment, punitive damages, deterrence, torts, multiple, Chapter 7 and Chapter 11, damages, differences, trustees, assets, estate, closing, creditors, timely claims, adversary claims, majority are Chapter 7, reorganization, cramdown deals, committees, system not fair, haves versus have-nots, summary judgment motions, cost of transcripts, contingency lawyers, settle, closed files, can't bill closed file, creating paper, billable hours, associates, new lawyers, getting to partner, managing partner, how to get there, advertising, cost of defense, State Bar website.
For the People - Monday November 25, 2019 - "Get used to it, they all do it" politics re: quid pro quo, legal world, obstruction, immunity, autocracy, requirement to testify, executive privilege, stay, sua sponte, administrative delay, Trump tax returns, instruction not to testify, burden of proof, not hearsay, pounding on the table, how people vote, what if case against Trump was criminal instead of impeachment, filing deputy, bases to charge, no automatic stay, preliminary hearings, bail, "probable cause," reasonable basis, holding to answer, 6th Amendment, grand jury, "true bill," Constitution, Federalist Papers, Hamilton, impeachment evidence, judiciary, rules, term limits, Voltaire, too complicated and too long, one question cross examination, KISS, Stone conviction, retrials, arson case.
For the People - Monday November 18, 2019 - Guests: Daphne Barak, author of book on Rick Gates and Kristin Davis, public relations contact for Roger Stone, discussion of impeachment and Stone conviction.
For the People - Monday November 11, 2019 - Purpose of show, interview with Stone, trial, who is Stone, legal issues, Mulveny "get over it," greed and corruption, Clapper and Brennan, food for thought, perception, why witnesses change testimony, honesty and integrity, Stone's rules, parallel, obstruction, keep it simple, Judge Jackson, trial strategies, rules, presumptions, jury instructions, materiality, not testifying, credibility of witnesses, cross-examination, no defense but cross examination, rarely call defendant, 4th and 6th Amendments, can't remember, emails, mistake, lying to Congress, sentencing, Federal system, guidelines, discretion, no collusion means no crime, memory, civil deposition, transcript, changes in testimony, credibility, jury instruction, decisions only on the law, haves and have nots, unlawful detainer case, media, appointments, probabilities, Mapp v. Ohio case, search and seizure per 4th Amendment, warrants, history, liberal versus non-flexible, motions to suppress, no warrant, Miranda case, 6th Amendment, right of accused, speedy trial, confrontation, counsel, presumption of innocence.
For the People - Monday November 4, 2019 - If there is no conviction in the impeachment process will it hurt the Democrats?, media bias, legal issues regarding immunity, previous holdings, kick the case down the road, no-shows, contempt, tax returns, tax evasion, intent, tax code, the facts are the facts, executive privilege, bribery, crime, term limits, Federalist Papers, constitution, strict construction, liberal construction, interpretation based on the framers’ intention, right to vote, delay, slow walk, CNN, bias, facts are unsupported, Nixon, no crime, Federalist Society, 1st Amendment, evolving, reverse porn, right of privacy, free speech, judges faced with choice, protect the public, balance, social media, percent of restraining orders granted, small claims court for invasion of privacy, hassle factor, collection of judgment, garnishment, levy, judgment, abstract of judgment, cloud on title, sale, grabbing cars, waiver of filing fee, defamation, truth as a defense, publication, evaluation of case, settle.
For the People - Monday October 28, 2019 - Last week's interview with Ann Coulter, constitutional issue, political perspective, what is an impeachment trial?, how it works, Judge Howell opinion, Rule 6 (e), production of grand jury testimony, necessity for production, evidence, burden of proof, obtaining facts, civil or criminal, legal questions, grounds, high crimes and misdemeanors, investigations and refiling, is it fair, discovery, right to conduct, grand jury, waiver, 5th Amendment, immunity, "true bill," intent to defraud, abuse of power, disregarding evidence, stonewalling, farce, estoppel, Court of Appeals, Supreme Court, hearsay and exceptions, co-conspirator exception, corroboration, not offered as hearsay, Giuliani, prior inconsistent statement, Andrew Johnson, executive privilege, Supreme Court on issue, Federalist Society, appointments, certiorari, discretionary calls, arbitrary and capricious, Baggot case, real jury, does evidence get in, "slow walk."
For the People - Monday October 21, 2019 - Special Guest: Ann Coulter.
For the People - Monday October 14, 2019
For the People - Monday October 7, 2019
For the People - Monday August 19, 2019
For the People - Monday August 12, 2019
For The People - Monday July 22, 2019 - Guest: Lisa Ann, major adult star, her history and experiences with cyberbullying and restraining orders, prior interviews on same subject, diversity, freedom and freedom of speech, spirituality, employers' obligations, her experience at the gym, duty not to disclose, stalking, her cases, defamation, burden of proof, truth as a defense, invasion of privacy, weight and balance, Sullivan vs. N.Y. Times case, Evans vs. Evans quote, small claims as place to get relief, jury duty and getting out of it.
For The People - Monday July 15, 2019 - Judges, what they do, power, ways to be appointed, mechanical, election, politics, agenda, nasty judges, judicial decisions, sanctions, remedies for violations, compulsion, decisions on motions, motions in limine, declarations, discretionary calls, certainty, challenges to judges, practical, expectations, if it happened to someone else it could happen to you, tape recording, contempt, some not too current, reading papers, eight judges, basis for dismissal was she couldn’t read the papers, scheduling, judges getting fired, bench trial, flippant, change of mind, getting hometowned, drunk judge, bribes, Texas.
For The People - Monday July 8, 2019
For The People - Monday July 1, 2019 - Guest: Dante Nero, free speech, life as a pimp, Proud Boys and white supremacy, TROs, ex parte, control of speech.
For The People - Monday June 24, 2019 - Guest: Nick Mahler, barred from Twitter, timing, diversity in shows, Supreme Court ruling today, last week’s show on homeless vets, nasty judges, jury view, robes, prison, effect of Supreme Court case, 1st Amendment, trademark, scandelous, FUCT, basis, disability and success, hemp, Amazon, terms of service, products, rope, products sold, termination of account, customer service, private company and decision to do or not do something, sue or not, economic, business loss, provisions, 1st Amendment lawyers, Deep Throat, rights, exercising rights, disability, pro bono, liability and damages, how much, clear and convincing evidence.
For The People - Monday June 17, 2019
For The People - Monday June 10, 2019
For The People - Monday June 3, 2019
For The People - Monday May 27, 2019
For The People - Monday May 20, 2019 - Random versus predestination, how to pick a lawyer continued, life is a movie that can be edited, instant gratification, desires, choice, connection to energy, negative people, negative experiences, why from a spiritual perspective, cause and effect concept, creating cause, reactions, anger is ego, time to fix, time is shorter now, results come more quickly, punishment, converting chaos into order, ego and adversarial, aggressive, making a difference, evil speech, blame, settlement, litigation as a result of ego, ability to change, challenges to make changes, picking the right lawyer, visceral feelings, winners and losers, attitude, consciousness, need for a lawyer, reviews, motivation, sit down, views they have as a lawyer, single practitioner, boutique law firms or the big guys, advertising, what will the lawyer do for you and how, criminal law fees, big guys ability to settle, financing, experts, tell tale signs, client who loses.
For The People - Monday May 13, 2019 - Providing information, comments about Roger Stone interview, object of the show, options, book reviews, free choice, how to pick a lawyer, guidelines, constitutional crisis, underlying basis and need for a crime for obstruction, ask about outcome, who is the judge, predictability, reasons for settlement, bailiffs, disputes with neighbors, think of options, Essex case on duty to defend, show is designed to help the people, public disclosure, practicality, picking a lawyer, contingency, payment of costs, experts, transgender case, contingency firms, cash flow, low ball offers, hourly fee lawyers, keeping case open, billable hours, ask a lot of questions, disbarment, attorney fee calculations, first interview, DUI cases and attorneys.
For The People - Monday May 6, 2019 - Guest: Roger Stone, gag order, who he is, political times, nature of the show, information, guidelines, restraining orders, expectations, slow walking, what Trump administration is doing, subpoenas, court actions, Stone’s view, alternative media, Roe v. Wade, political judgments, upcoming elections, Biden, Sanders, censorship, gun control, legislation.
For The People - Monday April 29, 2019 - Roger Stone interview, trial strategies, indictment discussion of Stone situation, witnesses, beyond a reasonable doubt, played tape of prior Stone interview, criminal law from both sides, criminal complaint and indictments, difference, preliminary hearings, discovery, leading questions, indictment of Stone, elements, grand jury, counts in the indictment, what it doesn’t charge, Wikileaks, Corsi, Credico, credibility of witnesses, documents, emails, defense, section 977 of the Penal Code, arraignment, pre-trial conference, conspiracy, attacks on Trump, structure of prosecution, necessary elements, speculation, materiality, likeability, intent, level, mens rea, reliance on witnesses, when a witness cannot remember, jury thinking, guilty plea, why all of this is happening, cause and effect, doing the right thing.
For The People - Monday April 22, 2019 - Lisa Ann, renowned porn actress, was supposed to be our guest to talk about bullying, cyber attacks, privacy and related issues, her battle in restraining order court and the ramifications, reason she could not make it, attorney fees, the American and British systems, why the British system is better, the process, personal attacks, posting, invasion of privacy, three different types of remedies, restraining orders, actions for defamation and actions for invasion of privacy, including name and likeness, effect is to chill people from maligning you, civil harassment, rules, continuous course of conduct, going over remedies, contempt, libel and slander, the differences, special damages, defenses, truth as a defense, opinions, burden of proof, Sullivan case, malicious intent, use of small claims court, fee waiver, elements of invasion of privacy and requirements, name and likeness, seclusion, public disclosure, private nature, equitable relief, rescission, Judge’s Benchbook, truth not a defense in invasions of privacy cases, attorney fees, punitive damages, not assignable, duty to mitigate, retraction and effect as an element.
For The People - Monday April 8, 2019 - Guest: Ginger Banks, adult actress, porn star and webcam model, restraining order court, freedom of speech, process, 1st Amendment, the Constitution, FOSTA and CESTA, Constitutional Decency Act, web providers, liability, what websites are doing, FBI, Backstage case, human trafficking, definition, safe harbor, Facebook, sex workers, efforts to fight legislation, dangerous clients, megaphone example, safety issues, escorts, screening, broad language, censorship, women’s rights, “compelling interests,” stigma, legalization, public policy, right of privacy, public perception, civil remedy, breast implant case, free choice, “Defending Your Life,” judgment.
For The People - Monday April 1, 2019 - Mediation, politics, “inappropriate,” freedom and privacy, criminal offenses, battery, Griswold vs. Connecticut, 9th Amendment, application to the states, enumeration clause, not limited, discretionary calls, restraining orders, Roe vs. Wade, women’s rights, not what people think the ruling means and what it does mean, 1984, legalization of certain things, Bob Craft and the massage, depending on the judge rulings can be different, “compelling interests,” injunction, social media, Near vs. Minnesota, example of person with a gun on video, threatening, petition for restraining order, small claims court where there is no appeal if there was no appearance, “prove-up hearing,” continuances, Jussie Smollet case, public defenders, sealing the record, procedure and when used, plea bargains, filing a criminal complaint and overfiling.
For The People - Monday March 25, 2019
For The People - Monday March 18, 2019
For The People - Monday March 11, 2019 - DUI, providing information, standard laws, age to drink, need a lawyer?, lawyer advertising, penalties, misdemeanor and felony, “wet reckless,” numbers, 3-hour rule, when measured, time test to be done, options, Gerd, what it is and effect, defenses against the machine, refusal to take blood, breath or urine test, “implied consent,” DMV, plea and waiver form, direct contact with the prosecutor, speedy trial, waiver of time, taking license away, attorney appearing for client, restrictive and special license, driving issue, probation, need for a lawyer, second and subsequent convictions, motion to strike priors, plea “straight up,” more than 10 years from last conviction, attack on equipment, negotiations, actual case, evidence, “dry reckless,” lesser plea, trespass, burden of proof, jurors, “hung jury,” refiling, rape case, creating doubt, variables, fines, benefits of a reckless deal, motions post probation, change of plea and dismissal, when are lawyers necessary?, picking a lawyer, solicitation, criteria, questions to ask, lawyers bills and fees, cut and paste, ask what lawyer is going to do, average cost.
For The People - Monday March 4, 2019 - Guest: Julie Stankowski, family and divorce attorney, domestic violence, child and spousal support, timing, emergency restraining orders, difference between domestic violence restraining orders and harassment restraining orders, burden of proof, motions for reconsideration and set aside orders.
For The People - Monday February 25, 2019 - Judges, how to become a judge, who are they, how did they get there, view of people from the bench, different courts, pro tem, my appointment, personal stories, judge discretion, perks, attorney fees in restraining order cases, violation of restraining order is a crime, bail, unlawful detainer cases, sealing of records, logging of stipulation, habitability, unlawful detainer case, discretion, new bail rules, effective date.
For The People - Monday February 18, 2019 - Guest: Attorney Jeff Nadrich, expert on Class actions and mass torts, definitions, mechanics of how they work, actual cases, fire claims and recoveries.