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(www.paxstereo.tv/morningcoffee): An unbelievable story of forgiveness. A man serves 11yrs for a rape he did not commit. DNA evidence resulted in the mans release and he becomes the rape victims friend. (3-10-09) Pt. 1
19 Mar 2009
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Dr Jay Calvert's lawsuits blog on how to avoid a lawsuit, reduce insurance fraud and how to legally respond to bad reviews. https://blog yelp com/2016/12/experts-guide-patient-privacy-online-reviews Dr. Jay Calvert reviews: Discussion about how plastic surgery patients and patients in general are making health care decisions. Dr Jay Calvert on Lawsuits: Federal Law Prohibits Doctors from properly Responding to Reviews Doctors need to be very cautious if they plan to respond to patients’ online reviews. The simple act of admitting that Ms. Jones is your patient publically violates the HIPAA Privacy rule, and some physicians have been penalized, terminated or a lawsuit may result. Dr Jay Calvert on Insurance: Higher Insurance fraud rates coorelate with doctors with poor reviews In Texas, a pair of freestanding emergency rooms recently filed a legal petition seeking to force Google to share the identities behind 22 screen names connected to negative comments about the providers’ services. In another closely watched lawsuit, a plastic surgeon in Cleveland is suing a patient over negative reviews she posted on RealSelf and other sites. The dispute is unusual in that it may actually proceed to trial (most get settled), potentially leading to an influential precedent. Unlike other professionals or service providers, who can give as good as they get in answering reviewers, medical professionals must tiptoe through a legal minefield in responding to online reviews. That required reticence is the result of the federal patient privacy law known as HIPAA. The law (officially known Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) places strict limitations.
8 Sep 2019
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Saturday, October 27th, 2007 Houston, Texas The March to Stop Executions has been held each October since 2000 in cooperation with several Texas and national anti-death penalty organizations, including Texas Moratorium Network, the Austin chapter of the Campaign to End the Death Penalty, the Texas Death Penalty Abolition Movement, Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty and Texas Students Against the Death Penalty. The first march was called the "March on the Mansion" and was held on October 15, 2000. The second and third marches were called "March for a Moratorium" and were held on October 27, 2001 and October 12, 2002. In 2003, the march name changed to "March to Stop Executions". Clarence Brandley, who had been exonerated and released from death row in 1990 after spending nine years there, spoke at the 2003 march, saying "I was always wishing and hoping that someone would just look at the evidence and the facts, because the evidence was clear that I did not commit the crime." The "5th Annual March to Stop Executions" was on October 30, 2004. The "6th Annual March to Stop Executions" was held October 29, 2005 in conjunction with the 2005 National Conference of the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, which came to Austin at the invitation of the march organizers. The "7th Annual March to Stop Executions", which was sponsored by a record number of 50 organizations was held October 28, 2006 and included family members of Carlos De Luna and Cameron Todd Willingham, who both had been the subject of separate investigations by The Chicago Tribune that concluded they were probably innocent people executed by Texas. Standing outside the gates of the Texas Governor's Mansion with hundreds of supporters, the families of Willingham and De Luna delivered separate letters to Governor Perry asking him to stop executions and investigate the cases of Willingham and De Luna to determine if they were wrongfully executed. After DPS troopers refused to take the letters, Mary Arredondo, sister of Carlos De Luna, and Eugenia Willingham, stepmother of Todd, dropped them through the gate of the governor's mansion and left them lying on the walkway leading to the main door.
27 Dec 2007
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In his first on-air interview since his legal woes last December, former Yankee Jim Leyritz calls in to the OSP to tell Sid Rosenberg that he believes he will be exonerated. Plus, the former World Series hero gives his thoughts on the upcoming Fall Classic between the Rays and the Phillies. Go to: *******www.opensports****/ for more great videos.
22 Oct 2008
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GET THE PRODUCTS HERE: *******www.shoppinggood.info/mccain.html August 29, 1936. Is the senior United States Senator from Arizona and presidential nominee of the Republican Party in the 2008 presidential election. McCain graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1958. He became a naval aviator, flying ground-attack aircraft from aircraft carriers. During the Vietnam War, he nearly lost his life in the 1967 USS Forrestal fire. In October 1967, while on a bombing mission over Hanoi, he was shot down, badly injured, and captured by the North Vietnamese. He was a prisoner of war until 1973, experiencing episodes of torture and refusing an out-of-sequence early repatriation offer; his war wounds left him with lifelong physical limitations. He retired from the Navy as a captain in 1981, moved to Arizona, and entered politics. Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1982, he served two terms, and was then elected to the U.S. Senate in 1986, winning re-election easily in 1992, 1998, and 2004. While generally adhering to conservative principles, McCain at times has had a media reputation as a "maverick" for having disagreed with his party. After being investigated and largely exonerated in a political influence scandal of the 1980s as a member of the "Keating Five," he made campaign finance reform one of his signature concerns, which eventually led to the passage of the McCain-Feingold Act in 2002. He is also known for his work towards restoring diplomatic relations with Vietnam in the 1990s, and for his belief that the war in Iraq should be fought to a successful conclusion. McCain has chaired the Senate Commerce Committee, has opposed spending that he considered to be pork barrel, and played a key role in alleviating a crisis over judicial nominations. McCain lost his bid for the Republican nomination in the 2000 presidential election to George W. Bush. He ran again for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008, and gained enough delegates to become the party's presumptive nominee in March 2008. McCain was formally nominated at the 2008 Republican National Convention in September 2008, together with his chosen running mate from Alaska, Governor Sarah Palin.
21 Oct 2008
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Lt. Dangle and the Reno Sheriff's Department exonerate the Dumpster Rapist after 49 years in prison. Tune in to Comedy Central on Wednesdays at 10:30 PM to watch Reno 911!
16 Jun 2009
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10/24/2009 Austin TX Hundreds gather at the TX State Capitol to protest the Death Penalty. After so many people have been exonerated it is unfathomable that this archaic practice still exists within our "justice" system. On Tuesday Oct. 27, 2009 Reginald Blanton will be murdered by the state unless Governor Rick Perry grants him a Stay of Execution. Call Governer Perry and tell him to stop this unconscionable practice today! Before another innocent person is murdered in your name. Governor Rick Perry (512) 463-2000
26 Oct 2009
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With the help of best friend Abra Rice, Betty Anne pores through suspicious evidence mounted by small town cop Nancy Taylor, meticulously retracing the steps that led to Kenny's arrest. Belief in her brother - and her quest for the truth - pushes Betty Anne and her team to uncover the facts and utilize DNA evidence with the hope of exonerating Kenny.
11 Aug 2010
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With the help of best friend Abra Rice, Betty Anne pores through suspicious evidence mounted by small town cop Nancy Taylor, meticulously retracing the steps that led to Kenny's arrest. Belief in her brother - and her quest for the truth - pushes Betty Anne and her team to uncover the facts and utilize DNA evidence with the hope of exonerating Kenny.
11 Aug 2010
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On 28th January 2010, investigative journalist Simon Tomlin was arrested at 04.45hrs by three Nottinghamshire Police officers on a fabricated allegation of assault. In custody at Carlton Police Station, the police attempted to mislead his solicitor Annabel Hayes of The Johnson Partnership regarding the evidence to prove the innocence of the journalist and in so doing committed perjury. But true to form the 'Professional' Standards Directorate attempted to exonerate their fellow crooks in 'police' uniforms.
30 Aug 2010
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How does the bail bond collateral process work?Sometimes the bail agent will require collateral to secure the guarantee of the bond and ensure the defendant's appearance in court. Collateral is anything of value that is pledged to secure the bond, such as cash, property, jewelry, etc. Upon complete resolution of the defendant's case and payment of all premiums in full, the collateral is returned to the indemnitor.When do I get my collateral back?In most cases, collateral is returned to the defendant upon discharge or exoneration of the bail bond.ExpertBail is the only true National Bail Bond Network. With bail bond agents in every state that bail can be written, the ExpertBail Network of Agents can service your needs no matter where you or the defendant is located.
16 Dec 2010
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Convinced that her brother is innocent, Betty Anne puts herself through high school, college and, finally, law school in an 18 year quest to free Kenny. With the help of best friend Abra Rice (Academy Award nominee Minnie Driver), Betty Anne pores through suspicious evidence mounted by small town cop Nancy Taylor (Academy Award nominee Melissa Leo), meticulously retracing the steps that led to Kenny's arrest. Belief in her brother – and her quest for the truth – pushes Betty Anne and her team to uncover the facts and utilize DNA evidence with the hope of exonerating Kenny.
14 Jan 2011
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TV news coverage of John Zodrow Denver lawyer/attorney in federal court case representing Postal worked accused of 20 counts of fraud and theft where jury, after nearly two week trial, exonerated defendant Nancy Sitzman by returning "not guilty" verdicts on all 20 counts, including 17 felony charges. Zodrow has been involved in employee personnel issues for nearly 25 years. He has been involved in hundreds of labor arbitrations and thousands of employment cases. He is responsible for a number of published court decisions, including a landmark court decision which established new law by holding that a woman need not quit or be terminated from her job to maintain a claim of sexual harassment. Zodrow also is responsible for precedential case law advancing the rights of disabled persons. Zodrow was a long-standing professional arbitrator and served on numerous arbitration panels. For decades, he has conducted human relations and labor relations training for both management and unions. While retired from the practice of law, Zodrow actively represents many clients in Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaints/appeals, Merit System Protection Board cases/ appeals, and other administrative legal matters involving government regulatory boards, panels, commissions and departments. He has been involved in over 2000 such cases to date.
22 Mar 2011
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The Season 4 premiere of In Plain Sight airs Sunday, May 1st at 10/9c on USA Network! Mary uses a thief to catch a thief when she asks a witness to consult on a crime in order to exonerate Brandi of grand theft auto. Visit the official site *******www.usanetwork****/series/inplainsight/ Like us on Facebook *******www.facebook****/inplainsight and Follow us on Twitter! *******twitter****/InPlainSightUSA
30 Apr 2011
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The Season 4 premiere of In Plain Sight airs Sunday, May 1st at 10/9c on USA Network! Mary uses a thief to catch a thief when she asks a witness to consult on a crime in order to exonerate Brandi of grand theft auto. Visit the official site *******www.usanetwork****/series/inplainsight/ Like us on Facebook *******www.facebook****/inplainsight and Follow us on Twitter! *******twitter****/InPlainSightUSA
30 Apr 2011
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BY MEGAN NOE Talk about coming out fighting. After spending 26 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit, Dewey Bozella made his professional boxing debut Saturday -- at the age of 52. Exonerated in 2009, Bozella spent more than a quarter of a century in prison -- earning two college degrees, dreaming of fighting professionally, and as ABC says, refusing to give up. “Four times he could have walked out of New York 's notorious Sing Sing prison a free man - if only he would have admitted to the crime. Each time he refused, maintaining his innocence.” This summer, ESPN honored Bozella with its Arthur Ashe Award for courage. And that attention helped make his dream a reality. “With the help of Bernard Hopkins, that dream was realized Saturday night on the undercard of Hopkins-Dawson. The 52-year-old Bozella took on Larry Hopkins, and after an understandably tentative first round, Bozella controlled the fight, beating the winless Hopkins by unanimous decision. Bozella said, ‘I used to lay in my cell and dream about this happening. It was all worth it.’” The Hollywood-esque comeback seems almost too good to be true... something a cynical LA Times points out. “Bozella, looking slow and . . . well, old, for the first two rounds of the scheduled four, shook off the butterflies, started pursuing Hopkins and became the clearly superior fighter. That's assuming this whole thing was not a put-up job, which would be horrible, but certainly not beneath boxing's standards.” Cynicism aside, Bozella tells CNN the message is simple -- never give up. “The first thing I would love to do is let people know never give up hope. Don’t let fear determine who you are and be positive about who you are as a person. Never let where you come from determine where you are going.” And that first match? Turns out it was also his last. Bozella retired right after his debut, saying he hopes to open a gym in his hometown of Newburgh, New York, to help troubled kids.
18 Oct 2011
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