Have you ever wondered how it feels to wear a judge's robes and make decisions that impact lives? Or pondered the challenges faced by an appellate judge in aligning their decisions with the body of law without causing unintended consequences? On today's episode of Great Practice, Great Life, join Steve as he sits down for a riveting conversation with Chief Judge Mark W. Klingensmith, Chief Appellate Judge of the Sixth District Court of Appeal in Florida, and explore his fascinating career transition from a trial lawyer to a respected judge. Step into Chief Judge Klingensmith's shoes as he shares his career path, passion for litigation, and the intellectual stimulation it offers. Listen as he shares his first assignment in handling a high-profile murder case and reflects on the importance of good lawyers stepping up to be part of the judicial process. Our conversation also delves into the day-to-day responsibilities of a judge, revealing the number of cases they typically handle in a week and the additional work that goes on outside of court. As Chief Judge Klingensmith's story continues, we uncover the unique challenges of being an appellate judge, their role in consistency with the body of law, and the precision required in language to avoid unforeseen outcomes. Chief Judge Klingensmith's appreciation for the role of a judge in the legal system and his understanding of lawyers' lives offer a unique perspective on the litigation process and the analytical skills necessary for the job. Sit back and tune in for an enlightening conversation with a seasoned judge who offers a fresh perspective on the legal system and its stewards. In this episode, you will hear: Chief Judge Mark W. Klingensmith's journey from being a trial lawyer to becoming an appellate judge in the Sixth District Court of Appeal in Florida Chief Judge Klingensmith's complex considerations and meticulous work behind his day-to-day responsibilities as an appellate judge The importance of precision in language to avoid unintended implications An inside look into the litigation process from a judge's perspective and the challenges and rewards of transitioning from private practice to the bench The number of cases a judge typically handles in a week and the workload outside of court The intellectual component of being an appellate judge and the need for decisions that are consistent with the body of law Insights into a judge's world and understanding the lives of lawyers to make the practice of law more accessible Chief Judge Klingensmith's commitment to public service and the importance of lifelong learning in his career Follow and Review: We'd love for you to follow us if you haven't yet. Click that purple '+' in the top right corner of your Apple Podcasts app. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. Supporting Resources: Chief Judge Mark W. Klingensmith Bio Episode Credits If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Emerald City Productions. They helped me grow and produce the podcast you are listening to right now. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com Let them know we sent you.
A practitioner from Shandong Province tells the epic story of how he walked 435 miles from his village to Beijing to appeal for the rights of Falun Dafa. With only the clothes on his back and through harsh weather, with little food and no support, he managed to walk the entire distance and demonstrate his […]
YOU CAN BUY THE BOOK SEASON 8 OF THIS PODCAST IS BASED UPON FROM AMAZON, OR DIRECT FROM MY PERSONAL EBAY PAGE DISCOUNTED BY 25% https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/186132496514?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0&ssspo=ktoetw_-tog&sssrc=2566055&ssuid=ktoetw_-tog&widget_ver=artemis&mediaA Guide to Preaching - Session 11: "Grabbing People - Crafting Impactful Sermons"Introduction: Today, we dive into the art of crafting sermons that truly pack a punch. As we explore the intricate world of words, let's understand how the choice of language can profoundly impact the effectiveness of our messages.Foundation: The Power of WordsGod spoke, and Scripture was written using words (1 Cor. 2:13). As communicators of God's Word, we must be mindful of our choice of words, recognizing their profound influence on conveying divine truths.Style and Choice of Words:Style, often defined by a speaker's choice of words, is a critical aspect of effective communication. Our words should align with God's sacred precepts, reflecting the gravity and depth of the Scriptures.Objective of Preaching: Clear CommunicationThe primary goal of preaching is to deliver a clear message that fosters unity and discipleship. Clarity is the preacher's greatest tool for being understood. Let's explore some principles to enhance the clarity of our messages.Simple Words:A clear style employs simple words.Short words are effective; 70-80% of notable writers' words have one syllable.Examples include, Psalms 23, the Lord's Prayer, and 1 Corinthians 13, all highlight the prevalence of simple one-syllable words to communicate profound thoughts.Short Sentences:Clarity increases as sentence length decreases.Research says effective speakers average about 17-18 words per sentence.Avoid lengthy complicated sentences.Simple Sentence Structure:Each sentence should ideally convey one thought.Nouns and verbs should carry the meaning without unnecessary surplus words.Repetition:Repetition is OK it can emphasize and enhances clarity.Restatement:Different from repetition, restatement communicates the same idea using different words.Offers variety and reinforces key concepts.Style Beyond Clarity: Interesting and Imaginative:Effective communication extends beyond clarity, embracing interesting and imaginative elements.Interesting Style:Move between abstraction and concrete terms.Communicate abstract truths while providing practical applications.Use illustrations to make abstract ideas tangible.Imaginative Style:Leverage research indicating the power of mental images.Paint pictures with words using metaphors, similes, and vivid language.Appeal to the senses to enhance the audience's experience.Talk about People:Incarnate truth by discussing real people and human experiences.The Bible itself often portrays truth through the lives of individuals.Build Suspense:Maintain tension to keep the audience engaged.Effective sermons impact people through imagination raSupport the showBack my future Calvin Project on Kickstarter http://kck.st/47lp772My Amazon Author Pageamazon.com/author/jeremymccandlessJeremy McCandless is creating podcasts and devotional resources | PatreonHelp us continue making great content for listeners everywhere.https://thebibleproject.buzzsprout.com
Scientologist Danny Masterson is now an ex of the cult, and ex-scientologist Aaron Smith-Levin is discussing how the prisoner is trying to get out, and what the latest news is in the cult, including news about Tom Cruise, David Miscavige and John Travolta. #scientology #scientologist #DannyMasterson Go and support Aaron's fantastic YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@GrowingUpInScientology Andrew Gold links: http://YouTube.com/andrewgold1 http://instagram.com/andrewgold_ok http://twitter.com/andrewgold_ok https://andrewgold.locals.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Friday's Football Daily - Phil Egan runs you through all you need to know from world football. Subscribe to the OTB Football podcast feed to hear the best football analysis, interviews and stories from Off The Ball.
Marek Handzel, editor of Institutional Real Estate Europe, recently wrote that investment in European living assets exceeded all other property sectors in the second quarter of 2023, with multifamily and student housing showing particular promise. (12/2023)
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In Adura Onashile's debut film, Girl, mother Grace and daughter Ama have recently arrived in Glasgow and have created a beautiful cocoon for themselves in a council block apartment. But Grace carries deep trauma from her past, and she finds it exceptionally difficult to watch her daughter go out into the world alone. Director Adura Onashile tells Anita why she emphasised the beauty of urban poverty, and how she drew on her relationship with her own mother.Gwyneth Paltrow shared a photo on Instagram holdings hands with her ex-husband Chris Martin's current partner, Dakota Johnson.. But we ask, could you be friends with your ex's new partner? Alexandra Jones, a journalist who wrote a feature for Vogue about why she feels great about having a friendship with her ex's now wife.Tomorrow marks one hundred years since the birth of one Opera's most renowned and influential singers of the 20th century: the iconic heroine, Maria Callas. But what is it about her talent that has transcended the decades? Two sopranos – Alison Langer and Nadine Benjamin – join Anita to describe Maria Callas' enduring star quality. Going shopping after a loved one has died can be a sharp reminder of your loss. Carmel Bones, who recently lost the main three men in her life now finds it hard to go into men's department stores. Anita speaks to Carmel about her plan to tackle her grief and psychotherapist Julia Samuel gives her advice.Next Sunday, December 3, the annual Radio 4 Christmas Appeal is taking place. Money raised by the Appeal will go to people experiencing homelessness, as well as to support frontline workers and to fund organisations working to end and prevent homelessness. West Mercia Women's Aid are one of the charities who receive donations to assist some of the women that come to them for help. Anita speaks to Chief Executive, Sue Coleman to find out how important this funding is and why they are focussed on older women vulnerable to domestic abuse.Presented by Anita Rani Producer: Louise Corley
Join us on this episode of Real Estate Insiders Unfiltered as we dive into the aftermath of the commission lawsuit case verdict. Ed Zorn returns to shed light on what this means for NAR and the industry. Ed, James, and Keith discuss the implications of the verdict, possible appeals or settlements, the rise of copycat lawsuits, and what rules should go in place now. Follow these links for the previous episode featuring Ed: YouTube RE/MAX & Anywhere Settlement Implications and is Keller Williams Next? Apple Podcasts RE/MAX & Anywhere Settlement Implications and is Keller Williams Next? Follow Real Estate Insiders Unfiltered Podcast on Instagram - YouTube - Facebook - LinkedIn - TikTok. Visit us online at realestateinsidersunfiltered.com. This podcast is produced by Two Brothers Creative 2023.
Continuing our coverage of the protest against Atlanta's Cop City project, we get updates on the RICO case and new information about the states tactics to prosecute activists while smearing the name of a person they killed. We are joined by Aja Arnold, an Atlanta-based journalist and founding editor of local outlet Mainline. Her reporting on Atlanta's Cop City project has been featured in The Intercept, Vice, and The Appeal. Her latest is titled, Prosecutors Smearing Dead ‘Cop City' Activist by Publicizing Their Diary, Organizers Say. Read the story here: https://www.mainlinezine.com/manuel-tortuguita-teran-diary-cop-city/ —- Subscribe to this podcast: https://plinkhq.com/i/1637968343?to=page Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on socials @LawAndDis: https://twitter.com/LawAndDis; https://www.instagram.com/lawanddis/ The post Developments in Cop City RICO Case w/ Aja Arnold appeared first on KPFA.
Daniel Caw is joined by Craig Swan to discuss the latest fallout from Celtic's Champion League woes and what future lies ahead for the club. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Get ready for a wild ride into the world of short drama videos, that's unabashedly tacky, clichéd, and yet, undeniably beloved. From forbidden alphas to reborn wives, these short video series may seem over the top, but with skyrocketing viewing numbers, it's clear that the world secretly loves drama. Buckle up, drama lovers – it's about to get so bad, it's good! On the show: Heyang, Yushun & Josh Cotterill
What if you could streamline your photography business, saving time and money while also boosting your professionalism? Meet Dan Lam, the mastermind behind ProPhoto, a game-changing platform that is reinventing website design and hosting for professional photographers. Together, we navigate the world of ProPhoto, exploring its unique features and updates, including the transition to a subscription model and how it elevates the user experience. In his return visit to the show, Dan uncovers the nuances of ProPhoto's user-friendly interface, detailing the ease of website changes, fascinating features like font adjustments, and the integration of hosting services. We examine the advantages of ProPhoto, emphasizing the incredible convenience and efficiency it brings to photographers. So, brace yourself for an enlightening conversation that highlights how ProPhoto can revolutionize your professional photography business.Key Takeaways(00:00) Conversation With ProPhoto About Website Support(04:38) ProPhoto's Advantages for Photographers(12:01) Switching to ProPhoto(15:23) Support and Features of ProPhoto(25:42) ProPhoto's Appeal to PhotographersShareable Quotes"We're always trying to hear what it is that photographers want and what's important to them, rather than just let's build what we think is cool." - Dan"We're just trying to iterate on that build the ProPhoto tool so that you've got everything you need to make the changes you want and hopefully make it easier and easier to see it and to do it." - Dan"We really do pride ourselves on the support that we provide. If there's anyone listening who's maybe kind of on the fence, like send us a message, ask to talk to Dan, and I will actually talk to you." - DanConnect with DanWebsite - https://pro.photo/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/prophoto.sites/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/prophotoblogs
Today we bring you the second part of our conversation with The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG. In this episode we'll hear about Michael's appointment to the NSW Supreme Court as President of the Court of Appeal, his ascension to The High Court of Australia and his extensive work with the United Nations on issues such as human rights violations in Cambodia and North Korea and the AIDS epidemic. www.greenslist.com.au/podcast
In today's third hour, Dom welcomes the Catholic Charities Appeal back onto the Dom Giordano Program as they launch their giving phase for #IGiveCatholic. Dom brings in four guests involved with the organization to explain what exactly they do, with guests covering all aspects of the great projects of Philadelphia's Catholic Charities. To donate, click here! (Photo by Getty Images)
Testimony from a notorious jail house snitch should never have been put to the jury in David Tamihere's first double murder trial, the Court of Appeal has been told. Tamihere was convicted in 1990 for the murders of Swedish tourists Urban HÃ¶glin and Heidi Paakkonen, who were killed the year before. In 2017, Roberto Conchie Harris was found to have lied when he claimed Mr Tamihere had confessed to murdering the pair. Tamihere was granted a rare Royal Perogative of Mercy in 2020, which triggered an appeal hearing today in Wellington. Jemima Huston reports.
An Appeals Court heard arguments regarding Judge Engoron's Gag Order against Donald Trump yesterday. Given Trump's behavior during the stays it's likely the gag order will be re-instated. Let's get into it. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rational-boomer/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rational-boomer/support
A Court of Appeal hearing begins on Tuesday to determine whether David Tamihere's double murder conviction may have amounted to a miscarriage of justice. Tamihere served 20-years in jail after being found guilty of murdering Swedish tourists Urban Hoglin and Heidi Paakkonen in Coromandel in 1989. He was granted a rare Royal Prerogative of Mercy in 2020, after two key elements of the Crown case were proven wrong. He's always maintained his innocence. Tuesday's case will focus on the location of one victim's body - which was found more than 70 kilometres from the alleged murder scene - and evidence from a jailhouse informant who was later convicted of perjury. Criminal barrister Nick Chisnall KC spoke to Corin Dann.
Welcome to this week’s Talking the Blues with Andy and Geoorge Costigan. We delve into Andy and George’s favourite game of the season (although inevitably not our favourite result). We applaud the […]
A Court of Appeal hearing begins today to determine whether David Tamihere's double murder conviction may have amounted to a miscarriage of justice. Tamihere served 20 years in jail after being found guilty of murdering Swedish tourists Urban Hoglin and Heidi Paakkonen in Coromandel in 1989. He's always maintained his innocence, and his attempts to appeal the case in the early '90s were rejected. Tuesday's hearing will determine whether key elements of the Crown case, which have since been proven wrong, undermines the safety of the conviction. Journalist Donna Chisholm has followed this case for years and has recently been working with the defence team as an investigator. Chisholm spoke to Ingrid Hipkiss.
COLORADO, THE CONSTITUTION, AND TRUMP ON THE BALLOT OR NOT? The answer to the question is unknown at this moment in time. We know that a Colorado Judge ruled that Trump engaged in an Insurrection. That same judge ruled that he can remain on the ballot. But the case is now going to the Colorado Supreme Court on Appeal. That hearing will take place on December 6. Whatever is decided there, the final decision will rest with the U.S. Supreme Court. This case is going all the way. This podcast gives you some background and the current legal timeline. If you want more information on this story, check out my other podcast episode, "Donald Trump is not Eligible to be President, The 14th Amendment, Section 3. Here is the link, https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-32qqm-1497d7e
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