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SBS World News Radio
Clashes in Beirut over judicial inquiry

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 3:09


Six people have died in gun battles in Lebanon over clashes about a judicial probe into last year's big explosion in Beirut.

Ipse Dixit
Logan Strother on Judicial Rhetoric and Institutional Legitimacy

Ipse Dixit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 31:15


In this episode, Logan Strother, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Purdue University, discusses his article, "An Experimental Investigation of the Effect of Supreme Court Justices' Public Rhetoric on Perceptions of Judicial Legitimacy," which he co-authored with Colin Glennon, as well as his other scholarship on judicial legitimacy. Strother observes that Supreme Court justices often argue that the Court is an apolitical, neutral arbiter of disputes, in order to increase the institutional legitimacy of the Court. He then presents experimental evidence showing that this legitimizing rhetoric appears to work, especially on people who agree with the outcome of the Court's decisions. Strother is on Twitter at @LoganRStrother.This episode was hosted by Brian L. Frye, Spears-Gilbert Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky College of Law. Frye is on Twitter at @brianlfrye. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Vivamos mientras
29. Herramientas 2/4

Vivamos mientras

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 17:47


Grabamos este episodio el 6 de septiembre de 2021, con la intención de publicarlo el 16 de septiembre de 2021. Sin embargo, el 10 de septiembre, supimos que el corazón de nuestre segunde bebé dejó de latir. Tenía once semanas de gestación. Detuvimos el Podcast porque nos tomamos el espacio para vivir nuestro duelo. Retomamos este espacio para conectar contigo justo en la semana de la concienciación sobre el duelo gestacional. Esperamos que sea de valor para ti y tus amores. ¡Sé cómplice! Búscanos y síguenos en: https://vivamosmientras.com/ https://www.facebook.com/VivamosMientras/ https://www.instagram.com/vivamosmientras . La música de fondo es de Abuelo Mundo. Búscalos en tu plataforma favorita de música. Edición y montaje por el Elejtudio de Ángel Danel Díaz Morales. . ***En cumplimiento con el Canon 24 de Ética Judicial, hacemos constar que nuestras expresiones responden a nuestras ideas, criterios u opiniones personales y que en modo alguno representan la posición oficial del Poder Judicial. Por la naturaleza de nuestros puestos, estamos impedidos de ofrecer asesoría legal y de tener comunicación directa con las partes de algún caso que esté o haya estado ante nuestra consideración.*** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vivamosmientras/message

Law Report - ABC RN
Judicial impartiality, and court disclosure obligations for electronic evidence

Law Report - ABC RN

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 28:35


Should judges have social contact with lawyers who appear before them in court? The Australian Law Reform Commission is conducting an inquiry into judicial impartiality. Also, is there an obligation on prosecutors to provide defence lawyers with all the raw data downloaded from a confiscated mobile phone?

Así las cosas
Hay confianza en el Sistema Judicial del país: Dr. José Franco

Así las cosas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 8:34


No hubo sorpresas en comparecencia, la Fiscalía pidió secrecía, pero ya había hecho pública su intención, señala el excoordinador del FCCyT

Es la Mañana de Federico
Crónica Rosa: Movimiento judicial de Gloria Camila contra el documental de Rocío Carrasco

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 50:09


Federico comenta toda la actualidad del corazón con Isabel González, Paloma Barrientos y Pérez Gimeno.

Crónica Rosa
Crónica Rosa: Movimiento judicial de Gloria Camila contra el documental de Rocío Carrasco

Crónica Rosa

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 50:09


Federico comenta toda la actualidad del corazón con Isabel González, Paloma Barrientos y Pérez Gimeno.

Who Let Us Do This Podcast
We‘re sorry!

Who Let Us Do This Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 55:12


Episode 62   Hello people everywhere, as per usual we were unable to provide a consistent upload schedule so we did this surprise episode. So surprise! Today we talk some local NM related topics including White Sands, Judicial system and local celebrities. Hope you enjoy this one, like always thanks for listening and much love!

Archives of Fabella
Libra 12th, 5824 FY: Formation of the Judicial Bureau of Civil Affairs

Archives of Fabella

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 6:28


FindLaw's Don't Judge Me
The Origins of Judicial Review

FindLaw's Don't Judge Me

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 27:15


There's been a lot of talk about judicial review lately. That the Supreme Court decides whether a law violates the Constitution is now largely unquestioned. But it wasn't always this way. This episode we go back and revisit the contentious election of 1800 and Marbury v. Madison, the decision that set the precedent for judicial review. Read a summary of the case on FindLaw's Supreme Court Insights.

SBS Spanish - SBS en español
Purga de jueces en El Salvador: ¿Lucha contra la corrupción o atentado contra la independencia judicial?

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 5:08


Un tercio de los jueces de El Salvador fueron obligados renunciar mediante una reforma aprobada por el Congreso dominado por el partido del presidente Nayib Bukele. Mientras los detractores y opositores cuestionan la independencia judicial, el oficialismo asegura que así combate la corrupción y la justicia a favor de grupos de poder. Con el informe Wilfredo Salamanca.

Rewind: Your Week in Review
Rewind: Your Week in Review for September 18 – 24

Rewind: Your Week in Review

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021


On September 24, 2021, WisconsinEye Host and CBS 58 Capitol Reporter Emilee Fannon and WisPolitics.com Editor JR Ross reviewed this week in state politics. (Brought to you by the Wisconsin Realtors Association).On this week's episode:State Supreme Court accepts redistricting case as federal court moves ahead with lawsuit of its ownGableman releases video on election investigation2021 State of Education AddressBack-to-School legislationDHS COVID-19 update

The Todd Herman Show
Hour 1: John Kennedy Rips into Judicial Nominee over Past Statements

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 37:44


 The environment is being prepped for mass violence by the left, John Kennedy rips into Jennifer Sung over her statements on Brett Kavanaugh, popular Seattle park overrun by homeless people and many running events through the park had to be canceled, parents are not happy //  A college in the US will be requiring the covid booster shot to be able to attend classes, Michael Osterholm is falsely claiming that covid is killing more kids than the Spanish flu and normal influenza // llegal Haitian migrants bit a flight attendant in transit to the US See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Radiocable.com - Radio por Internet » Audio
Justicia volcánica en La Cafetera: Del bloqueo judicial a la erupción en La Palma

Radiocable.com - Radio por Internet » Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 0:01


La Cafetera de radiocable.com analizó las portadas de los diarios en una jornada marcada por el avance de la lava en la

Transformação Digital CBN
Transformação Digital CBN - Boletim de Notícias #214 - Pix realizado após furto de celular não será devolvido

Transformação Digital CBN

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 1:30


Conheça uma ação judicial para celulares roubados que também tiveram dinheiro transferido por PIX.

Expedition 44
The Atonement Part 13: Series Overview and Conclusion

Expedition 44

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 45:21


Where have we been and what conclusions have we come to with atonement? Intro • What is Atonement? We saw that the word atonement is an etymology (At- One- Ment) but the Bible speaks more of the words (KPR and hilasterion) translated as atonement as covering or purging. Expiation of sin not propitiation of wrath. God is not acted upon, sin is. Sacrificial system Sacrifices: o Burnt offering is about a gift and just wanting to spend time with God. o Grain offering is about remembering the covenant o The well-being (Peace) offering is simply a thank you to God o The Purification (sin) offering is about cleansing sacred space o The guilt or reparation offering is about repayment for an unintentional sin (humans making things right with other covenant members and recommitting to the Covenant with God) • Blood: the blood manipulation was about cleansing sacred space. In combination with atonement language, it meant to purge or cover to decontaminate the sanctuary. The blood was never applied to people except in the ordination of the priests or when the covenant was enacted at Sinai. It was a ritual detergent… the ancient power washer. Blood represented life and not death. • Laying on of hands: Was not transferring sin but rather setting apart the animal for a purpose • The animals were never a substitute for the person • We saw that blood was not requires for forgiveness (there was no sacrifice for intentional sins). There are many examples of sacrifices that were not animals and didn't require blood for forgiveness. Exodus is the central image of the cross in the Bible. Jesus dies during Passover so we need to make this our main motif of interpreting the cross Day of Atonement Isaiah 53 The Gospels and Acts Romans Hebrews o By offering his own life and blood Jesus made purification (1:3) and atonement for sin (2:17- 18). Died for us - Huper and peri are always used in the “for us” and “for our sins” verses. Legal Framework Righteousness and Justification Imputation Atonement History and Church Fathers Recap Framing questions • Retribution or Restoration? • Substitution or Representation? • Transaction or Transformation? • Judicial or Relational? • Did God need his mind changed about us or our mind about God? • Is there a debt owed? How does the cross bring about justice? • Holiness and/or Love… are they opposed to each other? • Who killed Jesus? God or us? • Is our view of the cross to individualistic? Recap Atonement theories  Moral Influence Theory  Ransom Theory  Christus Victor  Satisfaction theory  Penal Substitutionary Atonement  The Scapegoat Theory  Recapitulation • New Covenant Theory Do we see one theory or many in the scriptures? Do we see any non-existent theories or themes in scripture on this list? Golf club analogy… What do we think are the major themes and how do they work together?

Montana Public Radio News
Republican Lawmakers Again Clash With Judiciary Over Judicial Standards Commission

Montana Public Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 2:02


From now until the next Montana legislative session in 2023, state lawmakers are studying potential ways they can change the judicial system. That conversation is happening while tensions are high between the two branches of government.

Loop Infinito (by Applesfera)
Implicaciones de un fallo judicial histórico

Loop Infinito (by Applesfera)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 10:38


Un repaso al fallo judicial del caso Epic vs Apple que termina (a falta de las apelaciones) con la consideración de que la empresa de Cupertino no es un monopolio, y un cambio forzoso para la App Store, que tendrá que aceptar enlaces a formas de pago alternativas. *** Loop Infinito es un podcast de Applesfera, presentado por Javier Lacort y editado por Santi Araújo. Contacta con el autor en Twitter (@jlacort) o por correo (lacort@xataka.com). Gracias por escuchar este podcast.

La Brújula
Las asociaciones de jueces se hartan de un sistema que "no garantiza la independencia judicial"

La Brújula

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 11:44


Concepción Rodríguez del Foro Judicial Independiente muestra en La Brújula su malestar y el de su gremio por la falta de renovación en el Consejo General del Poder Judicial

Cyber Law Revolution
Ep. 34 The Judicial Neutering of the Work Product Doctrine after a Data Breach

Cyber Law Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 7:08


Episode 34 of the Cyber Law Revolution Podcast is live!In this episode, I discuss how the Court continues to whittle down the protections provided by the work product doctrine and potential ways to strengthen it moving forward.A nerdy deep dive into the law! Call me with questions, comments, or topics to discuss - 410-917-5189 or spollock@wtplaw.com

Inappropriate Conversations
233: Judicial Abuse

Inappropriate Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 60:24


The politics of abortion has long been a game of state legislatures passing laws they know are unconstitutional. It's a bit like asking a question over and over again when you already know the answer. The situation has now devolved into something worse, an abuse of concepts like "standing" and "damages" in civil litigation. And the current U.S. Supreme Court seems to be aiding and abetting Texas in what could be called, at best, a foolish mistake. Different Drummer: George Carlin Your questions about Texas' new abortion law, answered

De-Liberando
El Minisodio de la no-despedida

De-Liberando

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 46:42


Adrián se prepara para la Olimpiada de Kayak Urbano, Andrés Sufre, Rodolfo le pide la ubicación a Adrián.Hablamos de como aportan los "errores" políticos del estado para hacer ver a la gente sus abusos.

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
Judicial Tyranny and Twisted Politics

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 56:53


We've been trained to believe the courts' "rule" and that anything a judge says is the law. So today, I want to take a look at a few cases where judges have acted more like rulers than seekers of justice in a case. Before you get too depressed, I do have one case of good news coming out of a court...

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.
Abogados de Jean Alain continuarán la batalla. Conversamos con José Martínez Hoepelman. (2/2)

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 7:52


Será la Suprema Corte de Justicia que decidirá la suerte del ex procurador general de la República, Jean Alain Rodríguez, luego de que las juezas de la Primera Sala Penal de la Corte de Apelación del Distrito Nacional dispusieran su mantenimiento en prisión.Los doctores Carlos Balcácer, Gustavo Biaggi Pumarol, José Martínez Hoepelman y Francisco Franco anunciaron que acudirán por ante la Segunda Sala Penal de la Corte de Justicia, con un recurso de casación, tan pronto la secretaria del tribunal les notifique la decisión que dispone además el mantenimiento en prisión de Juan Ibarra Forteza, exdirector de tecnología de la Procuraduría.Para conocer los pasos a profundidad los pasos a seguir, nos acompaña José Martínez Hoepelman.

El día de autos
Presentación de la 5ª temporada de El día de autos.

El día de autos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 70:19


En este programa presentamos a los invitados a participar en esta 5ª temporada de nuestro podcast. Con nosotros están Luis Escobar Álvaro, médico, Lis Pérez, técnico en Anatomía Patológica; Juan José Mateos San José, guardia civil retirado, perteneciente a un EDOA (Equipo de Delincuencia Organizada y Lucha Antidroga) de Policía Judicial de la Guardia Civil; Jorge García Vergara y Miguel Maya Santoveña, abogados y del Psicólogo forense Daniel Cerro Torralba, Enlace a la Colección El día de autos en Amazon España: https://www.amazon.es/gp/product/B08WK2LGSK/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i1 Amazon América: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08WK2LGSK Correo: eldiadeautos@gmail.com Facebook: El día de autos Twiter: @eldiadeautos Instagram: el_dia_de_autos Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Vivamos mientras
27. Herramientas 1/4

Vivamos mientras

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 19:19


Como sabes, nuestro libro "Vivamos Mientras" al fin está disponible para llegar a tus manos. La ocasión nos parece perfecta para regalarte en formato Podcast el contenido de nuestro eBook titulado "Herramientas para que vivamos mientras". Es el listado de las 20 herramientas que nos ayudaron a transitar nuestra crisis de salud del 2020. Las identificamos y resumimos para ti, con la esperanza de que te sean de utilidad. Digamos que es el resumen de la parte práctica que permea a lo largo de las páginas de nuestro libro "Vivamos Mientras". Asimismo, te las compartimos con la apertura de recibir tus recomendaciones si entiendes que hay alguna herramienta adicional que nos pueda apoyar en cada proceso. ¡Confiamos en que este episodio será de mucho valor para ti y para los tuyos! ¡Salvemos al mundo desde adentro y vivamos mientras! ¡Sé cómplice! Búscanos y síguenos en: https://vivamosmientras.com/ https://www.facebook.com/VivamosMientras/ https://www.instagram.com/vivamosmientras . La música de fondo es de Abuelo Mundo. Búscalos en tu plataforma favorita de música. Edición y montaje por el Elejtudio de Ángel Danel Díaz Morales. . ***En cumplimiento con el Canon 24 de Ética Judicial, hacemos constar que nuestras expresiones responden a nuestras ideas, criterios u opiniones personales y que en modo alguno representan la posición oficial del Poder Judicial de Puerto Rico. Por la naturaleza de nuestros puestos, estamos impedidos de ofrecer asesoría legal y de tener comunicación directa con las partes de algún caso que esté o haya estado ante nuestra consideración.*** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vivamosmientras/message

La Linterna
La Linterna (06/09/2021) de 22:00-23:00: "Hoy ha tenido lugar la apertura del año judicial"

La Linterna

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 59:57


Más de uno
Tertulia: ¿Cómo ha sido el arranque del nuevo año judicial?

Más de uno

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 83:17


Arcadi Espada, Nacho Cardero, Antonio Caño y Rubén Amón analizan en la tertulia de 'Más de uno' la inauguración del nuevo año judicial. También los resultados de la encuesta de Sigma Dos según la cual el PSOE no consigue frenar su caída en intención de voto y el PP sería el vencedor, si hoy hubiera elecciones.

Más de uno
Los diarios recogen el acto de apertura del año judicial que se celebra hoy

Más de uno

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 11:01


Repaso de los principales titulares de la prensa nacional, internacional, económica y deportiva, con Rubén Amón, Rafa Latorre, Marta García Aller, Carlos Rodríguez Braun y Félix José Casillas. 

On Point
Judicial Transparency And The Future Of The Supreme Court's Shadow Docket

On Point

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 47:33


Ever heard of the Supreme Court's shadow docket? It's a not-so-transparent rule that can short-circuit the normal appellate process. We hear where it's being used, and what it means for the future of the Supreme Court. Melissa Murray and Heather Cox Richardson join Meghna Chakrabarti.

New Books Network
Herbert M. Kritzer, "Judicial Selection in the States: Politics and the Struggle for Reform" (Cambridge UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 48:33


Herbert “Bert” Kritzer, the Marvin J. Sonosky Chair of Law and Public Policy at the University of Minnesota Law School, has a new book that explores the process for reform of judicial selection across the fifty states. This is a fascinating examination of the different approaches that state legislatures, governors, partisans, and citizens have pursued in reforming the process, within each state, of judicial selection at all levels. With a brief historical overview of how this process was initially pursued in the early days of the republic, Kritzer moves to the central time period of the book, which is examining the state systems that were in place in the mid-20th century and the moves across the country to modernize court systems and how those moves unfolded. The main period that Kritzer focuses on is between 1980 and 2020, and he carefully reviews the reform efforts that succeeded as well as those that failed Judicial Selection in the States: Politics and the Struggle for Reform (Cambridge UP, 2020) examines the legal and democratic subcultures as a way to frame and understand the reasons behind the move towards reforms. But the heart of the book is diving into various states to see what they tried to change, who tried to change it, and if they were at all successful in these reform efforts. One of the more popular plans for state-level judicial selection is the “Missouri Plan”, which was designed to improve the quality of judges by establishing a kind of review board/nominating commission that made recommendations to the governor of the state. Many states, between 1960 and 1980, moved towards adopting the Missouri plan as the method for judicial selection. But following this, states continued to reform with an eye towards more legal professionalism as the guiding tenet behind judicial selection. According to Kritzer's research, this was very much the case between 1980 and 1999, and this was in concert with the overhauling of state constitutions as well. Around 2000 there is a bit of a shift, as partisan politics now starts to be more of the driver behind the moves to reform or change the selection of state judges. Judicial Selection in the States is an interesting exploration of the various forms of judicial selection, the moves towards reform over the decades, the shifting role of partisanship as well as the impetus towards more professional and merit-based outcomes. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Herbert M. Kritzer, "Judicial Selection in the States: Politics and the Struggle for Reform" (Cambridge UP, 2020)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 48:33


Herbert “Bert” Kritzer, the Marvin J. Sonosky Chair of Law and Public Policy at the University of Minnesota Law School, has a new book that explores the process for reform of judicial selection across the fifty states. This is a fascinating examination of the different approaches that state legislatures, governors, partisans, and citizens have pursued in reforming the process, within each state, of judicial selection at all levels. With a brief historical overview of how this process was initially pursued in the early days of the republic, Kritzer moves to the central time period of the book, which is examining the state systems that were in place in the mid-20th century and the moves across the country to modernize court systems and how those moves unfolded. The main period that Kritzer focuses on is between 1980 and 2020, and he carefully reviews the reform efforts that succeeded as well as those that failed Judicial Selection in the States: Politics and the Struggle for Reform (Cambridge UP, 2020) examines the legal and democratic subcultures as a way to frame and understand the reasons behind the move towards reforms. But the heart of the book is diving into various states to see what they tried to change, who tried to change it, and if they were at all successful in these reform efforts. One of the more popular plans for state-level judicial selection is the “Missouri Plan”, which was designed to improve the quality of judges by establishing a kind of review board/nominating commission that made recommendations to the governor of the state. Many states, between 1960 and 1980, moved towards adopting the Missouri plan as the method for judicial selection. But following this, states continued to reform with an eye towards more legal professionalism as the guiding tenet behind judicial selection. According to Kritzer's research, this was very much the case between 1980 and 1999, and this was in concert with the overhauling of state constitutions as well. Around 2000 there is a bit of a shift, as partisan politics now starts to be more of the driver behind the moves to reform or change the selection of state judges. Judicial Selection in the States is an interesting exploration of the various forms of judicial selection, the moves towards reform over the decades, the shifting role of partisanship as well as the impetus towards more professional and merit-based outcomes. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Law
Herbert M. Kritzer, "Judicial Selection in the States: Politics and the Struggle for Reform" (Cambridge UP, 2020)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 48:33


Herbert “Bert” Kritzer, the Marvin J. Sonosky Chair of Law and Public Policy at the University of Minnesota Law School, has a new book that explores the process for reform of judicial selection across the fifty states. This is a fascinating examination of the different approaches that state legislatures, governors, partisans, and citizens have pursued in reforming the process, within each state, of judicial selection at all levels. With a brief historical overview of how this process was initially pursued in the early days of the republic, Kritzer moves to the central time period of the book, which is examining the state systems that were in place in the mid-20th century and the moves across the country to modernize court systems and how those moves unfolded. The main period that Kritzer focuses on is between 1980 and 2020, and he carefully reviews the reform efforts that succeeded as well as those that failed Judicial Selection in the States: Politics and the Struggle for Reform (Cambridge UP, 2020) examines the legal and democratic subcultures as a way to frame and understand the reasons behind the move towards reforms. But the heart of the book is diving into various states to see what they tried to change, who tried to change it, and if they were at all successful in these reform efforts. One of the more popular plans for state-level judicial selection is the “Missouri Plan”, which was designed to improve the quality of judges by establishing a kind of review board/nominating commission that made recommendations to the governor of the state. Many states, between 1960 and 1980, moved towards adopting the Missouri plan as the method for judicial selection. But following this, states continued to reform with an eye towards more legal professionalism as the guiding tenet behind judicial selection. According to Kritzer's research, this was very much the case between 1980 and 1999, and this was in concert with the overhauling of state constitutions as well. Around 2000 there is a bit of a shift, as partisan politics now starts to be more of the driver behind the moves to reform or change the selection of state judges. Judicial Selection in the States is an interesting exploration of the various forms of judicial selection, the moves towards reform over the decades, the shifting role of partisanship as well as the impetus towards more professional and merit-based outcomes. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

New Books in History
Herbert M. Kritzer, "Judicial Selection in the States: Politics and the Struggle for Reform" (Cambridge UP, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 48:33


Herbert “Bert” Kritzer, the Marvin J. Sonosky Chair of Law and Public Policy at the University of Minnesota Law School, has a new book that explores the process for reform of judicial selection across the fifty states. This is a fascinating examination of the different approaches that state legislatures, governors, partisans, and citizens have pursued in reforming the process, within each state, of judicial selection at all levels. With a brief historical overview of how this process was initially pursued in the early days of the republic, Kritzer moves to the central time period of the book, which is examining the state systems that were in place in the mid-20th century and the moves across the country to modernize court systems and how those moves unfolded. The main period that Kritzer focuses on is between 1980 and 2020, and he carefully reviews the reform efforts that succeeded as well as those that failed Judicial Selection in the States: Politics and the Struggle for Reform (Cambridge UP, 2020) examines the legal and democratic subcultures as a way to frame and understand the reasons behind the move towards reforms. But the heart of the book is diving into various states to see what they tried to change, who tried to change it, and if they were at all successful in these reform efforts. One of the more popular plans for state-level judicial selection is the “Missouri Plan”, which was designed to improve the quality of judges by establishing a kind of review board/nominating commission that made recommendations to the governor of the state. Many states, between 1960 and 1980, moved towards adopting the Missouri plan as the method for judicial selection. But following this, states continued to reform with an eye towards more legal professionalism as the guiding tenet behind judicial selection. According to Kritzer's research, this was very much the case between 1980 and 1999, and this was in concert with the overhauling of state constitutions as well. Around 2000 there is a bit of a shift, as partisan politics now starts to be more of the driver behind the moves to reform or change the selection of state judges. Judicial Selection in the States is an interesting exploration of the various forms of judicial selection, the moves towards reform over the decades, the shifting role of partisanship as well as the impetus towards more professional and merit-based outcomes. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Vivamos mientras
26. Eres tu entorno

Vivamos mientras

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 12:41


Te hablaremos de un tema que a Martín le encanta: la forma en que tu entorno es un reflejo de tu interior y la importancia de que esté limpio y organizado. Piénsalo: como es afuera, es adentro. ¿Qué dice tu entorno de ti? . ¡Confiamos en que este episodio será de mucho valor para ti y para los tuyos! ¡Salvemos al mundo desde adentro y vivamos mientras! ¡Sé cómplice! Búscanos y síguenos en: https://vivamosmientras.com/ https://www.facebook.com/VivamosMientras/ https://www.instagram.com/vivamosmientras . La música de fondo es de Abuelo Mundo. Búscalos en tu plataforma favorita de música. Edición y montaje por el Elejtudio de Ángel Danel Díaz Morales. . ***En cumplimiento con el Canon 24 de Ética Judicial, hacemos constar que nuestras expresiones responden a nuestras ideas, criterios u opiniones personales y que en modo alguno representan la posición oficial del Poder Judicial de Puerto Rico. Por la naturaleza de nuestros puestos, estamos impedidos de ofrecer asesoría legal y de tener comunicación directa con las partes de algún caso que esté o haya estado ante nuestra consideración.*** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vivamosmientras/message

Quantum Nurse: Out of the rabbit hole from stress to bliss.  http://graceasagra.com/
#187 SOPHii Appsoulutelii & Eroc Beatz -"Liight Warriors Uniite"

Quantum Nurse: Out of the rabbit hole from stress to bliss. http://graceasagra.com/

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 76:46


Quantum Nurse www.quantumnurse.compresents On Monday, Aug 23, 2021 @ 3:00 PM ES SOPHii Appsoulutelii & Eroc Beatz Topic: Liight Warriors Uniite! @sophii.appsoulutelii @erocbeatz Bio: Sophia & Eric, better known as Sophii Appsolutelii & Eroc Beatz, have been delving deep into what some may call conspiracy theories, for almost a decade now. Massive studying into agendas such as World Depopulation (especially amongst the Black Communities), Division through economic class/race/gender/religion, New World Order, Secret Societies, Colorism, Injustices in the Judicial, Medical, Financial & Educational Systems, as well as countless others not mentioned! As fellow melanated beings, these two individuals have partnered together for over 2 years now, working hard to create platforms to help people of color create genuine connections amongst each other; as well as safe spaces for vulnerability, creativity, education, & most importantly HEALING to transpire. Aside from empowering this community of people who have been disenfranchised for some time now, Sophi & Eroc also understand that Division is an agenda running rampant as well! They feel as though one of their most important missions is to bring like-minded individuals of all ethnic backgrounds together to create a synergy of oneness that spreads universal love at it's core; with the understanding that there is strength in numbers and we can not do this alone! SOPHii APPSOULUTELii (Sophia Webb-Smith) "With True Beauty, Seek & Find Perfect... To Embrace Imperfection Uncovers Its Truest Form!" ~Sophi L Grace Asagra, RN MA Podcast: Quantum Nurse: Out of the Rabbit Hole from Stress to Bliss https://linktr.ee/GraceAsagra www.quantumnurse.life

The Chad Prather Show
Ep 501 | Chad's COVID Testing Fiasco

The Chad Prather Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 46:58


Chad got COVID-tested AGAIN because he wasn't feeling his best, but noticed that the COVID testing kit wanted access to his phone. Why is the test kit asking for this? President Biden and Dr. Fauci discussed that a COVID booster will be needed every five months instead of every eight months. Why the change? Dr. Fauci said on CNN that a COVID vaccine should be added to the school-required vaccination list before admission. Why the push on our kids? Judicial tyranny: A Chicago mom lost custody of her kid due to her vaccination status. Cook County Judge James Shapiro stripped parenting time from Mom and gave custody to the father of the child due to her refusal to get the COVID vaccine. Arne Duncan, President Obama's secretary of education, took to social media and compared anti-mask and anti-vax Americans to Kabul's suicide bombers. An Air Force veteran and University of Georgia professor decided to resign mid-class after a female student refused to wear a mask over her nose. Are we going to see more resignations? Today's Sponsors Visit https://HomeTitleLock.com and register your address now to see if you're already a victim and receive a complete title history of your home - a $100 value FREE Visit https://AR500ARMOR.com/CHAD and use the code CHAD to receive 20% OFF!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Radio Islam
Discussion on the Importance of choosing a Chief Justice in the current judicial climate

Radio Islam

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 11:03


Legal researcher at the Helen Suzman Foundation Chelsea Ramsden says with allegations being level at the judiciary and the evidence presented at the state capture inquiry,  it is critical that the judiciary has a strong leader with integrity. Ramsden together with Democratic Alliance (DA) Shadow Minister of Justice & Correctional Services Advocate Glynnis Breytenbach and Executive Secretary of the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC) Lawson Naidoo were speaking to Radio Islam about the importance of an independent judiciary and the role of the Chief Justice.

Civics & Coffee
Marbury v Madison

Civics & Coffee

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 13:25


The Supreme Court is considered the ultimate arbiter of whether laws are in line with the United States Constitution. But how did they achieve this power? It isn't outlined in the original document. Judicial review, or the authority to determine whether a law is constitutional, came as the result of one of the most infamous court cases in United States history: Marbury v. Madison. So tune in as I discuss how we got judicial review and how John Marshall set the court on a historic journey with one decision. For source materials, please visit www.civicsandcoffee.comSupport the show (http://www.buymeacoffee.com/civicscoffeepod)

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.
El Poder Judicial trabaja con deficiencias. Así lo explica Pancho Álvarez (2/4)

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 14:25


El destacado jurista Francisco Álvarez Valdez, manifestó ayer a través de su cuenta de Twitter que la procuradora general de la Repِública debería ser nombrada por en Consejo Nacional de la Magistratura y además debería crearse un Ministerio de Justicia.Para conocer más de su propuesta, nos acompaña Francisco Alvarez Valdez.

Vivamos mientras
25. Culpa

Vivamos mientras

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 12:29


¿Cómo es tu relación con la culpa? ¿Te lo has preguntado a profundidad? ¡Confiamos en que este episodio será de mucho valor para ti y para los tuyos! ¡Salvemos al mundo desde adentro y vivamos mientras! ¡Sé cómplice! Búscanos y síguenos en: https://vivamosmientras.com/ https://www.facebook.com/VivamosMientras/ https://www.instagram.com/vivamosmientras . La música de fondo es de Abuelo Mundo. Búscalos en tu plataforma favorita de música. Edición y montaje por el Elejtudio de Ángel Danel Díaz Morales. . ***En cumplimiento con el Canon 24 de Ética Judicial, hacemos constar que nuestras expresiones responden a nuestras ideas, criterios u opiniones personales y que en modo alguno representan la posición oficial del Poder Judicial de Puerto Rico. Por la naturaleza de nuestros puestos, estamos impedidos de ofrecer asesoría legal y de tener comunicación directa con las partes de algún caso que esté o haya estado ante nuestra consideración.*** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vivamosmientras/message

Sanford Says
Understanding The Quasi-Judicial Process

Sanford Says

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 28:26


Join Lonnie Groot, City of Sanford Assistant City Attorney as he explains a resident's guide to the Quasi-Judicial process. Lonnie shares how residents can be effective in the quasi-judicial process with the City of Sanford. Learn how to participate effectively in public proceedings to either oppose or support quasi-judicial applications presented to the City Commission and other City boards.

Brews & Views
Short Take 17: Understanding this year's judicial races

Brews & Views

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 5:32


This November, Pennsylvania voters will elect four judges to our three statewide appellate courts. In this episode, we break down the difference between our state's appellate courts, the types of cases each hears, and how these courts can impact our lives. This episode is an audio version of a commentary that originally appeared at www.broadandliberty.com.

TV 247
Bom dia 247: cai a farsa judicial contra Lula (23.8.21)

TV 247

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 176:05


Leonardo Attuch, José Reinaldo Carvalho, Dafne Ashton, Paulo Moreira Leite, Alex Solnik e Tereza Cruvinel debatem as principais notícias do dia com seus convidados especiais: Breno Altman (segunda-feira), Marcelo Auler e Milton Blay (terça-feira), Cynara Menezes (quarta-feira), André Constantine e Milton Blay (quinta-feira), Cynara Menezes, Brian Mier e Natália Urban (sexta-feira), Joaquim de Carvalho (sábado), Florestan Fernandes Júnior e Rodrigo Vianna (domingo).

Ipse Dixit
Ben Edwards on Self-Regulatory Organizations & Judicial Risk

Ipse Dixit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 36:55


In this episode, Benjamin P. Edwards, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Public Policy Clinic at the University of Nevada Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law, discusses his draft article "Supreme Risk." Edwards explains that the United States financial markets are regulated primarily by self-regulatory organizations or "SROs" supervised by government agencies. He discusses his history of SROs, and observes that they can insulate financial markets from systemic political risk. But he notes that they are vulnerable to judicial risk, especially now that the Supreme Court seems poised to question the constitutional legitimacy of their structure. He reflects on the different potential constitutional problems, and explains how SROs can help mitigate judicial risk. Edwards is on Twitter at @BenPEdwards.This episode was hosted by Brian L. Frye, Spears-Gilbert Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky College of Law. Frye is on Twitter at @brianlfrye. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Texas Appellate Law Podcast
A Judicial Perspective on Using Technology at Oral Argument | Judge John Owens

Texas Appellate Law Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 68:35


While emerging technology has created new opportunities for the way both lawyers and the public interact with the judicial system, judges haven't been left behind. On today's show, Judge John Owens of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals joins Todd Smith and Jody Sanders, along with special guest co-host M.C. Sungaila, to discuss just how technology has helped from a judicial perspective. Judge Owens discusses how judges can embrace technology to better engage with attorneys at oral argument and prepare more efficiently to decide cases. He also offers tips to attorneys who are faced with tough oral argument questions and stresses the importance of preparation. Finally, he shares stories about his federal appointment process and, with M.C. Sungaila, provides a behind-the-scenes look at how the 9th Circuit operates.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Texas Appellate Law Podcast Community today:texapplawpod.comTwitterFacebookLinkedInYouTube

Vivamos mientras
24. Impactas

Vivamos mientras

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 13:14


Hablemos de lo mucho que impactas todo lo que te rodea, seas o no consciente de eso. Reflexionemos sobre qué tipo de impacto queremos tener. ¡Confiamos en que este episodio será de mucho valor para ti y para los tuyos! ¡Salvemos al mundo desde adentro y vivamos mientras! ¡Sé cómplice! Búscanos y síguenos en: https://vivamosmientras.com/ https://www.facebook.com/VivamosMientras/ https://www.instagram.com/vivamosmientras . La música de fondo es de Abuelo Mundo. Búscalos en tu plataforma favorita de música. Edición y montaje por el Elejtudio de Ángel Danel Díaz Morales. . ***En cumplimiento con el Canon 24 de Ética Judicial, hacemos constar que nuestras expresiones responden a nuestras ideas, criterios u opiniones personales y que en modo alguno representan la posición oficial del Poder Judicial de Puerto Rico. Por la naturaleza de nuestros puestos, estamos impedidos de ofrecer asesoría legal y de tener comunicación directa con las partes de algún caso que esté o haya estado ante nuestra consideración.*** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vivamosmientras/message

Smart Muslima
How the liberal media brainwashes us about Afghanistan

Smart Muslima

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 27:54


Podcast explores are we judging the actions of the Taliban using an Islamic lens or are we allowing the liberal media that applauded the occupation of Afghanistan to shape our views. In the past, as a government, the Taliban did not implement Islam comprehensively. Islam does allow girls and women to get an education and work. An Islamic government is so much more than just public punishments. The Ottoman state was the last example of an Islamic government that comprehensively implemented the Economic, Educational, Social and Judicial systems of Islam and women thrived in Ottoman society, because they could attain the rights given to them by Allah. However, the liberal media disingenuously paints a picture, that the Taliban represents Islam. Some aspects of Islam they implement correctly and we should not criticize them for that i.e. just because they are not in line with liberal values. But when they are not applying Islamic law correctly we should point that out. Every Muslim country picks and chooses what Islamic laws they want to follow i.e. Saudi, Pakistan, Iran etc. The Taliban are no different. Tragically, on 7th October 2001, the US-led invasion and destruction of Afghanistan began. They arrogantly named it “Operation Enduring Freedom”. The US invasion began with a series of “carpet bombing” campaigns. Over the next nearly two decades the invasion led to a political, economic and moral vacuum that gave rise to widespread corruption and abuse of the vulnerable documented with shattering effect in countless reports. In December last year, in a series of previously classified interviews, U.S. officials acknowledged that the “war” had failed, that top officials had consistently misled the public about their “successes”, and that Washington had wasted billions on the campaign. Although official reports say that almost 150000 civilians have died in Afghanistan since 2001, death counts have featured a politicisation of figures. However, on-the-ground research by the independent organisation Physicians for Social Responsibility suggests that the total Afghan death toll due to the direct and indirect impacts of the US-led invasion are well over 220 000, men, women and children. Millions have been displaced. (Source Cage https://www.cage.ngo/) The liberal media is bias ( just remember how they report about the occupation of Palestine) they don't want us to focus on the terror the US/UK led coalition inflicted on the Muslims of Afghanistan. Instead, they pretend to care about the rights of women in Afghanistan, as if they took care of the women during their 20yr occupation. Inshallah, let's be more discerning and intelligent and base our views on facts rather than propaganda. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/farhatamin/message

The Chad Prather Show
Ep 489 | Judicial Tyranny: Court-Ordered Child Abuse? | Guest: Jeff Younger

The Chad Prather Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 46:58


Our justice system has failed this father, and kids are being abused. A Democrat Texas judge granted FULL CUSTODY of nine-year-old James Younger to Dr. Anne Georgulas, his mother and a practicing pediatrician in Coppell, Texas. The mother in 2019 tried to transition James into a girl against his dad's wishes. The case is back in the news after Democrat Judge Mary Brown's latest decision. Jeff Younger, dad of James, decided to join Chad Prather to tell his side of the story. Jeff is not allowed to speak about the case, but he's done following the court order, and he wants James' story to be heard. It is time to save James and remove him from this court-ordered child abuse. Today's Sponsors Visit https://KEEPS.com/LOSS for a FREE ONLINE doctor consultation and 50% OFF your first order! Visit https://iTargetPro.com for 10% OFF and FREE shipping when using the offer code CHAD.  Visit https://PrepareWithChad.com to save $70 off the 4-Week-Food Kit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Puestos pa'l Problema
PPP Extra: Diversión en el chat de la Rama Judicial

Puestos pa'l Problema

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 69:39


Presentado por nuestros patroncitos y patroncitas PYMES:  --- Las Madres y los Padres que nos escuchan van a entender mejor que nadie. Ya pronto, si la variante Delta lo permite, los estudiantes van a regresar a la escuela de manera presencial. Eso significa que desde ahora tú tienes que estar buscando un bulto para los nenes - y ya tú sabes la historia. Compras un bulto de esos que aparecen en Amazon, se ve lindo en la foto… y en cosa de meses se destroza y terminas comprando uno nuevo. El Hero System no te va a fallar. Es un bulto diseñado por Boricuas, hecho para hacerle la vida más fácil a todos los que necesitan tener todo a la mano, siempre. Es un sistema de dos bultos en uno, hecho con los mejores materiales y la más alta calidad.  El Hero System está a la venta en geekrican.com - y solo los fans del PPP van a gozar de 10% de descuento en el bulto. Solo usa el código PPP en el checkout. Apoya lo local, busca tu Hero System en geekrican.com. --- Roy Chévere, agente de seguros e inversiones. Activo desde el 2009, Roy se especializa en planificar estrategias de retiro y ahorro.  Si ya estás pensando en tu futuro, en tu retiro o en proteger a tu familia, Roy te puede ayudar con un plan financiero customizado para tus necesidades.  Ya sea para abrir un plan KEOH, invertir en anualidades o para asegurarte por incapacidad, cáncer u otro escenario catastrófico, Roy tiene lo que necesitas.  Comunicate con tu asesor financiero patroncito al 787-209-8441, 787-209-8441 -- Armería Gutierrez en Arecibo, tu armería (y club de tiro) patroncito. Haz los trámites para tu portación de armas o practica tu puntería en Arecibo. Búscalos en Facebook o llama al 787-878-8329. PATRONCITOS ORIGINALES, la Armería Gutierrez en Arecibo.  -- Para todos los y las podcast escuchas del área oeste que necesiten asesoría legal y notaría, la Lcda. Aida Rabell está disponible en Aguadilla y áreas limítrofes. Si necesitas una escritura, declaración jurada, hogar seguro o cualquier gestión notarial, no dudes en llamarla al 787-562-8138. También, su práctica maneja un alto volumen de casos de sucesiones, herencias y, sobre todo, declaratoria de herederos. Los asuntos legales no se resuelven así por que sí. Si necesitas una abogada, llama a La Lcda. Aida Rabel, 787-562-8138  -- Te contamos todo lo que pasó en la vista judicial de los antivaxxer. También: Jasmine Camacho Queen, Joe Manchin acribilla la estadidad, el paro en el muelle internacional y la cooperativa de las costureras de Utuado. Los y las suscriptoras de nuestro Patreon escucharon este podcast hace más de 8 horas. Suscríbete en patreon.com/puestospalproblema y disfruta de una gran comunidad y beneficios exclusivos. Con Jonathan Lebrón (@SrLebron) y Luis Herrero (@lherrero). Sigue a PPP en Twitter, Facebook e Instagram. ¿Te gusta el podcast? ¡Déjanos 5 estrellas! ¡Riega la voz! Dile a tus amigos que se pongan al día escuchando PPP.  -- Nuestro logo y camisetas fueron diseñadas por Gabriel René. Síguelo en @gabrielrodz | https://gabrielrene.com Nuestra música fue compuesta por EFFE CPR. Lo pueden seguir en todas las redes bajo E F F E CPR. Descarga su disco "Sorry por el Delay" en Spotify,Apple Music y Tidal. Suscríbete a nuestro Patreon y recibe contenido exclusivo, artículos: https://patreon.com/puestospalproblema See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.