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7 months ago

Breakfast At The Bongo Room

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The Court must examine all available evidence to start to see the primary purpose of your checkpoint. Typically, the same rules apply, and you will only get reimbursed when the person you posted for follows every one of the rules. His dad Ken Knowles worked at PPG for 10 years before changing jobs and switching to Sentinel Bail Bonds. He asserted it wasn't uncommon to shed a customer at the past minute after another bondsman offered a lower premium.

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10 months ago

The Latest: Defense lawyer says Texas AG to plead not guilty

McKINNEY, Texas (AP) The latest on Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who has been charged with felony securities fraud (all times local):

2:15 p.m.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's lawyer says Paxton will plead not guilty to felony securities fraud charges and request a jury trial.

Joe Kendall said in a statement Monday that the 52-year-old Paxton looks forward to the opportunity to defend himself against the state San Antonio lawyers charges.

Kendall says Paxton intends to abide by instructions from state district Judge George Gallagher to make no further public statem

12 months ago

Boyfriend of Denise Huskins, California woman reported abducted, was drugged, attorney says

VALLEJO, Calif. - Attorneys for a California man who reported that his girlfriend, Denise Huskins, was kidnapped in what police are now calling a hoax, say the man himself was bound and drugged during the abduction and that it was not made up.

Attorney Dan Russo says his client Aaron Quinn, 30, did not immediately call police when his girlfriend, 29-year-old Denise Huskins, was abducted early Monday because at least two kidnappers "forced him to drink something" they said was a drug.

Police say Quinn waited until Monday afternoon to report that strangers broke into his Vallejo home nearly 12 hours earlier and abducted his girlfriend for an $8,500 ransom.

Investigators h

1 year ago

Can Texas defy Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling?

The first point to make here, and the most important one, is that no one has the authority to reject or defy a constitutional decision from the Supreme Court. That is how our system of government works and has worked for the whole of our history. For better or for worse, the Supreme Court has the last word on the meaning of the Constitution.

The court's power to enforce its decisions is, of course, limited. Their practical efficacy may depend on how willing the other branches of the federal government are to support the court. In 1832, the Supreme Court decided Worcester v. Georgia, which recognized the rights of Native American tribes. President Andrew Jackson was supposed to have

1 year ago

Appeals court strikes down 'discriminatory' Texas voter ID law | Reuters

AUSTIN, Texas A U.S. appeals court struck down a Texas law on Wednesday requiring voters to show authorized identification before casting ballots, saying the measure violated the U.S. Voting Rights Act through its "discriminatory effects."

The decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit pertained to one of a series of laws enacted in Republican-governed states requiring potential voters to show identification that Democrats saw as intended to disenfranchise minorities who typically support their party.

"We affirm the district court's finding that SB 14 (Texas Senate Bill 14) violates Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act through its discriminatory effect," a three-judge panel from the New Orleans-based court said.

The measure was signed into law in 2011 by then Texas Governor Rick Perry, a Republican, and has been the subject of legal battles since then.

Plaintiffs argued the law would hit elderly and poorer voters, including minorities, hardest because they are less likely to have such identification.

The measure, which supporters say will prevent voter fraud, requires voters to present a photo identification such as a driver's license, passport or military ID card.

U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos ruled in October 2014 that the law, which was challenged by the administration of President Barack Obama and civil rights groups, was unlawful under the Voting Rights Act and U.S. Constitution in part because it discriminates against minority voters.

The Obama administration has been trying to counter a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June 2013 that overturned parts of the Voting Rights Act. That ruling freed several states, mostly in the South, from strict federal oversight.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott said the state will continue to fight to keep the voter ID requirement.

"In light of ongoing voter fraud, it is imperative that Texas has a voter ID law that prevents cheating at the ballot box," he said in a statement.

Critics contend that voter fraud is a miniscule problem overblown by Republicans for political purposes.

The American Civil Liberties Union, which filed an amicus brief in the case to strike down the law, hailed the decision that came near the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.

"It is fitting for the court to recognize that laws that deliberately make it harder for black and Latino Americans to vote have no place in our democracy," said Sean Young, a staff attorney at the ACLU's Voting Rights Project.

(Reporting by Jon Herskovitz; Editing by Sandra Maler and Eric Beech)

1 year ago

What is Happening In Wisconsin?

CHEATERS BEWARE - The Grannie Detective tells all. The agents offer quick jail releases and comes at the customer's own comfort. What most people don't understand is that DUI checkpoints must meet an extensive amount of criteria in order to be considered constitutional. That would mean every driver having enough cash within the bank to shell out each and each time their driving injures somebody else or damages their property. If you live in the Los Angeles, San Diego, Bay Area or any major metropolitan area in California, you've probably seen or heard television or radio spots advertising bail bonds companies.

He was elected president of Professional Bail Bonds of Texas and served bec