The IRS vs. Robert Kahre

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Headline Legal News: The Law Office of William A. Cohan is featured in an exciting, exclusive, in-depth and inside interview, discussing the case of Robert Kahre. Informally called the Kahre case — after the primary defendant, business owner Robert Kahre, who paid workers in gold and silver coins — the trial relied heavily on evidence gathered in a controversial armed raid in May 2003 on several of Kahre’s local business places. The raid entailed keeping more than 20 workers handcuffed, in 106-degree heat without shade or water while agents collected records and equipment, which Kahre described in this interview with great detail. The trial resulted in zero convictions on 161 charges faced by nine defendants, a major win for William Cohan and Robert Kahre.

William A. Cohan has litigated in federal trial and appeals courts throughout the United States for the last 30 years. He has obtained more acquittals in criminal tax cases than any attorney practicing in the United States over the last 30 years (including 2 cases involving more than $10 million), secured several multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for plaintiffs, and successfully defended against several multi-million dollar civil claims and forfeitures. The other twenty-five percent of his cases involve business disputes between individuals and non-governmental entities: he defends individuals, corporations, trusts, LLP’s, LLC’s, and partnerships in controversies concerning real estate, securities, business acquisitions, employment, banking and insurance. One essential element in William’s success over the last 30 years is and always has been investigating and discovering the larger context of a case.

You can contact William A. Cohan at 858-832-1632

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Today’s Legal News Headlines 3/3/2010

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on today’s legal headline news…

Toyota withheld documents

Security forces arrest curfew violators in Concepcion, Chile

Supreme Court allows Benoit lawsuit against Hustler Magazine

High Court ponders Chicago gun laws

4 arrested in online event ticket scheme

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Fox News: libraries can’t show anti-religious art

In this interview from Fox News some guy comes on and suggests that libraries don’t have the legal right to have anti-religious art in their exhibits.

Feel free to comment and criticize.

Correct me if I am wrong but I do not think that the man manages to string together a coherent legal argument. It came across as white noise to me. Am I missing something?

I think it would be absurd if anything religious or non-religious was prohibited from libraries. I do not have a problem with religious art being sold at libraries, government institution or not. Pictures of crosses, or art with other religious imagery, is in my opinion perfectly acceptable if it is being sold _as art_ in a library, and not being used to promote religion. The same is true of anti-religious art.

It becomes a problem only when the state is putting religion (or irreligion) where it doesn’t belong, like in schools, on the money, or in the pledge of allegiance. In that case, it is simply a promotion of religion by the government.

Here, we are not talking about the promotion or religion or irreligion. We are talking about art being sold at a library. It would be very strange indeed if libraries were prohibited from holding items that have any implications for religion (positive or negative). The reason libraries are allowed to carry religious books, like the bible, is because they are not being used to promote religion. They are being held as part of the libraries collection -this is an acceptable purpose for a library, government run or not. The same goes for sales of art. If it is not the promotion of religion (or irreligion) but is the sale or display of art, it is constitutionally acceptable.

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Connie Fogal on The Alex Jones Show”Canadian Martial Law”2/2

LINKS TO HERE OCTOBER SPEECH – parts 1,2,3.

Born August 7, 1940 in Lafleche Sask. Grew up in Saskatchewan.Taught in Saskatoon, Regina, and Toronto public school systems and Universityof BC Centre for Continuing Education.Called to the British Columbia Bar in 1980. Practiced law as a sole practitioner incriminal and family law. In the area of constitutional law, she spearheaded threelawsuits by citizens through the Canadian courts on constitutional issues:challenging the Multilateral Agreement on Investments (MAI), challenging theexpropriation of Nanoose Bay by the Federal government to submit to the USmilitary; challenging the erection of a fence to prevent protest against an FTAAmeeting in Quebec City in1998.

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2.http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=aHKxivUnDgY
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Senate Debate: Supreme Court

Democrat Rep. Paul Hodes answers the question: A critical role of a senator is to vote on federal judicial nominations. As a self-described social progressive, how will you apply those values in considering judicial nominations, including those to the Supreme Court?

Republican Kelly Ayotte answers the question: Does the president get a blank check on Supreme Court nominations as long as the nominee is qualified, or is it the responsibility of a senator to apply your personal philosophy and the wishes of your constituents to such decisions?

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Cold Case Files 006 Part 2

THROUGH THE EYES OF A CHILD ; THE KILLER NEXT DOOR

Cold Case Units use psychological profiling, forensic anthropology, and a convicted felon’s rekindled memory to heat up old cases. In Missouri, a part-time missionary is convicted, 38 years later, of killing her 5-year-old stepdaughter, and the skeleton of a Michigan boy, dead for 10 years, leads police to a serial killer.

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Learning From The Best: Good Advice For Your Ebiz

More and more people are realizing the potential that having an online business gives them to increase their income or free them from their nine-to-five jobs. But the unfortunate truth is that most new e-businesses fail. One of the biggest reasons is that, all too often, eCommerce newcomers dive right in, without first learning how […]

Cardozo Law Revue 2007 Beavis and Butt-for

A freshly animated short with a slightly altered version of the Palsgraf v. LIRR case for the 2007 Cardozo Law Revue.

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case law question for a road traffic accident?

Is there a case law that i can review regarding a road traffic accident when the third party had pulled out of a side road & the claimant has had to take evasive action because of this & subsequently wrote their car off & suffered injury without hitting the TP vehicle? Serious answers only please. […]

Case Closed: Real Texas Law & the Nikki Araguz Marriage #2

Footage from the 8/2/10 news conference at the Transgender Center in Houston. This is a very detailed review of what actual Texas law (not non-binding case law) has to say about trans marriage. How did the law come about? What does this mean for the Littleton case-law? Were Nikki and Thomas Araguz married under the law? All you’re questions are answered here.

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