Today’s Legal News Headlines 3/5/2010

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Psychiatrist warned sex offender in Chelsea King case was poor candidate for treatment after 2002 molestation

Supreme Court considers Chicago gun rights battle

Families file lawsuit over deadly California Lexus crash

Major League Baseball and Upper Deck settle lawsuit

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Hawaiian law allows foreign born children, born to non citizen parents to get birth certificates

Hawaiian law allows children born in other countries to get birth certificates if just one parent has had a residence for 1 year in Hawaii, (no citizenship needed). One parent could call by telephone to say he was born in Honolulu at home, and there is no checking. A LONG FORM birth certificate will easily clear it all up, listing the attending doctor. Obama’s short form, or “certification of live birth” can never be used as evidence for citizenship nor “natural born” status. All is laid out in this video. We’re disclosing the facts, praising law enforcement and the federal courts that are making such matters TRANSPARENT. Still approximately 30 cases are pending in courts demanding a long form birth certificate. At least one judge in California has finally not dismissed it on technicality but finally require at least one piece of evidence before the trial that is set for January 2010.

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Autism Home Healthcare Staffing Realities

Autistic young adult requires frequent 2:1 to 3:1 supports, as needed during behavioral or medical emergencies. Home health care staff ratio needed NOT yet provided by state of California. Family still in negotiations. Case should be a NO BRAINER for anyone involved in discerning if this is the kind of unique, aytpical case that requires at LEAST 24/7 1:1 in-home family support. autismus EMS law enforcement autism awareness educational videos autisme “autismul” “awtismo” “nursing” “nurses” “caregivers” “cna” “lvn” case law least restrictive environment “disablity rights” “california” “protection and advocacy” “los angeles” “san diego” “sacramento” “autism legislative taskforce” “autism news” “autism facts” “statistics” “research” “case study” “attorneys” “lawfirms” “litigation” “advocates” “injury” “judges” “decisions” Autistic boy’s mother may sue state california pervasive failure to provide adequate services to autistic boy with extreme self-injurious behaviors and seizure disorder leaves family exhausted in constant battle for proper in-home support and relief. Family forced to create behavioral and nutritional plans due to state “experts” repeatedly failing to provide or meet extraordinary needs of this autistic person. It’s simply unreal that after the family has had to pick up where all the “professionals” dropped the ball, they are insulted and tormented with lack of proper home supports.

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Legal News Headlines 6/3/2010

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Legal News Headlines for June 3rd 2010

The Supreme Court retreated from strict enforcement of the famous Miranda decision on Tuesday, ruling that a crime suspect’s words can be used against him if he fails to clearly invoke his rights and instead, answers a single question after nearly three hours of interrogation.

Calling the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico the “greatest environmental disaster of its kind,” President Barack Obama on Tuesday vowed to prosecute those responsible.

Obama went on to say that if laws were broken, he pledged to bring those responsible to justice

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer made clear Tuesday she’s not worried about a potential legal challenge from the Obama administration over her state’s controversial immigration law.

Criminals have adopted texts, e-mails, instant messages and other forms of electronic communication, and a state senator says the law hasn’t caught up to the technology.

Sen. Fran Pavley says criminals have become a lot more sophisticated since California passed its wiretapping law 21 years ago. It allows only phone calls and digital pages to be monitored.

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Robert G. Schock – Medical Malpractice Lawyer, Oakland, CA

http://oaklandpersonalinjurylawyer.blogspot.com – Medical Malpractice is a large problem, and over 90 percent of doctors sued win their cases. But not in the case of Oakland Lawyer Robert G. Shock. Bob Schock represented the plaintiff, A’Daja Daniels — a then-seven year old child (who’s now 14 years old). He won a judgement of over $800,000, when he was expecting perhaps $300,000, but the jury was swayed by the severity of damage caused to her by doctor error and the impact it has on her ability to reach her economic potential, or to put it another way, to gain money from the best job for her.

In this video, Bob talks about the case and his law practice.

Bob’s office is at 1970 Broadway in Oakland. His phone number is 839-7722 and website is
http://www.legalpros.org

Also see:

http://oaklandfocus.blogspot.com/2007/09/robert-g-schock-personal-injury-lawyer.html

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NEWS FLASH AUG. 2010 – Same sex marriage california is now legal?

Reporting from San Francisco and Los Angeles — A federal judge declared California’s ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional Wednesday, saying that no legitimate state interest justified treating gay and lesbian couples differently from others and that “moral disapproval” was not enough to save the voter-passed Proposition 8.

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ABC News Covers Open Carry in Livermore CA. Captures Illegal Detainment and Search

A Livermore man was giving an interview to local ABC news station in the San Francisco Bay Area about Open Carry when multiple officers from Livermore PD came “in response to a 911 call” about a man with a gun (MWAG). They proceeded to over react with a show of force and illegally search the man and detain.

The Penal Code that the officers invoke to do the search is PC12031(e) and it is Constitutionally invalid and illegal. It will be challenged soon. A person can not be stopped and harassed by police while doing LEGAL things. The officers are misusing this penal code to go on a fishing expedition in hopes to incriminate the law abiding. Officers do not have Probable Cause here unless they can articulate facts that would lead a reasonable person to believe that crime is afoot.

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PRI Study California Government Oversized

Interview: PRI Research Director Jason Clemens

San Francisco- California government can do more with fewer taxpayer dollars, according to a new study released today by the Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a free-market think tank based in San Francisco. No Bang for the Taxpayer’s Buck: Why California Must Reform Spending and Trim Government finds that California is a bottom performer in delivering value-for-money in government services like education, health care, and infrastructure.

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Open Carry in California 1 (2/2)

Law, transport, openly carrying, case law, practical considerations, etc.

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POT ALMOST LEGAL ACCORDING TO THIS NEWS STORY ON FREE POT GIVEAWAY IN L.A.

Amazing but true, Pot almost legal according to this news story on free pot giveaway in L.A. We are one step away to legal pot. Just check out this news story on free pot giveaway and how much time they devote to it and even show faces, names and places…. I missed out boooooo!

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