Over the next 40 weeks, the 25 chosen high school students will be given tasks like researching the law, performing technical work with paralegals, organizing files electronically, reading over materials for attorneys and fine-tuning their writing skills, Raju said. They’ll hear from guest lecturers, participate in projects like mock trials, and learn about the system through the lenses of investigators, IT workers, paralegals, social workers and attorneys. … [Read more...] about New, paid internship places high school students in SF Public Defender’s office
Lawyers who defend murderers
Leonard stood alone before the Heat played the Denver Nuggets, and he’s been blowing up all over social media ever since. Now, he’s defended his choice, and said his brother’s military service is one of the reasons why he stood. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) … [Read more...] about Meyers Leonard Defends Standing For The National Anthem, Cites His Brother’s Military Service
Two of the murder victims, Joey Mans, 26, and Timothy Kipp Jones, 24, both of Riverside were shot to death execution-style Oct. 12, 1992, near Lake Mathews. Jose Aragon, 22, of Redlands, was killed when shots were fired from three weapons Nov. 25, 1992, in San Timoteo Canyon near Beaumont. … [Read more...] about Condemned Multiple Murderer Orlando G. Romero Dies While Being Treated For COVID-19
The attorney general would go on to say that he approved a plan for law enforcement to “increase the perimeter” at 2 p.m. that day, adding that the “park police was facing what they considered to be a very rowdy and non-compliant crowd” that were throwing projectiles. … [Read more...] about Bill Barr Defends Attack on Peaceful Protesters: ‘Pepper Spray Is Not a Chemical Irritant’
In the background to everybody’s story that unfolds in the film is their own experience with torture, their own experience with being brought close to death. It’s one thing to hear them talk about it, and it’s another thing to see what they see in their minds, which is captured in those videos. It’s the shadow that follows them through the film and will follow them for the rest of their lives. You can’t really understand their story without seeing that, without seeing the kind of cruelty and inhumanity that is being carried out in Chechnya, and elsewhere. … [Read more...] about Gay People Are Being Murdered in Chechnya. Why Aren’t We Talking About It?