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The following program was produced by the United States Courts. “The phrase, “Justice for all,” takes a special meaning in the work that we do. Rebecca Caldaro. Manager of Interpreter Services.” “Daniel Nevoa, Court Interpreter.” “I’m Paula Gold, I’m a Staff Interpreter in the District Court.” “I’m Theresa Salazar, Staff Interpreter.” “I am responsible for

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Hello welcome to IF We post new videos biweekly Hit that subscribe button to stay up to date with the latest. Let me quickly begin by saying thank you to all the new subscribers that have joined the channel. If we continue to support one another by subscribing, like I mentioned in the last video

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The following program was produced by the United States Courts. Hello, I’m Chris Thomas with the United States Courts. In this edition of Court Shorts, we focus on jury service. Every year some local federal courts host a national open doors to federal courts outreach program. This program introduces high school students and their teachers

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Translator: Ellen Maloney Reviewer: Denise RQ I’ve been thinking about criminal justice reform, and I think you should be too. I’m Dan Satterberg, I’m the Prosecuting Attorney for King County, Washington, I’ve been a prosecutor for 30 years, and this is what I’ve learned: the criminal justice system doesn’t sit on an island all by

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It’s really important to realize, whistleblowing is in America’s DNA. It has been a concept since before the Constitution itself was ratified. The first whistleblower protection law in the United States was passed in 1778 during wartime. It is used to bring down the first commodore of the United States Navy, Esek Hopkins. Hopkins was

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The judicial system is made up of courts, judges, juries, defenders and prosecutors. Together, they interpret the law and decide how to punish those who break it. This is one of the three branches of government, and probably the most important for checking executive power, including Presidents and the police. On paper, judges exist to

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Okay Leonora I’ll tell you about what I’ve done about the inmates at the Civil Service Club Stupid! SOCULITHERZ please I’ve told you that like Cher, Beyonce, Rihanna Madonna and Elvis you are to call me by my elebrity, single name – So-cool-it-hurts – get it? Okay boss I mean Soculitherz One good thing is

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(emphatic music) – [Voiceover] You can turn back now or learn the stuff they don’t want you to know. (powerful music) Here are the facts. The United States Civil War began in 1861 with the attack on Fort Sumter and lasted until 1865. Over 600 thousand died in one of the bloodiest conflicts in U.S.

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A few potential United States Republican presidential candidates have recently expressed their desire to limit the life-long terms served by federal judges, as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg turns 82 with no plans of retiring. Although it’s not the most game-changing campaign issue out there, it’s one that many people have been questioning lately. Why do

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