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Translator: Delia Cohen Reviewer: Ellen Maloney Would it be fair to say that most of us in here believe in second chances? Audience: Yes. But, how many of us are willing to give second chances? I’m a first-time offender, convicted of second-degree murder and a gun enhancement with a total sentence of 40 years and

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Throughout the United States, there is growing social awareness that sexual violence and harassment are far too common occurrences within our various institutions — occurrences often without any accountability. As a result, the Me Too movement is upon us, and survivors everywhere are speaking out to demand change. Students have rallied against sexual assault on

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On February 8th, Alabama’s Chief Justice Roy Moore issued a last-minute order to Alabama probate judges to deny same sex marriage licenses. This directly conflicted with a federal court decision on January 23rd, which legalized gay marriage in the state of Alabama. So, what happens now? Are states able to defy federal law? First off,

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LEGALLY. EVERYBODY HERE IN SAN DIEGO TRYING TO DETERMINE EXACTLY WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT. I’M JAMIE CHAMBERS. FOX NEWS.>>Martha: SHORT WHILE AGO, PRESIDENT TRUMP TWEETED, “THE MIGRANT CARAVAN THAT IS OPENLY DEFYING OUR BORDER SHOWS HOW WEAK CAN EFFECTIVE USE IMMIGRATION LAWS ARE. YET JON TESTER VOTED TO PROTECT CENTURY CITIES. WE NEED LAWMAKERS WILL

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Translator: Ellen Maloney Reviewer: Denise RQ Everything that I do is driven by a need to redeem myself, with an obligation to give back to our society. It all started when the metal door slammed shut onto the cell. It sent shivers down my spine. The chamber was cold, and it smelled of stale air.

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I think most Americans believe that after you commit a crime and pay your debt to society, the punishment ends. You have the chance to rebuild your life and get a fresh start. But the reality is much harsher. We punish people with criminal records long after they’ve paid their debt to society. And we

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(gentle music) – A lot of my clients and their family members live in a constant state of fear. Thirty years ago, I mean, there were very little deportation cases, and now that is the bulk of cases that we take. Many of the cases go through the Stewart Detention Center, and a lot of

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(soft music) – Ona Judge was born at Mount Vernon around 1774. She was the daughter of Betty, an enslaved seamstress. Based on Judge’s last name, her father may have been Andrew Judge, a white, English tailor whom Washington hired from 1772 to 1784. Ona was later described as a light, mulatto girl, much freckled

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My name is Anthony Brown and I am a candidate for a judgeship on the Minnesota Court of Appeals. I am asking for your vote. My qualifications for the Court of Appeals are indisputable. I have been a trial and appellate lawyer for nearly twenty years. I have represented clients at every level of the

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Episode 34 – The New Deal Hi, I’m John Green, this is CrashCourse U.S. history, and today we’re going to get a little bit controversial, as we discuss the FDR administration’s response to the Great Depression: the New Deal. That’s the National Recovery Administration, by the way, not the National Rifle Association or the No

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