WE'RE GETTING CLOSER TO THE START OF FORMER UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI POLICE OFFICER RAY TENSING'S RETRIAL. A MOTION TO DISMISS THE CASE HAS BEEN DENIED. 9 IS ON YOUR SIDE IS BRINGING YOU EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW. KNOW. KRISTEN SWILLEY IS LIVE AT THE COURTHOUSE. KRISTEN - TODAY THE JUDGE COULD DECIDE IF A PIECE OF EVIDENCE WILL BE ALLOWED THIS TIME AROUND. PREJUDICIAL AND INFLAMMATORY - JUST SOME OF THE WORD'S THE DEFENSE IS USING TO DESCRIBE A CONTROVERSIAL PIECE OF EVIDENCE - THE T-SHIRT RAY TENSING WAS WEARING WHEN HE SHOT AND KILLED SAMUEL DUBOSE. AS YOU CAN SEE HERE IT HAS A CONFEDERATE FLAG ON IT. TENSING'S LEGAL TEAM SAYS IT DOESNT ADD ANY VALUE TO THE CASE, SAYING IT WOULD "UNDULY AROUSE THE PASSIONS OF THE JURY. " THE DEFENSE IS ALSO QUESTIONING THE CREDENTIALS OF THE PROSECUTION'S EXPERT ON THE CONTROVERSIAL BODY CAM VIDEO, THE SAME PERSON FROM THE FIRST TRIAL. THE PROSECUTION IS DOING THE SAME THING WITH THE DEFENSE'S EXPERT. THAT PERSON WAS LINED UP FOR THE FIRST TRIAL BUT NEVER CALLED TO TESTIFY. AND A CRITICAL STEP IS STILL AHEAD FOR BOTH SIDES - NARROWING DOWN THE JURY POOL THAT'S NOW 180 PEOPLE TO 12. 9 ON YOUR SIDE LEGAL ANALYST CARL LEWIS TALKED TO US. ABOUT WHAT COMES AFTER THE QUESTIONNAIRES ARE SCRUTINIZED THIS WEEKEND. "The questionnaire is really just a preview of who you have in front of you until you can start diving into some very critical questions. You say that you're a member of the NRA. What are your feelings about guns? Why are you a member of the NRA? You said on this questionnaire you support thepolice 100%. What do you mean by that?" THAT HEARING BEGINS AT 9 A. M. REPORTING LIVE. KRISTEN SWILLEY. 9 ON YOUR SIDE. AND CHRIS -- I KNOW YOU SPENT A LOT OF TIME COVERING TENSING'S FIRST TRIAL. WE'RE STILL SEATING A JURY. BUT ARE YOU SEEING ANY DIFFERENCES IN HOW THE CASE IS BEING HANDLED? AD LIBS ANSWER OVER TENSING FIRST TRIAL BROLL. YOU CAN COUNT ON 9 ON YOUR SIDE FOR FULL COVERAGE OF RAY TENSING'S RETRIAL. WE'LL BE LIVE STARTING AT 4:30 AM HERE ON GOOD MORNING TRI-STATE STARTING TUESDAY. AND OUR COVERAGE WILL CONTINUE EVERYDAY UNTIL THE VERY END. AND FOR UPDATES WHEN YOU'RE AWAY FROM THE TELEVISION - GO TO WCPO DOT COM AND DOWNLOAD THE 9 ON YOUR SIDE APP.
Hollywood and lawyers have gone together like two peas in a pod since the very inception of motion pictures. In an industry built on fantasy and unlimited imagination, playing an attorney in a well-written film can be the direct route to big recognition in an actor's career. From Atticus Finch to Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee, those portraying legal advocates have given us some of the most memorable characters in Hollywood history. Among all the many examples, these top seven thespians provided us with some of the most unforgettable performances in the courtroom.1. Gregory Peck as Atticus FinchNo one can forget Gregory Peck's portrayal of attorney Atticus Finch in "To Kill A Mockingbird." Admirable father to Scout and Jem, Atticus Finch uses his legal prowess to fight against racial injustice in Depression-era Alabama. His defense of African-American Tom Robinson, who was wrongfully accused of rape, stands the test of time as one of the top courtroom performances ever.6. Richard Gere as Billy FlynnA movie generally thought of for its tap dancing rather than its courtroom drama, "Chicago" nonetheless highlights Richard Gere's impressive performance as a less than reputable attorney. This film, based on the Broadway play, revolves around murderous celebrities who turn their notoriety into a successful vaudeville act.7. John Travolta as Jan SchlichtmannIn "A Civil Action," based on real-life events, John Travolta brings a complex legal battle to the silver screen with his role as Jan Schlichtmann, a small-firm plaintiffs lawyer. Schlichtmann embarks on a David vs. Goliath quest by going after two big corporations that he believes are at fault for the deaths of eight neighborhood kids who were all diagnosed with leukemia.
Indian Attorneys are people who have gone to law school and who practice the law. They must pass a big exam called the bar exam. This is what makes a student a certified attorney. Sometimes students can have a hard time determining what kind of law they want to practice because there are so many different types.
First, you need to consider all areas of the law. Once you have narrowed your choices down to a three you should start seeking as much information on those choices that you can possibly fund. You will also want to determine what type of firm you want to practice. Maybe you want to do corporate law where you have the opportunity to make partnerships or maybe you want to head out on your own.
7 Actors Who Played a Memorable Attorney on the Big Screen
There are so many areas of the law that some lawyers specialize in a couple areas, while some focus on just one area of the law. Practicing attorneys that do a generalization of many areas of the law are called general practitioners.
They don’t focus on all the areas, but they choose many areas in which to have great knowledge of. Specialists focus on one area. You may have criminal attorneys, tax attorneys, women’s rights attorneys, and so on. A general practitioner can handle most legal issues that are common.
If you are involved in a complex case or case that is worth a lot of money or a serious matter you will want a specialist. In some cases, people will have multiple attorneys so that they can make sure that their case is being handed to the firm’s full capability and so on.
When it comes to the lawyers, you will mostly see what special training they have gotten. Attorneys are just the name for anyone who can represent you in a court of law. They too have to pas a bar and are state certified. Any lawyer can be an attorney. The only thing is that some lawyers do not litigate.
IT )S BECOME AN ALL-OUT (AD BATTLE IN ONE NEW MEXICO TOWN. AFTER SOME OUT OF STATE LAWYERS LOOKING FOR BUSINESS ACCUSED A HEALTH CARE CENTER OF POOR SERVICES. THE HEALTH CENTER STRUCK BACK WITH A UNIQUE STRATEGY. NEWS 13 )S MADELINE SCHMITT EXPLAINS. IN TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES. NEWS SPREADS FAST. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "Everyone does know about it, it )s a small community". ESPECIALLY WHEN IT )S IN THE SIERRA COUNTY SENTINEL. THE AREA )S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, OWNED BY FRANCES LUNA. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "We publish every Friday. We hit the street before the chickens are up". MORE THAN 4 THOUSAND HARD COPIES ARE DELIVERED, MAILED AND DELIVERED TO LOCAL STORES EACH WEEK. BUT BY 6 O )CLOCK ON FRIDAY, MAY 19TH. PAPERS WERE NOWHERE TO BE FOUND. THAT WEEK )S EDITION CONTAINED THIS AD. ARIZONA ATTORNEYS -- SLAMMING THE LOCAL SIERRA HEALTH CARE CENTER FOR POOR OPERATIONS BASED ON MEDICARE INSPECTIONS. THE AD DIRECTS PEOPLE TO MEDICARE )S WEBSITE TO PROVE ITS CLAIMS. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "Apparently the general manager and staff from Butte, totaling more than 10 stores, including Walmart and purchased every paper they could get their hands on". LUNA WAS LEFT FRUSTRATED AND IRRITATED. SHE THINKS THE EMPLOYEES -- WHO DIRECTLY TOLD HER WHAT THEY DID -- SPENT MORE THAN A THOUSAND DOLLARS BUYING UP THOSE PAPERS. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "It hurt the advertisers that week, as well as the readers that week". THEN. SOMETHING INTERESTING HAPPENED. Madeline Schmitt/KRQE. Com/Madelin eSchmitt "The following week )s paper had two ads. The same one from the attorneys in Arizona. But right next to it, another full page ad. And this one from Sierra Health Care Center". IT HAD TESTIMONIALS FROM PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES. TURNING THE FIGHT INTO AN ADVERTISEMENT SHOWDOWN. LUNA SAYS SHE )S NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE IT. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "This was never meant to be personal against the healthcare center or their staff". MADELINE SCHMITT,. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "It )s just business". KRQE NEWS 13. THE ATTORNEYS BRINGING THE LAWSUIT SENT NEWS 13 A STATEMENT SAYING THEY STAND BEHIND THEIR AD. WE )VE POSTED THE FULL TEXT OF THAT STATEMENT ON KRQE DOT COM. BY NEWS TIME, THE SIERRA HEALTH CARE CENTER HAD (NOT RETURNED A REQUEST FOR COMMENT.