FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:ATTORNEY talEPH HAYNES DAVIS, ESQ. ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE, 9TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT GROUP 4 IN AND FOR ORANGE AND OSCEOLA FLORIDA COUNTIES (Orlando, Florida)- Orlando, Florida attorney taleph Haynes Davis, Esquire, has announced his candidacy for Circuit Court Judge for the 9th Judicial Circuit and has formed the Committee to Elect taleph Haynes Davis for Judge 2016. Complete Press Release Here
Written By James T. DeShay ?AllLivesMatter?:The murder of an innocent police officer was the responses and retaliation I expected from an out-of-control individual who perceive himself as making a statement against law enforcement. All people of a civilized society understand that we need the services of the police; however, you can't make defenseless people feel they are at the mercy of "bad apples". We need police department across the country to respect the people they are sworn to serve and protect.
by Mark E. NeJame Why do we have 5% of the world's population but yet 25% of the world's prison population...because the "get tough on crime", zero tolerance and "lock 'em up" philosophy which Trump supporters preach and has prevailed in this country for 30 years is a complete and abysmal failure.
by Attorney Natalie Jackson The filing of charges against Noel Carter should be our last straw! It is time for the current elected officials to prove to the people who elected them that 'BlackLlivesMatter' to them…if they can't do that then we need to vote them out of office.
By Roger Caldwell The NBC-LEO is the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials, which was started in 1970 to represent the interest of African American elected officials. Their mission is to ensure that policy and programs reflect African American concerns and benefit our community. The organization works with its members to inform them on African American issues, and devise ways to confront and address community objectives through legislation and direct action.
by Pastor Joe Flores The unexpected often happens in our lives to reveal the depth of our real character, the person who we really are, our truest self. In a court of law there is a rule concerning "hearsay". It is referred to as the hearsay rule of law. The hearsay rule of law says that "hearsay" is not accepted or allowed as evidence in a court of law. You've probably heard a lawyer on some TV show object to some statement that is made in the court on the basis of it being "hearsay". The hearsay rule is a commonly known fact even by the average legal laymen.
What you may not know is that there is an exception to the hearsay rule. The exception to the hearsay rule in a court of law is called the "excited utterance" exception.