Tag Archives: Hearings

Sovereign Immunity, Absolute Immunity, Qualified Immunity, Use Immunity, Transaction Immunity and Qualified Privilege claims that may be advanced by public officers and employees involved in litigation and, or, administrative hearings

Sovereign Immunity, Absolute Immunity, Qualified Immunity, Use Immunity, Transaction Immunity and Qualified Privilege claims that may be advanced by public officers and employees involved in litigation and, or, administrative hearingsBelow is an example of the material posted on NYPPL. However, to … Continue reading

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Congressional hearings held on the Trump administration’s FY 2019 budget request and health care industry consolidation

On February 14, 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced projections that national health care spending is expected to increase an average of 5.5% a year between 2017 – 2026 and will account for almost 20% of … Continue reading

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Pardon or Parole Hearings — NO APPEAL

In the past few days, I have received a number of inquiries from people who have been or had a loved one denied parole or a pardon from the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles. These potential clients want to … Continue reading

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The Hearings Congress Should Hold After the Nunes Memo’s Release

You may be forgiven for missing the news that the Trump Administration on Friday released its Nuclear Posture Review, the statutorily required report the Defense Department submits to Congress every four years establishing U.S. nuclear policy until the next report.  … Continue reading

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BAIL HEARINGS IN FELONY STRANGULATION CASES – SEVEN MEDICAL-PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTS EVERY JUDGE AND ATTORNEY SHOULD KNOW

I write this post out of a sense of urgent concern. I recently observed an absolutely dismal bail hearing in a FELONY strangulation case presided over by a clueless judge and an uninformed prosecutor. (I will not mention the name … Continue reading

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