After a week break, we return with a mountain of information to go over. We have a small update on the situation in Tennessee, as well as Jim Acosta resigning as Secretary of Labor after scrutiny in the Jeffrey Epstein case / allegations. The news articles then ensue: First off, we cover an Atlanta school district is putting up cameras that read license places to catch speeders, as well as maybe gain access to the registry database looking for registrants moving into the area – and then by extension the inexpensive nature of cameras and artificial intelligence in general; AG Krasner in Philadelphia is under fire by lawmakers reducing his power to enact significant criminal justice reform; Kansas further reduces the ability for pleading a case by insanity; Many states are offering ways to diminish the sting of criminal records; DOD is a significant player in hosting CP on the Internet; We are treading on unsafe territory when we second guess a prosecutors decisions years in the past; Prosecutor scrutinizing LEO body cams, resigns due to lack of support; Teacher receives 20 year sentence for sex with student; We cover a clip from Scalia where he is essentially saying “we don’t know”, and perhaps inventing a right; One of the accusers of Kevin Spacey drops civil suit; Lastly, a case in NJ where a judge denies elevating a juveniles case to adult court
[1:1:27] Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
[1:03:40] Kevin Spacey segment
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