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Boyd School of Law Releases Edward M. Bernstein & & Associates Kid’s Rights Program

The UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law formally introduced the Edward & M. Bernstein & Associates Children’s Rights Program where lawyers and law trainees interact to represent unaccompanied kids in migration procedures.

During a ceremony Nov. 16 at the Law School’s Thomas & & Mack Moot Courtroom, university management, chosen officials and neighborhood supporters acknowledged a transformational $250,000 present from Edward M. Bernstein & & Associates that will allow the school to continue its work on behalf of local unaccompanied immigrant kids.

“A core objective of the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law is to act as a legal resource and partner for our regional community, which we might not satisfy without the assistance of individuals and companies throughout the community,” said Daniel W. Hamilton, dean of the UNLV Boyd School of Law. “We are honored and humbled by Edward M. Bernstein & & Associates ‘generous present, and are delighted this will allow the personnel and students to continue this crucial work.”

Three years back, the UNLV Immigration Center was one of just 7 organizations– and the only law school– to receive an AmeriCorps grant to supply legal defense to kids leaving violence and abuse in Central America who got here alone in the United States. However, the AmeriCorps program has been terminated causing UNLV’s AmeriCorps grant to end in October. The Bernstein’s donation will money the center for the next five years and guarantee its work will continue uninterrupted.

“I am proud of our UNLV Boyd School of Law which has taken a leadership role in securing the rights of the most susceptible of our society and insuring that justice is available to all of us,” stated Ed Bernstein. “My wife Claudia emigrated from Peru 25 years back and that individual connection makes migration problems near and dear to my heart, in addition to civil liberties and law-related matters.”

The Kid’s Rights Program works closely with the Legal Help Center of Southern Nevada to represent unaccompanied children in both household court and in their immigration cases.

“The Bernstein’s commitment to the kids of the Las Vegas neighborhood will guarantee our mission to represent minors who have actually run away abuse find safety and stability in the United States,” said Michael Kagan, Teacher of Law and director of the Immigration Center. “The Clinic provides direct representation to as many of these children as it can, and trains other pro bono legal representatives to do the exact same.”

Today’s ceremony consisted of welcome remarks from Senator Harry Reid and a keynote address by Tyler Moran, managing director of the D.C. Immigration Hub, previous senior policy advisor for Sen. Harry Reid, and previous Migration Deputy Policy Director for the White Home Domestic Policy Council under President Obama. Additional speakers and fans, consisted of: Barbara Buckley, Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada Executive Director; Yvanna D. Cancela, Nevada State Senate; Edgar Flores, Nevada State Assembly; Jason Frierson, Speaker of the Nevada State Assembly; Michael Kagan, Teacher of Law and Director of the UNLV Migration Clinic; Sam Lieberman, Nevada Board of Regents; and Tom Thomas, Thomas & & Mack Company.

The work of the Children’s Rights Program is closely connected to the nationally acknowledged Kids’ Court School, which educates child witnesses– a number of whom are victims of abuse– about court and teaches them techniques to minimize stress and anxiety while testifying. The Kids’ Court School has served over 1,200 children in the previous decade and has just recently expanded to the National Judicial College in Reno. The program is broadening its award-winning operate in informing child witnesses to educating kids and youth about immigration proceedings.

“I initially became involved since I felt the need to help a lot of immigrants who lack resources to win the right to remain securely in this nation,” said Claudia Noriega-Bernstein, marketing director at Edward M. Bernstein & & Associates and children’s rights advocate. “After discovering whatever that the UNLV Kids’ Court School provides for our regional kids, I became a lot more passionate about offering all kids in our community a voice specifically due to the fact that if these kids are deported to their native nations they are often subjected to horrific violence.”

A fundraising occasion is planned for May 2018 to secure extra financing for the UNLV Children’ Court School.

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Coroner releases names of all 58 Las Vegas shooting victims

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Mikayla Whitmore Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg speaks to members of the media during a press briefing in Las Vegas, Nev. on October 5, 2017.

Metro releases video of former officer slamming female into squad car'' s hood

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department launched body video camera video footage of a former officer who pleaded guilty to attacking a handcuffed woman in his custody.

Previous officer Richard Scavone pleaded guilty Thursday to excessive usage of force inning accordance with the U.S. Lawyer’s Workplace.

Scavone, 50, confessed in a plea contract that on Jan. 6, 2015, he saw the female talking on the phone and holding a cup of coffee. He informed her to “move along,” and she told him she was waiting on somebody and tossed her coffee cup. He then got out of his vehicle and approached her with a Taser in his hand.

He likewise confessed while she was handcuffed, he shoved her to the ground, grabbed her around the neck and threw her to the ground, slapped her in the forehead and knocked her face onto the hood of his police car two times and knocked her into the door of his patrol car, inning accordance with the U.S. Lawyer’s Workplace.

Scavone said he understood exactly what he did wasn’t warranted and was against the law.

He deals with an optimal sentence of up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $100,000. His sentencing is set up for Jan. 11, 2018.

“The United States Lawyer’s Workplace is devoted to securing the civil rights of all Nevada residents, no matter their backgrounds,” Acting U.S. Lawyer Steven Myhre stated. “The offender took an oath to serve and safeguard with honor and integrity. Misbehavior such as this will not be endured and those who break the law will be held accountable for their actions.”

“As Mr. Scavone understood today, nobody is above the law,” Unique Representative in Charge Aaron Rouse said. “Law enforcement takes an oath to safeguard and serve our communities. We are, and rightfully should be, held to a greater standard. Every day, the vast majority of police officers in our neighborhood support that requirement under tough, harmful conditions. However, when law enforcement breaks that vow, they will be held liable.”

After conducting its own examination, LVMPD fired Scavone.

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Taylor Swift releases brand-new tune '' Look Exactly what You Made Me Do''.

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Evan Agostini/ AP In this Feb. 28, 2016 file picture, singer Taylor Swift participates in the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, Calif.

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New York City– You can finally shake it off: Taylor Swift has actually released her brand-new single.

The 27-year-old vocalist dropped the positive tune “Look What You Made Me Do”– which utilizes an interpolation from Right Said Fred’s 1991 hit “I’m Too Attractive”– late Thursday to streaming platforms and iTunes. The tune, featuring aspects of pop, dance and home, includes sharp lyrics like: “Honey, I rose up from the dead I do it all the time/I got a list of names and yours is in red, underlined I examine it once/Then I examine it two times.”

The track ends with a voice message of Swift saying, “I’m sorry, but the old Taylor can’t pertain to the phone today. Why? Oh, ’cause she’s dead.”

Some felt the tune was a diss toward Kanye West, whom Swift has actually had concerns with in the past. In 2015 their fight struck a new height when West’s partner, Kim Kardashian, released audio recordings that she stated proved Swift provided West the proceed for a Swift recommendation in the song “Famous.”

Swift’s voice message on her new song might be a recommendation to the audio Kardashian leaked. Others felt the opening lines of “Look What You Made Me Do”– “I do not like your little games/Don’t like your tilted phase”– was a referral to West’s current tour, which featured a floating stage.

The anticipation of “Look Exactly what You Made Me Do” assisted Swift pattern greatly on social networks. The tune is the first single from her 6th album, “track record,” to be launched Nov. 10. A clip of the tune’s video will premiere Friday on “Excellent Morning America.”

Swift wiped her social networks pages tidy recently and triggered a craze online with video bits of slithery snake parts. Fans dissected the hints in hopes it would reveal information about her new music, and the pop star lastly revealed Wednesday that a new song would come today followed by an album three months later on.

“Track record” is the follow-up to 2014’s “1989,” Swift’s first main pop album after years of dominating in c and w. “1989” launched 7 struck singles, from “Shake It Off” to “Bad Blood,” and won 3 Grammys, consisting of album of the year. The album assisted her produce a star-studded world trip, including visitor appearances from musicians such as Justin Timberlake and John Legend to A-List stars like Ellen DeGeneres and Chris Rock.

“Look What You Made Me Do” utilizes an interpolation of a tune from “I’m Too Hot,” a No. 1 hit that was composed by Richard Fairbrass, Fred Fairbrass and Rob Manzoli. After the song’s release, Right Said Fred tweeted thanks to Swift and called the new song a magnificent reinvention.

Swift composed and produced the new tune with frequent collaborator Jack Antonoff, who carries out in the bands Bleachers and enjoyable. Antonoff, who has produced for Lorde, Sia, Sara Bareilles and others, made a Grammy Award for his work on three songs from Swift’s “1989.”

He also produced and co-wrote Swift and Zayn’s Leading 5 hit from the “Fifty Tones Darker” soundtrack, “I Don’t Want to Live Permanently,” and the 2 shared a Golden World nomination for the song “Sweeter than Fiction,” from the 2013 film “Once Chance.”

Swift’s “track record” might become the singer’s fourth album to offer more than one million albums in its launching week, following “1989,” 2012’s “Red” and 2010’s “Speak Now.”

Judge Judy releases dog in court to find true owner

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( Image: YouTube: Big Sibling Fans )” border=” 0″ width= “180”/ > Court procedures can be demanding, particularly when custody and ownership play a roll. This time, however, the puppy played the judge. (Photo: YouTube: Big Brother Fans ). Court proceedings can be difficult, specifically when custody and ownership play a roll. This time, however, the pup played the judge. In a conflict between a man and a lady, both claimed ownership of the dog. The lady declared she purchased the dog from somebody off the street. The male was adamant that the canine came from him.

In order to figure out the owner, Judge Judy ordered the canine be set loose in the court space.

And think what? The pet went to its owner.

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Angry male rejected support releases insects in federal government workplace

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title=” (Source: WMTW, William Bridgeo through CNN)” border=” 0 “width= “180”/ >( Source: WMTW, William Bridgeo via CNN). AUGUSTA, Maine( AP) – The city supervisor in Augusta, Maine, states the community office building had to be sprayed for insects after a male tossed a cup of the bugs onto a workplace counter and about 100 of them spread off.

City Manager William Bridgeo tells the Kennebec Journal the guy apparently grumbled Friday to the code enforcement office about bedbugs at his previous house then left, but returned after he revealed the cup of bugs to a manager at his new home and was told he could not live there.

” He whipped out a cup (full of live bedbugs) and slammed it on the counter, and bam, off they flew, maybe 100 of them,” Bridgeo told the regional paper.

Bridgeo says the guy let the bugs loose in the General Help Workplace where he asked for a type to demand support and obviously was informed he didn’t qualify.

Authorities didn’t instantly launch the guy’s name or say if any charges would be filed.

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Google releases America'' s most misspelled words

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Google has actually released a list of America’s a lot of misspelled words.( Credit: Google )” border =” 0″ width =” 180″/ > Google has released a list of America’s a lot of misspelled words.( Credit: Google ). KMOV.com-. We’ve all existed, typing away at 50 words per minute, when all of a sudden the English language gets the best people leading to a Google look for the appropriate spelling of a word. Google launched on Tuesday America’s many misspelled words by state by analyzing the top “the best ways to spell” searches.

In the Show-Me State, “upkeep” was the top browsed word, possibly tripping up Missourians unsure of where to place the alternating “a’s” and “e’s”

In Illinois, “value” was the top browsed word. A “c” in the middle of the word fills in an “sh” sound resulting in Google searches each Illinoisan can appreciate.

The longest word browsed was “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,” and yes, a Google search was needed to get the right spelling for this story.

” Phony” and “gray” was available in as the shortest words to make the list.

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