Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Show Notes (12.16)

LHL is back tomorrow and has quite an interesting show planned. Legal Help Live will be covering a variety of topics ranging from Supreme Court cases, male prostitution, marijuana legalization, and other topics you can find listed below.

Legal Help Live offers free legal advice each Wednesday at 4 PM. During the show the Hosts take calls from viewers with legal situations from parking tickets to personal injury. Viewers can catch the show on LA cable channel 36 or 16 in Santa Monica. Online the show can be viewed on LA36.org.

If you'd like to ask the Hosts a question call 1(800)405-4222.

Show Topics
Supreme Court to Review Text Messages in Employee Privacy Case
-A swat officer claimed he had an exception of privacy that would prevent the city from retrieving sexually explicated texts he sent to his wife and mistress and others.
Nev. Brothel aims to offer 1st male prostitutes
-Owner of a brothel in Las Vegas aims to hire Nevada’s first legal prostitutes within a month.
Marijuana legalization initiative headed for 2010 ballot, organizers say
-Supporters of an initiative that would legalize marijuana in CA say they have collected enough signatures to ensure that it will be on the November 2010 ballot.
California adopts stricter rules for drug abusers in the health industry
-Nurses, dentists, and other professionals with addictions will be subject to more drug tests, and any restrictions to their licenses will be listed on public websites.
Effects of judge’s Katrina ruling could be huge.
-The harshly worded legal ruling held the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers responsible for much of the flooding during Hurricane Katrina.
Foreclosures will keep rising through 2010.
-Mortgage Bankers Assn. says delinquencies and home repossessions have hit a new high. Blaming job losses for most of the pain, it sees a continued surge in foreclosure through all of next year.
UC Regent approve 32% student fee hike.
-The decision was made with little debate after a lengthy committee discussion Wednesday. Thousands of students and labor union activists effect throughout the television industry.
‘BMW Bandits’ have extended their operation into the San Fernando Valley.
-The thieves known for stealing air bags and headlights from luxury cars in the Westside and Mid-Wilshire areas have targeted about 10 vehicles, not all BMW’s, in the Valley.
Porn Kings trying to release Prejean sex tape.
-The world’s largest porn company has obtained a copy of the Carrie Prejean solo sex tape and are trying desperately to release it.
A setback in Maine for Gay Marriage, but Medical Marijuana Law Expands
Hollywood Spider-Man impersonator caught in legal web.
Boxer Mike Tyson is arrested after altercation at LAX
McCourt Divorce – Dodger cuts 87 year old part time baseball scout from $18,000 to $8,000 per year.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Show Notes (12.2)

Legal Help Lives got a packed show this week. We're going to be discussing numerous topics including Gov. Schwarzenegger's problems with the law and Obama's uninvited guests as well as taking calls on your legal questions and issues beginning at 4 PM.

Legal Help Live is a live on air show based in Los Angeles. You can catch us on Channel 36 (la36.org) in Los Angeles, or on Channel 16 in Santa Monica. The Legal Help Live experts deal with all sorts of topics and are your resource on legal matters ranging from traffic tickets, to personal injury, workers rights violations, to you name it. If you've got a question just give Legal Help Live a call at 1 (800) 405-4222.

If you can't watch the show on TV, check it out online at la36.org.

Show Topics 12.2
California Athletic Commission
-Fighters can be disciplined for marijuana use
Sex Offenders booted from two online social networking sites
-more than 3,500 convicted sex offenders were kicked on Facebook and MySpace in the first sweep under the NY Electronic Security and Targeting of Online Predators Act.
Serena given a fine due to her outburst at the US Open
Gov. Schwarzenegger caught breaking traffic laws
Sylvester Stallone in violation of seatbelt law
IRS saws Schwarzenegger owes over $79,000.
Scams for press coverage and the legal problem create.
Obama’s uninvited guests prompt inquiry
Swiss Authorities will not appeal ruling allowing Roman Polanski out on bail.

If there's a topic you'd like to see discussed, leave a comment below or tweet LHL @legalhelplive.