Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Legal Help Live Show Notes

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

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

SHOW TOPICS 3-3-2010

-Wrong body in casket at funeral?
-Stranded at 124 floor in elevator?
-Spending 20 years on death row for murder you did not commit
-Find out unmarried teenager is pregnant
-Bogus rape charges against college sports persons
Terrified passengers were left stranded between floors in the world’s tallest building after a lift broke as they were descending in the Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai. Visitors queueing to descend from the observation deck on the 124th floor of the recently opened 828-metre (2,717ft) tower heard a crash and the sound of breaking glass from the lift shaft. Dust then billowed back into the room through the small gaps in the lift shaft doors.
-TOYOTA DEBACAL-Pryis-Camary-mat-acelerator petal-electronics
-Credit destroyed for not paying lease or bank payment
-If sell or get out on lease $9000 cash out of pocket
-Honda expands airbag inflation recall to expand airbag inflation recall, says devices can deploy with too much pressure-DETROIT (AP) -- Honda Motor Co. is adding more than 378,000 cars to an existing safety recall for air bag inflation problems, the company said Tuesday. The company will replace the driver's side air bag inflator on the cars because they can deploy with too much pressure, causing the inflator to rupture and injure or kill the driver. The recall now affects more than 822,000 vehicles, including certain 2001 and 2002 Accord sedans, Civic compacts, Odyssey minivans, CR-V small sport utility vehicles and some 2002 Acura TL sedans.
The Life of a "Puppy Bowl" Referee
Animal Planet's most popular shows, working as the referee for "Puppy Bowl," two hours of alternative programming before the Super Bowl and featuring 43 playing puppies. He gets a break for kitten halftime. Mr. Schecter says being an animal referee takes patience and a sense of humor. He spoke with writer Dawn Fallik about his career. Edited excerpts follow.
-U.S. COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE 9TH CIRCUIT -Female Wrestlers' Title IX Suit Can Proceed-By Laura Ernde -Daily Journal Staff Writer- A federal appellate panel Monday revived a class-action lawsuit brought by female students who were excluded from the UC Davis wrestling team.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the women can pursue damages even though they didn't give the school a chance to fix the alleged discrimination first.
-Wednesday, February 10, 2010 Ninth Circuit Upholds Strip Searches For All Prisoners
Breaking with its previous rulings, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld the constitutionality of routine strip searches at jails
-Weight loss issues and how to keep it off-Diet, exercise(biggest loser)-Pill and medicine-Surgery-gastric bands-gastric bypass
-Baby and Infant Crib Recall: 2010 Update February 2010, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a recall of more than 500,000 drop-side cribs sold at Buy Buy Baby, Kmart, Wal-Mart and other stores after the death of three infants


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