Deidre Shesgreen of USA Today has a great story up on the long battle that this firm’s attorneys waged on behalf of our client David Krikorian before the Federal Elections Commission.
It took the FEC five long years to act on a simple Complaint on which the facts were largely not in dispute, and they barely slapped the wrist of our former Congressman Jean Schmidt for taking an illegal gift that actually exceeded $650,000.
Brian Shrive of our firm carefully researched the facts and the law, and prepared a complaint that irrefutably established the violations of Federal Election Law.
The gist of the story is that the FEC is hopelessly ineffectual, taking interminable amounts of time to decide simple issues and deadlocking on partisan lines over the most obvious violations of law.
Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 23rd, 2016
Although we were taught that our number system can extend into infinity may it be positive of negative. However, our number system is consisted of ten (10) main number starting with zero (0) through nine (9) and thereafter every other number or any combination thereof are repeats of the first ten (10) numbers. For example, take the number ten (10) which is a combination of one (1) and zero (0) eleven (11) becomes a repeat of (1) one and (1) one. These processes shall repeated to create the desired number combination.Continue reading “Telephone Companies are Running out of Numbers”
Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 14th, 2016
Subsequently, to Saturday, November 12th, 2016 Hamilton County Judge’s declaration of a mistrial in Raymond Tensing trial many are asking; why were there no African-American men on the jury for the trial of a white ex-police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man?Continue reading “Community Demanding Deters Retry Case”
Articles| Posted by Jim Clingman November 7th, 2016
By the time you read this I trust you will have wiped away the slime and the grunge, regurgitated a few times, taken a good bath or shower, relentlessly scrubbed the stench from your bodies, and maybe even found it necessary to delouse.
Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 13th, 2016
Perhaps you can remember John Watson, Jr. also known professionally as Johnny “Guitar” Watson, was an American blues, soul, and funk musician and singer-songwriter. A flamboyant showman and electric guitarist in the style of T-Bone Walker, Watson recorded throughout the 1950’s and 1960’s with some success. His creative reinvention in the 1970’s with disco and funk overtones, with such hits as “Ain’t That a Bitch”, “I Need It” and “Superman Lover”. His successful recording career spanned forty years, with his highest chart appearance being the 1977 song “A Real Mother For Ya. Continue reading “King Records Building Rescued for the Next Generation”
Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 12th, 2016
Pursuant to the Former University of Cincinnati’s police officer Raymond Tensing who was charged with murder and voluntary manslaughter for shooting Sam DuBose during a traffic stop in July 19th, 2015 is facingbeing retried again.
Subsequently, the jury in the Ray Tensing murder trial has concluded without reaching any verdict after deliberations of more than 24 hours.
Pursuant to the Ray Tensing jury trial they have broken off Friday evening without a verdict. Thusly, deliberations will resume on Saturday, November 12th, 2016 at approximately 8 A.M. This mean in three days the jury has been in deliberation for more than 20 hours.
However, the 12 men and women in the jury have been sequestered again until they reach a decision, (hopefully not a hang) on former University of Cincinnati’s police officer Tensing’s charges for the death of Sam DuBose.
Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 11th, 2016
Experts in the legal arena have defined the law of restitution to be the law of gains-based recovery. It is to be contrasted with the law of compensation, which is the law of loss-based recovery. Obligations to make restitution and obligations to pay compensation are each a type of legal response to events in the real world. When a court orders restitution it orders the defendant to give up his/her gains to the claimant. When a court orders compensation it orders the defendant to pay the claimant for his or her loss.
Furthermore, in modern legal usage, its meaning has frequently been extended to include not only the restoration or giving back of something to its rightful owner and returning to the status quo but also compensation, reimbursement, indemnification, or reparation for benefits derived from, or for loss or injury caused to, another. Continue reading “Should Murderers Be Required To Make Restitutions?”
Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 10th, 2016
The fate of a long-planned commuter rail line along the eastern riverfront took an abrupt turn over the past month. With the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) Board voting 12-1 in favor of a plan to use it for the Ohio River Trail, it puts a severe damper on one day using it as commuter rail to the city’s eastern suburbs.
In a recent conversation with Commissioner Todd Portune about the commuter rail line along the eastern riverfront he stated to me that his hands were tied and he just cannot get any movement on it. The other two (2) County Commissioners are Republicans and they were simply not interested in the project. Continue reading “The Billion-Dollar Light Rail System”
Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 10th, 2016
It is believed that Cecil Benjamin during the 2016 Democrat National Convention in Philadelphia Pennsylvania as the delegation(s) from the U. S. Virgin Islands gave their position of support they dissimulate certain information that was not altogether correct. It was somewhat ambiguous.
They introduced themselves as being from the U.S. Virgin Island, American in the (West Indies) Caribbean, and home of Alexander Hamilton.
However, on the contrary the problem(s) are approximately two hundred years ago Alexander Hamilton was born on the island of Nevis, in the British West Indies and not in the Virgin Islands. Interestingly, the exact year of Alexander Hamilton’s birth is unknown because historians have found two sets of birth records. The date of his birth is now set at 1755 by newly discovered Danish documents. This makes Alexander Hamilton two years older than was thought. Continue reading “Full Citizenship for Residents of the USVI”