News UpdatesCovid-19: Bombay Bar Association To Provide Financial Assistance To Advocates Nitish Kashyap6 April 2020 4:48 AMShare This – xConsidering the current lockdown due to the outbreak of the pandemic of Covid-19, Bombay Bar Association issued a notice on Monday declaring that member advocates of the said association will be given financial assistance if needed and even non-members will be given such assistance, but priority will be given to the members. Notice signed by Secretary of BBA Senior Advocate Dr.Birendra…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginConsidering the current lockdown due to the outbreak of the pandemic of Covid-19, Bombay Bar Association issued a notice on Monday declaring that member advocates of the said association will be given financial assistance if needed and even non-members will be given such assistance, but priority will be given to the members. Notice signed by Secretary of BBA Senior Advocate Dr.Birendra Saraf states that the BBA Trust was formed with one of the objects of providing financial assistance to Advocates and in the present scenario, any Advocate who is a member of the Bombay Bar Association or has applied for the membership of the Bombay Bar Association may make a request for financial assistance with following details- 1) Full name 2) Date of Birth 3) Enrolment No. and date of Enrolment 4) Annual Income 5) Statement and Undertaking that the advocate has not received financial assistance from any other source. 6) Bank Ac details – Bank account number, bank, branch, IFSC code All requests can be forwarded to the following email [email protected] Similar notifications announcing financial aid to lawyers in the current crisis have been issued by the Delhi High Court Bar Association, Odisha Bar Council, the Bar Council of Kerala Telangana Bar Council.Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Woodland Park Police Department(WOODLAND PARK, Colo.) — Prosecutors on Tuesday revealed new details — including blood and an alleged poisoned coffee plot — in the case against Patrick Frazee, the Colorado man accused of killing his fiancé and the mother of his baby.Kelsey Berreth, 29, vanished on Nov. 22, 2018, near her Woodland Park, Colorado, home. Her purse, phone and keys went missing, but no other personal items were gone, prosecutors said Tuesday.Her body has still not been found.Frazee’s ex-girlfriend, Krystal Lee, said Frazee asked her last fall if she would poison Berreth’s favorite Starbucks drink. Frazee claimed Berreth should die because she was an abusive mother, Colorado Bureau of Investigation agent Gregg Slater said Tuesday as he testified for the prosecution at Frazee’s preliminary hearing.Frazee and Lee discussed potential drugs that were easy to access because Lee was a nurse, according to Slater.Lee said she bought a drink and gave it to Berreth, portraying herself as a new neighbor, but she did not put anything in the drink, Slater said.Frazee, 32, who was arrested in December for murder and solicitation to commit murder, has not entered a plea.On Dec. 6, two weeks after the disappearance, Berreth’s mother found blood in her daughter’s bathroom and noticed a missing bathmat, Slater said.Investigators did a luminol test (which detects blood) and found Berreth’s blood DNA profile in her bathroom, including on the toilet, trash can, floor, wall, door, town rack and part of the vanity, Slater said.Frazee’s attorney, however, noted that the blood was found in Berreth’s home by her own family days after cadaver dogs and police investigated the scene.Surveillance and phone evidence were also presented on Tuesday.Cameras from Berreth’s neighbor showed Berreth, Frazee and their baby at Berreth’s front door on Nov. 22, the day she disappeared, said Christopher Adams of the Woodland Park Police Department, who was called by prosecutors at the preliminary hearing.Frazee was seen also seen on surveillance video that day at a Woodland Park credit union drive through, Adams said. A baby carrier was visible in the car passenger seat and a black tote was in the back of the truck bed, Adams said. Prosecutors asked if that tote would play a significant role in what happened to Berreth, and Adams said yes.Prosecutors want Frazee’s mother to testify because they believe she witnessed Frazee destroy that bag.On Nov. 22, Berreth and Frazee’s phones pinged off a tower serving Berreth’s home, Adams testified.The next morning, Frazee called Berreth’s phone. At that time both phones pinged off the tower by Frazee’s home, indicating the phones were together, Adams told the court.Frazee’s attorney, Adam Steigerwald, attacked the phone evidence, asking how many cellphone towers were in the area.Steigerwald also stressed that there were hundreds of tips about sightings of Berreth.Lee, the former girlfriend, admitted in court this month to moving Berreth’s phone.Lee’s phone records showed her in Colorado on Nov. 24, Adams said Tuesday. On Nov. 25 Berreth’s phone traveled west, eventually reaching Idaho, where Lee lives. Records indicate Lee’s phone was traveling with Berreth’s phone, Adams testified.Lee pleaded guilty to one count of tampering with physical evidence.A judge has granted temporary custody of Frazee and Berreth’s 1-year-old daughter to Berreth’s parents, Cheryl and Darrell Berreth. The couple filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Frazee.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Do What Aussies DoMaster the game known “Down Under” as Test cricket. Turns out Aussies have been playing this ridiculously long version of cricket, which takes 5 days to play and a lifetime to master, since colonial (theirs, not ours) times. Go Back to SchoolLearn how to make your own moonshine in only 5 days at Moonshine University. Yes. Moonshine University. This seems like it should take a little longer to master. Head to the MoonIn five days you could take a rocket to the moon, see the dark side, and start to head home. Assuming you don’t get hit by a shower of satellite debris and wind up crying inside of a Chinese capsule in your underwear. Then it’s like, a lot longer. Restart Your BodyThe one and only Dr. Oz tells you how to restart your body! Diet-by-day with clever wordplay like “Twos-Day” and “Thirst-Day” are so amusing you will refrain from punching anyone who eats a cheeseburger in front of you in the face. Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Did you know that in only five days your bathroom could get a complete makeover, from start to finish, thanks to the skilled team at Alure Home Improvements? This is just one of the many specialties that has made Alure Home Improvements the most respected name in home improvement for decades. In case you’re on the fence about embarking on a remodeling project, here are a few other things you can do in five days.Hike Through the MountainsIn five days you could walk about 40 miles of the Appalachian Trail, with only 2,146 miles to go before you complete the total trek from Springer Mountain in Georgia’s Chattahoochee National Forest to Mount Katahdin in Maine’s Baxter State Park. You’ll need a backpack, cooking supplies, a compass, a Sherpa, gas generator, charging station, and a wi-fi booster. Sail to BostonIn five days you could sail from Oyster Bay to Boston with an overnight stopover in Block Island or Martha’s Vineyard. When you get to Boston make sure to wear your Yankees cap and say stuff like “Pahk your Cah in the Hahvahd Yahd.” They love that. Get FriendlyMake a friend in 5 days! This is real advice on a real website. Sigh. If you were tempted to visit this site (or actually did) perhaps 5 days out of your busy schedule is better spent asking yourself why you googled “how to make a friend.” Bike to D.C.In five days you could ride a bike from New York City to Washington, D.C., by cycling through Pennsylvania’s Amish areas and Maryland’s horse country. Or you could ride a horse around Central Park with a young Amish child on the back of it while stating the Pledge of Allegiance and sort of accomplish the same stuff in like half an hour. Now, how about remodeling that bathroom?Visit www.alure.com for more information.
NZ Herald 15 April 2016Family First Comment: So here’s a good commentary by NZ Herald columnist Paul Thomas rejecting people who argue for Genetic Sexual Attraction which is a poncy term for Incest. But here’s the interesting aspect – the same arguments rejecting incest could also be the basis of arguing against ‘gender’ ideology, same-sex marriage and polygamy. “The evidence that there’s such a thing as GSA is pretty thin…”“This is both self-diagnosis, hardly the most reliable scientific methodology, and self-serving…”“…since when did the scientific community let public opinion influence its areas of research?“…it seems a little reckless to push a “my DNA made me do it” line, even in unusual cases.”Does this make Paul Thomas an ‘incestophobe’?? …..Which brings us to incest or, as we now have to call it in certain cases, Genetic Sexual Attraction (GSA). GSA is the phenomenon of close relatives who meet for the first time as adults and can’t keep their hands off each other. As in Kim West (51) and her son Ben Ford (32) who have just unapologetically outed themselves as a couple. Briton West got pregnant at 19 while studying in California. She put her son up for adoption; 30 years passed. A couple of years ago Ford tracked her down and it was lust at first sight. Three days after they had sex for the first time, Ford told his wife he was leaving her for his mother. According to Charlotte Gill, the writer of a Daily Telegraph article that also appeared in the Herald, GSA is real, more widespread than we think and we’d better get used to it.Call me sceptical. That’s partly personal experience: my family emigrated from the UK when I was two and the best part of three decades elapsed before I met any aunts, uncles or cousins. When I did so, GSA was conspicuous by its absence. Without ever having discussed it with my sisters – for some reason the subject just never came up – I’m pretty sure the same goes for them. The evidence that there’s such a thing as GSA is pretty thin. The term was coined in the 1980s by American Barbara Gonyo who went weak at the knees when she was reunited with the son she’d given up for adoption. This is both self-diagnosis, hardly the most reliable scientific methodology, and self-serving. (Ford told a magazine, “This is not incest, it’s GSA.” Understandably: in Michigan, where he and his mother are shacked up, plain old incest is a crime punishable by life imprisonment.) Gill refers to a single study but glibly skates over the lack of scientific evidence: “There’s not a great deal of research into the area because who wants a PhD in incest?” How about anyone wanting to persuade us that incest has genetic origins?Besides, since when did the scientific community let public opinion influence its areas of research? Each year at Harvard University a committee including Nobel laureates hands out the “Ig Nobels” to scientists engaged in spectacularly frivolous or dubious research. Past winners include a team that explored the viability of a “gay bomb” that would cause enemy troops to become sexually attracted to each other. Gill insists that “those who succumb to GSA are not sickos or freaks but victims who desperately need help and understanding. Their feelings are not controllable.” This characterisation sits uneasily alongside the presentation of West and Ford’s story and their crowing about “incredible and mind-blowing sex”.And given the sordid, coercive and traumatising nature of most incest, it seems a little reckless to push a “my DNA made me do it” line, even in unusual cases.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=11622710
OA at Seton Catholic (5/7/19)OA 000 000 0 0 4 4SC 010 033 x 7 6 1For OA: Adam Huber 1-4, double; Andrew Oesterling 1-4, sb; Chris Hautman 0-2, bb; Michael Hoff 0-2, bb; Riley Schebler 1-3; Pros Moorman sb; Patrick Thompson 0-2, bb; Jordan Stenger 1-3.Andrew Oesterling 5 IP, 4 earned runs, 3 hits, 4 k, 6 bb, hbp-Loss; Riley Schebler .1 IP, 3 runs, 1 earned, 3 hits, 1 k, 2 bb; Hunter Sullivan .2 IP, 0 runs, 0 hits, bb.Varsity record: 12-6Courtesy of Twisters Coach Doug Behlmer.