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White American doesnt understand how our Black friends and family members are treated because they have never experienced the police abuse that Black Americans have themselves.
          Is police racial profiling a form of racism?
As most of America now knows, those pervasive doubts about the police mirror those of millions of other African-Americans. More than a year of turmoil over the deaths of unarmed blacks after encounters with the police in Ferguson, Mo., in Baltimore and elsewhere has sparked a national debate over how much racial bias skews law enforcement behavior, even subconsciously.
Documenting racial profiling in police work is devilishly difficult, because a multitude of factors — including elevated violent crime rates in many black neighborhoods — makes it hard to tease out evidence of bias from other influences. But an analysis by The New York Times of tens of thousands of traffic stops and years of arrest data in this racially mixed city of 280,000 uncovered wide racial differences in measure after measure of police conduct.
#racialprofiling #policebrutality #racism  

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Let's put everyone in prison, then we can all finally be safe. Except in the shower, damn stairstepper. 
For everyone saying that the kid's clock does look like a bomb, here's one of the first Apple computers

#IStandWithAhmed
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I work for them pro bono
Banks and Insurance Carriers Won't Work With Legal Marijuana Dispensaries

The owners of a newer medical marijuana dispensary said they are on pace to make millions of dollars in their first year of business, but they’re having no luck getting support from banks and insurance companies.

Medical marijuana is legal in San Diego, but dispensary owners said no bank or insurance company will back them.
(click on the article below to learn more)

#MedicalMarijuana   #marijuanalegalization  

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Have you ever as a juror considered voting Not Guilty even though you believed the law had been broken? Are you not sure about your options if you, as a juror, think that a law is unjust? Want to educate others with just a Like/Share/+1 about how to exercise #jurynullification when a just verdict requires it? With the generous help of numerous volunteers' reviews and suggestions, we have put together this infographic to help all jurors understand their option of conscientiously acquitting through #jurynullification. We have a couple more infographics in the works, so please let us know what you think of this one and how we can improve!
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"Hope is not the conviction that something will turn out well, but
 Fort Bend County Criminal Defense Lawyer
the certainty that something makes sense regardless of how it turns out.
 ~Vaclav Havel, Former Czech president, playwright and poet,

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GALVESTON COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTS INFORMATION:

Jack Roady

GALVESTON COUNTY

CRIMINAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY

GALVESTON COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE CENTER

600 59th Street, Suite 1001

GALVESTON TX 77551-4137

409-766-2355

OFFICE HOURS: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. MONDAY through FRIDAY

County Court One is a statutory county court-at-law with jurisdiction over criminal misdemeanor cases, family and juvenile matters, as well as civil lawsuits

The court is situated on the second floor of The Galveston County Justice Center.

Judge John Grady
600 59th Street, Suite 2304
Galveston, Texas 77551-4180
FAX (409) 765-2945

County Court Two is a statutory county court, with jurisdiction over criminal misdemeanor cases, family and juvenile matters, as well as civil lawsuits

The court is situated on the second floor of the Galveston County Justice Center

Judge Barbara Roberts
600 59th Street Suite 2204
Galveston, Texas 77551-4180
(409) 766-2405
FAX: (409) 795-3034
Houston (281) 316-8300 X 2405

County Court Three is a statutory county court, with jurisdiction over misdemeanor cases, family and juvenile matters, as well as civil cases.

The court is found on the second floor of The Galveston County Justice Center

Judge Christopher Dupuy

600 59th Street Suite 2205
Galveston, Texas 77551-4180
(409) 621-7920
Fax (409) 765-315410th Judicial District Court Honorable David Garner, Judge
56th Judicial District Court Honorable Lonnie Cox, Judge
122nd Judicial District Court Honorable John Ellisor, Judge
212th Judicial District Court Honorable Susan Criss, Judge
306th Judicial District Court Honorable Janis L. Yarbrough, Judge
405th Judicial District Court Honorable Wayne Mallia, Judge
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