Crimes & Courts

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The first Monday in October kicks of the new session of the U.S. Supreme Court. And when the court talks, people listen. But that wasn’t always the case. This hour we'll discuss the story of John Marshall, the man who devised a system that forced the government to recognize the judiciary as a partner in power in the United States.

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10:00 With prisons facing overcrowding and large racial disparities among inmates, a new move is afoot to amend mandatory minimum sentences. This hour, we'll examine the history and effectiveness of mandatory minimum sentencing and look at who is behind the movement to amend this system and where it might be headed. Guests

11:00 This is a special edition of All Sides... Ann will provide live coverage of the Supreme Court ruling on the constitutionality of President Obama's Affordable Care Act. Guests for this show will be announced at a later time.

10:00 This is a special edition of All Sides... Ann will provide live coverage of the Supreme Court ruling on the constitutionality of President Obama's Affordable Care Act. Guests for this show will be announced at a later time.

Alternative Approaches to Incarceration

Oct 25, 2010

Municipal specialty docket courts offer options besides jail time for some non-violent offenders, with Franklin County Municipal Court judges Paul Herbert and Scott VanDerKarr.

Sharon Davies is a law professor at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and the author of the book, Rising Road: A True Tale of Love, Race, and Religion in America about the supreme court trial over the murder of a Catholic priest in 1920s Birmingham, Alabama.

Women in Judicial and Legal Professions

Jul 8, 2010

Discussion of statistics and trends related to women in judicial and legal professions in Ohio, with Dayton Daily News reporter Mary McCarty and Ohio Supreme Court justice Maureen O’Connor.

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