Court Radio: New Methods of Fighting Gun Violence in Our Cities, tune in at 7 a.m. Sunday

Finding effective ways to sharply reduce gun violence in our cities is the aim of a national "CeaseFire" program that spread to Philadelphia last July. On “Court Radio” at 7 a.m. tomorrow, Sunday, Marla Davis Bellamy, the director of Ceasefire Philadelphia, the latest of 12 U.S. cities to host the effort, will be our special guest to talk about the program and how it is being used in one of the city's most dangerous police...

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Court Radio: Talking About PA’s Controversial New Voter ID Law – Should You Have To Show ID to Vote? Listen In 7 a.m. Sunday

When voting in elections in Pennsylvania in the past, all you needed to do was to show up at the polls, give a poll worker your name and address, and sign your signature on a voter registration list before getting your credentials to cast your ballot. Not anymore. As of last month, the Republican-led state Legislature passed a law that now requires voters to present a photo ID to prove their identity before being allowed...

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Court Radio: Dual Topics – Birth Injuries, and the Trayvon Martin Case, Self-Defense and “Stand Your Ground Laws.” Tune in at 7 a.m. Sunday

On “Court Radio” tomorrow on Sunday morning, join MyPhillyLawyer managing partner Dean Weitzman and his co-host David Rapoport as they tackle two issues in the news – birth injuries and the tragic case of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was gunned down in a Sanford, Fla., neighborhood one night last month as he walked home wearing a hoodie and carrying a bag of Skittles candy and a bottle of iced tea. Court Radio is broadcast live...

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‘Wrongful Birth” Cases Have No Easy Answers for Families or the Legal System

A Portland, Ore., couple was awarded $2.9 million earlier this month by an Oregon court after their daughter was born four years ago with Down syndrome following prenatal testing that failed to turn up the genetic abnormality. The couple sued after "doctors misdiagnosed their daughter as not having the condition," according to a story on ABCNews.go.com. "Ariel and Deborah Levy of Portland, Ore., filed a 'wrongful birth' lawsuit against Legacy Health System, claiming that they...

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Court Radio: A Tax Expert Explains How Debt Reduction Programs Can Affect Your 2011 Tax Returns, Listen In at 7 a.m. Sunday to Court Radio

Have you been laid off from a job for an extended time? Have mortgage companies, banks or credit card companies forgiven part of what you owe them? If so, here's what you need to know about how such debt forgiveness programs can affect your tax returns. That forgiven debt could be viewed as income and you might owe taxes on it. You've surely seen all those ads on television and in newspapers about "debt reduction"...

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Tickets Still Available for the March 10 Legal Q&A Session with MyPhillyLawyer’s Dean Weitzman at the “Praise 103.9 Inspiration & Music Conference”

We all have times when we wish we could call an experienced, helpful and professional lawyer to get a bit of sage advice to answer some of the vexing legal questions in life. Well wait no more. Instead, come to this Saturday's two-hour legal question and answer workshop with MyPhillyLawyer’s Dean Weitzman, the host of "Court Radio," at the upcoming “Praise 103.9 Inspiration & Music Conference” at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Center City Philadelphia....

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Join MyPhillyLawyer’s Dean Weitzman for a Legal Q&A Workshop at the March 10 “Praise 103.9 Inspiration & Music Conference”

MyPhillyLawyer’s Dean Weitzman, the host of "Court Radio," will be a guest speaker at a two-hour legal question and answer session next Saturday, March 10, where you can ask your legal questions and get sensible, professional and helpful advice. The session will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. at the upcoming “Praise 103.9 Inspiration & Music Conference” at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Center City Philadelphia. The entrance for the event is at Broad...

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On Court Radio at 7 am Sunday: A Criminal Law Guide with Special Guest, Philadelphia District Attorney R. Seth Williams

R. Seth Williams, Philadelphia's district attorney, will appear live on the weekly "Court Radio" show at 7 a.m. Sunday to discuss the city's recent efforts and initiatives to fight violent crime involving firearms. The program will discuss criminal law and some of the basic things that citizens need to know about the system of criminal justice in the Delaware Valley. One of the topics Williams will discuss is the city's new reward program that aims...

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MyPhillyLawyer’s Dean Weitzman to host two-hour legal call-in show Sunday on Praise 103.9 FM

If you'd like to ask a skilled personal injury attorney for advice on a legal question for free, then call in this Sunday, Feb. 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. when MyPhillyLawyer's Dean Weitzman will be a special guest on Philadelphia's Praise 103.9 FM radio. Weitzman, the managing partner of MyPhillyLawyer and the weekly host of WRNB 100.3 FM's "Court Radio" program is joining Praise 103.9 FM for a special two-hour radio Sunday night to...

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