Cam online – Cumming The Fragrance http://cummingthefragrance.com/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 10:33:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://cummingthefragrance.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-120x120.jpg Cam online – Cumming The Fragrance http://cummingthefragrance.com/ 32 32 Red light cameras in Sudbury, Ontario online today https://cummingthefragrance.com/red-light-cameras-in-sudbury-ontario-online-today/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 09:00:00 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/red-light-cameras-in-sudbury-ontario-online-today/ The City of Greater Sudbury’s six new red light cameras are active as of today, the City has confirmed. The registered owner of a vehicle that runs a red light at one of the six intersections will be fined $325. Since the cameras cannot determine who the driver is, no demerit points are awarded. Joe […]]]>

The City of Greater Sudbury’s six new red light cameras are active as of today, the City has confirmed.

The registered owner of a vehicle that runs a red light at one of the six intersections will be fined $325.

Since the cameras cannot determine who the driver is, no demerit points are awarded.

Joe Rocca, the city’s acting director of infrastructure and capital planning, said other municipalities equipped with cameras have seen a 25% reduction in angle collisions, when a vehicle collides with the driver or passenger side of another vehicle.

“And it’s not even just at the intersection where they’re installed, but nearby intersections where a red light camera is installed have been shown to have a reduction in collisions,” he said.

Rocca said the cameras only take pictures if someone goes through a red light. If the light is still yellow when someone crosses the intersection, but turns red halfway through, they will not receive a ticket.

He said, for example, that drivers who cross an intersection to make a left turn, but can only make that turn safely after the light has turned red, will not be ticketed.

The system is designed to track the speed of a vehicle and determine in advance whether it will be able to stop before a red light. If someone is driving too fast towards the intersection, the camera will take a first shot.

He’ll take a second photo when they’re halfway through the intersection, after going through a red light.

“With these two images and the vehicle speeds recorded, there is enough evidence to support an offense to say that a vehicle ran a red light when the traffic light changed from amber to red,” said Rocca.

This red light camera, located at the intersection of Paris Street and Cedar Street, is one of six located in Greater Sudbury. (Jonathan Migneault/CBC)

Greater Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger welcomed the news.

“There is nothing more important than the safety of our residents,” he said in a statement.

“Red-light cameras have been proven to reduce right-angle collisions at intersections. This important program will make our roads safer for everyone, and I look forward to seeing the results.

In an email to CBC News, Greater Sudbury Police Service Sgt. Blair Ramsay said road safety is a shared commitment and police are working closely with the city to address issues.

“Motorists are reminded to plan ahead when traveling to reduce the desire to speed on our roads,” Ramsay said.

“Give yourself plenty of time to get to your destination, slow down, observe speed limits, leave space between you and the vehicle in front of you, and never drive a vehicle while intoxicated. We want Everyone arrives safely.”

Red light cameras are located at the following intersections in Greater Sudbury:

  • Rue de Paris at Rue des Cèdres
  • Regent Street to Loach’s and Algonquin Roads
  • Municipal Route 80 at Dominion Drive
  • Boulevard Lasalle to Avenue Montrose
  • Paris Street at Centennial Drive
  • Boulevard Lasalle to Avenue Roy
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Stoney Creek Taro Landfill took soil from contaminated Kenilworth Reservoir https://cummingthefragrance.com/stoney-creek-taro-landfill-took-soil-from-contaminated-kenilworth-reservoir/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 09:03:22 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/stoney-creek-taro-landfill-took-soil-from-contaminated-kenilworth-reservoir/ The city sent almost two-thirds of the contaminated soil removed during the rehabilitation of the Kenilworth Access reservoir to GFL’s Taro industrial landfill in upper Stoney Creek – a fact omitted from a June press release celebrating the completion of the work. Taro manager Lorenzo Alfano revealed his landfill had taken up “most” of 13,270 […]]]>
Most of the contaminated soil removed from the Kenilworth Access reservoir site went to the Taro landfill, seen here in a photo from a March 2018 open house by former owner Terrapure.

The city sent almost two-thirds of the contaminated soil removed during the rehabilitation of the Kenilworth Access reservoir to GFL’s Taro industrial landfill in upper Stoney Creek – a fact omitted from a June press release celebrating the completion of the work.

Taro manager Lorenzo Alfano revealed his landfill had taken up “most” of 13,270 cubic meters of soil in response to concerns raised by a citizen member of the site’s Community Liaison Committee at its quarterly meeting on 12 september.

The city council voted in November 2020 to have the soil removed after tests revealed it contained benzo(a)pyrene, a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon linked to cancer.

Contacted after the CLC meeting, the city confirmed that 8,566 cubic meters of soil had gone to Taro, with the rest being transported to another GFL site in Toronto.

Alfano pointed out that the soil, which included slag from the steel industry, met all of Taro’s acceptance criteria to be classified as non-hazardous solid waste before disposal there.

“This material has been rigorously tested. There was a third-party professional engineering consultant on site,” Alfano said during the CLC online meeting.

“There is a level that makes it dangerous, then below that level the criteria allow it to be non-dangerous,” he said. “We only take non-hazardous materials.”

Citizen member Jeff Isowa had questioned Taro’s receipt of the soil, citing articles from the Hamilton Spectator about the council’s decision to spend $3.3 million to remove it from the top of the reservoir, built in 1964, as part of of a $6.8 million rehabilitation project.

Although he incorrectly suggested the stories called the soil ‘dangerous’ – they said it was ‘contaminated’ – he said the council’s decision to remove it from the reservoir site appeared to reflect concerns about potential impacts on people, plants and wildlife.

“You’re just moving the problem from one area to another. That’s what it seemed to me,” Isowa said.

Michael Durst, district supervisor for the Department of Environment’s Hamilton District Office, said he didn’t have full details on the soil removal, but the waste had to pass a leachate toxicity test to go to Taro.

“Non-hazardous doesn’t mean that all the waste that comes in (to Taro) is contaminant-free,” he said. “They’re just at a level that isn’t deemed necessary to go into what would be considered a hazardous waste landfill.”

Upper Stoney Creek County Brad Clark said the city hired an independent company to test the soil and was told it would go to a non-hazardous landfill.

“There was a potential risk, albeit minimal, because the water tank is a sealed facility,” he said of the decision to remove the floor. “I am not aware of any test indicating that it was a hazardous or toxic material.”

Isowa said the answers “clarified” how the ground ended up in Taro.

“But still, as an outside member of the community, when you read stuff like that, things don’t add up without that kind of explanation,” he said.

Earlier in the meeting, Alfano told the CLC that liner construction for the landfill expansion to Green Mountain Road saw the site exceed provincial one-hour guidelines for fine dust particles 33 times in June, July and August.

He said the dry conditions and the construction’s proximity to the site’s only dust monitor were contributing factors.

For a second consecutive meeting, the CLC postponed consideration of a request to host an open house to address parents’ concerns about the proximity of the dump to the new school being built at the corner of Green Mountain and First West Road.

Councilor Cam Galindo, who made the request in March, was unable to attend due to a school board meeting being held at the same time, so the matter will now come before the next CLC meeting on December 12. .

Galindo will no longer be a director by then as he is not seeking re-election this fall.


STORY BEHIND THE STORY: We attended the September 12 CLC meeting to keep abreast of community concerns regarding the Taro dump.

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Where Do Palo Alto City Council Candidates Stand On Crime, Police | New https://cummingthefragrance.com/where-do-palo-alto-city-council-candidates-stand-on-crime-police-new/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 14:45:35 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/where-do-palo-alto-city-council-candidates-stand-on-crime-police-new/ Election season is in full swing in Palo Alto, where campaign signs are increasingly visible throughout the city. To help local voters with their decision at the polls, the weekly asked the seven candidates for this year’s city council to complete questionnaires about their qualifications, their vision for the city and their priorities should they […]]]>

Election season is in full swing in Palo Alto, where campaign signs are increasingly visible throughout the city.

To help local voters with their decision at the polls, the weekly asked the seven candidates for this year’s city council to complete questionnaires about their qualifications, their vision for the city and their priorities should they be elected. They also explained their position on housing, climate change, railroad crossings, policing and crime, among other topics.

Candidate responses on all of these topics will be published as separate articles, one per day, until September 19. Here’s what they had to say when asked: What are your biggest concerns about crime and how the city’s police department operates?

A rise in outright street crime has many members of the community on edge. At the same time, not everyone feels safe calling the police. Council budgets should invest in and support a new and improved police force that is embraced by the community.

New ways of deploying officers that are more effective in preventing crime need to be evaluated and implemented. We also need to assess better options for attracting and retaining a diverse, high-quality public safety workforce. We know we are losing recruits and current officers to other jurisdictions. In previous budget cuts, the police lost all traffic patrols, specialist units and some senior officers.

Additionally, we need to assess and build on initial progress in changing police arrest procedures (“8 Can’t Wait”), retraining officers to address racial bias, and adding staff” civilian” for tasks better managed with skills different from those sworn. agents – notably the PERT (Psychiatric Emergency Response Team) to manage mental health situations. This cultural reform is critically important, but not easy to achieve. The council and the public need transparency and regular updates from the new police chief – and the independent police auditor – to ensure that everything is progressing successfully.

The leader will come under scrutiny both for the changes put in place and for the performance of the department. I believe we have chosen an innovative and competent leader in the person of Chief of Police Andrew Binder. He has been bold in week one by reversing the controversial practice of encrypting police communications and he’s committed to deepening community engagement with residents, going beyond ‘business as usual’. and innovating.

The national and local response to the murder of George Floyd has been a painfully belated acknowledgment of what black and brown people have always faced at the hands of law enforcement and civilian vigilantes. As the mother of a black (albeit multiracial) son, I feared for his life as he came of age in Palo Alto.

I discussed this and other issues with former Chief Dennis Burns. I also had a good short chat about race with Chef Andrew Binder. I appreciate the extensive research that went into appointing Chief Binder, and I want the city to continue to pay the same level of attention to hiring, training and promotion with respect to the rest of police forces.

I also want our city leaders, whether elected, hired or appointed, to stop avoiding talking about race. You cannot change what you will not name. For example, I attended the council meeting where Binder was officially confirmed and noticed that no one in the room mentioned black people and instead several speakers danced around the topic.

Along the same lines, we should enforce mandatory unconscious bias training for all first responders and create a system to track and evaluate demographics showing who officers are stopping and why, and who neighbors are complaining about. and why.

Also, since there is ample evidence that canine units attack people of color at a much higher rate, we should either remove canine units or keep them just for drug searches.

Finally, I met the PERT team and am excited about this opportunity for law enforcement to increase their ability to help and reduce their ability to harm. I would support allocating funds to increase PERT 4x so we can have a PERT answer any time of the day, any day of the week.

Our community is concerned about recent reports of crimes such as catalytic converter theft, package theft, and jewelry theft that occurred while the victims were sitting in their cars or walking around. I have spoken to many residents who want an increased police presence in their neighborhood.

We still have work to do in our police service on the use of force. The Independent Police Auditor’s most recent report suggests several recommendations regarding K-9 protocols, body-worn cameras and incident reviews.

I am hopeful that our new Chief of Police, Andrew Binder, is working on these and other issues. I also support the City’s Psychiatric Crisis Response Team (PERT), which pairs a mental health professional with a police officer to respond to calls from someone in mental distress.

The police department’s staff has been reduced during the pandemic due to budget shortfalls. I support the proposed business tax, which will be on the November ballot, and which will provide funds for public safety, including police department staffing.

I believe Palo Alto’s biggest crime concerns are violent crime in our downtown areas, property crime in our residential neighborhoods including property theft, burglary, car break-ins and theft of vehicle parts such as catalytic converters, and hate crimes. We hear more and more about it.

Our police service must operate in a way that serves the community by addressing these concerns in an accountable, transparent, impartial and accountable manner. Recently, the department began partnering with complementary programs such as PERT (Psychiatric Emergency Response Team) to respond to calls involving mental health issues with a trained mental health clinician alongside the police officer. I approve of this approach because it will defuse these situations and avoid criminalizing mental health or behavioral problems. Additionally, de-escalating these situations will reduce needed police resources, freeing up law enforcement and increasing their availability to tackle violent crime and property crime.

I have been concerned with ensuring that our police act in a culturally competent and impartial manner, especially with the rise in Asian hate crimes and in the wake of the murder of George Floyd. To address this issue, I support ongoing diversity training for law enforcement personnel, with an emphasis on identifying hate crimes and how to properly investigate them.

I was also concerned about the police department’s use of encrypted communications, and I support Chief Binder’s decision to use unencrypted communication channels, despite state law allowing the continued use of encryption technologies. encryption.

I want to see public safety spending and staffing restored to at least pre-Covid levels. People need to feel safe at home, in shops and restaurants. We need to recruit new officers and better retain those we have. I have seen a number of improvements in police administration, such as the PERT program which helps support the police by having medical professionals accompany officers to deal with encounters with people with mental health issues . I support increasing the frequency of independent audits of police accountability and the use of force. A factual understanding of departmental performance is an important step towards continuous improvement.

I had a conversation this week with Andrew Binder, the new police chief, who says we need to restore public safety to our city by hiring the right police personnel (we now have nine openings) and using more technology (potentially license plate readers if these are community-approved). Andrew pointed out that removing radio encryption to restore public access to communications is getting nothing but positive feedback from community members, and I’m glad to hear that.

The posts I see on Nextdoor and the comments I get from downtown business owners are just depressing, and it needs to stop. I interacted with AP police and Menlo police when my son’s bike was stolen last fall, and I felt like I was alone. We were told to file a police report, and we did. But as we discovered that our bike was being sold online, I contacted the police again and let them know that the thief was also selling dozens of other bikes. The police story hasn’t changed: “We can’t do anything if you don’t have the serial number, and your bike is about $600 anyway, so we can’t arrest that person even if we prove this is your bike.” In response, I walked to the seller’s house myself and called the police on my way, repeatedly asking them to send a officer. They spent days explaining why they couldn’t help instead of just spending two minutes getting the bike back. The officer brought me back, with the bike on the police car too, and we discussed the challenges of the department, which was really understaffed. I don’t want other community members to have similar experiences. We just need to improve our public safety.

Growing up in Palo Alto, I always felt like it was a safe city, and a lot of it still is. Recently, however, there has been an increase in property crime due to a police department operating at less than full capacity. We need to give the police service the resources it needs to return to full capacity.

Check back on Palo Alto Online tomorrow for the candidates’ perspective on another city issue.

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South Carolina Basketball: Cam Scott Recruiting Update https://cummingthefragrance.com/south-carolina-basketball-cam-scott-recruiting-update/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/south-carolina-basketball-cam-scott-recruiting-update/ The South Carolina basketball program continues its quest for the state’s Class of 2024 guard, Cam Scott. Gamecock coach Lamont Paris traveled to Lexington High on Sunday to watch the rising junior and his teammates practice. Sept. 9 was the first day Division I coaches were allowed face-to-face contact with rookies. “Coach Paris got away […]]]>

The South Carolina basketball program continues its quest for the state’s Class of 2024 guard, Cam Scott.

Gamecock coach Lamont Paris traveled to Lexington High on Sunday to watch the rising junior and his teammates practice. Sept. 9 was the first day Division I coaches were allowed face-to-face contact with rookies.

“Coach Paris got away with it but it was good. We had conversations. I could sit down and chat with him. It was pretty deep conversations,” Scott said Wednesday after his team played the first Glymph Fall League night at Cardinal Newman.” We talked about life, the Gamecock vibe and being in Colombia for any kind of gaming event, especially football, because they just played their first home game.”

Scott is considered South Carolina’s top prospect for the Class of 2024 by 247Sports and On3. The On3 Consensus rankings place Scott at 27th in the nation, and 247Sports Composite places him at 32nd.

Scott was proposed by former USC coach Frank Martin, and Paris continued that recruitment when he took over in April. Gamecock coaches attended all of Scott’s and Team United’s games at Peach Jam in July.

Scott said he hears from South Carolina coaches several times a week. Assistant coach Eddie Shannon is Scott’s main scout with Paris.

“He’s a really great guy and I’m starting to understand why a lot of these four and five stars from across the state are coming in and learning from him,” Scott said of Paris. “He has this friendly environment but he wants you to improve. It’s the same with the staff. They want you to be the best every day, but they’re all having fun with you.

Scott attended USC Football’s home opener against Georgia State as a fan, but will return to campus next month for his official visit on Oct. 22. He will attend the Texas A&M football game as part of this visit.

“Since it’s so close and I’ve been around the facility before, it’ll be more like everyday life,” Scott said of his official visit. “So I’ll probably catch up with some of the players, maybe hang out with GG (Jackson), to see what a day in the life of a Gamecock looks like.”

The Gamecocks were able to land Jackson, the highest ranked player in the Class of 2023. The Ridge View standout was reclassified to the Class of 2022 and is now a USC freshman. Jackson actively tried to obtain other high-end products from the state to play with the Gamecocks.

Scott said Jackson reached out to him recently.

The Gamecocks aren’t the only school after Scott. Some of its other offerings include North Carolina, Oregon, Florida State, Tennessee, Auburn, LSU, Missouri, Wake Forest, and Virginia Tech.

Scott plans to make an official state visit to Florida on October 1, followed by an unofficial visit to Tennessee on October 15. There’s a chance he’ll make a visit to Auburn before his season starts in November. He attended an “elite camp” in Auburn during the summer.

Alabama, Auburn and Tennessee have all asked to come see Scott in the coming week, according to Lexington coach Elliott Pope.

The 6-foot-5 Scott averaged 21.1 points, 5.9 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 2.5 steals per game for Lexington as a sophomore and earned his second all-state honor. He attended the NBA Top 100 camp during the summer.

Outlook in the State

A look at some of South Carolina’s top basketball prospects in the state:

Class of 2023

Jordan Butler, Christ Church – USC Official Visit August 19

Coen Carr, Legacy Early College – Committed to Michigan State

Arden Conyers, Westwood — Committed to USC

Collin Murray-Boyles Columbia native playing at Wasatch Academy) – Committed to USC

Class of 2024

Elijah Crawford, Legacy Early College — Unofficial Visit September 17

KJ Greene (Colombia native playing at Pace Academy in Georgia) – Unofficial visit September 17

RAdm Scott, Lexington — Official visit October 22

Lou Bezjak is the High School Athletic Readiness Coordinator for State (Columbia) and Island Packet (Hilton Head). He previously worked at the Florence Morning News and has covered high school sports in South Carolina since 2002. Lou is a two-time South Carolina Sports Writer of the Year by the National Sports Media Association.
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Will federal appeals courts continue to livestream their arguments after the pandemic? https://cummingthefragrance.com/will-federal-appeals-courts-continue-to-livestream-their-arguments-after-the-pandemic/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 09:01:55 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/will-federal-appeals-courts-continue-to-livestream-their-arguments-after-the-pandemic/ In 2020, amid fears that any in-person meeting would spread the coronavirus, many federal courts began meeting online, streaming audio of oral arguments for the first time. These included the Supreme Court, nine of the 13 federal appeals courts, and more than a dozen district courts. At least some members of Congress have taken notice. […]]]>

In 2020, amid fears that any in-person meeting would spread the coronavirus, many federal courts began meeting online, streaming audio of oral arguments for the first time. These included the Supreme Court, nine of the 13 federal appeals courts, and more than a dozen district courts.

At least some members of Congress have taken notice. Two House members sent letters to circuit courts asking if they would continue to livestream when the pandemic ends. In response, the U.S. Courts Administrative Office wrote that “all but one of the appellate courts have indicated that they will consider continuing to stream oral argument live after the pandemic ends or have already decided to do so.”

This suggests that, for some federal appeals courts, live streaming has brought benefits. Circuit judges, however, have embraced technological innovations for decades, including live streaming and videotaping of oral arguments: United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit. Its trajectory could offer lessons for other courts as they decide what to do this fall, potentially offering citizens insight into how these intermediate appellate courts – whose decisions are final in nearly all federal cases – work. of a call.

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The 9th Circuit’s Path to Live Video

In a recent press release, the 9th Circuit, which covers most of the western United States, explained its status as a technological innovator. He began offering previously recorded oral arguments via a YouTube channel from 2010; broadcast live some important cases from 2012; and live video of all normal pleadings beginning in January 2015. As early as 1991, the 9th Circuit allowed media to request the ability to bring still or video cameras into the courtroom for civil cases.

Research reveals that state courts are learning from each other’s experiences with technological innovations. In the federal court system, the willingness to cite the opinions of other appellate courts—which are not precedents that other appellate courts are required to follow—suggests that they also learn from each other.

In a forthcoming article, my co-author and I find that 9th Circuit appellate judges were previously selective about the public image they presented. In the courts of appeal, colleges of three judges hear the oral arguments presented by the lawyers. From 1991 to 2005, when a media outlet requested the ability to cover a case with video cameras, judges were more likely to deny such requests when panel members disagreed with each other on the law and politics.

All Courts of Appeal livestreamed during the pandemic, but not in the same way

The 9th Circuit is notable for its size and the high rate at which the Supreme Court overturns its decisions. Nevertheless, other courts that attempt greater transparency may, like the 9th, be willing to dive deeper into time.

Even before the pandemic, different appellate courts took different paths. Three had already experimented with live audio streaming: the 2nd, 4th and DC circuits. As the pandemic subsided, an appeals court, the 11th, has already stopped the live broadcast.

Several appeals courts have turned to YouTube during the pandemic. According to data compiled by Fix the Court, nearly all appeals courts have hosted live audio streams on YouTube, and five – the 4th, 5th, 7th, 9th and DC Circuits – still keep recordings on YouTube for viewing. later. This is a major change from only a few appeal courts having YouTube pages in March 2020.

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Research shows benefits and risks of transparency

A basic argument in favor of transparency is that live streaming of the pleadings gives Americans a better understanding of what is happening in a courtroom. Live streaming should increase the amount of information people have about the courts. Citizens’ knowledge of facts about federal courts is low, although researchers disagree on the precise level. Even if citizens did not follow oral arguments themselves, journalists could on their behalf, providing better reporting on the legal content of cases. This would be particularly useful for television journalists, who report less legal content than print journalists. Being able to use audio or video hosted online – and therefore allow the public to hear from judges or lawyers, rather than journalists summarizing their discussions – could allow TV reporters to better inform their viewers.

Informed citizens are important for several reasons. More aware citizens should be more likely to notice if a court strays too far from public opinion. Federal judges are not running for re-election, but research shows that federal judges are susceptible to pressure from Congress. Well-informed citizens can send a signal, through Congress, to a court that it is irrelevant.

The Supreme Court has changed its doctrine on religious discrimination

Research also shows that citizens’ knowledge of the federal courts and their attitudes are linked. High-profile cases, such as those involving Hillary Clinton and Michael Flynn, can attract tens of thousands of streamers. This audience hears the facts of these cases and, more broadly, learns about the role and function of the appellate court. A study of 18 national courts showed that the more a person knows about a court, the more they consider that court to be legitimate. Knowledge and legitimacy become linked because when people pay attention to the courts, they also see or hear things that portray judges as different from politicians. When audio is broadcast live, this effect can occur when a listener hears judges repeatedly calling “your honor”.

Some argue that listening to or watching judges at work could damage their reputation for being above politics. When citizens view the courts as political, they begin to view them as less legitimate.

Perhaps that’s why, in our research, we found that 9th Circuit appellate panels are less likely to allow cameras in the courtroom when their views on the law and politics are far apart. The judges may have initially worried that their differences would be interpreted as political – a fear that appears to have dissipated.

It is too early to say for sure how the views of appellate judges on transparency have changed. Based on how several appeals courts are now embracing YouTube, it seems likely that some will maintain their current transparent practices even after the national emergency ends. For those who continue, and perhaps even embrace new innovations like live video, the downstream benefits of live streaming could be important to understanding federal courts.

Christopher D. KromphardtPhD, (@cdkromp) is Head of Education Support Services at the University of Iowa Center for Public Policy, whose research focuses on judicial behavior, public opinion, and blended learning.

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Samsung’s “Big TV Festival” becomes more important than ever in this festive season; Get never-before-assured freebies, cashback, and more https://cummingthefragrance.com/samsungs-big-tv-festival-becomes-more-important-than-ever-in-this-festive-season-get-never-before-assured-freebies-cashback-and-more/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 09:42:59 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/samsungs-big-tv-festival-becomes-more-important-than-ever-in-this-festive-season-get-never-before-assured-freebies-cashback-and-more/ Get Galaxy S22 Ultra on select Neo QLED TVs; Galaxy A32, Galaxy A03, Samsung SlimFit Cam on select 55″+ TVs Consumers can get their favorite Samsung TVs with easy EMI options from INR 990 and up to 20% Cash Back until 31 October 2022 Big TV Festival offers are applicable at all major retail stores […]]]>

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Neo QLED 8K TVs feature Quantum Matrix Technology Pro (with Quantum Mini LED) and Adaptive Light Control for sharper details with improved contrast. With 1/40th the normal LED size, the Quantum Mini LED allows for better brightness with deepest colors and blacks and reduces blooming in the image.

Neo QLED TVs

Samsung’s excellent range of Neo QLED TVs are designed to be more than just a TV. It can be a game console, a virtual playground, a smart hub to control your home, and your perfect partner to improve your efficiency. Neo QLED TVs feature Quantum Matrix technology powered by mini Quantum LEDs, which are 40 times smaller than regular LEDs. It provides an enhanced luminance scale to precisely control screen brightness. That’s not all; these TVs also support Dolby Atmos with Q-Symphony and Object Tracking Sound Pro (OTS Pro) for the ultimate 3D surround sound home theater experience. It comes with a built-in IoT hub that lets you control all your smart devices. With the SlimFit camera, you can also make video calls with your TV.

Crystal 4K UHD TVs

Samsung 4K UHD TVs offer distinctive features through the integration, consumption and interaction of television in the daily lives of its consumers. Driven by Crystal technology, Samsung UHD TVs aim to deliver colors with unrivaled levels of sharpness and contrast. With a host of features like Crystal 4K display, video calling, Smart IoT Hub, adaptive sound, touch view, screen mirroring and lag-free gaming, these TVs allow consumers to enjoy enhanced picture quality and superior content consumption capabilities.

Samsung QLED TVs

Samsung QLED TV breaks new ground in premium TVs and home entertainment, delivering a beautiful design backed by the most advanced picture quality and powered by Quantum Dot technology that optimizes TV brightness levels and delivers brighter colors. vivid and deeper to deliver the visual experience creators intended. . QLED TVs also feature Object Tracking Sound (OTS) and Active Voice Amplifier (AVA) for an unparalleled cinematic experience at home.

You can connect the SlimFit camera to your QLED TV to make video calls. Easy on your eyes, it comes with EyeComfort mode which automatically adjusts screen brightness and tone based on built-in sensors.

Offering “100% color volume”, the QLED TV presents all the colors of the DCI-P3 color space, regardless of the different brightness levels, ensuring that HDR images can be viewed in the way desired by the content producer.

The Frame TV

Incredibly stunning, The Frame TV comes with customizable bezels and a matte screen. You can select different bezel colors to complement your surroundings and organize your art collection from a growing library of over 1,400 artworks.

The setting is not only beautiful; it delivers superior picture quality with QLED technology that enables lifelike colors, enhanced contrast and crisp detail with 100% color volume for exceptional picture quality. The frame also comes with Samsung’s Quantum Dot technology, a powerful Quantum 4K processor, 4K AI upscaling capabilities, and SpaceFit Sound which automatically optimizes sound settings after analyzing your room environment.

free style

Despite its compact size, the Freestyle projector is packed with features that one would see in larger projectors. These include autofocus and auto keystone correction, both of which give the projector its advertised freedom. To allow users to move around on a daily basis, the Freestyle has been designed to be lightweight, weighing only 0.8 kg. When not used as a spotlight, it can provide a mood lighting effect with its ambient mode and translucent lens cap. It comes in a sleek cylindrical shape that looks like a mix of a projector and a smart speaker, and the overall design makes it a versatile device that can fit into any user’s diverse lifestyle.

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The NRPS is investigating the summer street shooting in Niagara Falls. – Update 1 https://cummingthefragrance.com/the-nrps-is-investigating-the-summer-street-shooting-in-niagara-falls-update-1/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 17:51:46 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/the-nrps-is-investigating-the-summer-street-shooting-in-niagara-falls-update-1/ Update 1 – September 7, 2022 The investigation into the Niagara Falls night shooting incident remains active and ongoing. The male victim, who had been transported from the area, remains in hospital in serious condition. There is no new information on the suspect vehicle. There remains an increased police presence in the area of ​​the […]]]>

Update 1 – September 7, 2022

The investigation into the Niagara Falls night shooting incident remains active and ongoing.

The male victim, who had been transported from the area, remains in hospital in serious condition.

There is no new information on the suspect vehicle.

There remains an increased police presence in the area of ​​the shooting. Members of the Niagara Regional Police Department’s K9 Unit and Emergency Work Unit will be in the area conducting ground searches for evidence. Detectives will also scour the area.

Detectives have reason to believe it was not a random incident.

Anyone who witnessed this incident or has information is asked to call detectives at 905-688-4111, option 3, ext. 1009535.

Members of the public who wish to provide information anonymously may contact Niagara Crime Stoppers online or by calling 1-800-222-8477. Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards to people who contact the program with information leading to an arrest.

Click here for Online Crime Stoppers

Anyone (residents or businesses) in the area with closed circuit security cameras, doorbell video cameras or dash cams are asked to review their footage for suspicious activity for the time period between 12:30 a.m. and 1:38 a.m. September 7, 2022.

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Original release – September 7, 2022 – 03:39

On September 7, 2022, at approximately 1:38 a.m., Niagara Falls District 2 uniformed officers of the Niagara Regional Police Service were called to report a shooting in Niagara Falls.

Officers arrived at the scene on Summer Street near Main Street in Niagara Falls. Officers located an injured man lying in the street with multiple gunshot wounds. The male victim in his 20s was treated at the scene by Niagara Emergency Medical Service paramedics and transported to a local hospital. He was later airlifted to an out-of-area trauma hospital for further treatment in critical condition.

Officers’ initial investigation determined that a possible black sport utility vehicle and a possible black sedan were seen leaving the area of ​​the shooting at high speed.

2 district detectives and detectives from the forensic services unit were assigned to the investigation. The active investigation is in its early stages.

Anyone who witnessed this incident or has information is asked to call detectives at 905-688-4111, option 3, ext. 1009535.

Members of the public who wish to provide information anonymously may contact Niagara Crime Stoppers online or by calling 1-800-222-8477. Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards to people who contact the program with information leading to an arrest.

Click here for Online Crime Stoppers

Anyone (residents or businesses) in the area with closed circuit security cameras, doorbell video cameras or dash cams are asked to review their footage for suspicious activity for the time period between 12:30 a.m. and 1:38 a.m. September 7, 2022.

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US Open 2022 live stream: How to watch tennis online from anywhere – Nadal, Swiatek and Alcaraz in action on Day 8 https://cummingthefragrance.com/us-open-2022-live-stream-how-to-watch-tennis-online-from-anywhere-nadal-swiatek-and-alcaraz-in-action-on-day-8/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 14:07:06 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/us-open-2022-live-stream-how-to-watch-tennis-online-from-anywhere-nadal-swiatek-and-alcaraz-in-action-on-day-8/ Embrace the chaos while it lasts. The US Open quarter-finals are almost set, but a few notable names have yet to book their spots, including Rafael Nadal, Iga Swiatek and Carlos Alcaraz. It’s going to be a whirlwind day, so read on to find out how to watch a US Open 2022 live stream from […]]]>

Embrace the chaos while it lasts. The US Open quarter-finals are almost set, but a few notable names have yet to book their spots, including Rafael Nadal, Iga Swiatek and Carlos Alcaraz. It’s going to be a whirlwind day, so read on to find out how to watch a US Open 2022 live stream from anywhere – including ways to watch tennis absolutely FREE.

Nadal has the chance to join Nick Kyrgios and Matteo Berrettini, but he will have to retire for every point against Frances Tiafoe. Swiatek, meanwhile, takes on breakout star Jule Niemeier, while No. 21 seed Petra Kvitová takes on No. 8 seed Jessica Pegula, No. 7 seed Cam Norrie meets No. No. 9 seed Andrey Rublev and No. 3 seed Alcaraz take on No. .15 seed Marin Cilic.

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Jefferson leads Razorbacks to season-opening win over No. 23 Cincinnati https://cummingthefragrance.com/jefferson-leads-razorbacks-to-season-opening-win-over-no-23-cincinnati/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 23:26:15 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/jefferson-leads-razorbacks-to-season-opening-win-over-no-23-cincinnati/ FAYETTEVILLE — Before Saturday, the Arkansas football team had beaten a ranked opponent only once in a first season. Now he has doubled that total. The 19th-ranked Razorbacks defeated No. 23 Cincinnati 31-24 in front of a reported crowd of 74,751 at Reynolds Razorback Stadium in one of college football’s showpiece games of Week 1. […]]]>

FAYETTEVILLE — Before Saturday, the Arkansas football team had beaten a ranked opponent only once in a first season.

Now he has doubled that total.

The 19th-ranked Razorbacks defeated No. 23 Cincinnati 31-24 in front of a reported crowd of 74,751 at Reynolds Razorback Stadium in one of college football’s showpiece games of Week 1.

Arkansas quarterback KJ Jefferson scored four touchdowns and the Razorbacks defense put up two scoring passes with turnovers.

Jefferson’s 15-yard touchdown in the first quarter came three plays after a 51-yard interception return by Dwight McGlothern at the Cincinnati 29. Jefferson got a pancake block from receiver Matt Landers near the goal line and ran to the end zone untouched to give Arkansas a 7-0 lead.

In the fourth quarter, Jordan Domineck sacked Cincinnati quarterback Ben Bryant and recovered the fumble at 49 for the Bearcats. That set up a 32-yard touchdown pass from Jefferson to tight end Trey Knox two plays later that put the Razorbacks ahead 31-17 with 9:26 remaining.

Jefferson completed 18 of 26 passes for 223 yards and 3 touchdowns, and rushed 18 times for 62 yards and 1 touchdown. He converted two third downs with his legs in Arkansas’ last practice that lasted nearly six minutes and froze the game.

Cincinnati shot 31-24 on a 15-yard touchdown pass from Bryant to Leonard Taylor with 5:49 left. The Bearcats bottled running back Raheim “Rocket” Sanders on the first two plays of Arkansas’ next drive, but Jefferson rushed for 14 yards on third-and-9 to extend possession. Three plays later, Jefferson rushed for six yards on third-and-second.

The Razorbacks beat the Bearcats 447-436, including 224-111 on the ground.

Sanders carried 20 times for 117 yards to lead Arkansas’ rushing game. Knox was the leading receiver with 7 catches for 75 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Bryant completed 26 of 43 passes for 325 yards and 2 touchdowns in his first start for the Bearcats, but also had several knockdowns when receivers were behind the Arkansas secondary.

Cincinnati kicker Ryan Coe missed two field goals in the first half after Arkansas took the lead. The second miss, 48 ​​yards, gave the Razorbacks possession with 1:14 left in the second quarter, and Jefferson engineered a 7-play, 70-yard drive that culminated in a 5-yard touchdown pass to Knox that put Arkansas ahead 14-0 at halftime.

The Bearcats scored on their first drive of the third quarter, capped off with a 5-yard touchdown by Corey Kiner to cut the deficit to 14-7.

The Razorbacks responded with their own 75-yard touchdown that ended with a 19-yard pass from Jefferson to Jadon Haselwood.

Cincinnati shot 21-14 on a 35-yard touchdown pass from Bryant to Nick Mardner with 6:50 left in the third quarter. The Bearcats twice targeted Arkansas cornerback LaDarrius Bishop on the drive and completed both passes for 65 yards against him.

It looked like Cincinnati might tie the game when Jefferson fumbled near his goal line on the next practice, but four pre-snap penalties backed the Bearcats up and they settled for a 26-yard field goal by Coe.

Cam Little threw a 32-yard field goal for the Razorbacks with 1:28 left in the third quarter to extend the lead to 24-17.

Arkansas beat a ranked opponent in the season opener for the first time since 1974, when the Razorbacks beat No. 5 Southern Cal 22-7 at Little Rock. Arkansas was playing a game between ranked opponents in Fayetteville for the first time in program history.

The Razorbacks are scheduled to host South Carolina next Saturday at 11 a.m.

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NYPD Body Cam footage shows woman intervening in arrest and being punched by officer – Crime Online https://cummingthefragrance.com/nypd-body-cam-footage-shows-woman-intervening-in-arrest-and-being-punched-by-officer-crime-online/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 23:17:09 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/nypd-body-cam-footage-shows-woman-intervening-in-arrest-and-being-punched-by-officer-crime-online/ Body camera footage shows different angles of an encounter between a New York City police officer and a woman who came to an arrest in Harlem on Wednesday. The incident was seen on cellphone footage right after the incident. New York police said Wednesday they are opening an investigation into the incident, as CrimeOnline previously […]]]>

Body camera footage shows different angles of an encounter between a New York City police officer and a woman who came to an arrest in Harlem on Wednesday.

The incident was seen on cellphone footage right after the incident. New York police said Wednesday they are opening an investigation into the incident, as CrimeOnline previously reported.

Cellphone footage and body camera videos show the woman, Tamani Crum, 19, approaching several officers involved in the arrest of an attempted murder suspect and shoving a detective, who took her then hit the pavement.

The NYPD included a statement with the body camera video release explaining that officers were “attempting to take an individual into custody when a fight ensued and a crowd formed around the officers,” reported WNBC.

“The individual was carrying an illegal, loaded, polymer 80 semi-automatic handgun, known as a ‘ghost gun’, in his belt,” the statement read. “NYPD officers have removed another illegal firearm – and the person brazen enough to carry it in public – from the streets of our city.”

The statement did not explain why the illegal weapon had not already been removed from the suspect’s belt by the time Crum appeared on the scene.

Crum and another woman were arrested for resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer, while a third woman received a subpoena for allegedly spitting at a police officer. The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, however, simply charged the three women with obstruction, a misdemeanor.

The NYPD Detectives Union has been yelling about misdemeanor charges, even though a felony assault charge requires proof that a defendant caused physical harm. The union said it was considering legal action against Crum.

Al Sharpton, mentioned in the DEA statement about his anger, had no comment on the incident. The New York chapter of an organization he founded, the National Action Network, released a statement condemning the officer’s action, saying he “brazenly knocked an unarmed woman to the ground”.

Meanwhile, NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell confirmed that the department’s Office of Internal Affairs Force Group was looking into the incident and said it had “expedited release” of body camera footage in the interest of transparency.

Additionally, the Civilian Complaints Commission on Wednesday confirmed a report that the detective involved, Kendo Kinsey, had received six complaints against him over the past decade. But, the council said, none of the allegations have been substantiated.

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[Featured image: NYPD video via WNBC]

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