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January 17, 2021
January 17, 20217:00 am

Court Radio Program

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Attorney Dean Weitzman invites guests to tune in weekly to Court Radio to discuss various legal topics and to get answers to your legal questions. In addition to addressing the main issue of the day, he discusses sidebar topics and answers caller questions on a wide range of legal issues. Dean is a Managing Partner and the public face of MyPhillyLawyer. The weekly call-in radio show is one example of how Dean and MyPhillyLawyer help their clients and prospective clients with everyday legal matters that arise in their lives. “We endeavor to answer legal questions for people who might not have access to an attorney,” he said. “We get great feedback from our callers. They love the show and it really provides a venue for people of ordinary means to gain legal information in a timely fashion. A lot of these people don’t have a relationship with an attorney where they can just walk in and ask a question. On the show, they can do that for free and get some help.” Dean earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Temple University in 1984 and his Juris Doctor in 1987 from Temple University School of Law. He worked throughout college to put himself through school working as the supervisor in a group home for mentally-handicapped adults. Dean is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania trial lawyer’s associations. He has extensive litigation experience throughout the Pennsylvania and New Jersey State Courts as well as the Federal district courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. His trial experience includes medical malpractice, products liability, wrongful death, motor vehicle and trucking accidents, workman’s compensation, and estate litigation. Dean is also a volunteer in his community, serving as a Big Brother and as a business sponsor for several non-profit groups, including the American Cancer Society, the Bread of Life Foundation and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). World Justice News airs the Court Radio Program free. For the link to listen to the Court Radio Program please click here to see our daily schedule.
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January 17, 20218:30 am / 11:30 am

Broward Bond Court – Morning Session

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Broward Bond Court is from Broward County Florida.  It is first appearance court, also called bond court. It is held at the county's main courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale and is where a person charged by police with a crime is brought before a judge, who will determine whether there was probable cause for the arrest. World Justice News shows the Broward Bond Court free. Click here to watch the Broward Bond Court Hearings.
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January 17, 20219:30 am

Brevard Bond Court – Weekend

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Brevard weekend Bond Court is the Brevard County First Appearance Court held in the Brevard County Jail in Sharpes, Florida. World Justice News shows the Brevard Weekend Bond court free. Click here to watch the Brevard Bond Court Hearings.
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January 17, 20217:00 pm

Handel on the Law Radio Program

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Handel on the Law is a 3 hour show. In Handel on the Law, Bill Handel gives terse "marginal legal advice" designed to point callers in the right direction. He often makes fun of callers for getting themselves into their legal predicament, stating bluntly "you have absolutely no case". Still, the show is informative in that it deals with many common legal problems, such as landlord-tenant, child custody, and divorce in an easy-to-understand way. On June 19, 2008, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce's Walk of Fame Committee announced that Handel would be one of 25 to receive a Star on the Walk of Fame in June 2009. His star was unveiled on June 12, 2009, and is located at 6640 Hollywood Boulevard. Bill is a renowned expert on the legal aspects of Reproductive Technology and has provided legal counsel for several hundred cases of third party reproduction. Bill serves as Director of the Center for Surrogate Parenting, Inc. in Encino, California and Annapolis, Maryland, which has been helping couples become families for over 36 years. He has lectured at universities and medical conferences on several continents and has written articles for numerous medical and legal journals. His expertise on this topic has been featured in articles for the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and other publications and he has appeared on hundreds of television shows including "60 minutes," "Nightline," "48 Hours," "Today," "Frontline," "Crossfire," as well as BBC Television and CNN. (In 1996 Bill hosted a nationally syndicated talk show, "Judge for Yourself." World Justice News airs the Handel on the Law Radio Program free. Click here to listen to the Handel on the Law Radio Show.
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