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Candid conversations about current topics with court and community leaders
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Candid conversations about current topics with court and community leaders

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The Fi$hkind Forecast

9/17/2018
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It is often said that the health of a nation is equal to the wealth of a nation. And the scores of fiscal agencies and economists dedicated to studying every available financial detail only serve to lend veracity to that statement. So when the Open Ninth wanted to get a feel for the financial pulse of Central Florida, we needed look no further than economist Dr. Henry Fishkind. Listen in as our host, Chief Judge Fred Lauten, and Dr. Fishkind examine the local economy and explore the impact...

Duration:00:29:29

Labor Day Special: Before They Were Judges

9/3/2018
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Think back to your first few jobs. Did you babysit the neighbors’ rambunctious kids who, now that you are thinking about it, weren’t too much younger than you were at the time? Or were you one of the legions of high school students working retail at the local mall? Perhaps you waited tables or worked the line as a short order cook or tended bar? Whatever you were doing, we’ll venture a guess that the job you did then has absolutely nothing to do with the job you are doing now. Or does it? In...

Duration:00:37:40

Judges on Film 3: Criminal Minds

8/20/2018
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The Ninth Circuit’s movie critic trio are back presiding over the silver screen. On this episode’s docket – films and the criminal mind. Join our host, Chief Judge Fred Lauten and his film critic crew, Circuit Judges Bob Egan and Leticia Marques, as they take us on a journey through some of Hollywood’s most captivating crime movies. Let us know what you think about the podcast.

Duration:00:36:02

Combatting Elder Abuse in America

8/6/2018
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Old age. While we can all agree everyone is destined for it, we can’t quite seem to reach a consensus as to when we’ve arrived. AARP tells us we’ve earned senior status at 50. But, if you’re looking for that discount on a cup of coffee at McDonald’s, you’re out of luck until you reach 55. Burger King completely disagrees and won’t discount your fries until you’re 60. White Castle draws the line at an oddly designated 62. And, Taco Bell weighs in with Medicare, reserving old age for 65....

Duration:00:37:45

Going Social

7/23/2018
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Everyone is on social media. You. Your best friend. Your best friend’s kid. Even your 80 year old grandmother. Then there’s your favorite taco joint, hair stylist, dry cleaner, mechanic, clothing brand, music band. And, don’t forget the company you work for, the city you live in, and the bank that cashes your paycheck. Quite literally, everyone. Even us – and you should totally be following us too! However, even though everyone is on social media, not everyone engages with the various...

Duration:00:31:57

History in the Grove

7/9/2018
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Pulitzer Prize winning author, Gilbert King, joins Chief Judge Fred Lauten to take us back to 1950’s Lake County, Florida. The setting for both Mr. King’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Devil in the Grove, and his newest novel, Beneath a Ruthless Sun, Lake County is home to Sherriff Willis McCall and a past rife with racial injustice, violence, and corruption. Listen in as we explore the ugly side of our region’s history, the impact it has had on our legal system, and the importance of...

Duration:00:40:22

Suskauer Raises the Bar

6/25/2018
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Michelle Suskauer, the 70th president of the Bar and the sixth woman to hold the office, sat down with Chief Judge Frederick J. Lauten days before her swearing in ceremony in June. Their conversation takes a deep dive into the issues facing both the Bar and the courts - from gender equality to mental health and wellness, low-bono access to legislative funding, bail reform to the Criminal Justice Summit. Listen in as they discuss her vision for the Bar, the legal profession, and the...

Duration:00:35:55

AI: Supplement or Supplant?

6/12/2018
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The foundation of every conceivable website and app is a computer analyzing data and developing algorithms. Artificial intelligence is everywhere and the field of data science is shaping our world. But, should it shape our courts? Join Chief Judge Fred Lauten and Dr. Thomas Clarke as they explore this question and discuss the impact of artificial intelligence and data science on the judicial system. Let us know what you think about the podcast.

Duration:00:46:11

Right to Release

5/29/2018
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The Eighth Amendment to the Constitution prohibits inflicting cruel and unusual punishment – but did you know that it also prohibits excessive bail or fines? While the bond system has a long history in the United States, the idea of what constitutes excessive bail and its socioeconomic implications continue to evolve. In today’s episode of Open Ninth, Chief Judge Fred Lauten and Ninth Circuit Judge Jenifer Harris walk us through this evolution of the bond system. Listen in as they explore...

Duration:00:43:08

#JustServe: Partners in Service

5/14/2018
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What do you envision when you think of the Clerk of Courts? If your thoughts start with stacks of files and end with paying your traffic ticket, gab your headphone and listen to this episode of the Open Ninth. Join Chief Judge Fred Lauten as he sits down with Orange County Clerk of Courts Tiffany Moore Russell to talk about the myriad ways the Clerk of Courts and the Judicial System work together to serve the more than 1.7 million people living in the district. From the establishment of the...

Duration:00:23:34

#JustServe: An Attorney’s View

5/4/2018
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Mayanne Downs, prominent Orlando attorney shares her experience of serving as a juror in the Ninth Circuit.

Duration:00:30:06

Analyze This

4/24/2018
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Judge Diana Tennis shares the experience of her transition from TV legal analyst to Circuit Judge

Duration:00:32:07

Negotiation + Mediation = Resolution

3/21/2018
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Lawrence Kolin shares his expertise in discussing the importance of mediation to the judicial process.

Duration:00:26:46

Designed to Inspire

3/7/2018
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Courthouse architect Michael Leboeuf shares his thoughts on past, current and future trends in courthouse design.

Duration:00:52:34

Love, Jewett Style

2/14/2018
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Special Valentine's Day Episode with the Judges Jewett

Duration:00:34:25

2017 State of the Courts

1/4/2018
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Judges Lauten, O'Kane and Doherty discuss the year in review and the "State of the Courts."

Duration:00:53:26

Judges on Film: Part 2

12/5/2017
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The Ninth Circuit's movie critics finish their critique of the greatest legal movies of all time.

Duration:00:33:13

Changing One Life at a Time

11/17/2017
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Elena and Paul Sciuto share their journey as foster care and as adoptive parents.

Duration:00:19:30

Hidden in Plain Sight: Battling Bias

6/5/2017
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Conversation with Joseph Sawyer, Former President of the National Association of State Educators

Duration:00:21:55

Problem Solving Courts: Turning Lives Around

4/4/2017
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Conversation with Circuit Court Judge Reginald K. Whitehead

Duration:00:25:35