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Jack Rice - Blog

Jack Rice is a criminal defense trial lawyer who provides legal advice to those charged with crimes in Federal and Minnesota State courtrooms.

 

Jack's Blog & Media Appearances


The Jack Rice Show, Friday, June 2, 2006.

Jack talks about a Minnesota State Trooper who just received his second DWI charge. While the first was more than 11 years ago, it brings up the question of "how many is too many"? What should the standard be in order to be a cop? If you break the law once? Twice? Parking tickets? Domestic Assault? Drug Use? Your thoughts.

The U.S. Senate is expected to take up the bill to permanently abolish inheritance taxes after 2010. The cost is expected to exceed $1 trillion per decade based upon the taxes not collected and the additional interest on the increased national debt. The House has already passed it. Should the Senate follow suit and should the President sign it into law? We take your calls.

In our ongoing series on the United Nations, today we will be joined today by Ambassador Colin Keating. Ambassador Keating was the New Zealand Ambassador to the United Nations from 1993 - 1996. He also chaired the Security Council during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and chaired the Council Mission on Somalia and the Council Committee on Sanctions against Iraq. What reforms have been made and are they enough to address the genocide in Darfur?