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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, Tuesday, July 18, 2006.

Jack talks the law and baseball today. Barry Bonds may be indicted this week. His own attorney says that it is likely. At the same time, Bud Selig, the Commissioner of Baseball says that he has the right to suspend Bonds if he is indicted. However, an indictment is not a conviction. If there is such thing as a presumption of innocence, should baseball have the right to suspend somebody who hasn't been convicted of doing anything wrong? Your thoughts . . .

It has been about a year since the London bombings. India was just hit last week. Spain before that. Experts say that it is only a matter of time before the U.S. is hit again. However, taking a closer look at this assessment, there are some clear expectations. We'll talk with Mike Boyer, Senio editor of Foreign Policy Magazine about the future.

The U.S. Supreme Court just came down with a decision about the Geneva Conventions and the rights of detainees. Today, rather than look at this issue from on high, we will look at it from the perspective of a trainer. Patrick Bryant and former Army trainer of Geneva conventions joins the program to talk about how it works in the closeroom and then, more importantly, in the real world.