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timot timothy mcvey did. unless somebody thinks that is frustrating, annoying, it angers them. we have to remember if we, as a society, we are going to kill someone an sanction that killing, we better get it right. we have many examples of where we got it wrong. so, now, beth karas the big question is, if jodi stand up today. we don't know if she's going to do this orb not, one of the pivotries here, and and says, she has to have an automatic appeal or not if they sentence her to death? >> yes, all, straight to the arizona supreme court. in fact the clerk of courts here has ten days to file the notice of appeal. that's basically her intention to appeal. she will get new counsel because she's indigent will be assigned to her. there are four different agencies in maricopa county which have staffs of attorneys or will farm out like her krnt

getting faster. so it is getting better day by day. the deadline, i think, is critical. and if we can get young people to start signing up once the website gets fixed completely, then i think all of this will be a faint memory once everyone is able to enroll that wants to enroll and are able to get the plans that they want. >> and reihan -- go ahead. >> a new gallup survey found 30% of uninsured americans are familiar with the exchanges. so what may well happen is that a lot of people are only going to learn about the exchanges once they start getting hit with penalties. i think that there are a lot of huge issues we haven't anticipated. also, the law has cuts in payments that are provided to hospitals that provide care for the indigent, because the expectation was many people uninsured would get coverage. if you have those cuts happen before you see that robust coverage expansion, that's going to cause a lot of big headaches, as well. the law involves a lot of unintended consequences that

indigent. we're asking the court to reduce or waive the cost of that device. >> i'll waive the cost. >> everything that you, judge. >> thank you, your honor. the exclusionary zone to be clear was how many feet? >> 1500 feet. >> thank you, your honor. >> thank you. >> we'll see you back january 7th, 2014, mr. zimmerman. best of luck to you. >> thank you. >> we're going to take a recess to accommodate. >> there you have it. george zimmerman is going to be released on bond, $9,000 bond. a bunch of other requirements, including no possession of any weapons and staying away from the addresses where he allegedly committed these two crimes that he's accused of at felony aggravate the assault in connection with allegations that he tried to beat up his girlfriend. now his former girlfriend and also twos misdemeanors, domestic violence battery, criminal mischief. quickly to jeffrey toobin.

to look at i, look. it is not about not changing it. we're not going on eliminate it. it is the law of the handled. let's look at something. come original guys. almost 50 million people have no health care, indigent, emergency care, people were dying because they didn't have access to health care. we're that radically in america ask that kind of radical change is going to have by the nature of how huge it is, some glitches. let's fix those and let's have an alternative. i would love to hear devin's plan. maybe we can have a chance to discuss them. that's part of the problem as you guys very well know. nobody wants to talk to everybody. everybody wants the best position and the political decision so they can use it in the next election. i think i can admit that nothing -- >> so tomorrow we can sit down and exchange ideas? >> can i say something, we have a wonderful cordial relationship and too many times, that might

>> yeah. >> unequal, unjust. isn't this a case that -- >> and i would love to -- >> -- that argues in your favor on this one? >> yes, and i would love to finish my point if i don't have sunny screaming in my ear he killed four people. >> yeah. >> go ahead. >> i can show you, i was about to get to, i can show you case after case after case where if this kid was not wealthy, if this kid was indigent, and had some first year, god forbid, overworked public defender that just got into juvenile -- this kid would have been deemed probably fit for adult court who would have been put into a prison and killed within a year. that's what most people want and that's what they would have gotten. i'm telling you, i understand this completely. i've defended cases like this. on more than country occasion. >> but is it just? >> there is nothing just about the criminal justice system. if you're looking for justice, you don't go into the halls of justice. it doesn't happen there. you go in there because all we do in the criminal justice

republican caucus, they'll take that. >> i want to talk about hillary clinton does one of the stories that we've seen lately has to do with what happened 40 years ago. she defended as a legal aid lawyer, a rapist, someone accused of raping a 12-year-old girl and audio came out where she was sort of admitting that she believed her client at the time was guilty. this was a case from 1975. this was audio from the 1980s. there's an interesting legal take that we are now hearing on it and our cnn legal analyst paul cowan wrote about it. clinton performed her role as defense counsel to an unpopular indigent client with skill and competence, affording him the constitutional rights cherished by americanses. so it is sad really to see her throw this away and apparently throw betray the secrets and interests of her client for the sake of telling her a good story

kind ordinance nationwide. berkeley will require that its medical marijuana dispensaries provide free cannabis to low income residents which would also include the homeless. is it a good idea to give free cannabis to the homeless? >> when you couch it that way, it sounds peculiar, but we're talking about free medicine. this is medical cannabis. cannabis that's used to relieve pain for glaucoma and heart problems and things of that nature. >> reporter: darrell moore and the entire city council voted in favor of the measure. part of a 20-page ordinance to amend a municipal code. it says that 2% of the dispensary's marijuana should be given to the indigent who still must have a medical marijuana i.d. card or referral from a doctor. but even here in berkeley where we placed an open mike, some worry the new ordinance will lead to abuse. >> berkeley has a terrible homeless problem. it will attract more homeless people to the area.

>> reporter: good morning. the move is being called significant even by those who have been deeply critical of ferguson's courts and police department. the city is taking concrete steps to prevent people from being jailed because they simply can't afford to pay fines and on top of those fines the court was imposing fees, so putting people deeper and deeper into debt they simply couldn't get out of and then going to jail because of it. let me give you what a municipal court judge has ordered. it's a withdrawal of not just the arrest warrant for things like fines but all arrest warrants issued before december 31st, 2014. those ticketed for minor traffic violations will no longer be arrested but given another court date and if they can't pay outright, they can face alternative penalties like payment plans or community service or if they are deemed indigent, their fees could be wiped out altogether. now, while the warrants are wiped clean, that does not mean the cases go away. the cases stay put. they have to still work those out in court but people will still have to face the courts to

cases. some of the way they're doing that is they say, look, we know people that were given fines on top of their tickets on top of that and each time they missed a date or did not comply they get another fine that they may not have the money to pay so they're doing things like you can do community service, you can go on a payment plan, and if you are considered indigent we may wipe those fees out all together and then you do get to start from zero. the case goes away, but you have to work it out through the courts, ashleigh. >> then you really, exactly, what you just said, you have to work it out through the courts. you have to show up. it's the people that didn't show up got the warrants, this time they get a second chance but they have to show up. sara sidner, keep track of it for us, thank you, ma'am. good to see you. up next, a boys' babbsketba team gets booted when they made it to the national tournament and were climbing in the ranks. all because this girl was part of their team. t t the boys' team, girl player, not

pope john paul ii, queen elizabeth, president barack obama. is there something special about singing for this pope for you? >> well, just the fact that i'm so impressed with him and his humility. just listening to him describe himself as the son of an immigrant. i understand he even sent some of his assistants out to install showers in st. peters square for the poor and the indigent. >> the queen of soul, aretha franklin.

>> i believe it's a fundamentally view and perspective. when you look at average americans -- i'm happy for you charles, i really am. average americans, 500 americans go bankrupt every year for medical expenses, people without social security they would be indigent, they would be in the poor house and not literally live and retire in a comfortable fashion, so what i want to try to get around here is the idea that we can take care of each other in a society. >> that is why we already have a very progressive and more progressive income tax system to pay for health care, but to the public that is more -- that's different than even more progressive -- charles: real argument against that if you get into the position, a place like that you become europe where you have no growth so you're always stuck there, there's no opportunity, real opportunity for economic growth so guess what, i can pay my own medical

giving spings support and tax breaks and tax benefits to people who don't need them. >> where are the indigent in the city? where do they live? >> indigents? >> you act like you've never heard the word before? >> we don't have that problem here, really. >> so i asked him, could you at least take me to a canadian slum, and well, this is what a ghetto looks like in canada. >> is this the same type of mentality that says with canadian, you think if somebody gets sick, they should be able to have health care. >> oh, definitely. >> yes. >> yes. >> why? >> because. >> it is human right. everyone's got the right to live. >> how much did you have it pay for your treatment? >> i wouldn't know what the bill. is it is covered by our hospital pay. >> you are telling me you didn't have to pay anything? >> no, i don't. >> i have family that lives in the states. i used to live in canada and moved over there, and it is so different. >> they get afraid more easily?

imaginable, but not everything. >> reporter: they come through. donald trump, hillary clinton, barack obama, they come through and essentially they put their name to get on the ballot. what else does it take to get on the ballot? >> it takes -- if you can afford it, it takes $1,000. but if you cannot, if you're indigent you can bypass the $1,000. >> reporter: so folks will be able to come through here. to pete buttigieg here tomorrow. i think it was announced yesterday, cory booker and kamala harris will walk in next week. on the same day, i believe vice president pence will be coming here on the same day. this is a tradition. how did this become a tradition? >> it just happened. >> reporter: it's good for new hampshire. >> well, we lad a primary that the people were willing to pay for. that primary was not first in the nation when it started. we never planned this to be the

>> where are the i think dij gent in the city? where do they live? >> indigent? >> you act like you've never heard the word before. >> we don't have that problem here, really. >> i asked him, could you at least take me to a canadian slum? well -- this is what a ghetto looks like in canada. >> this is the same mentality that says with canadians, you think if somebody gets sick they should actually be able to have health care? >> oh, definitely. >> yes. >> definitely. >> why? >> because! >> human right. everyone's got the right to live. >> you just came out of the emergency room? >> yes. >> how much did you have to pay for your treatment? >> i wouldn't know what the bill is, it's covered by our hospital plan. >> you're telling me you don't have to pay anything? >> no, i don't. >> i have family that lives in the states. used to live in canada, moved over there. it's so different. >> they get afraid more easily? >> oh, yeah. yep. very much so.

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we have people busting across state lines. >> gets overwhelming to local communities especially in coastal areas. >> i'm focusing on the elite leadership california. their answer, sara carter, is sanctuary policies. let's bring in more indigent people, they are dropped off and they don't even know where they are going. they don't know where they are going and if they do no way where they are going some of them end up in dire situations. >> we've seen an increase in people from all across the globe. coming from places in africa, places in the middle east, and

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lot of time, two hours is not enough. there is ten people on the stage. >> talk to the dnc on that one. but i hear you. >> but with all kidding aside, campaigns had to make a decision about how they wanted to use their time on the stage last night. similarly tonight campaigns are going to have to make another decision. you got a lot of folks last into indigent that needed a break-out moment but also needed to introduce themselves to the american people. did they use that time? they had to make a decision. will they use to time to take a hit at the proverbial frontrunner, or introduce themselves to the american people? i think we saw a lot of folks chose latter. >> after this debate is over, what do you hope the average viewer takes away from joe biden's performance? >> why he is in this race, what he plans to do as president. that is what we've been prepping for in debate prep, frankly. and that's what the vice president's strategy will be tonight on that debate stage. i think cable news particularly talks a lot about joe biden. but you don't always get to hear about his policies. and so tonight will be his

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