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Welcome to western new York at work which dale Martin and Warren Lewis who join in the conversation about sports jobs and economic development. And the people who make it all happen. If you're interested in growing your business understanding the latest trends in and around Western New York. Then join the discussion at 8031520. Now here's tail markings and Lauren Lewis. Good morning buffalo welcome to western new York at work your business friendly conversation. Life here ESPN 15:20 AM where we talk about sports jobs economic development and always to people that make it happen. It's a beautiful Sunday morning. And out of the talk a little bit about that Natalie is that a beautiful sunny morning today. It's been great weather for the last week or more we've been having Florida like whether. Just unbelievable buffalo has some beautiful Summers. And you know what we just wanted to continue its very comp probably in them I seventies mid eighties just the way we like. And out with a great conversation in store for you today in fact we gonna. On a brief visit our previous conversation. On which Lauren hand with the judge creek Hannah. And frankly to build there today is a different version of legal matters but just sustain its a great conversation. Would also like to say they cute to warrant on new sponsor. Golden excuse me cold in market and cafe are according marketing campaign provides peace Boeing's great breakfast. A full launch and we're happy that they are part of the Western Europe to work for him again that's the cold in marketing cafe. And when we talk in more more about them as the asked shall progresses forward further ado just like to say good morning to deer to deer can hear me this morning. That's geared you know it's gonna comment there are always a pleasure to work with you has been a while body arm how's things been for you. Well a simple little bit double duty as a matter of fact over on WGR is just part of sports stocks Sunday there was Rainn Wilson and and as a matter of fact it's been it's been Neitzel whirlwind it's been fun exciting. Everything of the sort and you know it. And it's it's kind of fun to also be backyard jail for. A man in the old days. With the with that the instead of political right into the show again this is a previous conversation that Willingham would jump Craig Hannah. And frankly to do that there a new version of legal matters. Good morning western Neil Martin welcome to Western New York network and ESP and fifteen Tony AM where we talk about. Sports jobs economic development in the people that make it happen. And this morning as Dolly the second Sunday of the month we have frank attempt feel for the attempt at peace he offered for only a matter that morning I don't. You that. I'm excited about this doing you know every cent the second Sunday of the month I love looking forward in this. I'm glad we love having you here is a great cast and thought I'm shelling out with a. Never a lack things to talk about there's no question no question about that but with us today I can introduce absolutely please do. Police judge Craig can as with us today judge. Hanna is a buffalo city court judge. Currently running the opiate the first one in the country right. On and I can tell you from personal experience I've been a practice a lot of into the court. And church and that is truly one of the nicest. Judges to be in front of he is. Mild mannered. He he's tough when he has to be tough but he is always a reasonable. Will never in England 11 things that lawyers always look scores. Well one thing that judge we don't want the judge to do is reverend bears. Has lawyers and anything and just hand that is. Lawyers judge he spectator I you know it's funny it never gets nervous going in front of the I don't I just it's you know there's some judges Richard do you literally scared that you think how can in my teeth kicked into high. But you know walking in his court he understands what it's like to be a lawyer and it's an absolute pleasure. So well thank you frank thank you. Think you judge forgot to have you here. I'm a series it it's so important. For a lawyer to know. You know when someone comes in in my in my office and they say you know progress that this this. Hoot who you know Hui in front of that they do auriemma who in front of a different judge camp okay are condemning. There's a lot of different options you'll listen to it. Many different options when every have if it's a big cases it's a good case you know it's and and of course you know the lottery to mean witches. Which is huge for a lawyer but it sometimes especially into the court not always about the law all right it's it's about the you know you're. Make sure people come on they're better versed in no question there's no question. And it's. On the soapy accord is which we'll talk about a little bit this fantastic. Yeah I was regular batteries or just any of the court Iran articles on NPR. And it was a really nice exchange. That edit feature continue in one of so when was appearing in front of you like. Yes we try to treat you extremely talented Franken alluded to link. None of us are perfect and we all make mistakes and the whole idea of people on the court you wanna make sure they come either since game this time. Yes and it's just like Kennedy. Very nerve racking for people and Donna feel. Shamed by the same time your you've made some mistakes and you're there for a reason it's how to recast it how do we learn from this and become better person. And it took took that I know when mass would just go right into it and I know because that we do have talks sports at some point Ethier or in sports update and things this. But it's it's gotta be tough because OP is from from what I understand. Our total totally different concept. And alcohol. And marijuana. Than even cocaine and mean it's it's. It's the next level kind of thing I mean yes just to give you brief scale listening on a scale of one and tending animals present experience champion. To. Yankees world sees him yeah. I had to bill's going to play off sort of purpose newborn may be right ten being the most pleasurable experience your regular. Your first shot until it's five house. If you leak is 5000 times better than anything you're experiencing. So that's why he's so addictive. Is so powerful is addictive and has people just bring changes to go back. That's scary to me something that. A substance do you detect and live who had I turned Raymond and king did become addicting because it's terrifying to me. But the worst part about it because you destroyed those pleasure centers and you'll never feel that way again yeah so there always Jason that I am trying to piece we know it's funny. There's a there is a cartoon on FaceBook. Some social media site. And and it talked about drugs that this is strikes and it was like a bird who was up I got to find it for you to bird that goes up to a yellow dot. And it strikes and the bird can eat it. He goes on this. Incredible high rate and then flies flies flies and then lands. And then. Hits to go far in the next you look great and frankly next yellow dot. And takes it quicker than he did the first time flies flies flies but doesn't mean and so the second time because I'm in and and told them. Then when he lands after the fourth or fifth time taken drugs just amassed great and that's and that's what you're talking all right. Is to always trying like you should you reached at first level and they're never gonna reach it. But the part about it is so troubling is that they don't have the resources. And I always say people don't catch buses to come to actually start praying on their friends and family members so lots of time in the heat from. We've learned other bridges right from now we have to try to. Reeling them to their friends and family and community members ones who get them stable because. After awhile you keep beg borrow and steal my family members. Some point they can cut you want him so it's very hard is very troubling but as you said before. I look at it and I guess this Sunday so mindful saying that. Always good judgment was pulled from the lower our rightful and I commandeered to Somalia plain and giant burned I just try to treat people the way I'm one tree. In and know that people come from all walks of life and it's our responsibility to look out for people that are less fortunate enough. And try to make sure they're in there that to have them secondly a pleasurable experience because it is right or. But at least he'll come out of there as I was games. But what's intriguing about this too is is this this addiction it is it's. It scans social classes racial classes. There right I mean because there's a lot of people who are getting you know you're talking about. It's not your stereotypical. Young blackmail its its its effects. You know we're young white guys in Amherst young white girls and hampers it is because you know what it just it's it's everywhere and it's affecting normal. Every people that have a job that kid in school but a bad carriage accident that that doctor prescribes. Coding then. Whatever than OxyContin and and it rolls from Merriam advocate Brett Favre look at all these guys you're right that. So I think about it I know that it cuts all branches of society so maybe that's why read a lot more attention to it. But this could definitely get attention to what it's still awful to think about that right yes but what what they think we really need to educate people and I know you alluded to it earlier we gonna get to shame and stigma away from people asking for help. Right and I think that's what the crisis came for a individuals thinking they can do on her own because they're afraid to reach out and tell people that there an attic and then if you get to help thank you need to you can live productive life as he was in the. Are there a lot of com. Mental health issues associated with the opiate addiction I mean I know when you're talking about just regular drugs alcohol. Marijuana. PeopleSoft medicate with those things especially because they're mental health issues but is. Is the opiate addiction and are there at the combine imminent. Today in most addiction there's always across diagnosed restaurants that's it that's it I'm glad you brought that up to. But the point wanna move back to a lot of this addiction came from people going to her doctors and eat a lot of let's just listen to the baptism lying thing. Absolutely in theory as you said. Back injury in a car accident you know. They get appeals Alia to do was keep asking me kept getting more more Kenya and was think that addicted to it and we start to get prescriptions that you can't get pills. That prescription is gonna come off there and in the closest alternative. Terrorists there. I'm not. A lot of people on a bad place to inning and it really restricted. Getting your prescription medications because Hebert taking all of their measures to trying get it but the doctors in a really tough spot to extend my brother. Crazy love I. Welcoming the doctors also got a lot of information from the the company missing from misinformation. And you know that actually gotten thing you. If you read any articles I which I'm sure you bring more much more than I have but if you're I forget the CME group the invented tax accountant. That they knew it was addictive from from the get go when they hit those studies and it coming with it what it starts created an epidemic. It. You guys both hit the nail on the head. I don't like to point fingers I just try to look for solutions that right that you had. Pharmaceutical companies marketing something anything new was addictive. As a non addictive. Pain substitute. Cain Madison Andy went everywhere they flooded medical offices right and obviously your doctors main goal is to do no environment to treat their patients. And they dots on them with a safe alternative a painkiller. They prescribed as they normally would become the find out as we all know that the pharmaceutical companies knew this protective. Yeah it's it's it's awful. Fundamentally you and your point knowing every house that the director there he their lawyer who got and that people trust their doctors who applied it. And I'll tell somebody he's gay. You know I was I was doing some research holy war that's that's what they tell you the addition to encrypt that is good for a little bit. That's a good point I always use that as an analogy insulin doesn't wanna listen to their lawyer assuming you're going your doctor's office you try to tell him what to do. Everybody wants to be there all the way everybody's. I think it would Atlanta indeed a lot of there are a lot of self diagnosis has gone on now I think hotel and it patients going to affect his son you know Ian an anti Google has. Look my symptoms flack on and sports you have let's talk about it but he isn't Oakland Raiders fan anyway. How. Little worse poll say you know patriots you on me when this. I cannot. I did start. Getting your quick story and it will talk about. An outlook. It's offensive linemen. And makes it seem. Like five or six years ago. So. Users. Can. Eat better go back here. And I go back and you actually. There is first the you know you know mark reform in the air under here you have marks a terrific friend and an terrific guy but for the fact that he treats and and then send them this. There's someone who is interviewed on the news when time and the exit Leo feel about this he said you know if you're from buffalo on YouTube for the patriots you don't trust that person at all. I said that two of every like you had everything make it so obvious you like cheaters that assesses that way became a judge no. There Lila I thought that they take people where earlier that you be washed up once and for use by others. They put him in the can be effective and angry do you think it's very do you think it's Bill Belichick. I think is probably 80% balance. I think Belichick just grateful. I do that many teeth write him he film's other teams right there wouldn't call it feeding them. And at that time I don't think it would totally not man made against. So we think about direct. I think Ty Bryant is open now. I just think he did in the system. He's phenomenally you don't have to get all the guys are you listen. He is seeing. I wanna start your life you apparently is a very you know he's he's. Pretty pious guys and it was faith. Which you know he he seems that you're very respectable guy and I never expected. This afternoon to meet with him. But he was just I don't think. I don't think you not only did he fit the system but there there are times it. He hit this cannon of an arm and just. You know what what drove me nuts with him being so conservative you know I would rather head some interceptions and just fire that ball into the into a spot just keep them in the it. Well that those two games I was not offended when they put it Peterman and there are two games before he threw for 65 yards each team. That. You can't do that right NFL quarterback that's not an NFL quarterback framing I mean. And we were in those games to into the second half we were in those games. And so I was never a huge fan I I was. I wish cheered for him. But I just I think it was time and not to mention the playoff. All right we'll explorer nine point 60 within weeks if keep police halfway decent. They came to blow. And I know they gave him the run pass option on that play. But. You you you have she can record behind him that you get when the greens perhaps of all time he handed the ball. In the end zone is your chance you Richard yeah. Brady throws it and he threw an awful pass to Benjamin by the way Benjamin 65 if you're gonna throw audience when the best cornerbacks and Lee. He's got six Friday kid. You throw it up in the air. And that's it and he's only person that's there and be dropped into the body worry you know amicable yes. Italy inconsistency. With Kyra yes it was very inconsistent. Game he played in an avenue what you're gonna get. No weeks now know you you ordered a quarter we do week you just you didn't know what you're doing that yet and I feel bad for the I'm happy that first ball I don't feel that bad for him if he's still making millions he's making that he's made a hunk of money I mean right I mean this year he scheduled for a team going out. I think one year he came in right. I I was a tape I don't know what Cleveland's thinking now I mean that. And you creep and Blake I'd know what what they are thinking just ask you know and I think south further room in there third round draft pick the UK that all they are open or use and that's that it's it's really. Brandon mean to pull that offices. It happened in my huge cheers solvent and that he said this is a huge coup for branding him with gets expects so what do they do. Where they go. You gotta get a quarter and a have to do you cheer for themselves at least I mean usually mean I'm a season ticket. Again it's tanner team. Am I well I think another curious do you yourself. So we cheer for a worthy for the patriots you know audiences. I think it's definitely a but why Sony predicts that we come back and we didn't talk about the operate in avenging clay the first one in the country. That's right here and affluent as you are in charge of that which is awesome. But I wanna we have to take our first break so don't go anywhere questioning our release back in just a couple of minutes. This is frank put her view of the third. The term deal PC large group your complete careful team meeting your lifetime legal neat cause a 855376. Weren't. 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Judge and we just this morning but IDs and research about. The buffalo opiate in a wrenching court indicating amazing things and as the first of its kind in its country in the country self. Since the crisis where yes. On the process works the manager arrested anywhere in city of buffalo to get the very tour record if you answer in equal on three screening questions which are if you use opiates in the you'll be running killers. If you've owned the uterine arcane and or humanity doctors here for some type of pain management. So it's shifted to our courtroom and to lead to a further there could be the police did it screamed. No. The saying that when every year and I'm glad we don't know this whenever your rest and you go into the pension detention facility. They have to actually medical screening question yeah they're in charge of your care and right and we ended about 45 extra questions of that. And I think answering affirmative anyone in those 45 questions is we divert our heart when he can speak to some art treatment specialists. Not so Tenet treatment specialists Steve hat. In a courtroom. We make sure you people so I'm a test of medically assisted treatment within hours as opposed to weeks and days and if they need to go to inpatient with him and inpatient and within days. But a lot of our clients goes Al peace to the unit linked back to services and a lot of this ancillary services has been there too before. Because we try to treat the whole person. We try to link to an insurance. We threatening them transportation. And it to doing educational components and treat and we do them as well. Because we want to make sure that they're better suited and leave it there and a lot of times people can't make it to treatment just because of the funds that means right. So we try to make sure they have the means to get here so we take on excuses away from right in my job as for them to give treatment for a. Well that's part of the problem I have some on my clients. You know here they are they come and they retain us which is not cheap of course. And then days we have some incision got to go to treatment they think frank. It this fifty bucks a week for me fifty about a week for somebody as answer and it's a big deal you know a year you know. And they can can't afford it what to do it or do so those are always problems that we face is defense attorneys you know. Because the logo went in. Why didn't they treat. In they don't have Medicaid setup yet they Medicare so whatever it is and and it's. Its interest in and you guys are carriers are helping people get through that we try to take. Of all that your first time there we call like the first contact her and their first contact fears when you can get make the most measurable change. Because once they go home and think about it and get back with their. The family people that they use with the gonna enacting this so salute first. I think either choice to they have to be in the right mindset and know that they want you. Get out there. And that's a republic. Everything is toll volunteer because as you know this is there innocent. Right now only gathers arraigned on the charge so I can't really mandate anything. But our jobs to us to get them to try to treatment and get them and at at taking care of themselves and the responsible things that you and I do it. I think it's a proactive approach it's great that I know some. Some defense so I can why is this person treatment we haven't even gotten. A guilty verdict yeah editors war. Or you haven't taken a plea or or or something of that nature and I always find it to be. Terrific I I I don't mind at all when because a lot of these things like crimes are committed. Based on somebody's addiction it is simple thing or even look at about a domestic violence issues are alcohol in the people get term. Did they get no fight someone calls a police here and that you're in domestic violence court and this is it's a result of drinking. Corporate evaluation that's that you know you and and these people are bad people write this is that there are these these are people that you know I think it's wrong to get no fight. Me man or woman by the way has it he's good at it. And something happens and next thing you know you're sitting in the courtroom the first of which is. It's not so scary for asking are there every single day. You know we of people walking her courtroom for the first time and not take it if you're not scared from that your defendants. And I don't know what that is gonna scare you. Right here right. Is for prosecution is causes our vocation and we do it so much as is becomes perfunctory. But four and a regular citizens in May be one the most traumatic experiences of their mind. And I always keep that in the back in my mind especially when they're here what about it Ernie. I hit let's say if frank is you know than they have sown into office talking. And they can just talk amongst you and but when you first come the court I would say what 99% of people don't come of turning. They come back an attorney in seconds or so I just wanna make sure whether they are not only that their rights are protected. That think experience is. Yes and soul and others guidelines to being part of the opiate open a court what are some of those guidelines that these people have Simi. We're very straight primaries once we get and a participant called his parents have been defendants because when it's still open prize and that's great. They have become the court every single. That's huge commitment because I wanna put guys on them and make sure they're using and make sure they're due to its post doing going treatment. They have an 8 PM curfew and we all know when we learn about its stellar citizens that most are bad activities capital after dark the so we try to keep. The busy keep an eye on them and to make sure they stay on point stay committed to recovery is the best part about it is when you see them 306090. Days from now. And they're now at the same person who's on first and that's the most rewarding. I've I've had some kind some clients who hit addiction issues and tea watching the transformation if they get help it you're talking about. I mean it it's a person who's who's generally I think I'm very skinny and very pal. Ray. And sixty days later after they're treating. You can see the muscle tone come back and their body their face everything from it's amazing isn't it in a total different are totally different person. It's absolutely unbelievable. Want more information and Buffalo's OP eight court how can contact. 84526. Their victory. Among regular shadow OK if you had to say earnest Donaldson is a very good friend of mine. And personally he's a mental health counselor told him he should hook up with you sometime he's that he has. Profits in our building. And if you read the more this morning's paper sharp Kirsten are karma Foster kid Mubarak Carmelo Anthony's name and your injury that this morning I had read it saw a case read it so earnest is his. Brother and earnest. It's a great article read it. And this is one all time best guys do you ever me and he's a mental health character in that dealt with mental health issues and how this. His brother went from Foster home to Foster home for par to Foster moment finally settled in earnest this house with Ernest and his mother Edith. And it's a great story simply cannot turn you read it today. At least it's not pleasant it's paying in Chancery he had checked it's a great great great great great article. I've thought any final spots for kind of wrapping up another quick cat power and less power what tell us where the bill's gonna do for corporate. When I hope we get a quarterback but I'm predicting. Eight and a tennis six tennis things that's that's definitely true I don't want the trip I can tell you this. I do not wanna trade the first two picks I don't like trading picks I think. And others there's playing guys out there I think that we can get still case came in Almonte. And I and I think with The Who who do who say kid out of from Oklahoma State Mason Rudolph. Yeah you can get their kid may be in that 21 story second I think so. Well that offseason come in iron in out traffic coming out and that's scheduled to coming out soon and next year we'll see with the bills do. But thank you so much this morning extra I think he's so much touching and I thank you for Harry and snowy and she. And I think they'll Marten. Tonight here to daylight savings time. And that's not Lara. Had a great question I think you so much for listening to last in the art gallery I'm learn this and have an awesome week. Welcome welcome back to west New York or work thank you from tuning into today's version of legal matters. And again if you have a legal matter differently to appeal. Our call to telephone number is 7168553761. Again that's legal matters if you have a legal problem or legal question. Here Frankel Tim peel local phone call 7168553761. Boffo have a beautiful day enjoy your Sunday we'll see you next week. Thank you for listening to Western New York it works sponsored in part by lieutenant field PC log group complete council meeting your lifetime legal needs dale Martin. 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