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Truth & Justice is a true crowdsourced investigation in real time. Host, Bob Ruff, asks listeners to help with investigations as he takes on a new potential wrongful conviction case every season. The subject of Season 10 is the 1996 murder of Houston woman, Catalina Palomino, and the possible wrongful conviction of 15 year old Jennifer Jeffley. Join the investigation!
 
Hosted by celebrated criminal justice reform advocate and founding board member of the Innocence Project Jason Flom, Wrongful Conviction features intimate conversations with men and women who have spent years in prison for crimes they maintain they did not commit. Some have been fully exonerated and reunited with family and friends while others continue to languish, with some even facing execution on death row. Each episode peels back the layers behind the stories of those who have found the ...
 
In 1992, a jury failed to convict the four Los Angeles police officers who'd been captured on videotape beating Rodney King. The city erupted into fire and chaos––the culmination of decades of unchecked police abuse and racial injustice. For the sixth season of Slate’s Slow Burn, Joel Anderson returns to explore the people and events behind the biggest civil disturbance in American history––a story that’s still playing out today.
 
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Opening Arguments

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Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments Media LLC

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Every episode, legal expert Andrew and comic relief Thomas will tackle a popular legal topic and give you all the tools you need to understand the issue and win every argument you have on Facebook, with your Uncle Frank, or wherever someone is wrong on the Internet. It's law. It's politics. It's fun. We don't tell you what to think, we just set up the Opening Arguments.
 
Who really killed Michael Jordan’s father? Follow the Truth is a true crime podcast re-investigating the murder of Michael Jordan’s dad, James R. Jordan Sr. The two men convicted, Larry Demery and Daniel Andre Green tell conflicting stories of what happened the night of the James Jordan murder. Daniel Green has served nearly three decades in a North Carolina prison maintaining his innocence in the killing. Veteran crime reporter Amanda Lamb questions the evidence, and explores whether this i ...
 
Miss Heard Song Lyrics is a podcast lovingly dedicated to all of us who have ever sung along to our favorite jam with such conviction not realizing we are totally singing the wrong words. Hosted by me Miss Heard (aka Melody), I will share famous songs that have been sung incorrectly through the years and have guests from time to time stop by to share their cringe worthy song moments proudly on this podcast. And if we are lucky, have songwriters share their inspiration and backstory of these ...
 
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LOVE MURDER

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LOVE MURDER

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Jessie Pray and Andie Cassette team up each week to tell stories of love and relationships gone fatally wrong. This show is all about seemingly normal people driven to terrible madness by passion and rage. Hang out with your new best friends each week to discover how someone can go from sweet to murderous in the blink of an eye, and to hear all the ways murder can give love a real bad name.
 
The Fall Line is a deep-dive true-crime podcast focused on missing people, unsolved homicides, and unidentified persons whose cold cases have gotten little—if any—media attention. Through narrative storytelling, primary and archival research, and expert and family interviews, The Fall Line introduces listeners to victims and survivors they’ve never heard of. . . and explores the reasons why their cases were ignored in the first place.
 
A true crime podcast. A tale of hidden evidence, unintended consequences and a wrongful conviction. Season One of Aggravating Circumstances tells the story of Destry Cord McKinney a musician, studio producer, combat medic and father. This is a continuing story so be sure to start with episode one. Season Two is the stabbing of Elisha Baxter, Season Three is The Conspiracy to Convict Tommy Hall. See more at https://aggravatingcircumstances.com/
 
You’ve heard of the wrongfully convicted being exonerated of their crimes, but what does it take to get there? Record of Wrong is a KARE 11 podcast that delves deep into the world of the criminal justice system, from the perspective of the people appealing their convictions. This six-part series hosted by KARE 11's Emily Haavik examines the towering obstacles to prove innocence after conviction, and the burden those people carry long after they have been freed. New episodes are released on T ...
 
The Innocence Project London (IPL) was established in 2010, it became a registered charity in 2020. Law and criminology students review and investigate cases of convicted individuals who have maintained their innocence but have exhausted the criminal appeals process, with the aim of submitting application to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) .
 
Nowadays it seems like everyone is fascinated or intrigued by true crime cases, whether they want to admit it or not. Best friends, Arielle and Amanda, are no different. Join them as they discuss and analyze various true crime cases from murders and abductions to unsolved mysteries. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homicidehomegirls/support
 
This is the story of the wrongful conviction of Brendan Dassey. When Brendan Dassey uttered “I’m really stupid Mum, I can’t help it” this was not the failure of a vulnerable teenager but the exposure of the systemic failings of Wisconsin's criminal justice system. This season join me as I step back into Manitowoc 2005 and explore and re-examine the factors at the heart of this profound miscarriage of justice.
 
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RUF at UVA

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RUF at UVA

Robert Cunningham

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These are sermons from RUF at UVa's Large Group meeting. RUF at UVa is a community of students seeking to learn how to love God, how to love others, and how to love this world. And yet, we are bound by the even deeper conviction that God actually loves us, that He loves our neighbors, and that He loves this world. This conviction is rooted in the person of Jesus Christ, who is the revelation of God's love and intentions for His creation. So, whether you are committed to, cynical toward, or c ...
 
This podcast is about the injustice bestowed upon Latour, a man wrongfully convicted of crimes he did not commit. And in that wrongful conviction resulted in an illegally enhanced sentence of life imprisonment and a 40 year sentence on top of that. Scant evidence, back channel deals, and false testimony all contributed to this injustice and more. These are calls from within the walls of a Texas State Prison as well as calls with those who know Latour and professional interviews.
 
Choppin' It Up With Jimmie C. is a dynamic podcast where we cover everything from sports and resiliency to mental health and integrity. We tackle social justice and human rights issues from a perspective you've never heard before. Jimmie C. Gardner was playing for a Chicago Cubs minor league team when he was falsely accused of heinous crimes and sentenced to 110 years in prison. During the 27 years he fought for his freedom before his exoneration, he prayed for the opportunity to have the mi ...
 
Not all stories have happy endings... A true crime podcast with a forensic twist. Each episode features real, horrific, bone-chilling stories to satisfy your inner forensic science itch. From fingerprinting to criminal profiling to familial DNA, we got every investigative angle covered.
 
Ever wondered how the law works? Real life lawyer, Devin Stone, is on a mission to explain the most important legal issues of the day . . . and also ruin your favorite legal TV shows. From the courthouse to Night Court, LegalEagle will break it all down and teach you how to think like a lawyer.
 
ALL INCLUSIVE is a podcast focused on inclusion, innovation, and social justice. Join Jay Ruderman as he interviews leaders and experts on the latest news, technology and advocacy for social justice. In order to make progress that will lead to an innovative future, honest discussions must be held. That is what ALL INCLUSIVE is all about. All Inclusive is a production of the Ruderman Family Foundation.
 
From international human rights and reproductive rights to cryptocurrency, the environment and beyond, this podcast explores the legal and policy challenges capturing the public interest. WilmerHale law firm Partners John Walsh, former Colorado United States Attorney, and Felicia Ellsworth, accomplished trial lawyer and national appellate advocate, provide a front-row seat to the events making headlines. In each episode, they pass the mic to those with unique perspectives on the most challen ...
 
Listen in each week while true crime enthusiasts Abby, Ericka and Bryce discuss cases that will keep you up at night. From serial killers to the mysteriously vanished, the crew pours themselves a strong cup of joe and presents real life cases followed by discussion on their thoughts and theories surrounding these events. Email us at CrimeOverCoffeePod@outlook.com for questions or to suggest cases you would like us to cover! Facebook: Crime Over Coffee Podcast Instagram: @crimeovercoffee Supp ...
 
The author of "The Case Against the West Memphis 3 Killers" follows new developments in the case, as well as other cases covered in various podcasts, televisions shows and documentaries, such as "Making a Murderer," "Truth and Justice," "The Staircase," and related news coverage, with a heavy emphasis on detailing misinformation and propaganda designed to subvert the judicial process.
 
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On November 27, 2005, Catherine Woods was found viciously stabbed to death in her Upper Eastside apartment. At the time, her ex boyfriend David Haughn stayed on her couch while she was romantically involved with Paul Cortez. When David discovered this other man, he was jealous and upset, yet Haughn did not become the prime suspect despite damning e…
 
Here comes the story of the Hurricane...so sang Bob Dylan and I am going to deliver that story right into your ear holes in a far less musical, far less gravelly way today! Rubin Carter was a championship contender during the 60's when he enjoyed a promising boxing career. One fateful night, all of this would be taken away upon a triple homicide in…
 
During this 2-part episode Ericka and Abby sit down with Lee Mendelson and Sheree Oneill to discuss the wrongful conviction of Joe Stock. Joe was convicted of a murder that occurred in Illionois in 1997. Listen to these two episodes to hear the story of the murder, the trial, Joe's innocence story and how Lee and Sheree got involved. Sources: https…
 
Steve Stout, historian and author of the book, “The Starved Rock Murders,” joins John to talk about the 1960 case in which three Chicago-area women were brutally murdered while hiking at Starved Rock State Park. The story was the subject of the recent HBO documentary series, “The Murders at Starved Rock.” https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3913729/39…
 
On our show for January 3, 2022, we will replay our 4/19/21 show when host Jeff Humfeld spoke with Ricky Kidd of, I am Resilience, about the tragedy of a wrongful conviction – Charlie Graham’s story. There is a growing realization amongst the ranks of law enforcement and the public as well that the war […] The post THE TRAGEDY OF A WRONGFUL CONVICT…
 
Tensions between roommates explode into violence, leaving one young couple murdered. What ensues includes a tense trial, a prison break, and the destruction of far more lives than anyone could imagine. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Cloud10 and iHeartPodcasts
 
This week survivor Quinn shares her story. *Content warning: This episode includes descriptions of sexual and emotional abuse of minors. ** Resources: RAINN - The National Sexual Assault Online Hotline If you’re in need of support, please contact RAINN - the United States largest anti-sexual violence organization at 1-800-656-4673 (HOPE) online.rai…
 
The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn of The Picayune Sentinel and The Daily Herald, Jon Hansen of WGN Radio and Block Club Chicago, Chicago Tribune editor and writer Lisa Donovan. and Brandon Pope from WCIU. Today, the Rascals chat about Justice Stephen Breyer retiring from the Supreme Court, the possible replacements for J…
 
Elder law attorney Kerry Peck joins John Williams to talk about how many families have been dealing with COVID, why it’s important to get estate planning done, the purpose of using Power of Attorney documents, and if there is a law that requires parents to leave assets to their children. Kerry also answers all of your elder law questions. https://s…
 
Jesse Sullivan, GOP candidate for Illinois governor, joins John to talk about why he wants to be the next governor of Illinois. Jesse Sullivan tells John a little bit about his family and education, how he plans to fix the Illinois pension crisis, why he supports term limits, his plan to combat crime, and if he supports masks and vaccine mandates. …
 
In today's episode I detail the case of the Turpin family. A family of 15, living in some of the most deplorable conditions officers in California had ever seen. Where are the Turpin children now? Has society failed them once again? We uncover this in today's episode of approached. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-O…
 
In September 2006, Cassie Jo Stoddart was a typical 16-year-old girl living in Small Town USA, more specifically: Pocatello, Idaho. Everyone who knew Cassie had nothing but amazing things to say about her. Everyone said that she was super friendly and would try to be nice to everyone she met. But what happens when someone’s kind heart is taken adva…
 
When a suburban PTA mom is arrested for a decade-old murder, her community is stunned to discover her scandalous past. This Week's Show Is Brought To You By: Pretty Litter - Health monitoring and hassle free cat litter // code: lovemurder Just Thrive Probiotics - Thriving begins here // code: LOVEMURDER Sundance Now - Start something new // code: L…
 
NFTs, or nonfungible tokens, are a bit of a tech fad at the moment, with plenty of different opinions about whether they are here to stay. But for now, they are continuing their push into the mainstream. NFTs are digital assets, like JPEGs or tweets, that can be bought and sold on a marketplace. They’re a way to make something that traditionally co…
 
Timica James promised local authorities that she would keep her family from conducting their own investigation into the death of her son, Moses “Fat Man” Williams Jr., if local authorities solved his case within ten years; on February 5th 2022, that date will pass, with Moses’ murder still unsolved. In part two of our deep dive into the life and de…
 
Miss Heard shares a misheard song lyric on Episode 126 of Meat Loaf’s epic song “I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That). We recently lost him on 1/20/22 and this episode is tribute to him and his amazing voice and acting talents from Rocky Horror Picture Show to Fight Club, and Spice World! You will learn how he got his famous one-word …
 
After Daniel Green’s last appeal and his first chance at parole were denied, his hope that he would get a chance at freedom was slipping away. Then a surprise decision from the NC Court of Appeals changes everything. It’s the first legal decision in his favor in 28 years. In this episode we talk about what a huge break this could be in the case, an…
 
Dr. Joel Ostrow, Political Science Professor and Russia expert at Benedictine University, joins John to explain why Russia is amassing troops along the Ukrainian border, what these means for people around the world, why some politicians are siding with Russia in the conflict, and what should the U.S. do if Russia does invade Ukraine. https://serve.…
 
Dr. Jeffrey Kopin, Chief Medical Officer for Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital, joins John Williams to talk about an op-ed in the Tribune that suggests that we should pivot from urging vaccination to making COVID-19 medications readily available, his thoughts about CPS’ COVID-19 Dashboard, if we are going to see an omicron specific vaccine…
 
Fulton judges greenlight special grand jury for Trump probe; Georgia’s giant probation population undercuts focus on most dangerous; In reelection year, Georgia governors take on role of ol’ Saint Nick; Old tech and omicron hampered Georgia’s COVID-19 website; Oxendine ethics case over? Not so fast, says Georgia ethics commission…
 
The last of the pandemic eviction moratoriums are winding down. New York’s ended on Jan. 15, and New Mexico’s is the only state-wide moratorium still in place. Various forms of rental assistance and other tenant protections are still available. Nevertheless, housing advocates say landlords have filed for hundreds of thousands of evictions since Mar…
 
As a 30 year veteran of the Michigan Department of Corrections, Andy Potter has gained invaluable experience doing one of the toughest jobs in the country. After years of putting this knowledge to work through his leadership in the Michigan Corrections Organization, Andy founded his own organization. One Voice United incorporates corrections office…
 
There was huge news in the gaming industry as Microsoft announced a deal to acquire Activision! You may remember Activision from such episodes as OA513: California v. Activision Blizzard, Inc in which we covered some of the disgusting sexist behavior that has landed the company in hot water. How does that affect this acquisition? Well, you might be…
 
Eric Zorn of The Picayune Sentinel and The Daily Herald joins John to break down some stories that are making news this week including former Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke being released from prison on February 3rd after serving more than three years for the murder of Laquan McDonald, and Illinois State Rep. Kelly Cassidy introducing a bill…
 
The latest effort to reign in Big Tech cleared a procedural step in the Senate last week, moving one step closer to a floor vote. The American Innovation and Choice Online Act would prevent big tech firms from giving preference to their own products and services. According to some lawmakers, that unfairly stifles competition. Though the bill has bi…
 
#108 - In October 2009, Bobby Jamison, his wife Sherilynn and daughter Madyson mysteriously disappeared. The left their home in Eufaula, Oklahoma to look at a 40-acre plot of land near Red Oak they considered buying. When the police were notified about their disappearance, they found the family's abandoned truck in the woods with their dog still in…
 
For the first half of our show for January 25th, 2022, host Bev Livingston, Founder of Mothers of Incarcerated Sons & Daughters will speak with four members, each of who has an incarcerated loved one, a child, sibling, or significant other. They will share the tremendous impact that stems from having a loved one in […] The post A RADIO HOUR ABOUT T…
 
Bob is joined by friend and fellow podcaster Maggie Freleng. The two catch up on life in general, and dig into Maggie’s trials and tribulations creating “Murder in Alliance”. Also Maggie let’s us know about some up and coming projects. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-…
 
John Williams, Bob Kessler and Kevin Powell talk about the value of a 4-year college degree. Do you really need to attend a university to achieve career success? John and crew are also joined by Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of Chicago’s top staffing agency the LaSalle Network, who offers his take on the worth of a college education. https://serve.ca…
 
Georgia’s year of strong job growth ends with big December gain; Georgia hospitals plead for public to help lower COVID-19 spread; Fulton DA requests special grand jury for Trump probe; Georgia’s year of strong job growth ends with big December gain; Perdue calls for new election police unit in Georgia…
 
Announcing Season 2 of In the Public Interest, a podcast from WilmerHale! Tune in for an update on our hosts and a preview of what to expect this season. From international human rights and reproductive rights to cryptocurrency, the environment and beyond, this podcast explores the legal and policy challenges capturing the public interest. WilmerHa…
 
Even before the pandemic, the economy was seeing a shift to automation as companies looked for cheaper, more efficient ways to build their products or serve more customers. Now, the pandemic has led to staffing shortages in multiple industries and has accelerated the trend, which means in the future you may be more likely to order your food with a …
 
It's a good news/bad news type of day. The bad news - voting rights has failed in the Senate due to... exactly the two Senators you'd think. But here's the great news! First, the Supreme Court ruled against Trump about the Jan 6th documents! Andrew gives us the full breakdown. And the double good news: We've got an interview with House Rep Raja Kri…
 
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