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Best Brian Horace podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Brian Horace podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Rodney Gupton was convicted of shooting at a car based on the eye witness testimony of a 17 year old girl. Years later, the 17 year old witness, now a social worker in her mid thirties, came forward and admitted that she lied based on pressure from her high school boyfriend.By California Innocence Project
Brian Banks was one of the best high school football plays in the country when he was falsely accused of rape by one of his classmates. Years later, after Brian had already served six years in prison for a crime he did not commit, his accuser came forward and admitted that she lied.By California Innocence Project
The governor of every state has the power to grant clemency and free any inmate within the state prison system. In 2013, 3 lawyers from the California Innocence Project walked 712 miles (from San Diego to Sacramento) to deliver clemency petitions on behalf of 12 of their innocent clients to Governor Jerry Brown.…
When a witness walks into a courtroom and points at a defendant and says, "I'm 100% sure that that's the person who committed the crime," that's very powerful evidence. We now know that bad identifications is one of the leading causes of wrongful convictions in America. Guy Miles was convicted of a bank robbery in Orange County, even though he was …
California Innocence Project client Kimberly Long was released from prison a year ago after spending more than seven years in prison for a crime she did not commit. She lost so much in those seven years, but most of all, watching her children grow up.By California Innocence Project
The California Innocence Project was founded in 1999. Since its inception, CIP has freed 27 people who have collectively served more than 350 years in prison for crimes they did not commit. Project Director Justin Brooks was inspired to begin the project after he represented an innocent woman on death row who was sentenced to death on a plea bargai…
Steve Wiseman of The Herald-Sun in Durham, North Carolina joins the Speak of the Devil podcast today to discuss Duke moving onto to the Sweet 16, there match up with Tom Izzo and Michigan State. Discussion will also include a look around the rest of the bracket and whether or not Florida Gulf Coast University can keep things going against Florida.…
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