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Reasonable Doubt

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Reasonable Doubt

PodcastOne / Carolla Digital

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World-renowned criminal defense lawyer Mark Geragos reveals the latest in our nation's most high-profile legal cases with podcast king Adam Carolla. In addition to examining how current law affects society, current events are brought to the forefront, as Geragos brings significant details from past and present experiences. Geragos has made notable marks on the legal system while representing Scott Peterson, Michael Jackson, Susan McDougal, Colin Kaepernick and more.
 
People know their hometowns by streets, a favorite restaurant or the local mall. Crime Reporter Nancy Hixt knows hers by the crime scenes she's been to over the past 20 years. Journey deep inside some of Canada’s most high-profile criminal cases. Each episode will take you inside the story to give you details you didn't hear on the news. New episodes every other week. Winner of the 2020 Edward R. Murrow Award (RTDNA).
 
2 Women. 1 Podcast. We Saw the Devil is a true crime podcast that deep-dives into fascinating criminal cases, both solved and unsolved. We discuss both lesser-known and major international cases, turning over every rock and exploring every nook and cranny of the crimes. On this show, you don't have to wait 30 minutes through our life story to get into the action.
 
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Women and Crime

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Women and Crime

Dr. Meghan Sacks and Dr. Amy Shlosberg

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Two Criminologists cover a new female-focused story each episode and examine how women fare in the criminal justice system. We’ll explore the causes of female crime, victimology, as well as celebrate heroines who have left their mark on the criminal justice system. Dr Meghan Sacks and Dr Amy Shlosberg are both Associate Professors of Criminology at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Both have years of first-hand experience working with offenders and professionals in the criminal justice system. ...
 
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 ...
 
Unsolved murders, missing persons, and the unexplained. Killin Missin Hidden publishes a new episode every Tuesday. Hosted by a former Alabama criminal defense attorney, we dig deep into each case, trying to find answers for those questions that haven't been resolved. If you like what you hear, subscribe and share us with a friend!
 
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!
 
For more than 6 years Foul Play™️ has been creating crime series based on our own investigation. Our cases are introduced in individual seasons and feature interviews from involved parties. We have helped to identify 3 Jane Doe victims, solve a serial killer case from the 1980s, and continue to work on the unsolved murder of Sister Cathy as featured in Netflix's docu-series 'The Keepers'. Hosted by crime journalist Shane Waters & Wendy Cee
 
Nominated for the BEST TRUE-CRIME PODCAST award at the British Podcast Awards, Murder Mile is a uniquely different UK true-crime podcast, presented as an audio guided walk of 300+ of London’s untold, unsolved and (often) forgotten murder cases, all within and beyond the West End. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Criminal Behaviorology is the synthesis of criminology and behavior analysis. This podcast reviews areas of importance to both fields and explores new possibilities. Criminal Behaviorology is a podcast for all those interested in crime, psychology, history, and improving the world we live in. Contact: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Cover art photo provided by David von Diemar on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@emotionspicture Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology/support
 
Host June Grasso speaks with prominent attorneys and legal scholars, analyzing major legal issues and cases in the news. The show examines all aspects of the legal profession, from intellectual property to criminal law, from bankruptcy to securities law, drawing on the deep research tools of BloombergLaw.com.
 
Criminal Broads is a true crime + history podcast about wild women who’ve ended up on the wrong side of the law, whether for leading a cult, serially murdering their husbands, swindling billionaires, or faking ectoplasm. The podcast is hosted by Tori Telfer, author of “Lady Killers: Deadly Women Throughout History.”
 
The Business of Criminal Law helps criminal defense lawyers build thriving practices. Joshua Baron interviews criminal defense lawyers and industry experts to learn how to market and run a successful criminal defense practice. Topics include: how to build referral relationships, how co-counsel relationships can help you take big cases, and how to enjoy practicing criminal defense law.
 
An Australian true crime podcast based in Adelaide, city of churches and sinners.Adelaide has a reputation it can't seem to shake, the murder capital of Australia. This podcast has a distinctly laid back approach to the gruesome topics covered. Seeking to shed light on many under reported cases, the semi anonymous host flies solo most of the time with the occasional guest host, gin & tonic. The podcast is accidentally funny, and also has serious in your face feel that is truly Australian. Ne ...
 
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Sworn

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Sworn

iHeartRadio and Tenderfoot TV

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From the producers of Up and Vanished, Sworn pulls back the curtain on the criminal justice system, exposing the untold stories and hard truths behind major cases. Host Philip Holloway, a defense attorney and former prosecutor with a background in law enforcement, not only digs into the legal aspects of these cases but the emotional consequences of their outcomes.
 
Ada, OK may be in national headlines for The Innocent Man, book & series, but there's so much more murder & corruption than any story has every told. This is a Southern True Crime Podcast from long time friends Raven Rollins & Holly Archer where they discuss cases from their home town of Ada, OK & many other cases around the OK & TX area. They have combined experience in the medical field, first response, law, investigation, & criminal justice, giving this podcast a unique perspective on the ...
 
Join Lillee & TJ here every Friday as they discuss some of the craziest criminal malpractice cases in history. If you are fascinated with true crime and have a passion for medicine--we have the perfect podcast for you. From mutilated genitalia to organ transplants gone wrong, this podcast will have your jaw dropping before your doctor can make you say, “Ahhh!”
 
Do you want to know what Jeffrey Epstein and his friends got away with? The Prince and the Pervert Podcast examines the cases of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. You won’t believe it until you hear it. We cover everything from their arrests, to his trial, to his death. The Prince & the Pervert Podcast takes you on an investigative journey into the world of Jeffrey Epstein, from his early days as a child prodigy to his eventual arrest in July 2019 for sex trafficking minors. We’ll explo ...
 
There's a new neighbour on the True Crime block! On each episode of Reward Offered, your host Amanda Doyle, will take you on a deep dive into unsolved Australian cases that have financial rewards for relevant information. Reward values vary up to $2Million. How much is your information worth?
 
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) .
 
We are a couple out of the New York City area that has always had a fascination with not just true crime but human nature in general. What drives a criminal to commit a crime? What makes a person's crimes escalate? Is evil something one is born with or does it manifest over time? On this bi-weekly podcast we want to discuss some of the crimes we have discussed for years. We hope you enjoy!
 
The Carolina Justice Report is a podcast from The Lovely Law Firm, located in Myrtle Beach, SC. The podcast features information, interviews and commentary on personal injury law, criminal law and community safety topics. The Lovely Law Firm represents clients in Myrtle Beach and surrounding areas with criminal and personal injury cases. https://www.justiceislovely.com/ Firms past performance and experience does not guarantee future results. No fee if no recovery. Injury cases are handled on ...
 
Conversations about crime and justice narrative in all its forms. We will interview audio-visual and literary storytellers about how and why they create crime and trial stories. We will also speak with criminal justice experts about how they present compelling narratives for criminal cases and for public policy initiatives to jurors, judges, legislators and the general public. Hosted by Crime Story Publisher/Editor Kary Antholis
 
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Criminal Behaviorology The Sylvia Likens Case: The Infamous Indiana Torture Slaying The murder of Sylvia Likens is one of the most horrific cases on record. In July of 1965, Sylvia and her younger sister Jenny Likens moved into the home of Gertrude Baniszewski, to be cared for while their parents were working out of state. On October 26th, 1965, 16…
 
David Yaffe-Bellany, Bloomberg Legal Reporter, discusses the group, "Parents for Peace," a nonprofit that specializes in deradicalizing people who are drawn to extremist ideas, from jihad to QAnon. Joanna Schwartz, a professor at UCLA Law School and an expert in qualified immunity, discusses the Supreme Court siding with police in two cases involvi…
 
In our first episode of Season 3, and our annual Podiversary Spooky Season Special, we talk about the Ghost Town of Picher, OK, It's history, and the strange happenings there. Like, really explicit content, bro. www.thesirenspodcast.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesirenspodcast/message…
 
Growing up in the city of Jos in central Nigeria, Panshak Zamani better known as Ice Prince, never set out to become a musician. But through personal loss and the violent crisis he saw unfolding on the streets, he found solace in singing and rap. Panshak tells Anu Anand how he overcame his struggles to write a hit song that became one of the most r…
 
In Part 92, Judge Mader assesses the dismissal of a vehicular manslaughter case based on evidence of faulty brakes. The Judge also explores some of the specific legal perils faced by a defendant who decides to represent themselves when accused of a sex crime.By Kary Antholis, Katherine Mader, Jody O'Keefe
 
Former federal prosecutor Jennifer Rodgers, a Lecturer-in-Law at Columbia Law School, discusses the House voting to hold former Trump advisor Steve Bannon in criminal contempt and whether the Justice Department will prosecute Bannon. Former federal prosecutor Mark Lytle, a partner at Nixon Peabody, discusses the prosecution of a former Boeing pilot…
 
More information about this episode's guest, Sheila Regehr (as seen here, on Basic Income Canada Network): Sheila is a founding member of the Basic Income Canada Network and former Executive Director of the National Council of Welfare. Her 29 years of federal public service spanned front-line work, policy analysis and development, international rel…
 
Bob Ney and Steve Bowers attempt to assess the significance or insignificance of Congress declaring Bannon in contempt, discuss the different ways are being discussed to pay trillions for social infrastructure and reflecting on the Haiti kidnapping (victims are from Bob's area in Ohio) in this October 22nd conversation from Blue Suede Forever.…
 
The story of two famous friends — Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini — and the disagreement that ended their friendship: can we speak to the dead? Read Rose Mackenberg's essays in Tony Wolf's book, Houdini's Girl Detective: The Real-Life Ghost-Busting Adventures of Rose Mackenberg. Say hello on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Sign up for our…
 
This week we wrap up our two-part series on the infamous Dr. Death case. After heavy lobbying from Dr. Henderson and Dr. Kirby leads to Dr. Dunstch (aka Dr. Death) getting his license revoked in Texas, they worry about his ability to get a license in another state. Soon, they convince Dallas law enforcement to pick up the case, and all of Dr. Dunts…
 
What do you do when your country won't let you leave? One group of defectors from the Soviet Union hatched a desperate plan: they'd pretend they were on their way to a wedding, then they'd hijack their plane and fly it out of the country. Content note: This episode discusses antisemitism in the Soviet Union and the Zionist movement. Sources and sho…
 
For nearly 30 years Bobby and Cheryl Love lived a very ordinary married life together in New York. They raised four children, worked hard, attended church…but Cheryl could never shake the feeling that Bobby was hiding something from her. It was in 2015 that she finally found out the truth, when armed police burst through the door of their apartment…
 
When a young man claiming to be an heir to the Rockefeller estate turns up in a silver Ferrari in The Hamptons in the US, the rich and the famous invite him into their lives. Many are dazzled by his expensive lifestyle so when he offers extraordinary returns on investments, the money pours in. But Christophe is not a Rockefeller and he has no inten…
 
Adam and Mark link up in-studio for a mid week Best Hour and they open the show discussing the currently happening walkout of Netflix employees protesting trans rights amid Dave Chappelle's recent special 'The Closer'. Next Mark pivots to Steve Bannon as they discuss his ignoring a subpoena from the January 6th Commission as well as the details sur…
 
This is Part One of Two of The Abuse of Jane Andrews. On Sunday 17th September 2000, after a romantic break in the French Riviera, the couple retired to bed. Their relationship was a tempestuous one, tensions were high and by the morning, Tommy would be dead. But did Jane kill him in an act of self-defence, or was this a cold-blooded and brutal mur…
 
The act of taking someone’s life through poisoning has been around since Ancient Rome and Greece, when it was the preferred method of assassination. Plants like nightshade, hemlock, oleander, and snakeroot were often mixed into a target’s food or drink. These natural poisons became less useful in Medieval Europe, when antidotes were developed for m…
 
Jim and Lisa discuss the coroner’s report for Gabby Petito’s autopsy. Lisa has questions about the crime scene and details on the manner of death…and what that may tell us about her offender. Jim talks about the Coroner Brent Blue’s comment about “other domestic abuse cases” that are not getting this kind of media coverage. Gabby Petito’s family ha…
 
Bob Ney and Steve Bowers go into detail on the procedure to get a $2 Trillion compromise through House and Senate (Bob has been there). Plus, Bannon in Contempt - Does that Matter? And who is benefitting from the supply chain disruption. (Conversation October 20, 2021 - Victoria Jones Birthday) Plug at the beginning for an Ellis interview on The Ca…
 
What to look out for if you are bitten by a dog. What to check on your insurance policy if you own a dog! The Lovely Law Firm represents clients in Myrtle Beach, Charleston and surrounding areas with criminal and personal injury cases. https://www.justiceislovely.com/ Firms past performance and experience does not guarantee future results. No fee i…
 
Erik Ramsey was seriously injured in a car crash when he was 16 years old. He became locked-in and lost all voluntary muscle function except for the ability to move his eyes up and down. His father Eddie, desperate to help his son communicate, reached out to neurologist and neuroscientist Dr Phil Kennedy. Phil was known for his pioneering work help…
 
Episode #91 // The Napa Valley Massacre In 2004, a killer would break into a house of 3 female roommates- Adriane Insogna, Lauren Meanza, and Leslie Messare . 2 of the 3 women would not survive. The only clue police had to work with was some discarded cigarette butts. Why did the killer target these women? Was this a random killer, or someone much …
 
Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyers want you to believe she is a victim of a travesty of justice. They are asking for certain coconspirator statements put on the record. Which coconspirators is she referring to? Her team is requesting her firey 2016 Deposition be excluded. There is a motion to exclude items seized by police on Oct 20 2005 by police when th…
 
Our full re-watch of the Friday the 13th franchise continues with Friday the 13th: The New Blood and Friday the 13th: Jason Takes Manhattan, then we discuss our horror watches including The Haunted Vagina, Nocturnal, No One Goes Alone, There's Someone Inside Your House, No One Gets Out Alive, VHS 94, The Blade in the Dark, You're Next, Black as Nig…
 
On March 16, 1989, Lloyd Witter and Jomo Kenyatta sustained several gunshot wounds at a residence in Jamaica, Queens. Witter died from his injuries. Paul Anderson, who also lived at the residence, was found handcuffed near Witter’s body. Under questioning, both Kenyatta and Anderson provided at least a half dozen different versions of the story tha…
 
Patricia Hurtado, Bloomberg legal reporter, discusses the college admissions scandal and the likely appeals issues for the two parents convicted at trial. John Blume, a professor at Cornell Law School and Director of the Cornell Death Penalty Project, discusses the Supreme Court's arguments over the reinstatement of the death sentence for the Bosto…
 
Joseph J. Ellis discusses the American Revolution .. our first civil war? Not exactly, but the colonists had a power source the British did not understand and could not defeat. However, "The Cause" was understood differently in every state .. even in every community. Joseph Ellis and Steve Bowers talk past and today in this October 19th conversatio…
 
Tom Marcus - not his real name - was a spy; an undercover agent for the British security agency, MI5. For several months, he pretended to be a homeless man living on the streets of London. He went to great lengths to blend in, and it was all worth it when he ended up preventing two coaches full of school children from being blown up. He gave this i…
 
We have some curiously named pubs in the UK and the world. Many have interesting stories and today we will look at a few. Twitter: the historical crimes and criminals podcast heritagecalling.com/2020/06/24/11-listed-pubs-with-fascinating-histories/ www.rte.ie/lifestyle/travel/2020/0824/1160911-some-of-the-most-remarkable-irish-pubs-from-around-the-…
 
Zach and Addie were inseparable lovers who survived the great Katrina Hurricane of August 2005. Sadly, both suffered from significant mental health issues and were not healthy for each other. Both drank heavily, which amped up Zach's depression and made Addie violent. Then there were the drugs. As explosive as their relationship was, no one could h…
 
Ep 60: Did a Facebook war between a young woman and a young couple inspire a savage act of violence or was this rivalry about something much more than words on a screen. How did this Catfish lead to murder? Support the Show through our Sponsors: Green Chef – Go to GreenChef.com/women125 and use code ‘women125’ to get $125 off including free shippin…
 
In 2014, on the first long weekend of the summer, a Calgary mother went to her parents’ home to pick up her five-year-old son following a sleepover. When she got there, all three were missing. Who would kidnap a five-year-old child and his grandparents, and why? It was the start of one of the longest Amber Alerts in Canadian history and a race agai…
 
In this episode, a family claims a family member has become possessed by a demon. When a young man challenges the demon in an attempt to save his friend, he may have gotten more than he bargained for. He would later claim that demons drove him to commit a brutal murder. Resources: “By Demons Possessed” by Lynn Darling for The Washington Post, Septe…
 
Harold Krent, a professor at the Chicago-Kent College of Law, discusses vaccine mandate bans in states like Texas and Florida that conflict with federal vaccine mandates. M.C Sungaila, the chair of the appellate practice at Buchalter, discusses a new case the Supreme Court will hear and the fight to regain an impressionist painting stolen by the Na…
 
According to Cambodian folklore, Sieu Do was born with a ‘cloak of good fortune’. His family believed it helped them to survive under the brutal regime in the late 1970s. Sieu was a teenager who could speak seven languages. This made him a target for the Khmer Rouge, who wanted to exterminate the educated classes. But those language skills would sa…
 
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