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Criminology is a true crime podcast that takes a deep dive into some of the most famous cases in the annals of crime. Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Morford will give you every details of these infamous crimes. New episodes come out every Saturday night at 10 PM.
 
Host Joseph Arvidson takes his listeners on an exploratory journey of criminology and society's responses to the age old dilemma of responding to society's criminal element. Merging the established R-N-R correctional approach with emerging desistance models, this show illustrates how adopting a holistic lens best serves justice involved individuals.
 
Welcome to the Beyond Fear Podcast. We are your hosts, Alexa Sardina and Alissa Ackerman. This podcast is a labor of love, created by two friends and criminologists who have spent their entire careers studying everything about sex crimes.The twist? We are also both survivors of sexual violence and as "survivor scholars" we approach our work with both hats on.Join us as we take you Beyond Fear.Check out our website at www.beyondfearpodcast.com and follow us on Twitter @fearcrimes and Instagra ...
 
Forensic InService discusses the application of psychiatric, psychological, and social work evidence-based practice to matters of assessment and treatment, law, corrections, crime, and delinquency. We examine such concerns as the insanity defense, the high incarceration rate of individuals with mental illness, encounters with law enforcement, and the community management of sex offenders, as well as such macro concerns as the availability of treatment services, public perceptions of people w ...
 
Journalists from KTXL FOX40 News in Sacramento dig deeper into some of California's infamous crimes serial killers and cold cases. Through in-depth interviews with the victims, their families and the original investigators you get a glimpse into the terror, pain and heartbreak these people caused.
 
This collection comprises lectures and seminars from the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge, UK, which has a worldwide reputation for excellence in both research and teaching. The Institute, founded by Sir Leon Radzinowicz 50 years ago, was one of the first criminological institutes in Europe and has exerted a strong influence on the development of the discipline. Many of the academic staff are international leaders in their fields. Staff hail from multidisciplinary inte ...
 
FOR THE ARCHIVE OF ALL EPISODES, PLEASE VISIT https://www.mixcloud.com/restorative-researchers/ Podcasts from the Community of Restorative Researchers. Each episode highlights innovative practice, groundbreaking research or the stories of key individuals involved in restorative justice/practice in some capacity. Download, listen, share, comment, be interviewed, conduct interviews, make suggestions - please get involved in any way you would like! Please join us on social media at: www.faceboo ...
 
Dr. Christopher Whitt hosts "Margins," a WVIK podcast featuring conversations with change agents from around the Quad Cities area, as well as across the country. These discussions focus on groups of people who are marginalized politically and socially, and the people working to provide change for those communities. "We need to take the time to have these conversations so people can hear new perspectives — so people who are doing the hard work, who are leading, who are trying to push for chan ...
 
Ipse Dixit is a podcast on legal scholarship. Each episode of Ipse Dixit features a different guest discussing their scholarship. The podcast also features several special series. "From the Archives" consists historical recordings potentially of interest to legal scholars and lawyers. "The Homicide Squad" consists of investigations of the true stories behind different murder ballads, as well as examples of how different musicians have interpreted the song over time. "The Day Antitrust Died?" ...
 
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
 
From the people who brought you Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic?, and Who Killed...?, comes a brand new podcast, My Passion Case. Every true crime podcast fan has a passion case or a case they just can’t shake. But have you have ever wondered what cases your favorite podcasters are most passionate about?
 
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Between 2003 and 2009, ten women disappeared from the Rocky Mount area. Nine of them were found murdered in wooded areas near Seven Bridges Road, just outside of town. One woman remains missing to this day. All of the female victims were black and had a history of drugs and prostitution. Because of this, many people have said that the police didn't…
 
Dr. Eric Connolly is an assistant professor at the Sam Houston State University. He received his Ph.D. from Florida State University. Dr. Connolly specializes in biosocial criminology. He is particularly interested in examining how genetic and environmental factors influence antisocial behavior at different stages of the life course. He currently s…
 
In this episode, Dr. Jeffrey Ian Ross, Professor in the School of Criminal Justice and College of Public Affairs and Research Fellow at the Center for International and Comparative Law and the Schaefer Center for Public Policy at the University of Baltimore, discusses his work on street culture and convict criminology. Ross begins by explaining the…
 
A Small Foreign Fact Check is hosted by Jill Goguen. Follow the show on Twitter and Instagram at SmallForeignFC. The show can be reached at SmallForeignFC@gmail.com. If you liked the show, please rate and review. As a new show, your reviews are so helpful in getting word out about the show. Save our Stages Fundraiser information: Donate $5 or more …
 
A Small Foreign Fact Check is hosted by Jill Goguen. Follow the show on Twitter and Instagram at SmallForeignFC. The show can be reached at SmallForeignFC@gmail.com. If you liked the show, please rate and review. As a new show, your reviews are so helpful in getting word out about the show. Save our Stages Fundraiser information: Donate $5 or more …
 
Copyright in a Nutshell for Artists & Filmmakers Brian L. Frye Introduction Hello! Welcome to this introduction to copyright for artists and filmmakers. I’m Brian L. Frye. I’m a professor of law at the University of Kentucky College of Law, where I teach copyright law, among other things. But I’m also an artist and a filmmaker. I earned an MFA in f…
 
In this episode, Carmen G. Gonzalez, Morris I. Leibman Professor of Law at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, discusses her article "Climate Change, Race, and Migration," which is published in the Journal of Law and Political Economy. Gonzalez begins by explaining the relationship between capitalism and climate change. She observes that the g…
 
This week we chat with David Adams! David joins us from the south of England to share with us his inspiring story! We learn from a true subject matter expert when it comes to desistance from crime! Links below as referenced in the show!! Everest Reform Project: https://www.everestreform.co.uk/ Growth Alliance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnfT6X…
 
Bonus content is finally here! Welcome to the first episode of The Faction! In this first episode we induct Jamar Edoho into the Faction and discuss San Diego true crime including the Rebecca Zahau case, the "I Just Don't Like Mondays" shooting and everyone's favorite Nike-sporting cult, Heaven's Gate. Join us for all of this and more on this bonus…
 
In this episode, Tara Leigh Grove, Charles E. Tweedy, Jr. Endowed Chairholder in Law at the University of Alabama School of Law, discusses her article "Which Textualism?," which is published in the Harvard Law Review. Grove begins by explaining the conventional understanding of statutory interpretation as a disagreement between purposivism and text…
 
In this episode, Elizabeth Berenguer, Associate Professor of Law at Stetson University College of Law, discusses her article "Gut Renovations: Using Critical and Comparative Rhetoric to Remodel How the Law Addresses Privilege and Power," which is co-authored by Lucy Jewel and Teri A. McMurtry-Chubb, and which will be published in the Harvard Latinx…
 
In this episode, Ilan Wurman, Associate Professor of Law at Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, discusses his new book "The Second Founding: An Introduction to the Fourteenth Amendment," which is published by Cambridge University Press. Wurman begins by explaining his concept of constitutional originalism and how it applies…
 
Two women thought they'd met the man of their dreams. But one of them would be found dead of mysterious circumstances and one would go missing never to be seen again. Would justice prevail to convict Drew Peterson for these crimes? Resources: Marcia Clark Investigates the First 48: Drew Peterson, Investigation Discovery Channel, April 5, 2018 Justi…
 
We unpack PIC-R and ABC theories of criminality with the help of client Clarence Brown's backstory! Then fast forward to the present day for his probation violation hearing. If you train risk assessment involving the acquisition of Criminogenic Needs, this is a must listen!! Supplement your training!! Desistance overview: https://www.youtube.com/wa…
 
In this episode, Roy Shapira, Associate Professor at IDC Herzliya in Israel, discusses his book "Law and Reputation: How the Legal System Shapes Behavior by Producing Information," which is published by Cambridge University Press. Shapira begins by describing the law and economics argument that reputation effects can make legal enforcement unnecess…
 
In this episode, Etienne C. Toussaint, Associate Professor of Law at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law, discusses his article "Dismantling The Master’s House: Toward A Justice-Based Theory of Community Economic Development," which is published in the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform. Drawing on per…
 
In this episode, Marie-Amélie George, Assistant Professor of Law at Wake Forest Law, discusses her article "Expanding LGBT," which will be published in the Florida Law Review. George begins by providing a brief history of the LGBT movement. She introduces the concept of LGBTQIA, which includes queer, intersex, and asexual persons. She explores how …
 
In this episode, G. Alex Sinha, Assistant Professor of Law at Quinnipiac University School of Law, discusses his article "Virtuous Law-Breaking," which will be published in the Washington University Jurisprudence Review. Sinha begins by explaining what virtue ethics and virtue jurisprudence are, and how they differ from other ethical and jurisprude…
 
On October 13, 1932, Guy A. Thompson, President of the American Bar Association, delivered an address in Washington, D.C., on the occasion of the laying of the cornerstone for the new Supreme Court Building. The address was recorded on an acetate disc, which was donated to the Supreme Court by Thompson's grandson. The recording begins with a report…
 
A Small Foreign Fact Check is hosted by Jill Goguen. Follow the show on Twitter and Instagram at SmallForeignFC. The show can be reached at SmallForeignFC@gmail.com. If you liked the show, please rate and review. As a new show, your reviews are so helpful in getting word out about the show. Save our Stages Fundraiser information: Donate $5 or more …
 
A teenager goes missing in Morgan Hill, California never to be seen again. It would take meticulous detective work to prove she'd been the victim of a murder and bring her killer to justice. "Disappearance tests 'no-body' murder cases" by Jenna Lyons for The San Francisco Chronicle, Jan 16, 2017 Statement of Facts: Santa Clara County Sheriff's Offi…
 
In this episode, Samantha Zyontz, postdoctoral research fellow in intellectual property at Stanford Law School and a fellow of the Stanford Center for Law and the Biosciences, discusses her new article Does Alice Target Patent Trolls?, coauthored with Mark Lemley. They argue that the Supreme Court’s 2014 patent-eligibility decision in Alice v. CLS …
 
During the fall of 1971, 10-year-old Cheryll Spegal was brutally abducted, raped, and murdered in Highland Heights, Kentucky. Her killer has never been found. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the abduction and murder of Cheryll Spegal. Cheryll was a fifth-grader who was on her way to the school bus when she vanished. That day also happened to be …
 
In this very special Halloween episode, we take a "stab" at assessing two of our fright night favorites...Frankenstein's Monster and The Wolf Man! What Criminogenic variables might these two possess, and what on earth would their case plans looks like!? Tune in if you dare...and remember to keep telling yourself...it's only a podcast...its only a p…
 
In this episode, Dan L. Burk, Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the AI Global Public Policy Institute at the University of California Irvine School of Law, discusses his article "Thirty-Six Views of Copyright Authorship, By Jackson Pollock," which will be published in the Houston Law Review. Burk begins by explaining the origin …
 
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