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Netflix recently featured Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,a 2019 American biographical crime thriller film about the life of serial killer Ted Bundy. The film is based on Bundy’s former girlfriend Elizabeth Kendall’s memoir, The Phantom Prince: My Life with Ted Bundy. The film stars Zac Efron as Bundy,[2] Lily Collins as Kendall, Kaya Sc…
 
Imagine being told the most famous man on the planet, Michael Jackson, wants you to be his lawyer. You are then flown to Florida, met by people you don’t know, taken to a remote island, sat in a room and questioned by strangers. In the back of the room their is a familiar face. Michael Jackson. That was Tom Mesereau’s job interview to represent the…
 
The New York Post wrote the following about famous Mob Lawyer, Jerry McMahon. When wiseguys have a rat problem, they don’t call an exterminator — they dial defense lawyer Gerald McMahon. “No one does rats like I do,” McMahon boasted to The Post. “My specialty is cross-examining rats. I have good instincts.” In this episode, McMahon takes us through…
 
Netflix has done it again with true crime documentary “The Staircase.” The riveting series follows the murder trial of Michael Peterson. Like “Making a Murderer” the documentary is in real time, so you actually experience the trial as if it were occurring while you are watching, including the jury verdict! In this episode, David S. Rudolf, the lead…
 
In this episode, Jason Baldwin tells us about being accused of murder, going through the trial and conviction, and being in jail for 18 years for something he says he had nothing to do with. His story is one of tremendous suffering, yet he does not hold a grudge against his accusers, even to this day. In fact, he works full time with an organizatio…
 
The West Memphis 3 is our featured case this week. The unbelievable story involves 3 tanagers who were imprisoned for 2 decades for a horrific triple murder they maintained they didn’t commit. The story tells like a modern day Salem Witch trial. The conviction was based on a fairly tale like theory of a Satanic worship. In reality, the three accuse…
 
In 2010 two Freshman at Rutgers began their adult life together in a shared dorm room. They didn’t know each other but their lives would be forever changed by their room assignment together. Just two weeks into their first semester, Dharun Ravi spied on his roommate Tyler Clementi using a webcam. He saw his roommate being intimate with an older man…
 
In this episode, host Rich Lomurro talks to Ken Wagner about one of the most famous and misunderstood cases in American history, the McDonald’s Hot Coffee Case. The case launched a campaign by big business on the issue of tort reform. What started as a case about a woman who was severely and permanently injured by a defective product, turned into a…
 
Retired LAPD detective Greg Kading takes us deep into the infamous unsolved murder cases of Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G. Kading led a task force created by the LAPD to try and solve the murder cases. Kading wrote a book about his experience called “Murder Rap”. In the book, he details exactly who he believes committed the gruesome killings…
 
Jerry Buting gained worldwide fame after “Making a Murderer” was released on Netflix. He, along with Dean Strang, represented Steven Avery, who was charged and convicted of the murder of Teresa Halbach. The series revealed some very questionable police work and exposed dangerous deficiencies in the American justice system. Jerry talks about his goa…
 
Dean Strang, rose to fame with the incredible Netflix documentary “Making a Murderer” where he served as one-half of the Steven Avery defense team during his murder trial. The now famous story followed Steven Avery, who served 18 years in prison for a sexual assault he did not commit, was released and exonerated, only to be charged by the same pros…
 
Dean Strang, rose to fame with the incredible Netflix documentary “Making a Murderer” where he served as one-half of the Steven Avery defense team during his murder trial. The now famous story followed Steven Avery, who served 18 years in prison for a sexual assault he did not commit, was released and exonerated, only to be charged by the same pros…
 
In Part 2 of our interview with Alan Dershowitz we discuss the Mike Tyson Rape case, the O.J. Simpson case and much more. Professor Dershowitz explains how he believes Mike Tyson was factually innocent and was wrongfully convicted mainly because of the trial court not allowing key evidence to be presented. We also talk about how Bill Clinton’s now …
 
Part One of our interview with Alan Dershowitz focuses on the battle between free speech and obesity that was waged during the 70’s. Harry Reems, an actor in the famous “Deep Throat” porn movie was charged with conspiracy for his role and faced 5 years in prison. Alan Dershowitz reversed his conviction and won a giant victory for free speech in Ame…
 
Part Two of our interview focuses on the O.J. Simpson Trial, currently Bailey’s most famous case. He is known as “O.J.’s last defender” and not only does he maintain O.J.’s innocence in Part Two, but he tells us in detail who DID commit the murders… it wasn’t O.J. You have to hear it to believe it. Bailey was one of the “dream team” lawyers who rep…
 
Hi everyone and welcome to the first ever Under Oath podcast. In our first episode, our guest is the legendary trial lawyer, F. Lee Bailey. The interview exceeded our expectations and went an hour so it has to be split into two episodes. Talk about setting the bar high. If you enjoy it half as much as I did, this podcast will be a great success. Pa…
 
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