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What if I wrote letters to notorious criminals in jail and NEVER mentioned their crimes? Would they write me back? Each episode of PRISON SENTENCES, focuses on one criminal, the letter I wrote to them and the one I got back. In other words, a prisoner sentenced to life, writing someone who needs to get a life. PRISON SENTENCES. Where my humour… is the real crime.
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Every week, host Anton Vialtsin (California attorney and YouTuber) discusses legal cases from the Supreme Court, 9th Circuit, and California State Courts. We focus on the First, Second, Fourth, Fifth, and Eighth Amendments. We make predictions and scrutinize the law. Anton Vialtsin handled over a hundred federal criminal cases from initial client interviews through sentencing. He has an in-depth knowledge of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, the Federal Criminal Codes and Rules, mandatory-m ...
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Licensed to Live

Jarret Patton MD | Pediatrician | Professional Consultant | Executive Coach

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Dr. Jarret Patton, board-certified pediatrician thought all was lost when accused of a crime he did not commit. After clearing his name, he now is committed to assisting doctors, lawyers, champions, and public officials to be prepared before and recover from finding themselves handcuffed by a situation that threatens their credentials, livelihood, career, family or even their life. When a professional feels dissed, disengaged, disgruntled, disenfranchised, or disempowered, a trusted guide he ...
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Over a million people a year will face sentencing. For a client and their loved ones, it will be the most important day of their lives. Unlike at trial, there is virtually no limit to the kind of information a lawyer can credibly present to advocate for their client and demonstrate their humanity at sentencing. My passion is helping lawyers and clients craft their most compelling sentencing narratives. So, I was inspired to create this new podcast drawing on my 25+ years of criminal defense ...
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The creator of Mueller, She Wrote, Allison Gill, and former Deputy Director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe, are documenting the federal trials of Trump. With the help of expert guests, they analyze court filings, letters, strategies, and regulations to take you through the Special Counsel process that could lead to the conviction of Donald J. Trump.
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Welcome. The purpose of this podcast and it's blog is to help educate and empower those who have or had a loved one in prison. Raising awareness one story at a time. Did you know that the chances are very high that someone you know has had a loved one incarcerated? Or maybe you are part of the millions of people in the US population who has had a loved one in the prison system? This Podcast is for you. Indirectly we are all affected, and if you have a loved one in prison you are probably doi ...
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Sentencing Matters

Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council

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The Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council provides independent research and advice, seeks public views and promotes community understanding of sentencing matters.
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Sentences Podcast

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Sentences explores the criminal (in)justice system by sharing stories from the communities most affected. This includes, but is not limited to, currently or formerly incarcerated folks, family members and loved ones of formerly and currently incarcerated folks, and anyone else affected by the prison industrial complex. We believe stories help break down barriers and highlight our commonalities. Hosted by Alfred, Lizette, and José.
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Sentence to Paragraph

Daryll Lynne Evans, James Stegall, Molly Martin

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Daryll Lynne Evans, Molly K. Martin, and James Stegall talk with authors on their writing craft, teaching, struggling through obstacles, and the joy of the writer's life.
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Coffee Break Spanish

Coffee Break Languages

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Learn Spanish in coffee-break lessons from the Radio Lingua Network. In each lesson we'll focus on the language you need to know and before long you'll be making yourself understood with native Spanish speakers. Season 1 lessons are for absolute beginners, and the courses increase in difficulty as the seasons progress. 386357 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Three essential stories to round off your working day. Explaining the big topics and news from Africa, the people behind them, plus an African perspective on global stories. Hosted by Audrey Brown. Five days a week, ready by late afternoon, Monday to Friday.
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Bailey Sarian, a professional makeup artist and true crime aficionado, is now bringing episodes of her YouTube series “Murder, Mystery & Makeup” to podcast! Covering anything from cannibals to cover-ups. Join us on this journey. It’ll be fun, we promise. Idk. lol.
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GeekWire brings you the week's latest technology news, trends and insights, covering the world of technology from our home base in Seattle. Our regular news podcast features commentary and analysis from our editors and reporters, plus interviews with special guests.
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Words to live by and die for. Life Sentences provides a pathway to greater knowledge and drive for inquiry through multiple wells of literature: fiction, poetry film, non-fiction, and speeches. Through Life Sentences, people are more engaged, edified, and hungry to read more. Hosted by Quintin Pastrana. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Unsupervised Learning is a Security, AI, and Meaning-focused podcast that looks at how best to thrive as humans in a post-AI world. It combines original ideas, analysis, and mental models to bring not just the news, but why it matters and how to respond.
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On a winter morning in 1982, two young fathers were found shot to death in a van parked outside an upscale Utah restaurant. The killer soon confessed, but his story about what happened - and why he chose violence - would create more pain, conflict, and questions for the families left in the wake of the murders. As the families of the men struggle to rebuild their lives, they face questions they never anticipated. Does everyone deserve a second chance? Who is forgiveness for? And if you can i ...
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Prison Professors

Michael Santos hosts daily podcasts on Prison Professors to help people und

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At Prison Professors, our team offers strategies and insight for people who want to avoid investigations or get the best outcomes if authorities have targeted them. Michael Santos, our host, served 26 years in federal prison. Learn how to prepare. Contact us at Team@PrisonProfessors.com. For more information, call or text: 949-205-6056.
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Arizona’s Family journalists Briana Whitney and Serjio Hernandez take a deep dive into both unsolved and solved cases around Arizona — retracing steps, uncovering new evidence, and revealing new theories from those involved in the investigations.
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Every week, join Vinnie Politan for the Court TV Podcast. He'll dive into the real-life deceptions, betrayals and murders that lead to justice in the courtroom. If you love geeking-out on trials and crime, you’ve landed on the perfect spot.
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Welcome to strong verbs, short sentences. A podcast about the words used by black historical figures and the words used against them. As when used poorly, words can destroy their intended target. When used well, they bring healing to the wounded soul. Each episode uncovers a pinnacle story of how a black figure used their words and how it has gone on to unravel in society today
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Join me for a non sequitur playful moment where I attempt to inspire creativity by talking about ideas for T-shirts and possible first sentences for your personal writing projects. This is a just some guy production brought to you by the Hopefulhumanist Cafe. Cover art photo by https://www.instagram.com/jacktthunter/
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Three news stories summarized & contextualized by analytic journalist Colin Wright. China’s youth unemployment eased in April Summary: New data from the Chinese National Bureau of Statistics indicate that the jobless rate amongst the country’s 16-to-24-year-old demographic (excluding those enrolled in school) dropped to 14.7% in April, which is dow…
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Thoughts on GPT-4o, Dell's API Hack, Russian Campus Campaigns, Google's Pretend Work, and more… Subscribe to the newsletter at: https://danielmiessler.com/subscribe Join the UL community at: https://danielmiessler.com/upgrade Follow on X: https://twitter.com/danielmiessler Follow on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielmiessler See you in th…
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Spencer Sunshine joins us to talk about a book that is as cheery as his name suggests: it has Nazis, Industrial Music, Child P*rnography, Charles Manson, Neo-folk, Black Metal, At*mwaffen. It appears that the edgy Feral House guys of the 80s and 90s weren't ironic Nazis - they were Nazi Nazis, and Spencer has the receipts.…
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A Swiss court has sentenced ex-Gambian minister,Ousman Sonko to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity. Mr Sonko fled to Switzerland in 2016. He was arrested and had been in custody since 2017, after a human rights group based in Geneva filed a criminal complaint against him. Audrey speaks with Fatoumatta Sandeng, the daughter of the tortur…
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Join Kayla Victor, the Chair of the Connecting for Justice International Conference, and Julia Lazareck, founder of Prison The Hidden Sentence and president of Prison Families Alliance, as they discuss the significance of this year's event, emphasizing the importance of sharing stories and gaining insights from diverse perspectives. From individual…
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An Astana court has sentenced former Kazakhstani Economy Minister Kuandyk Bishimbayev to 24 years in prison for the murder of his wife, Saltanat Nukenova. Bakytzhan Baizhanov, a relative of Bishimbayev, was sentenced to four years in prison on charges of concealing and failing to report the murder. Saltanat Nukenova died in November 2023 after Bish…
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The pre-sentence report is arguably the most crucial sentencing document. Not only does it serve as a vital tool for judges during sentencing, but it also acts as the “bible” that the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) relies on to make critical decisions about our clients. Unfortunately, many lawyers struggle to properly prepare their clients or ensure the r…
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Conversation on community sentencing, with perspectives from an offender and a victims’ expert, as well as leading academic Fergus McNeill, professor of criminology and social work. Sheriff Krista Johnston also explains how sentencing decisions are reached in court and journalist Alan Richardson talks about his experience as a court reporter.…
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The families of Jordan Rasmussen and Buddy Booth realize the end of a trial doesn’t mean the end of their struggles. And only a year after Michael Moore is handed two life sentences, he makes a case for early release. But is the killer ready to take responsibility for the damage he caused? For more on the Letter Season 2: Ripple Effect, including p…
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Donald Trump has submitted his motion to dismiss the Florida espionage and obstruction charges based on vindictive and selective prosecution. Trump argues (erroneously and weakly) that his conduct was similar to that of Mike Pence and Joe Biden. Walt Nauta’s grand jury testimony has been released. With a few notable exceptions, it’s mostly the same…
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This week on the GeekWire Podcast, we discuss Amazon's efforts to compete with Trader Joe's, and the related tactics revealed in "The Everything War," the new book by Dana Mattioli of the Wall Street Journal. We also revisit last week's episode with Mattioli and share some of the reactions to the discussion. Plus, the FTC probes Amazon's internal u…
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What makes a great sentence? It’s something English Professor Jeff Noh and his creative writing students could debate for hours. “A sentence is often a temporary place you visit on your way to the next sentence,” says Noh. “Some writers certainly are obsessed with the sentence and think about it as an enormous, capacious kind of thing. I think it's…
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