162. Scott Peterson is Guilty

Last time, it took us six episodes to conclude that Scott Peterson is guilty. In a stunning exercise of restraint, we’re going to condense all the evidence of his guilt down to one. And it’s a lot.

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161. Where are the Hoggle Children? — Family Portrait

When Catherine Hoggle’s young daughter and son disappeared, she disappeared with them. But when she was found, she was found alone. And the children? They were somewhere safe, she said. That was 2014, and the kids haven’t been seen since. In the meantime, Catherine has been in a mental facility, waiting to see whether she will ever be mentally competent to stand trial. Is Hoggle competent? And more importantly, where are Sarah and Jacob Hoggle?

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160. Our Conversation with Kristen Mittelman of Othram, Inc. — Jigsaw Puzzle

Join us for a fascinating discussion of DNA and genetic genealogy with one of the best in the field.

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Legal Briefs 21. NetChoice and Internet Freedom

If a social media company decides to censor what you can say on their platform, is there anything you can do about it? Or does the First Amendment give them carte blanche to do whatever they want? Check it out here or wherever you get your podcasts.

Below, you’ll find some discussions of the case as well as the Fifth Circuit decision and Eleventh Circuit decision.