170.The Trial of Ralph Stokes Part 1 of 4 — Still Doing Time

Ralph Stokes has been in prison for 41 years, convicted of murdering 3 people at Smoking Joe’s Restaurant in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Did he do it? Or was an innocent man convicted of a crime he didn’t commit?

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The Death of Katie Autry Part 2

We conclude our look at the murder of Katie Autry with more discussion of Luke Goodrum’s trial. What evidence did the prosecution have? And who actually killed Katie?

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167. The Death of Katie Autry Part 1 of 2 — College Days

When a college student was raped and murdered, police arrested a suspect who pleaded guilty. But did he act alone? Or did someone get away with murder?

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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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156. The Salem Witch Trials — Witchy Woman

Everyone has heard of the witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts, and we all know the indelible mark they left on the American consciousness. But what caused them? And what can we learn?

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Legal Briefs 17: Adnan Syed and the Murder of Hae Min Lee

To the delight of many, Adnan Syed was released from prison this week, his conviction for murdering Hae Min Lee vacated. Surprisingly, this was the result of the state’s own motion. How did this happen? What arguments did the state make? And did the court get it right? Listen on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Legal Briefs 10. Harris v. State and Rule 403

It was a story that outraged the nation–Justin Harris left his son to die in a hot car while he sexted with an underage girl. He was convicted of murder, but the nation was outraged again when the Georgia Supreme Court vacated his conviction. Why did they do it, and did they get it right? Join us for a dive into the rules of evidence and Rule 403.

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