10 Best Miscarriage Of Justice Podcasts
Miscarriage Of Justice Podcasts
Here are 10 Best Miscarriage Of Justice Podcasts worth listening to in 2023
New York City, New York, US
Based on the files of the lawyers who freed them, Wrongful Conviction features interviews with men and women who have spent decades in prison for crimes they did not commit some of them had even been sentenced to death. These are their stories.
Play⋅ 97K⋅ 8.8K ⋅2 episodes / week ⋅ Avg Length 47 min ⋅ Sep 2020 Get Email Contact
2. Court Junkie
Chicago, Illinois, US
Imagine being wrongfully convicted for a crime you didn't commit, or imagine your child's killer is still on the loose even though there's enough evidence for an arrest. I want to help shine light on the injustices of our judicial system. I delve into court documents, attend trials, and interview those close to the case to help me tell their stories.
Also in Crime Podcasts, True Crime Podcasts, Court Podcasts
Play⋅ 13.6K ⋅2 episodes / week ⋅ Avg Length 57 min Get Email Contact
3. 13 Alibis
New York City, New York, US
How did a man who claims he had 13 alibi witnesses get convicted of murder and serve 20 years in prison? In this original series from Dateline NBC, producer Dan Slepian chronicles the case of Richard Rosario, who was convicted of a 1996 murder in New York City. Rosario has always insisted that he is innocent, and that 13 alibi witnesses will swear he was a thousand miles away in Florida while the crime was happening in New York. Ride along in real time as Slepian spends two years digging deep into Rosario case in a quest for the truth.
Also in NBC News Podcasts
Play⋅ 10.2M⋅ 9.4M ⋅6 episodes / quarter ⋅ Avg Length 10 min ⋅ May 2019 Get Email Contact
On the 7th of August 1985, five members of the Bamber family were murdered in a crime that fascinated the nation. Initially believed to have been murder-suicide committed by Sheila Caffell, it was the only surviving member, Jeremy Bamber, who was eventually convicted of the crime. This podcast takes a deep dive into the case, speaking to experts, authors, and the Jeremy Bamber campaign in a bid to establish the truth. What really did happen during the early hours of the 7th of August and could there have been a serious miscarriage of justice?
Play 3 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 18 min ⋅ Feb 2020 Get Email Contact
The Snyder Cut, DCEU, and the end of American Empire. Zack Snyder's Justice League didn't just happen: in this show, we explore how we got here, where we're headed, and how we can get out.
Play Mar 2021 Get Email Contact
London, England, UK
Hosted by investigative journalist and former police detective Mark Williams-Thomas, this podcast explores possible miscarriages of justice in a variety of cases, ranging from terrorism to murder, to missing people. Each episode asks, does the evidence collected by the police and presented in court stand up to scrutiny, or are people in jail for crimes they did not commit? You will be placed at the center of these investigations where you, as the armchair detective, piece together the evidence and decide: are these convictions safe, or did our justice system get it wrong?
Play⋅ 315 ⋅5 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 41 min ⋅ Apr 2020 Get Email Contact
The host, Emily, currently works in criminal defence in the UK and, as a true crime fanatic, started The Student's Verdict blog which focused on cults, horrifying criminal cases and miscarriages of justice. Now she is stepping into the world of podcasting with The Student's Verdict podcast which will focus on historic criminal cases from the archives, missing persons cases and unusual deaths.
Play⋅ 110⋅ 2.9K ⋅ May 2020 Get Email Contact
This is the story of the wrongful conviction of Brendan Dassey. When Brendan Dassey uttered 'I'm really stupid Mum, I can't help it' this was not the failure of a vulnerable teenager but the exposure of the systemic failings of Wisconsin's criminal justice system. This season join me as I step back into Manitowoc 2005 and explore and re-examine the factors at the heart of this profound miscarriage of justice.
Play⋅ 21K ⋅ Apr 2020 Get Email Contact
9. Case Cache
Welcome to Case Cache! A one-woman true-crime podcast focusing on Canadian law, casefiles, and (alleged) injustices. A typical episode involves me combing through many sources and critically analyzing cases within the context of existing criminological theory. I plan on posting episodes monthly or bi-monthly, exploring how individual cases may link to systemic issues, miscarriages of justice, landmark decisions, and legal technicalities. I hope you join me in exploring the world of Canadian law!
Also in Canadian Law Podcasts
Play Jan 2021 Get Email Contact
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