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I like the story,and I understand the need to pay for it, but on average half of the podcast is ads for square space, rav 4’s, etc. I drive to work, and often hear only a few minutes of the podast because the ads are so long
Host has a great voice. Story is okay. Overall enjoying it and would listen to another story by Saki if only because I like his demeanor.
The justice system in this country is so f-ed up. Great podcast.
Could be a novel. Gripping and intriguing. You will love this.
If you are into interesting stories about criminal justice, this is the podcast for you. Another great story by the team at Gimlet.
Enjoyed this host and his take on Bronx New York corruption and case. Interesting characters looked into!
Chuck Norris can play dubstep on a harp.
Unbelievable story. Clever and balanced reporting. Saki and Manny are amazing people. GB
The reporting and storytelling in the podcast is amazing - providing so many view points and even that of the reporter which I found so compelling and honest. It highlights so many issues of modern day US justice system. Worth listening to. GB
GREAT podcast - brilliant story with twists and turns. Great investigation GB
The creative is the place where no one else has ever been. You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. What you'll discover will be wonderful. What you'll discover is yourself.
In law, a conviction is the verdict that usually results when a court of law finds a defendant guilty of a crime. The opposite of a conviction is an acquittal (that is, "not guilty"). In Scotland and in the Netherlands, there can also be a verdict of "not proven", which counts as an acquittal. There are also cases in which the court orders that a defendant not be convicted, despite being found guilty; in England, Wales, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand the mechanism for this is a discharge. For a host of reasons, the criminal justice system is not perfect: sometimes guilty defendants are acquitted, while innocent people are convicted. Appeal mechanisms and post conviction relief procedures may mitigate the effects of a conviction to some extent. An error which results in the conviction of an innocent person is known as a miscarriage of justice. After a defendant is convicted, the court determines the appropriate sentence as a punishment. Furthermore, the conviction may lead to results beyond the terms of the sentence itself. Such ramifications are known as the collateral consequences of criminal charges. A minor conviction is a warning conviction, and it does not affect the defendant but does serve as a warning.A history of convictions are called antecedents, known colloquially as "previous" in the United Kingdom, and "priors" in the United States and Australia. The history of convictions also shows that a minor law conviction can be prosecuted as any individual's punishment.. Concert Band,
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