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Truth & Justice is a true crowdsourced investigation in real time. Host, Bob Ruff, asks listeners to help with investigations as he takes on a new potential wrongful conviction case every season. The subject of Season 10 is the 1996 murder of Houston woman, Catalina Palomino, and the possible wrongful conviction of 15 year old Jennifer Jeffley. Join the investigation!
 
Sometimes challenging, often disturbing, occasionally absurd, always timely: Criminal Injustice explores the most complex and urgent issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system in conversation with the field's most knowledgeable experts. Professor David Harris and guests take on everything from racial bias to use of force... from surveillance technology to mass incarceration... and from police abuse and misconduct to the astonishing, frequently hilarious misdeeds of "Lawyers Behaving Badl ...
 
Welcome to Trading Justice! Trading Justice brings a fresh and powerful approach to teaching people how to invest in the financial markets. We produce podcasts, trading videos, blog posts and newsletters to educate and entertain you at the same time. Our commitment level is unmatched. When you become a member of the Trading Justice community you’ll get support from your first step. Our unbridled desire is to help you find success.
 
The podcast which examines the place of kindness, hope and compassion within the justice system. It tells personal stories that show how these very values are saving lives on a daily basis. Each episode is a chapter taken from a book called Humane Justice, published by the charity Khulisa as part of the Monument Fellowship - a collective of eight organisations that work together to transform the journeys people take through our justice system. You can download the book for free at www.khulis ...
 
Formerly the Living Presence Podcast. Part social commentary, part spiritual reflection, part biblical study and part prayers for an aching world, *do justice. the podcast* examines the intersection of faith and the secular through a faith-based, social justice lens. Hosted by Bri-anne Swan, *do justice.* is brought to you by Shining Waters Regional Council, an administrative grouping within the United Church of Canada. --SOCIAL MEDIA-- https://www.facebook.com/shiningwatersregionalcouncil h ...
 
Generation Justice’s mission is to inspire youth to become media makers committed to social transformation. Generation Justice trains teens to approach journalism from a social justice and media justice framework. This is a multi-media project that gives voice to activism– locally, nationally and internationally. The end desire of Generation Justice is that youth will leave our program more educated about community strengths and problems and that they will have the, critical thinking, inter- ...
 
In All Fairness is a Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice podcast channel welcoming representatives from the legal community and exploring how we can all contribute to improving the administration of justice in Canada. Legal professionals will benefit from informed discussions on key issues, essential knowledge and insights to strengthen their practice. En toute justice est une série de balados de l’Institut canadien d’administration de la justice qui donne la parole à différ ...
 
A podcast series from the Transitional Justice Institute (TJI) at Ulster University in Northern Ireland, sharing our public lectures and events from key scholars and practitioners. The TJI is a world-leading research institute investigating themes of conflict, transitional justice, human rights, gender and international law. Learn more about our research, public events, taught postgraduate programmes (LLM Human Rights Law and Transitional Justice; LLM Gender, Conflict and Human Rights) and o ...
 
“Justice Talks in Wyoming” is presented by the University of Wyoming, College of Law Defender Aid Clinic. Our mission is to educate the public about serious issues within the nation’s criminal justice system. Our intention is to critically analyze, investigate, and scrutinize the criminal justice system and the law through our research and interviews.
 
John Carpay, founder and president of The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, talks about the issues--legal, political and cultural--that concern him most. The Justice Centre (website jccf.ca) has been going strong for ten years, so there is a lot to discuss. With facilitator and producer Kevin Steel, each week John will bring you up to date on the latest, as well as provide insights about the law and the fight for freedom.
 
Workplace Justice is a podcast discussing workplace issues. We cover topics and examples of various matters in employment law including pregnancy discrimination, how courts define a hostile work environment, whistleblowing, and everything in between. Workplace Justice is brought to you by the New York City employment and civil rights law firm Nisar Law Group. To talk to an employment lawyer at Nisar Law Group, visit http://www.nisarlaw.com or call 212-600-9534 for a free case evaluation.
 
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Carmen Balber and Nourbese Flint, Executive Director of Black Women for Wellness Action Project, close out Black Maternal Health Week with a conversation about legislation to close racial maternal health disparities and improve birth outcomes for all moms in California.
 
In any profession, it is a curve ball when any skilled person is no longer available. This could be due to death, illness, disability, retirement or just plain turnover at the employer. I looked into succession plans and have some guidance from LITC Administration. There are things to think about when it comes to case review, grant reporting, conta…
 
Jason DeRusha and Scott Johnson join Justice & Drew to share their daily analysis of the Derek Chauvin trial, and they give their thoughts on the testimonies that occurred this week, how we came very close to a mistrial, and what we might be able to expect heading in to closing arguments on Monday. Later, they talked with Kurt Daudt about how the N…
 
Police officers are dying. They are being killed almost every day, and it is a national tragedy. When an officer is involved in a citizen’s death, that is also a tragedy, but what is the reason these things happen? Can we re-arrange our society and our expectations of law enforcement? Maybe we can change what we have our cops enforce and what they …
 
In this episode of Talk Justice, LSC President Ron Flagg discusses how non-lawyer court navigators are expanding access to justice with Mary McClymont, adjunct professor and senior fellow at The Justice Lab, Georgetown University Law Center. McClymont directed a recent Justice Lab survey of how these navigators are assisting self-represented litiga…
 
Troisième épisode d’une série de quatre portant sur la lutte contre les agressions sexuelles, animés par Viviane Lavergne. Avec Élizabeth Corte, juge en chef de la Cour du Québec de 2009 à 2016, et Julie Desrosiers, professeure titulaire à la Faculté de droit de l’Université Laval, en droit pénal et criminel.…
 
Today I am covering a case from 1991 that absolutely shook Austin Texas to its core when Sergeant John Jones got the call that the I Can't Believe it’s Yogurt shop was on fire and soon discovered the bodies of 4 teenage girls inside. Their cases were collectively coined the yogurt shop murders and it’s one of the most notorious and puzzling cases f…
 
Rob Paulsen has voiced over 250 characters in animation television, movies, and video games. Famously, he is both Yakko Warner and Pinky on this hit show Animaniacs. He has also been on two Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.In addition to his voice-acting career, he is also the host of his own podcast. On Talkin' Toons, he interviews voice actors…
 
Jill Lovell is a passionate educator who, for the good part of 20 years spent her life in Mozambique, empowering and educating some of the poorest and underserved communities in Africa. Throughout her career she has overseen various programs, providing education expertise with a number of organizations, and for the last seven years has been with Mi…
 
The TJI was delighted to welcome Professor Karen Engle to discuss her important new book: 'The Grip of Sexual Violence: Feminists Interventions in International Law' published by Stanford University Press (2020). The monograph traces three decades of feminist engagement with international law and institutions with a focus on how and why both femini…
 
Did you know that Boston played a major role in the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? I didn't. Turns out Boston was where he got his PhD, studied with his mentor Howard Thurman, and met Coretta Scott. Clearly, Boston was a significant place in both their lives. In 2022 a sculpture will be installed on the Boston Common in honor of them both. Bu…
 
Although Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are hitting the mainstream, the way the law will treat them is still undeveloped. In this episode, we talk about how and whether the First and Fourth Amendments might apply to cryptocurrency, what kind of protection they offer, and ways to make sure the law develops in a way that protects innovation and o…
 
Welcome back to Space of Justice hosted, Michael A. Betts, II (he/him/his). This week Michael sits down with three brilliant Black Durham based artists, Brittany Barbee, Shay Hendricks, and Anthony Patterson who have a storied history with both the University and Durham. In the wake of the murders of Ahmaud Aubrey, George Floyd, Brianna Taylor, and…
 
In the US, the local prosecutor – usu the district attorney has a huge influence on the criminal system. The DA influences who gets prosecuted, for what, how long they serve if convicted – even who gets the death penalty. So what happens when the usual tough on crime DA gets replaced – by someone determined to bring transformational change to prose…
 
Photo by Andrew Coop on Unsplash. Cropped. That’s because when you combine them and wind them up all, they open a gateway to hell. – Madman This episode was recorded March 30, 2021. Names have been changed to protect the innocent. And since nobody involved is innocent, no names were changed. Agenda: Fucking with Widge’s head about audio quality Bra…
 
In this episode, Coach Tyler Craig joins us to discuss April's Trading Justice newsletter 'A Beginners Guide to Interest Rates'. Tim and Tyler talk about the role interest rates play in the economy and markets for consumers and investors. Listen in to the conversation to learn more about interest rates, the yield curve, how inflation impacts intere…
 
Dealing with a creepy guy? Give him the John's Justice number to get him to leave you alone. The creepiest voicemails get played on air. Need the John's Justice number? Slide in Intern John's DMs @InternJohnRadio on Twitter/Facebook/Instagram! Today's voicemails include: a guy who wants someone to celebrate baseball with, a guy wanting to watch you…
 
Brenda Birungi, AKA Lady Unchained, works to prove that there is life after prison. Through her poetry she tells her own personal story, and the stories of those with experience of the criminal justice system. In her essay, she shares her own experiences of kindness in prison. Brenda's essay comes from the book Humane Justice, published by the char…
 
April 18, 2017, a day that will forever be etched into the minds of the families of Rhonda Jones, Kristin Bennett, and the lives of many folks in Robeson County. April 18, 2017, the day two women’s lives came to a brutal end. 4 years later we are here to tell you their names, to tell you their story, and to seek the truth.…
 
Social Justice Alchemy with the Anarcho-Tomunists. Blog (with transcripts) - https://surgoshan.blogspot.com/ SJA Podcast - http://www.buzzsprout.com/182448 YouTube Channels - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5efDOe2Woce52_nR5fNsGg https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHc3lNYZVAPpWumofccX5Og https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC67Yp-W3zaRvhMGPdCkEU7A Patr…
 
For our show on April 12, 2021, host Bev Livingston, Founder of MISD, will speak with Christopher Limber, Artistic Director of Prison Performing Arts (PPA), which, for over two decades has helped prisoners, returning citizens, and justice-involved youth build second acts through engagement with the arts. PPA is a multi-discipline, literacy and perf…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, a Brennan Center fellow and professor at Stetson University, to discuss how, when it comes to corporate influence over politics, money talks - but should it actually speak? From Georgia boycotts to campaign finance, and Mitch McConnell’s apparent new take on Citizens United. In our Slat…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to The Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast. A show for criminal justice professionals, hosted and created by a Criminal Justice Professional. If you are a first-time listener, welcome. We know you are going to love the show. If you are a long-time listener, welcome back. Please take a moment and rate and review this s…
 
Law Professor Dorothy Brown speaks with political economist Keval Bharadia and Taxcast host and producer Naomi Fowler about her book just released in the United States called: ‘The Whiteness of Wealth: how the US tax system impoverishes black Americans – and how we can fix it.’ Transcript with additional links to further reading: https://www.taxjus…
 
In this episode on the four-part manipulation series, Fr. Harry, Dcn. Ronnie, Renee discussed the following: Define manipulation. What are some examples of manipulation? Why is manipulation wrong? Why do people manipulate others? What are the goals of a manipulator?RED-C Catholic Radio による
 
Government officials are now floating the idea of vaccine passports. Is this a violation of our constitutional and/or privacy rights? Scientifically, we have little evidence about the long term effects of the various vaccinations. They're still at the experimental stage. To be talking about health passports now tips the bureaucrats' hand. It's more…
 
Professor Kim Holst, of Arizona State University, shares strategies for addressing social justice issues in her Advocacy classes. Note: The exercise Professor Holst discusses uses a case containing the word “negro.” The hesitant manner in which students approach the use of the word when discussing the case is one way that students encounter discomf…
 
This podcast contains real-life recordings of children which some listeners may find distressing. In this episode Edwina talks to Sarah Burrows, founder of Children Heard and Seen, a charity that supports children who have a parent in prison. These children often face stigma, isolation and trauma and have nowhere to go for help which is what motiva…
 
Pour cette 26ème édition de votre Podcast Francophone sur la Justice Fiscale en Afrique et dans le Monde, nous vous emmenons en République Démocratique du Congo, dans la localité de Lubumbashi. A travers un reportage de Modeste Kambala, nous vous faisons vivre les opinions des populations de ce pays si riches mais avec des gros taux de Pauvreté. Le…
 
Jesus is executed, just like so many men and women around the world. What does it mean to endorse the punishment used to kill Christ? What are the ways people with profound truths are scapegoated? SCRIPTURE: Mark 15:21-41 The Death of Jesus MUSIC: "Friday Morning" by Sydney Carter, "Underground" by Ainsley McNeaney, "Courage" by The Tragically Hip …
 
On this episode of Justice, One Client at a Time, we look at the rise in prescription drug fraud, and a particular case where a doctor pled guilty to multiple drug frauds. The post Drug Fraud Charges Leads To Doctor’s Arrest first appeared on Brill Legal Group, P.C..Brill Legal Group による
 
Susan Long took the last bus home after spending the night dancing, yet she would never return home, and 51 years later - her murderer is yet to be caught. Lady Justice is a true-crime podcast; therefore deals with incidents of violence, disturbing imagery and explicit content. Listener discretion is advised. The Lady Justice Podcast wishes to offe…
 
Join an incredible conversation with Justin Whitmel Earley, author of The Common Rule, as he shares with Jedd how through a major life crisis God’s grace and the wisdom of friends unexpectedly introduced him to a whole new way of life...and all that has happened since.Christian Alliance for Orphans による
 
In this Works of Justice episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Erika Cohn, Peabody and Emmy Award-winning director and producer. Her newest documentary, "Belly of the Beast," exposes modern-day eugenics and reproductive injustice in California women's prisons. This moving and informative interview followed a private screening of the film fo…
 
Dr. Jamie Binnall, author of Twenty Million Angry Men: The Case for Including Convicted Felons in Our Jury System, discusses the exclusion of persons with felony convictions from jury service.Prof. Lauren McLane による
 
Workplace bullying is a growing problem in America and at a shocking rate almost comparable to an epidemic. Science continues to prove that when left unaddressed, it can cause insurmountable physical and mental health problems. Cases of workplace bullying are growing leaps and bounds and calls for a legal route of relief. It needs a law. We talked …
 
Episode 55 is not one to be missed. Host Dominick Crea has returning Expert Guests, Andrew Garrett of Garrett Discovery and Patrick Eller of Metadata Forensics on to discuss the issues facing their industry. This episode dives into the obstacles Experts focusing on science face when up against those who claim to be "experts" yet use agenda and rela…
 
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