Sunday, June 24, 2012

Rehabilitation w/ Charlie Sullivan

While the public supports rehabilitating criminal offenders, the State isn't so keen on it. Charlie Sullivan, co-founder of Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants (CURE), has done more than almost anyone to try and change the State's thinking. How well has he succeeded? Join us to find out!

On iTunes here, or if you haven't iTunes, here.

You can contact CURE here.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Deterrence w/ David Kennedy

How can we deter people from committing crimes? According to Professor David Kennedy, rather than waiting to incarcerate offenders, we should actually sit them down and discuss the consequences of their actions. Sound crazy? The evidence shows otherwise.

Listen to the episode on iTunes here, or, if you're technologically behind, here.

You can buy Professor Kennedy's newest work here.

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Exonerated w/ Jeffrey Deskovic

In our second interview with Jeffrey Deskovic, a man imprisoned 16 years for a rape and murder that he did not commit, we go over Jeffrey's exoneration, his struggles for compensation, and the eventual establishment of the Jeffrey Desckovic Foundation for Justice.

Listen on iTunes here, or, if you haven't iTunes, here.

You can donate to Jeffrey's foundation here

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Life in Prison w/ Jeffrey Deskovic

At the age of sixteen Jeffrey Mark Deskovic was falsely convicted of the rape and murder of a fellow classmate. In this interview, Jeffrey discusses his arrest, trial, and sixteen year imprisonment for a crime that he did not commit. If you think that you know anything about our nation's penal system, listen up.

Listen to the episode on iTunes here, or here

Donate to the Jeffrey Deskovic Foundation for Justice here in order to help prevent future wrongful convictions. 

Note: This is part 1 of a 2 part interview.