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Oct 30, 2020

The Loyola Project For the Innocent (LPI) in Los Angeles, CA works to exonerate the wrongfully convicted.  Lead attorneys Paula Mitchell and Adam Grant join Crime Redefined to describe the unique experience that their clinic provides for students who are passionate about criminal law. Check out this video for more...


Jul 17, 2020

Timothy T. Williams, Jr. is a nationally renowned expert in police procedure, use of force, and wrongful convictions.  He joins Crime Redefined to discuss his timely book A Deep Dive:  An Expert Analysis of Police Procedure, Use of Force, and Wrongful Convictions, as well as George Floyd, Elijah McClain and high-profile...


Apr 29, 2020

Michael McAuliffe is a formal federal prosecutor in the Washington, DC civil rights division of the Department of Justice, and author of ‘No Truth Left To Tell.’ The novel centers around a disturbing re-emergence of the Ku Klux Klan in 1990’s Louisiana and the twists and turns of a resulting investigation and...


Mar 31, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc on the criminal justice system. What can possibly be done to prevent the deadly virus from spreading like wildfire through our jails and prisons?  As the justice system grinds to a halt in Los Angeles and around the world, existing issues of fairness and efficiency have been...


Jan 2, 2019

Celebrated legal writer John Grisham’s “Eight reasons for America's shameful number of wrongful convictions” L.A. Times article is broken down with real-world examples and possible fixes. Hosted by Dion Mitchell and Mehul B. Anjaria.