Undisclosed

Undisclosed

Published by: Undisclosed

347 Episodes | First Released: Apr 12 '15
The Undisclosed podcast investigates wrongful convictions, and the U.S. criminal justice system, by taking a closer look at the perpetration of a crime, its investigation, the trial, and ultimate verdict... and finding new evidence that never made it to court.
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Family shared - Nik
Dec 22 '19
Rating:   10
Fantastic pod; can’t stop listening!

I love Undisclosed! Deeply appreciate the way this highly complementary team of three lawyers dissects these cases and explains them (to the degree they can be explained). I learn about the blind spots in our justice system and how the falsely convicted can be victimized and spend their lives in prison trying to get justice. I think the core of Susan, Rabia and Colin complement each other very well, so when the three of them are working together on a case the show is at its strongest. When others have gotten involved I haven’t been nearly as enthused.

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Karthain
Dec 21 '19
Rating:   10
Great Podcast

I love this podcast. All the people complaining about Susan are missing the fact that she finds things that others miss. That makes her invaluable to the podcast and the people it’s trying to help. Also I have no problems understanding what Susan is saying, and her voice is fine. All three of the hosts are very intelligent and are enjoyable to listen to. People wrongfully in prisoned need a podcast like this especially with someone like Susan on it.

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pibe_eric
Dec 20 '19
Rating:   10
In-depth, enthralling, detailed

I got hooked from the beginning with their Adnan Syed season and have listened to every episode (and many Addendums). The quality of analysis

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SorryJoe
Dec 20 '19
Rating:   8
Feedback on Addendums

I’ve listened from the beginning and will keep doing so but I have to give you feedback on the addendums and specifically Rebecca. She is absolutely intolerable. Regardless of her own success hosting her own show, she is everything I detest in true crime hosts. I’ve lost love ones to violent crime and as a victims’ loved one I can’t support hosts who exploit the crimes in a dishy, trashy manner. Rebecca is definitely walking a line. In this show, she is nearly obsessed with Greg Lance’s sex life; she mentions it nearly every episode. In addendum 9 she accuses him of stepping out, although it’s been acknowledged that he had an open relationship. News to Rebecca, people are free to sleep around with who they like! If no ones getting hurt it’s none of your business. Rabia handled it with grace. Rebecca is supposed to be an advocate but she’s constantly passing irrelevant judgements on the participants in the case. So unnecessary and honestly, hurts the great work your team is doing. She mentions her husbands book often (so shameless) and Rabia is discreetly trying to reel her in several times an episode. I like how she recaps each episode at the top of the addendum but she is truly awful. I will always support you guys but I’m afraid Rebecca will just weaken your cause. If she continues to host addendums I’ll stop listening to those for sure. Rebecca, these are real victims! Both the dead and the wrongly convicted! They are not for your entertainment and gush sessions. Get some empathy!

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Britkeogan
Dec 18 '19
Rating:   8
Colin is the reason I listen

I LOVE how detailed this podcast is. All that info, people could learn SO MUCH about how our justice system works by listening to these three amazing and experienced people! But obviously Colin is the only one with experience with public speaking and the reason I’ve listened as long as I have. I have listened from the very beginning, and just CAN NOT listen to Susan without getting frustrated. I want to hear what she has to say but she’s so hard to keep up with. Rabia is better, but sounds like she has a cold all the time. I’ve listened to so many episodes but when ever Susan starts talking, I lose focus and have to turn it off. Slow down girl!! Hey producers: Take her audio clips and slow them down before publishing the episode. Something, anything! She needs to slooooow down. There are MANY reviews saying this exact same thing, so maybe it’s time to listen, eh? And cut the swearing out. It’s not needed. Aaaand it’s time for an opening theme song update!

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lexnygrn
Dec 18 '19
Rating:   10
Brilliant and sharp

After reading all these reviews dumping on Susan and the podcast, I felt compelled to write one of my own. I think Susan helps make the podcast what it is— she’s wicked smart, incredibly funny, and offers brilliant insight. This isn’t a podcast intended for casual listeners or people who aren’t willing to exert thought and effort into comprehension. If you’re looking for true crime dramatization, there are better podcasts out there for you. “Undisclosed” is a technical, legally exacting podcast that exposes the flaws in the criminal justice system one case at a time from the perspective of three lawyers.

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Choppermb
Dec 16 '19
Rating:   6
Love it, EXCEPT for Susan

I listened to Serial & felt a lot of the evidence didn’t add up, so I was excited to listen to this podcast. Susan’s voice is like nails on a chalkboard! She talks way too fast & her modulation is just annoying!

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CaveMama
Dec 14 '19
Rating:   8
Slow down, Susan

This team is SO bright. They do excellent research and do so much work to break it all down for the listeners. The Thursday episodes are OK. I keep my expectations low for those. But, I can’t give this 5 stars because Susan just refuses to slow down! After nearly five years of this and people begging over and over to change this aspect of the podcast I have to wonder why nothing changes. It’s borderline insulting. Susan is wicked smart but when we have to rewind or slow the playback rate just to understand her, it diminishes the listening experience considerably. Do better.

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@__cork on Twitter
Dec 13 '19
Rating:   10
Looking for to what’s next

I originally came to know of UDPC after following Adnan’s case. I really enjoyed the granular nature of the podcast and how each piece of evidence was combed through. It’s was almost like a college lecture for me. But when I heard episode 4 of State v. Keith Davis, Jr. - Because of Her is when it all clicked for me. Hearing Kelly Davis describe with raw emotion, the journey her and Keith have been on immediately resonated with me. I’ve been hooked ever since! Keep up the work you are doing for the wrongly convicted. Can’t wait for what’s in store for 2020!Sincerely, @cognac_cork on TwitterUDPC Fanatic

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Marla.D
Dec 12 '19
Rating:   10
A Most Worthy Cause

Love this and the fight against the deep injustice hiding in plain sight....and judgement is turned away backward, and justice standeth afar off: for the truth is fallen in the street and equity cannot enter.Kudos to all

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MQSELLERS
Dec 8 '19
Rating:   10
LOVE THIS PODCAST!!

Great episodes! Love the information shared with listener as the story unfolds. Appreciate the fight for justice and helping to investigate wrongful convictions.

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Nike Noodle
Dec 7 '19
Rating:   4
Podcast is great! (Except Susan Hosting)

I have listened to 3 seasons & now I’m on Keith Davis. It’s just bad audio & horrible hosting..literally HORRIBLE!! She races at least a 2x speed. Should just eliminate this season!UPDATED: Now I’m on Greg Lance, I think the music could be WAY better maybe even to add suspense or amplify on drama. And the sound editing isn’t that good. If sound and music is done by the same, then tell them to listen to top rated podcasts.. and seriously it would be 6 stars if Susan would just stop co-hosting!! As soon as she starts speaking, I subconsciously stop listening bc she is pretty bad at presentation!! Reading AND Convo! Please get rid of her and your ratings will go up.. ugh Susan is talking again -I just wanna turn it off!! Ok ugh I CANT TAKE SUSAN!! I gotta turn it off!! Thanks for ruining it Susan, this is where better music could smother her untalented speaking..sorry it’s that bad!

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idonttalkfast!
Dec 4 '19
Rating:   4
Talking TOO FAST

I find the story very intriguing, however it is too difficult to listen when the hosts are talking so fast that words run into one another forming something that almost sounds look Levantine song! Slow down, then I’ll come back!

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drmoira
Dec 4 '19
Rating:   10
Actual Innocence Cases

If you love hearing and learning about actual innocence cases, this is your podcast. I have been listening since this podcast’s inception. I am also a Patreon donor. This is not only a fascinating podcast, it is also doing important work to investigate some wrongful convictions and to get justice for the victims — as well as for the wrongfully incarcerated. It is fascinating to listen to the Investigations! The minute it pops on my feed, I’m all over it! Highly recommend.

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RCLorch
Dec 3 '19
Rating:   10
Truly the best in True Crime Podcasting!

Been listening to this podcast from almost the very beginning (think I came in 1/2 way through Season 1) and have not missed an episode or addendum since. The work that Rabia, Colin, Susan, and the entire Undisclosed Team does is truly awe inspiring. Thank you guys for everything you do in fighting for the wrongfully convicted!

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Stacey T in LG
Dec 3 '19
Rating:   10
Thorough and Interesting

I have been listening to Undisclosed from the beginning. I’ve always been interested in True Crime and these guys have opened my eyes to what is happening in our justice system. They are so thorough in their investigation and one of the best in laying out the crime and evidence. Really love their addendums and guest speakers to switch things up week after week. Keep it up. You are making a difference.

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wayne bridgewater
Nov 24 '19
Rating:   6
Lots to Like Despite Ads

I got hooked on this podcast during the first season. I especially like the storytelling and point of view of the main lawyer. However, the product ads have steadily increased season after season, and they are all product testimonies from the three hosts. At some point you doubt their sincerity. And how many ads is too many.

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Whit*
Nov 21 '19
Rating:   10
Amazing

So informative and detailed to the extreme! Nothing gets past this team, even the minutiae. I was hooked after Adnan, but’s it’s been just as great until Greg Lance! Keep up the wonderful work for the wrongfully accused.

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Susan Monteith
Nov 20 '19
Rating:   10
Have listened since beginning

Excellent coverage and exposure of our faulty judicial system. Keep up the fight!!! Each case is presented after research and investigation.

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CluckEMT
Nov 20 '19
Rating:   10
Thank you

The work you do uncovering prosecutorial misconduct and wrongful convictions is amazing.

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