Wrongful Conviction with Jason Flom

Wrongful Conviction with Jason Flom

Published by: Jason Flom | reVolver Podcasts
112 Episodes | First Released: Aug 30 '16

Based on the files of the lawyers who freed them, Wrongful Conviction features interviews with men and women who have spent decades in prison for crimes they did not commit – some of them had even been sentenced to death. These are their stories.


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lady-mack
Oct 28
Rating:   10
Sunny Jacobs

Just wow. I am so happy for Sunny, her family, and inspired by her story.

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Ms LillyV
Oct 28
Rating:   10
I love this podcast. So easy to listen to.

So many compelling stories about the injustices that have happened to so many innocent people have me hooked. This is an eye opener to so many of us who believe if you’ve been convicted then you must be guilty; if you’ve confessed then you did it. Wow. My belief have changed so much and I will never look at things in that manner. Jason, keep up the good work and keep bringing us these stories.

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SLP Queen
Oct 27
Rating:   2
First time listening

Ugh. Really wanted to love this because I’ve always been fascinated by Amanda Knox story but at 36:55 it eerily switches to a whole other story and there is no ending to Amanda’s story. Please fix it. Would love to hear the rest of the her experience. She’s so very articulate.

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cpmcjr
Oct 24
Rating:   2
Major editing problem.

Last episode specific and would love to change this to 5 stars. It’s a repeat with update. At the beginning of the episode he says please listen until the end. Then about 2/3rds in it jumps back a third and repeats then skips then end completely . For a podcast I have really loved despite its sometimes unneeded slap of the obvious, this is unacceptable.

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Justin Weg
Oct 24
Rating:   10
Amanda Knox podcast audio repeats?

Love the podcast! I was listening to the Amanda Knox update podcast today and it sounds like it repeats itself towards the end. Not sure if there was an export error. Or maybe it’s just my phone? Anyway keep up the great work!

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Flasks heaps
Oct 22
Rating:   10
Thank you for your activism

I love this podcast... but I hate that it even has to be a podcast. I’ve been passionate about Social Justice and Justice System Reform ever since I was about 17 and my sister showed me the Paradise Lost documentaries on HBO. Keep spreading the word and keep giving people their freedom back!

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Mrz Wilson
Oct 20
Rating:   10
How can I help

I’ve been binging on episodes and cannot wrap my mind around some of these cases! I’m especially interested in how to support changing laws to hold prosecutors accountable for withholding information and evidence.

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Chesschick99
Oct 20
Rating:   10
Must Listen

I love your podcast ... I am going to try to secure an exoneree as a speaker .... I am blown away by the light they provide in the darkest circumstances. Thank you for your work.

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SariY2015
Oct 18
Rating:   10
Love it

Love the show! It has made me mad and sad and cry for joy for these victims of the justice system.. keep up the great work

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ASKids2
Oct 16
Rating:   10
Wow

I wish I would have found this podcast sooner! I’m thankful there are plenty of episodes to binge. JASON does an amazing job interviewing and painting a clear picture for the listeners. I’ve laughed and cried with each episode. Keep spreading the word and getting these innocent people OUT!

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Commissioner JB
Oct 12
Rating:   4
Do your research

After the fourth mispronunciation in a matter of minutes, I had to quit. It is so disrespectful to not even look into the pronunciation of the names of the deceased - especially when it’s a highly publicized case. Please do better.

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LyndonBJ
Aug 19
Rating:   10
Disentangling episode is the jam

Please have more guests like Atchity at Equitas Project. This is a huge source of injustice and that guy knew his stuff.

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Boston2386
Jul 30
Rating:   10
Incredible

Hearing the stories directly from these men and women who have been trapped in this man made hell for a crime they didn’t commit is not only inspiring and moving, it is truly life changing. If you aren’t currently involved in prison reform, incarcerated people’s advocacy, or changing the criminal punishment system - after listening to this podcast you will want to be. Thank you for what you do, and for bringing the much needed attention to these stories and to The Innocence Project.

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jaceyrae19
Jul 22
Rating:   10
The best podcast

Jason your podcast is excellent. Thank you for what you do.

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Gretchen1964
Jul 17
Rating:   10
Praying changes to the system are coming

Such important work!! We all lose when innocent folks are locked up, most of all the original victims who believe they have “closure.” I pray these remarkable stories continue to lead to real change!!!

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Simonburkeisable
Jun 30
Rating:   10
Incredibly sad and uplifting in one show

If you have an ounce of compassion you will sympathise with the people wronged. Not only the people incarcerated for, sometimes, decades but also the people who thought they had closure, thought someone was receiving justice. If you ever get in any trouble without doing anything. Lawyer up. Figure out how to pay it off later. The police mostly do a good job, but when they get vindictive or lazy, or have tunnel vision. Watch out.

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Annie F D
Jun 14
Rating:   10
Wrongul Conviction

Oh my goodness!!!! This podcast is sooooo outstanding!!!! The criminal justice system is so broken, even though it has come a long way. So very sad and tragic for these wrongfully accused people!!! Especially the inner city african american population. So eye ipening and informative!! I am looking forward to getting involved to help Jason and their unrelenting pursuit of truth and justice!!! Thank God for all whom help these innocent people!! Thank You!

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SaL23$
Jun 12
Rating:   10
Hope

This podcast is such a great resource to causes around the nation. Having a family member in the system being pushed to agree to a plea or get life is just tough out all people with a relationship to the inocente Perón getting wrongfully convicted. People stay informed understand the system and learn how to not get bullied into agreeing and settling for less when you have your right. Topic of my review is for others to have hope and learn from the many story’s and people on this podcast. Thanks for the support and understanding. The pain one goes threw.

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runfastlikeagirl
Jun 8
Rating:   10
Should be required listening!

Riveting, heartbreaking, life affirming!

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Addubbb
May 29
Rating:   10
So essential

Thank you to Mr. Flom and all his courageous guests for bringing this abhorrence in our justice system to light. Because of the tutelage of this program, listeners/potential jurors will be better prepared to weigh and render the right decisions. I know I certainly will. Meredith

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