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Leland Hall

Leland Hall is a filmmaker and writer from Mobile, AL. He is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts where he received his M.F.A in Film and TV Production. He also received his B.S. in Broadcast Journalism from Florida A & M University. While at USC, his short film “Driving Lesson,” was selected to numerous film festivals nationwide and showcased for USC’s Media Institute for Social Change. He has interned with NBCUniversal, Bad Robot and is currently an executive assistant at HBO in Original Programming.

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Inside the Robe: A Judge’s Candid Tale of Criminal Justice in America – Part 55

In Part 55, Judge Mader explains the complexities of electoral politics within the judiciary and the implications for defendants, attorneys, and judges.

Episode Six of Durst Trial Podcast: On Kathie’s Disappearance and Bob’s Own Words

This episode looks at the prosecution's presentation of strange events in South Salem around the time of Kathie Durst's disappearance.

Susan Berman — A Moving Epilogue (with an update on Robert Durst’s Medical Incident)

This bonus episode of Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst focuses on the most emotional testimony to date — Mella Kaufman, Susan Berman's surrogate daughter.

Bonus Episode: What Happened to Bob?

Breaking: A mysterious 'medical condition' keeps Robert Durst out of court and in a prison hospital.

The Many Lives of Robert Durst – Part 6

In October 2000, Bob Durst learned that the authorities had opened a new investigation into the disappearance and possible murder of his wife Kathie. It freaked him out.

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