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THE JOURNAL

Justice

Mike Romano: Richard Jackson Released Under Proposition 36 Guidance

In 1995, Richard was convicted of possessing a stolen motorcycle and sentenced to life under the Three Strikes law. After 26 years in prison, and over 5 years of litigation, he was finally re-sentenced and released.

Crime Story LA

The Many Lives of Robert Durst – The Complete Seven-Part Series

You can find links to all of CRIME STORY’S coverage of the Robert Durst trial here. Introduction  Robert...

The Many Lives of Robert Durst – Part 7

Why did he decide to talk, and talk, and talk? “I am convinced that there’s no reason I shouldn’t say anything I want to, to anyone I want.”

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.

Editors Blog

Bonus Episode of Durst Trial Podcast: Disappearance in Eureka (featuring Michelle Dean)

You can find links to all of CRIME STORY’S coverage of the Robert Durst trial here. In...

Crime Story Media Founder on Release of New Sony Music Podcast Project, Firebug

For ten years, a serial arsonist, also known as a firebug, terrorized Southern California, burning down businesses in broad daylight and setting whole...

New Episode of Durst Trial Podcast: Robert Durst’s Love Nest

This episode focuses on the testimony of Susan Giordano and Jeanne Clark, examining the loyalty that Robert Durst seems to inspire in his friends.

Expert Witness

Inside the Robe: A Judge’s Candid Tale of Criminal Justice in America – Part 66

In Part 66, Judge Mader details a dramatic interaction with a person representing himself and offers addendums to several earlier entries.

Inside the Robe: A Judge’s Candid Tale of Criminal Justice in America – Part 65

In Part 65, Judge Mader discusses her evolving views of police officers and explores what constitutes ‘the perfect trial.’ She also revisits the topic of race in jury selection.

Inside the Robe: A Judge’s Candid Tale of Criminal Justice in America – Part 64

In Part 64, Judge Mader considers neutrality in two contexts: Her own need to remain neutral as a jurist and so-called race neutral reasons for dismissing potential jurors.

Justice

CA Innocence Project: Roeling Adams Freed From Prison After Serving 28 Years

Despite having an alibi, Roeling spent 28 years in prison because of eyewitness misidentification, circumstances of gang loyalty, and a dubious star witness. Now, he's free.

Mike Romano: Richard Jackson Released Under Proposition 36 Guidance

In 1995, Richard was convicted of possessing a stolen motorcycle and sentenced to life under the Three Strikes law. After 26 years in prison, and over 5 years of litigation, he was finally re-sentenced and released.

Mike Romano: Mario Zermeno Released After 25 Years In Prison For Theft Of A Car Stereo

After eight years of litigation to win his freedom in Los Angeles Superior Court, prosecutors finally agreed that Mario was entitled to relief because he was no longer a threat to public safety.