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Abuse of Power with David Rudolf and Sonya Pfeiffer

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Abuse of Power is a podcast that identifies and discusses the various ways in which law enforcement and the justice system have victimized the very people they are supposed to protect: us. more

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James Dailey has been on Florida’s death row for 32 years for the murder of Shelly Boggio. Jury consultant, trial strategist, and Dailey’s criminal defense lawyer, Josh Dubin, walks Sonya and David through Dailey’s case, highlighting how the only “ev... more

4 years ago

In 2006, mother of six, Hannah Overton, was convicted of capital murder after a jury found her guilty of “omission”, failure to seek medical attention for her sickly child in a timely manner. Further investigation after Hannah’s conviction revealed s... more

4 years ago

Perry Lott is another victim of incorrigible police practices in Ada, Oklahoma. He was charged and convicted of rape in 1987, despite having an alibi. The main evidence against him was that the victim "thought" she recognized him. Perry Lott himself,... more

4 years ago

Karl Fontenot was convicted for the 1984 murder of Denice Harraway in Ada, Oklahoma. In 2018 Netflix released the documentary ‘The Innocent Man’ based on John Grisham’s only nonfiction book that detailed the crime and, further, the corruption in Ada.... more

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4.6 out of 5 stars from 488 ratings
  • Great podcast

    Really well done episodes and the hosts put the victims voices first. Interesting criticism of the way the justice system can be used and abused for just to get a conviction. This show taught me about what an objective or subjective investigation looks like. I also think the lessons learned here are valuable in thinking about confirmation bias in any field you work in. Great podcast all around and can’t wait for new episodes.

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    United States2 years ago
  • Hellllllooooo

    Don’t hold your breath. That will kill you before you get an episode

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    United Kingdom2 years ago
  • Heart rending story telling

    I want more!

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    United States3 years ago
  • Enlightening!

    Brilliant show, please make more episodes.

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    Australia3 years ago
  • Come back

    Please make more episodes.

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    United States3 years ago

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