13 wrongful convictions all tied to one forensic analyst. The analyst – Mary Jane Burton – was hailed as a hero for saving the DNA evidence that led to the exonerations. But when reporter Tessa Kramer starts investigating, she meets a former lab trainee with a very different – and much darker – story to tell. Over the course of 12 episodes, Kramer unravels this mystery, searching for proof of explosive allegations against Burton and a possible cover-up at one of the nation’s leading crime labs.An original podcast from VPM and Story Mechanics, future seasons of Admissible will investigate the role of evidence in our legal system.
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As we come to the end of season one, reporter Tessa Kramer is left with some lingering questions. How are the injustices we've seen in this story woven into the DNA of our criminal legal system? Is there hope for genuine reform? And what role can for... more
The final episode of our first season is coming soon, but first: a message from Tessa on the arrest of her friend, Evan Gershkovich, a Wall Street Journal reporter who is wrongfully detained in Russia. For more information, visit www.freegershkovich.... more
The case of Earl Washington left a permanent stain on Virginia’s state crime lab. What does this case, and its aftermath, reveal about the lab's record of reviewing misconduct within its own four walls? more
Binged this in an afternoon. Scary how this woman’s actions were allowed to continue.
We need to keep gathering and presenting this evidence so people will learn that they need to stop the criminals working in our justice systems before more innocent people are harmed.
The story should’ve been told in 1 or 2 episodes. The podcast is dragged out, and it includes a lot of uninteresting details.
Impressive amount of detail and obvious depth of research in this show!!!
This podcast sucked me in, and I was surprised to find myself questioning my fundamental trust in the very foundation of forensic evidence in the Criminal Justice System. This conspiracy is the type of conspiracy that I previously thought could only be found in imaginative fictional novels and movies. Well researched and compellingly presented. I recommend this podcast to anyone who enjoys the true crime genre, especially the forensic and litigation aspects of the criminal justice system. For mo... more
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