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Lawyers, Guns, and Money: Real Crimes, Real Trial Lawyers

Shelley Levisay
True Crime

Criminal defense lawyers Shelley Levisay and David McKenzie discuss Julius Jones, scheduled for execution November 18. In 1999, Paul Howell was shot dead in his driveway for his suburban in front of his sister and two daughters. Julius Jones was convicted and sentenced to death. He would have you believe he was wrongfully convicted and innocent. Listen to the rest of the story and make up your own mind. #juliusjones #justiceforpaulhowell #deathpenalty #criminaldefense #criminaljustice #justiceforjuliusjones #truecrimecommunity #truecrimepodcast Support this podcast:


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4.5 out of 5 stars from 36 ratings
  • Truthful

    Thank you for shinning the light on the truth!!

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    TanMom 6
    United Statesa year ago
  • Amazing podcast but terrible audio

    This is one of the most honest and informative podcasts I’ve heard on this subject. Amazing insight that pushes through all the smoke and mirrors put out by biased media coverage and celebrity support for the accused. Only reason it didn’t get 5 stars….audio. It’s so frustrating not to be able to hear the former attorney for Jones speak. I have to turn the volume all the way up to barely be able to hear him then my ears get busted when the host speaks. Infuriating. Otherwise….great podcast.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Great podcast

    Fantastic podcast but please fix the audio. So many segments are extremely difficult to hear.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Fantastic content - Production needs work

    This podcast is informative and the host is incredible. But PLEASE work on getting the sound sorted out. I need to turn it up to hear the guest and back down when the host speaks to not rupture my ear drums. And the add read at the beginning is both ironically for an app to help make podcasts, and the best recorded audio of the episode

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    Great Show Needs Work
    United Statesa year ago
  • Could be a winner but …

    The audio is terrible! Really enjoying the content on the Julius Jones case. Really great to hear from his attorney. But I have to turn the volume up to max volume to hear him, then she comes in and literally hurts my ears it’s so loud. Please, please fix the audio because the content is compelling. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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