Posted on · Today, we conclude our three-part series on this case, where we discuss capital punishment, and criminal justice system patterns of prosecution and conviction.
Posted on · Today we talk about the reliability of memory and the psychology of false confessions. Plus, the impact on women, in particular, within the criminal justice system.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals granted a stay of execution to Melissa Lucio, who was set to be executed later this week. Also, we get an update on several recent technology stories. And Ruth Steinfeld shares her story of surviving a concentration camp and starting a new life in Houston.
Posted on · Today, a law professor, a filmmaker, and a state representative help us take a closer look at the story of Melissa Lucio, the first Hispanic woman sentenced to death in Texas – and who today, in breaking news, was granted a stay of execution.
Posted on · Melissa Lucio, who was set to be executed on Wednesday, has been granted a stay of execution by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on Monday.
Posted on · Co-hosts Brandon Rottinghaus and Jeronimo Cortina delve into the latest news in national and local politics.
Posted on · The Harlingen woman's attorneys say new evidence proves her innocence in plea to Gov. Greg Abbott and the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles.