Over 20 Years in Prison For a Murder He Never Committed–Finally Exonerated

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This episode starts with J. Elvis Weinstein having just wrapped up serving as foreman of the jury on a murder trial.   He’ll review the facts and what happened in that deliberation room.

Then, Tim Atkins joins us.  Tim was wrongly accused and convicted of robbery and murder and ended up in prison for 23 years before he was exonerated.

What’s it like in prison?  What’s it like to be there as an innocent man?  How does he survive?

What’s the future hold for Tim Atkins and is the state of California ever going to compensate him for the mistaken imprisonment?

Mark Thompson is joined by J. Elvis Weinstein and Heather Ankeny

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One comment to Over 20 Years in Prison For a Murder He Never Committed–Finally Exonerated

  • Steve  says:

    Elvis tapers off to an inaudible level at the end of many of his sentences. makes listening difficult

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