From New Orleans, Louisiana, the world’s incarceration capital, stories at the intersection of human lives and the criminal legal system. 711070
You Never Get Nothing Back They Take
You Never Get Nothing Back They Take is a verité romp following Zelly and his lawyer Kelly as they attempt to retrieve Zelly's brand new iPhone from the New Orleans Police Department, whic had held it for four months.
Victim. Criminal. The Myth Of Difference.
Victim/Criminal tells the story of Hakeem Carter, who was brutally attacked while walking home from work one night.
Juvenile Justice Experts Discuss The Myth Of The Super Predator
This episode comes from a live panel discussion about juvenile justice that followed the premiere of The Myth of the Super Predator.
The Myth Of The Super Predator
The Myth of the Super Predator debunks an idea first made famous by then-first lady Hillary Clinton, an idea we still haven't fully shaken off: that some children are beyond redemption.
Justice Is Blind To Money, Part 3: The City
The Myth Justice is Blind to Money, Part 3 investigates the impact of the Federal Court’s involvement in Orleans Parish’s practices of imposing bail, fines and fees. How do the mayor’s office, the city council, the state legislature, and the criminal court judges comply or not comply with Federal rulings? In an era where police allocations are being questioned, where should a city apportion its taxpayers’ money?
Justice Is Blind To Money, Part 2: The System
The Myth Justice is Blind to Money, Part 2, tells the story of one prior attempt to get rid of money bail and how this attempt was thwarted by the status quo. It’s a dive into systems and the difficulty of dismantling a system as complex as our nation’s criminal legal system.