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S4E6: An Insane Defense?
The 2012 conviction of Aurora gunman James Holmes really begins almost two centuries earlier in England, with the attempted assassination of the king. This episode explores how the insanity defense challenges lawyers, judges and juries in their pursuit of justice, and how it speaks to things that all of us hold dear, such as moral responsibility, free will and even our own sanity.
Aired 4 months ago 68:19
Getting a Masters Degree in ABM with Daniel Englebretson, Director of Growth Marketing and Demand Generation at Phononic
Getting a Masterâ€™s Degree in ABM with Daniel Englebretson, Director of Growth Marketing and Demand Generation at Phononic
Aired 11 months ago 36:20
S4E5: A Star-Spangled Murder
Francis Scott Key, the pro-slavery lawyer and amateur poet who penned â€œThe Star-Spangled Bannerâ€ after witnessing the British bombardment of Fort McHenry 200 years ago, was famously inspired by the resilient spirit of a young nation. Forty-five years later, Keyâ€™s other notable creation, his only son, Philip Barton Key II, would experience an entirely different side of American life when he was slain in 1859 by a U.S. congressman and disgruntled cuckold named Daniel Sickles.