Fight or Flight With Cung Le-S1 26

Cung Le is an MMA legend and Hollywood action movie star.  He joins Crime Redefined to discuss his new television project, Fight or Flight https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AV8VcQFY58, which teaches viewers how to survive life-threatening scenarios. Cung also discusses his background and MMA and film careers. Hosted by Dion Mitchell and Mehul Anjaria.  A Zero Cliff Media production.     …

Use of Force-S1 25

Timothy T. Williams, Jr. is a nationally renowned expert in police procedure, use of force, and wrongful convictions.  He joins Crime Redefined to discuss his timely book A Deep Dive:  An Expert Analysis of Police Procedure, Use of Force, and Wrongful Convictions, as well as George Floyd, Elijah McClain and high-profile cases he has worked on.  Hosted …

FBII-Fernando Bermudez Is Innocent!-S1 24

Fernando Bermudez is an inspirational exoneree and criminal justice educator and activist.  His nightmare began in 1991 when he was arrested for a murder he did not commit. He suffered a wrongful conviction and 18 years of incarceration as a result. In 2009 he was found actually innocent and began the fight for his rightful …

The Lost Family-S1 23

Libby Copeland is an award-winning journalist and author of The Lost Family:  How DNA Testing Is Upending Who We Are.  After penning an article in the Washington Post about a “just-for-fun DNA test” gone wrong, Libby immersed herself in the fascinating world of consumer ancestry DNA testing. She joins Crime Redefined to discuss her book, the application of …

No Truth Left To Tell-S1 22

Michael McAuliffe is a formal federal prosecutor in the Washington, DC civil rights division of the Department of Justice, and author of ‘No Truth Left To Tell.’ The novel centers around a disturbing re-emergence of the Ku Klux Klan in 1990’s Louisiana and the twists and turns of a resulting investigation and trial. Hosted by …

Coronavirus Redefines The Justice System-S1 21

The coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc on the criminal justice system. What can possibly be done to prevent the deadly virus from spreading like wildfire through our jails and prisons?  As the justice system grinds to a halt in Los Angeles and around the world, existing issues of fairness and efficiency have been exacerbated. Hosted …

True Crime Meets Paranormal-S1 20

Beth Deering is a world-renowned professional psychic medium, medical intuitive, and paranormal investigator. She joins Crime Redefined to talk about her background and her work with law enforcement on cold and missing persons cases.  Beth also describes her relationship to a past Crime Redefined guest-Jeff Mudgett, the great-great grandson of H.H. Holmes.  Hosted by Dion …

The Green Wall-S1 19

Donald “D.J.” Vodicka is former California correctional officer and author of ‘The Green Wall:  A Prison Guard’s Struggle to Expose the Code of Silence in the Largest Prison System in the United States.’ He joins Crime Redefined to give a behind-the-scenes glimpse of how being a whistleblower on sickening corruption in the highest levels of …

Forensic Fraud-S1 18

Fraud in forensic science can take on many forms and have dire consequences for defendants and victims in the criminal justice system.  Crime Redefined examines cases ranging from pure malicious intent to professional negligence and offers an insider’s perspective on this frightening phenomenon. Smoking crack, framing defendants, and ripping off clients are apparently all in …

She’s So Cold-S1 17

Criminal defense attorney Donald E. McInnis (donaldmcinnis.com) is the author of She’s So Cold:  Murder, Accusations and the System that Devastated a Family, a book about the 1998 murder of Stephanie Crowe in Escondido, CA. McInnis joins Crime Redefined for a fascinating look into coerced false confessions, the juvenile justice system, and DNA evidence.  Hosted by Dion …