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Felony Miami is a show about injustice in America told through real conversations between real people. We explore the disparities in the criminal justice system and the intersection of those disparities and the arts. In this exploration, Felony Miami seeks to educate, entertain, enlighten and contribute towards the improvement and fairness of the system. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

Latest Episodes

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Felony Miami explores the disparities in the criminal justice system and the intersection of those disparities and the arts. In this exploration, Felony Miami seeks to educate, entertain, enlighten and contribute towards the improvement and fairness of the system. Felony Miami intends to do this by bringing together thought leaders, decision makers the system and in the arts to examine the current state of being, in which the arts can contribute to this exploration and improvement. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

40 s2018 NOV 7
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Effects of Institutionalization w/ Prof. Jamila Lyn, DJ Lyve, Dr. Bernard Ashby, and Peter Schoenthal

Trauma, hate, distrust, fear, frustration, tears, disgust, abuse, resentment. These are some of the effects of doing time. For every Malcolm X, there are ten million felons whose names you’ll never know, who never shake their past. Society breeds impropriety; and careless citizens through the infected soul of American democracy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

72 MIN2018 SEP 22
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Effects of Institutionalization w/ Prof. Jamila Lyn, DJ Lyve, Dr. Bernard Ashby, and Peter Schoenthal

The Bankruptcy Episode w/ Paul Orshan, Leyza Blanco, Jacqueline Calderín, and Joe Stone

Broke, busted, tapped out, lost in the woods, dissolute, naked in the winter wiped out, over lev’d, indigent, penniless, gone fishin’, in the poor house, itinerant, rambling, povertized, compromised, chaptered, scrambling, crumbling … Bankrupt! Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all. Welcome to Felony Miami. Let’s air it out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

77 MIN2018 AUG 20
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The Bankruptcy Episode w/ Paul Orshan, Leyza Blanco, Jacqueline Calderín, and Joe Stone

Talking Jail and Prison Health Care w/ Dr. Inaki Bent, Dr. Bernard Ashby, Attorney Dan Marshall, and Host Joe Stone

Four walls, steel bars, and a saline drip. Concrete bed, bologna sandwich, convulsions, embolism, heart rate speeding like a freight train through your chest plate. The fear is gripping and real. It's not just that you are going to jail, it's that you might have a medical issue. And the thought of going into the prison health care system is causing half the symptoms. Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all. Welcome to Felony Miami. Let's air it out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

75 MIN2018 AUG 13
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Talking Jail and Prison Health Care w/ Dr. Inaki Bent, Dr. Bernard Ashby, Attorney Dan Marshall, and Host Joe Stone

The Problem of Private Prisons w/ Kristy Figueroa Contreras, Paul Wright, Jerry Ianelli, and Joe Stone

Private prisons are the scourge of civilization. The food is awful, the water tastes like it came from a gutter in Flint, Michigan, and sending an email costs more than a Rolls Royce lease payment. The U.S. the number one spot for the most people in cages. Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all. Welcome to Felony Miami. Let's air it out --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

74 MIN2018 JUL 23
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The Problem of Private Prisons w/ Kristy Figueroa Contreras, Paul Wright, Jerry Ianelli, and Joe Stone

Lie Detectors w/ Joseph W. Harper, Nayib Hassan, and Joe Stone

There’s a reason that South Florida is the fraud capital of America, and it’s all built on a house of cards that the contractor skipped out on after an all cash transfer from your bank account to their sense of moral bankruptcy. Where there is injustice for one, there’s injustice for all. Welcome to Felony Miami, let’s air it out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

59 MIN2018 JUL 9
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Lie Detectors w/ Joseph W. Harper, Nayib Hassan, and Joe Stone

Diversity Controversy w/ Renee Gordon, Loreal Arscott, Kadisha Phelps, and Joe Stone

Productivity is usually a good thing. But not when it comes to mass incarceration. In fact, the harassing, and stalking, and arresting, and incarcerating, and ruining the records of those who are guilty of victimless so-called crimes, is one of the greatest problems in America today. Today we invite three veteran attorneys, one of whom is running for circuit court judge. to help us understand the problems and the solutions. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

72 MIN2018 JUL 2
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Diversity Controversy w/ Renee Gordon, Loreal Arscott, Kadisha Phelps, and Joe Stone

Coerced Confessions w/ Matt Ladd, Maggie Arias, Jeff Weiner, and Joe Stone

Lies. Truth. Some people live it, some people tell it, and some people mix both into one and don't do either very well. When it comes to the criminal justice system, it's been said that there are three sides to every story: His, hers, and the truth. No matter which category you fall into, there's one thing you should never do: if you're on the other side of the interrogation table, don't talk. Not a single word, other than, "Lawyer." --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

75 MIN2018 JUN 25
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Coerced Confessions w/ Matt Ladd, Maggie Arias, Jeff Weiner, and Joe Stone

Inside The Drug War: The Miami Vice Years w/ David Bolton, Jim Shedd, and Tom Raffanello

From Medellín to Mexico; Panama to Bogotá; and Sinaloa to South Miami, in the 1980's, the South American drug trade began its assault on the shores of the USA. It brought money, violence, and really bad bad-guys. Enter the DEA, a force of highly skilled and seasoned law enforcement officers with one goal: take down the drug traffickers, corner drug dealers and users, and stop at nothing until they were all locked up. Today, we hear the WHY of it from three of Miami's finest. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

65 MIN2018 JUN 11
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Inside The Drug War: The Miami Vice Years w/ David Bolton, Jim Shedd, and Tom Raffanello

Investigating Criminals w/ Ramesh Nyberg, Stephan Lopez, and Roger F. Martinez

There’s blood in the mud, cocaine in the evidence room, and millions of pages of arrest reports. To say that there’s been a lot of crime committed in Miami is the understatement of the century. When it comes to solving crimes, and closing cases out three guests today are experts in the field. Real life Miami vice investigators --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

72 MIN2018 JUN 5
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Investigating Criminals w/ Ramesh Nyberg, Stephan Lopez, and Roger F. Martinez

Latest Episodes

Theme from Felony miami

Felony Miami explores the disparities in the criminal justice system and the intersection of those disparities and the arts. In this exploration, Felony Miami seeks to educate, entertain, enlighten and contribute towards the improvement and fairness of the system. Felony Miami intends to do this by bringing together thought leaders, decision makers the system and in the arts to examine the current state of being, in which the arts can contribute to this exploration and improvement. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

40 s2018 NOV 7
Comments
Theme from Felony miami

Effects of Institutionalization w/ Prof. Jamila Lyn, DJ Lyve, Dr. Bernard Ashby, and Peter Schoenthal

Trauma, hate, distrust, fear, frustration, tears, disgust, abuse, resentment. These are some of the effects of doing time. For every Malcolm X, there are ten million felons whose names you’ll never know, who never shake their past. Society breeds impropriety; and careless citizens through the infected soul of American democracy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

72 MIN2018 SEP 22
Comments
Effects of Institutionalization w/ Prof. Jamila Lyn, DJ Lyve, Dr. Bernard Ashby, and Peter Schoenthal

The Bankruptcy Episode w/ Paul Orshan, Leyza Blanco, Jacqueline Calderín, and Joe Stone

Broke, busted, tapped out, lost in the woods, dissolute, naked in the winter wiped out, over lev’d, indigent, penniless, gone fishin’, in the poor house, itinerant, rambling, povertized, compromised, chaptered, scrambling, crumbling … Bankrupt! Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all. Welcome to Felony Miami. Let’s air it out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

77 MIN2018 AUG 20
Comments
The Bankruptcy Episode w/ Paul Orshan, Leyza Blanco, Jacqueline Calderín, and Joe Stone

Talking Jail and Prison Health Care w/ Dr. Inaki Bent, Dr. Bernard Ashby, Attorney Dan Marshall, and Host Joe Stone

Four walls, steel bars, and a saline drip. Concrete bed, bologna sandwich, convulsions, embolism, heart rate speeding like a freight train through your chest plate. The fear is gripping and real. It's not just that you are going to jail, it's that you might have a medical issue. And the thought of going into the prison health care system is causing half the symptoms. Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all. Welcome to Felony Miami. Let's air it out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

75 MIN2018 AUG 13
Comments
Talking Jail and Prison Health Care w/ Dr. Inaki Bent, Dr. Bernard Ashby, Attorney Dan Marshall, and Host Joe Stone

The Problem of Private Prisons w/ Kristy Figueroa Contreras, Paul Wright, Jerry Ianelli, and Joe Stone

Private prisons are the scourge of civilization. The food is awful, the water tastes like it came from a gutter in Flint, Michigan, and sending an email costs more than a Rolls Royce lease payment. The U.S. the number one spot for the most people in cages. Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all. Welcome to Felony Miami. Let's air it out --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

74 MIN2018 JUL 23
Comments
The Problem of Private Prisons w/ Kristy Figueroa Contreras, Paul Wright, Jerry Ianelli, and Joe Stone

Lie Detectors w/ Joseph W. Harper, Nayib Hassan, and Joe Stone

There’s a reason that South Florida is the fraud capital of America, and it’s all built on a house of cards that the contractor skipped out on after an all cash transfer from your bank account to their sense of moral bankruptcy. Where there is injustice for one, there’s injustice for all. Welcome to Felony Miami, let’s air it out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

59 MIN2018 JUL 9
Comments
Lie Detectors w/ Joseph W. Harper, Nayib Hassan, and Joe Stone

Diversity Controversy w/ Renee Gordon, Loreal Arscott, Kadisha Phelps, and Joe Stone

Productivity is usually a good thing. But not when it comes to mass incarceration. In fact, the harassing, and stalking, and arresting, and incarcerating, and ruining the records of those who are guilty of victimless so-called crimes, is one of the greatest problems in America today. Today we invite three veteran attorneys, one of whom is running for circuit court judge. to help us understand the problems and the solutions. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

72 MIN2018 JUL 2
Comments
Diversity Controversy w/ Renee Gordon, Loreal Arscott, Kadisha Phelps, and Joe Stone

Coerced Confessions w/ Matt Ladd, Maggie Arias, Jeff Weiner, and Joe Stone

Lies. Truth. Some people live it, some people tell it, and some people mix both into one and don't do either very well. When it comes to the criminal justice system, it's been said that there are three sides to every story: His, hers, and the truth. No matter which category you fall into, there's one thing you should never do: if you're on the other side of the interrogation table, don't talk. Not a single word, other than, "Lawyer." --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

75 MIN2018 JUN 25
Comments
Coerced Confessions w/ Matt Ladd, Maggie Arias, Jeff Weiner, and Joe Stone

Inside The Drug War: The Miami Vice Years w/ David Bolton, Jim Shedd, and Tom Raffanello

From Medellín to Mexico; Panama to Bogotá; and Sinaloa to South Miami, in the 1980's, the South American drug trade began its assault on the shores of the USA. It brought money, violence, and really bad bad-guys. Enter the DEA, a force of highly skilled and seasoned law enforcement officers with one goal: take down the drug traffickers, corner drug dealers and users, and stop at nothing until they were all locked up. Today, we hear the WHY of it from three of Miami's finest. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

65 MIN2018 JUN 11
Comments
Inside The Drug War: The Miami Vice Years w/ David Bolton, Jim Shedd, and Tom Raffanello

Investigating Criminals w/ Ramesh Nyberg, Stephan Lopez, and Roger F. Martinez

There’s blood in the mud, cocaine in the evidence room, and millions of pages of arrest reports. To say that there’s been a lot of crime committed in Miami is the understatement of the century. When it comes to solving crimes, and closing cases out three guests today are experts in the field. Real life Miami vice investigators --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support

72 MIN2018 JUN 5
Comments
Investigating Criminals w/ Ramesh Nyberg, Stephan Lopez, and Roger F. Martinez
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