PROGRAM 001 - FINALITY OVER JUSTICE
Two men are tried and convicted for the same crime by the same prosecutor. Is this an aberration?
This podcast takes a closer look at two cases—Joseph B. Nichols and Thomas M. Thompson—and the fight for truth and justice.
Does the criminal justice system focus on finality at the expense of justice?
CREDITS (in order of appearance)
Lee Greenwood – Joseph Nichols’ mother
Gabriel Solis –Executive Director, Texas After Violence Project
Andrew Love – Appellate Attorney for Thomas Thompson
Paula Mitchell - Legal Director of the Loyola Law School Project for the Innocent
Kristin Houle - Executive Director Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
The Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
Loyola Project for the Innocent
Fair and Balanced, blog post by Andrew Love on Tom Thompson
Texas After Violence Project (TAVP)
University of Texas Libraries' Human Rights Documentation Initiative (HRDI)
TAVP & HRDI Digital Archive
TAVP & HRDI - Complete TAVP Interview with Lee Greenwood
Equal Justice USA - Learn Page
Equal Justice USA - Learn Page (Español)
Death Penalty Information Center - Facts About the Death Penalty