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In 'One Minute Remaining' I speak with inmates serving lengthy prison sentences for a range of different crimes. From arson to robbery, attempted murder and even murder itself and everything in between. I'm not here to try and prove them innocent or guilty, what I am here to do is allow them the chance to tell their stories. We'll look at the case's against them and allow them to tell us their accounts of the events that lead up to their incarceration. Join the OMR Family and help support th ...
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As always after each of the cases we look at it's time to catch up with the man they call 'The Voice of Reason' a man with decades of trial experience as a defense attorney in Chicago Illinois, Australia's favourite attorney at law, Michael Leonard, as we discuss the case of Christopher Dunn. In 1991, Dunn was convicted of murder in St. Louis, Miss…
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Today I speak with a man who the state of Missouri has decided, has 3 months to live. Marcellus Williams was handed a death sentence in 2001 for the murder of Felicia Gale, its a crime he not only says he didn't commit but one that a number of independent experts say DNA evidence has proved he's innocent of... The threat of death is nothing new for…
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Almost one year ago I was scrolling through Instagram when I stumbled across a page dedicated to one of the many innocence style organisations that is dotted across the united states, setup in response to thee overwhelming number of people who are incarcerated for crimes they didn't commit. On the page there was a photograph of a young African Amer…
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In 1991, Dunn was convicted of murder in St. Louis, Missouri, based largely on the testimonies of two teenagers who later recanted their statements. There was no physical evidence linking Dunn to the crime, and he consistently maintained his innocence. Despite these facts, he was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Over t…
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Today it's time to talk the case of Brad Hays with Australia's favourite attorney of law, Michael Leonard. --------------------------------------------------------- When you hear that someone has been handed a sentence of life plus 104 years you'd be forgiven for thinking that today I am sitting down with some sort of serial killer, or someone who …
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In 1991, Dunn was convicted of murder in St. Louis, Missouri, based largely on the testimonies of two teenagers who later recanted their statements. There was no physical evidence linking Dunn to the crime, and he consistently maintained his innocence. Despite these facts, he was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Over t…
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Well it's that time again! Today I sit down with the man they call the voice of reason Mr. Michael Leonard from Leonard trial lawyers in Chicago Illinois to discuss the latest case, which today is the case of Raymundo Chagolla. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- On January 10, 2000, Raymundo Chagolla, who was 18…
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In 1991, Dunn was convicted of murder in St. Louis, Missouri, based largely on the testimonies of two teenagers who later recanted their statements. There was no physical evidence linking Dunn to the crime, and he consistently maintained his innocence. Despite these facts, he was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Over t…
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I don't think a week goes by when someone doesn't mention to me the name Evaristo Salas Jnr. Evaristo's story has touched so many people, it's had us in tears of sadness and of joy and today is most certainly the latter as I sit down with Jnr after almost 8 months of freedom to hear how he's going and what's next for the man who lost 27 years of hi…
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I don't think a week goes by when someone doesn't mention to me the name Evaristo Salas Jnr. Evaristo's story has touched so many people, it's had us in tears of sadness and of joy and today is most certainly the latter as I sit down with Jnr after almost 8 months of freedom to hear how he's going and what's next for the man who lost 27 years of hi…
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When you hear that someone has been handed a sentence of life plus 104 years you'd be forgiven for thinking that today I am sitting down with some sort of serial killer, or someone who has committed some incredibly heinous crimes but you'd be wrong. Brad Hays is currently serving his incredible sentence in the state of Missouri. Brad is no career c…
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Maggie Freleng is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and producer based in New York City reporting on wrongful convictions, the criminal legal system and social issues. She is the host and producer of the Signal and Anthem award winning podcast "Wrongful Conviction with Maggie Freleng", as well as "Murder in Alliance" and "Unjust & Unsolved." She …
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When you hear that someone has been handed a sentence of life plus 104 years you'd be forgiven for thinking that today I am sitting down with some sort of serial killer, or someone who has committed some incredibly heinous crimes but you'd be wrong. Brad Hays is currently serving his incredible sentence in the state of Missouri. Brad is no career c…
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Today I catch up with David Bomber as he looks to ask the Governor for clemency in his case.... On June 5th, 2010, the David Bomber would meat Larry Michael Worrell II for the very first time at the pool at the apartment complex where they both Lived. A short time later, Worrell and David left the pool area and began drinking. Later, Worrell and Da…
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On January 10, 2000, Raymundo Chagolla, who was 18 years old at the time, was at home recovering from the flu and watching The Simpsons. Around 8:40 p.m. at the Stardust Motel in Riverside, California, a tragic incident occurred. Billy Medlin, a resident of the hotel, was helping someone at the motel’s soda machine when a man approached them. The m…
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Well it's that time again! Today we catch up with the man they call 'The voice of reason' Michael Leonard is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the US justice system. He has over 30 years of experience as a defense attorney and always brings incredible incites and thoughts to the cases we discuss. Today we talk about the case of Gerald L Johnso…
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On January 10, 2000, Raymundo Chagolla, who was 18 years old at the time, was at home recovering from the flu and watching The Simpsons. Around 8:40 p.m. at the Stardust Motel in Riverside, California, a tragic incident occurred. Billy Medlin, a resident of the hotel, was helping someone at the motel’s soda machine when a man approached them. The m…
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David Talley is a man currently serving a 100 year prison sentence inside a Florida penitentiary, David did not kill anyone, he did not assault anyone, he didn't even hurt anyone. David made poor decisions and yes put peoples lives in danger including his own. He was addicted to drugs, he was stealing from gas stations after hours to pay for that a…
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On January 10, 2000, Raymundo Chagolla, who was 18 years old at the time, was at home recovering from the flu and watching The Simpsons. Around 8:40 p.m. at the Stardust Motel in Riverside, California, a tragic incident occurred. Billy Medlin, a resident of the hotel, was helping someone at the motel’s soda machine when a man approached them. The m…
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Today I catch up with the man they call, the voice of reason. Michael Leonard is a defense attorney with decades of trial experience and a wealth of knowledge in the US legal system and as always he gives us his professional opinion on our latest case, which today is the story of Dandre Lane. On the 2nd December of 2011 Dandre Lane says that while …
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Gerald Johnson is not an innocent man, he's a man who had a tough life, a life that would ultimately lead him to join one of the most notorious criminal gangs in America, The Bloods. Gerald has been called a 'Gun toting thug' and it would be the presence of a weapon during a motor vehicle accident that would see him hit with a felony murder charge.…
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The Jury system is one that is used all across the globe. A selection of every day men and women like you and I tasked with the job of coming to a decision of innocence or guilt. Lay people who most of the time have little or no knowledge of the law. As a group they are thrown together, each with their own biases, feelings and personalities, they m…
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Gerald Johnson is not an innocent man, he's a man who had a tough life, a life that would ultimately lead him to join one of the most notorious criminal gangs in America, The Bloods. Gerald has been called a 'Gun toting thug' and it would be the presence of a weapon during a motor vehicle accident that would see him hit with a felony murder charge.…
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Today is a first for OMR as I sit down with Mark Newell.. Mark is the brother of John Newell the former husband of Karen Newell who is currently incarcerated for her husbands murder.. Since I began this podcast back in September of 2022 I had always stated that this is about giving incarcerated men and women the opportunity to share their stories, …
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Juan Moreno Haines has come a long way from the man he once was, a Navy bratt who had a troubled upbringing and would take that with him as a young adult trying to find his way in life. A series of events would see him end up looking down the barrel of over 80 years in prison, he would start that sentence like most, embracing the bad side of prison…
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Ok legends! It's been a while since I recommended a podcast I've been loving so here it is for you. It's called 'Who is the cheese wire killer' - a podcast that follows the 1983 Aberdeen murder dubbed the cheese wire killer. It's a great podcast from a great independent podcast creator so go give it some love! HERE Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/pr…
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Jason Vukovich, also known as the "Alaskan Avenger," was a victim of physical and sexual abuse. He endured a childhood of beatings and rape at the hands of the man who was supposed to be his protector, his stepfather, Larry Lee Fulton. Fulton married Jason's mother and adopted him at the tender age of four. The childhood abuse led Jason down a dark…
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On the 2nd December of 2011 Dandre Lane says that while driving to his former partners home with their two year old daughter he was carjacked. A man with a gun not only took his car but also his daughter. After police are alerted to the crime they start the hunt for baby Bianca. Dandre's car would be found shortly after the alarm had been raised, s…
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Former career detective Gary Jubin spent decades of his life investigating serious crimes and putting bad people behind bars until he himself became the subject of scrutiny during his investigation into the disappearance of young William Tiral. A young three year old boy who went missing under suspicious circumstance's in 2011. Gary would be charge…
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Former career detective Gary Jubin spent decades of his life investigating serious crimes and putting bad people behind bars until he himself became the subject of scrutiny during his investigation into the disappearance of young William Tiral. A young three year old boy who went missing under suspicious circumstance's in 2011. Gary would be charge…
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On the 2nd December of 2011 Dandre Lane says that while driving to his former partners home with their two year old daughter he was carjacked. A man with a gun not only took his car but also his daughter. After police are alerted to the crime they start the hunt for baby Bianca. Dandre's car would be found shortly after the alarm had been raised, s…
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Recently we covered the story of Stephen Lawrence, convicted for the murder of his father in 1992 and sentenced to life in prison for a crime he says he's innocent of. Now it's time to catch up with the man they call 'the voice of reason' Michael Leonard. Mike is an attorney from Chicago Illinois had has decades of trial experience as a defense att…
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On the 2nd December of 2011 Dandre Lane says that while driving to his former partners home with their two year old daughter he was carjacked. A man with a gun not only took his car but also his daughter. After police are alerted to the crime they start the hunt for baby Bianca. Dandre's car would be found shortly after the alarm had been raised, s…
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In my other show WANTED, where I interview men and women who were or who currently wanted by authorities, we told the story of Wild Bill and just how he ended up being sentenced to 46 years in a Panamanian prison. Bill has never told his story past this point, until now. He talks us through the moment he was arrested and the years of corruption, dr…
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On the 2nd December of 2011 Dandre Lane says that while driving to his former partners home with their two year old daughter he was carjacked. A man with a gun not only took his car but also his daughter. After police are alerted to the crime they start the hunt for baby Bianca. Dandre's car would be found shortly after the alarm had been raised, s…
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In my other show WANTED, where I interview men and women who were or who currently wanted by authorities, we told the story of Wild Bill and just how he ended up being sentenced to 46 years in a Panamanian prison. Bill has never told his story past this point, until now. He talks us through the moment he was arrested and the years of corruption, dr…
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On the 2nd December of 2011 Dandre Lane says that while driving to his former partners home with their two year old daughter he was carjacked. A man with a gun not only took his car but also his daughter. After police are alerted to the crime they start the hunt for baby Bianca. Dandre's car would be found shortly after the alarm had been raised, s…
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In my other show WANTED, where I interview men and women who were or who currently wanted by authorities, we told the story of Wild Bill and just how he ended up being sentenced to 46 years in a Panamanian prison. Bill has never told his story past this point, until now. He talks us through the moment he was arrested and the years of corruption, dr…
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In 1992 Willard Lawrence a grocery store tycoon worth millions would die in a house fire in his home at Gun Lake in Michigan. Later that same year his son Stephen Lawrence would be arrested, tried and convicted for the crime. Stephen has always maintained he is innocent of this crime and says he was setup by his brother Don with the help of a priva…
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Recently we have been covering the story of Jeremy and Zachary Cain. Two men who were incarcerated as boys, growing up in the Alabama prison system have meant they have missed out on a lot of life's usual events. University, friendship's, careers, family and of course love. For those astute listeners you would have heard in a number of episodes I t…
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In 1992 Willard Lawrence a grocery store tycoon worth millions would die in a house fire in his home at Gun Lake in Michigan. Later that same year his son Stephen Lawrence would be arrested, tried and convicted for the crime. Stephen has always maintained he is innocent of this crime and says he was setup by his brother Don with the help of a priva…
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download the help Temujin kit here In November of 1986 a man named Scott Macklam was fatally shot in the car park of a community college in Port Huron Michigan. Fred Freeman who now goes by Temujin Kensu who was over 400 miles away in Escanaba was subsequently arrested, tried and found guilty of the crime and remains in prison almost 37 years later…
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In 1992 Willard Lawrence a grocery store tycoon worth millions would die in a house fire in his home at Gun Lake in Michigan. Later that same year his son Stephen Lawrence would be arrested, tried and convicted for the crime. Stephen has always maintained he is innocent of this crime and says he was setup by his brother Don with the help of a priva…
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On April 7, 2001 the lives of many would change forever. One man would lose his life, three young boys would be charged with murder and many families would be irreversible changed. The community of Pleasant Grove in Alabama believed they knew what happened that day and believed these boys got what was deserved, until now. --------------------------…
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In 1992 Willard Lawrence a grocery store tycoon worth millions would die in a house fire in his home at Gun Lake in Michigan. Later that same year his son Stephen Lawrence would be arrested, tried and convicted for the crime. Stephen has always maintained he is innocent of this crime and says he was setup by his brother Don with the help of a priva…
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Recently I got a chance to catch up with Anthony Duke, convicted for murder in 2015 it's a crime he has always maintained he is innocent of. During my call with Tony he would leave me shocked with some devastating news, news that was then up to me to deliver to his mum. However it's not all bad news as we end todays episode with good news. Hosted o…
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In 1992 Willard Lawrence a grocery store tycoon worth millions would die in a house fire in his home at Gun Lake in Michigan. Later that same year his son Stephen Lawrence would be arrested, tried and convicted for the crime. Stephen has always maintained he is innocent of this crime and says he was setup by his brother Don with the help of a priva…
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Recently we wrapped up the story of the Cain brothers and Mark Harper. Three boys arrested tried and convicted for the murder of Jimmy Hill. It's a crime they have always maintained was self defense. Like with other one of our cases I like to catch up with OMR's resident attorney Michael Leonard from Leonard Trial Lawyers in Chicago Illinois to get…
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In 1992 Willard Lawrence a grocery store tycoon worth millions would die in a house fire in his home at Gun Lake in Michigan. Later that same year his son Stephen Lawrence would be arrested, tried and convicted for the crime. Stephen has always maintained he is innocent of this crime and says he was setup by his brother Don with the help of a priva…
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Eye witness testimony is still considered by many as very strong and compelling evidence when it come's to a crime. If you have a very confident witness on the stand during a trial who can point out the defendant as the one who committed a crime then this can be seen as great evidence to a jury during a trial. However eye witness testimony is still…
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