Wrongful Conviction Wrongful Conviction

Hosted By: Jason Flom
Podcast Network: Lava for Good

Wrongful Conviction exposes the haunting realm of wrongful convictions in the criminal justice system. Each episode features in-depth interviews with individuals who have faced the nightmare of being unjustly convicted and imprisoned.

Through these conversations, the podcast aims to shed light on the flaws in the legal system, explore the causes of wrongful convictions, and advocate for the exoneration and release of innocent individuals.

Wrongful Conviction Podcast Host:

Jason Flom, an esteemed music industry executive turned activist and philanthropist, is the charismatic and passionate host of Wrongful Conviction. With over four decades of experience in the music business, Flom has worked with legendary artists such as Katy Perry, Lorde, and Kid Rock.

Beyond his success in the industry, Flom has devoted a significant portion of his life to fighting for criminal justice reform and advocating for the wrongfully convicted.

Praise from Listeners*:

  • Educational and Eye-Opening: Listeners appreciate the educational aspect of the podcast, as it illuminates the flaws and biases present in the legal system, prompting critical conversations about justice and reform.
  • Empathy and Human Connection: The host showcases empathy and establishes a strong rapport with the guests, allowing for personal and heartfelt conversations that resonate with listeners.
  • Impactful Advocacy: The podcast not only raises awareness about wrongful convictions but also works towards rectifying the injustices by advocating for policy changes and the release of the wrongfully imprisoned.

Criticisms from Listeners*:

  • Lack of Diverse Perspectives: Critics note that the podcast could benefit from featuring a wider range of perspectives, including legal experts, prosecutors, or individuals with different viewpoints on criminal justice reform, to provide a more comprehensive analysis of the issues at hand.
  • Limited Follow-up: While the podcast brings attention to wrongful convictions and advocates for justice reform, some listeners have expressed a desire for more consistent updates and follow-ups on the cases presented, as well as the outcomes of the advocacy efforts initiated by the podcast.

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Review (1)

4.3 out of 5.0
Content 5.0
Audio 5.0
Host(s) 3.0
  • Felicia
    November 3, 2023 at 9:49 pm

    Is there anyway the cussing can calm down? I love your Podcast and so do my kids, but the bad language.

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