EP75: Making a Murderer attorney Jerry Buting: case updates, police and justice reform

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INTERVIEW: Jerry Buting (@jbuting)

-Updates on the Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey cases featured in Making a Murderer

-Why do people falsely confess? Why do people choose to plead guilty even if they’ve done nothing wrong?

-In the wake of George Floyd’s murder and subsequent protests, what should we aim to achieve in police and justice reform?

-Time to get rid of qualified immunity

-The wake of destruction left by the death penalty

-How can we best craft the expungement of people convicted under cannabis possession?

-What the Biden administration can do to pursue real criminal justice and police reform

Jerry Buting is a criminal defense attorney based in Wisconsin. He is best known as Steven Avery’s attorney, featured in the Netflix documentary Making a Murderer. He is also the author of the book Illusion of Justice and a co-founder of the Center for Integrity in Forensic Sciences.

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