Another Not Guilty
S3/E16: Sleeping With The Frenemy

S3/E16: Sleeping With The Frenemy

September 20, 2020

Warning the charges are sensitive and of a sexual nature, if this is troubling then perhaps don't listen.  Anyway the public defender in this case is an amazing attorney who was able to show the jury that the alleged victim claiming she was raped had some serious credibility issues and drug problems that added up to Not Guilty!

S3/E15: El Primer Pescador Latino De Los Angeles

S3/E15: El Primer Pescador Latino De Los Angeles

September 6, 2020

This is a fun trial with involving a boat sinking in the ports of LA which led to criminal charges for the first latino fisherman of Los Angeles which also led to the first jury trial for a young public defender who has been dreaming of this moment since childhood.  Enjoy!

S3/E14: Zero To Not Guilty In 1.37 Seconds

S3/E14: Zero To Not Guilty In 1.37 Seconds

August 23, 2020

We gotta another pandemic jury trial police assault case that ended in a nice fat not guilty because of the amazing trial work of a public defender with the experience and savviness in using an accident reconstruction expert to combat the worst piece of evidence.  Enjoy!

S3/E13: Black Friday Steals

S3/E13: Black Friday Steals

August 9, 2020

Wow ANG is presenting another hot current story from the trenches during the Covid era.  This time we present a classic case of the prosecution doing its' best to grease the wheels of mass incarceration trying to send the client to prison without the requisite proof beyond a reasonable doubt only to be thwarted by the local public defender who knows the case and the community the best.

S3/E12: Liberty Does Dallas

S3/E12: Liberty Does Dallas

July 26, 2020

This episode is a little longer than most but totally worth the listen.  The jury trial and charge speaks to all of the issues and problems our country currently faces; it's a case that stemmed from racial profiling with the trial occurring in the middle of the pandemic and during the country's protests against police brutality.   Enjoy!

S3/E11: Saw Me Bangin’ In The Honda (It Wasn’t Me)

S3/E11: Saw Me Bangin’ In The Honda (It Wasn’t Me)

July 12, 2020

In this episode Santa Clara Alternate Deputy Public Defender Sajid Khan walks his client on a gang murder trial.  Listen as Sajid shares with us how he fought the case and the prosecution's bogus theory from the beginning to the end, even going to the appellate court for relief, but ultimately he had to leave it in the hand's of the jury to decide his innocent client's fate.

ANG Special Edition: All For One And One For All

ANG Special Edition: All For One And One For All

July 8, 2020

In this ANG special edition we interview Santa Clara Alternate Public Defender Sajid Khan about his experience being retaliated against and having a whistle blower complaint filed against him by his local district attorney for speaking out against systemic racism and being critical of prosecutors.  Check it out.

S2/E16 (Replay): The High Cost Of Eating Meat

S2/E16 (Replay): The High Cost Of Eating Meat

June 28, 2020

This is the last episode we re-play featuring police brutality for the month of June.  This particular episode demonstrates just how lawless and brazen an entire police force can be and the importance of checking that power.

S1/E10 (Replay): To Protect And Serve The System

S1/E10 (Replay): To Protect And Serve The System

June 21, 2020

Replay of a police brutality case where the deputy sheriffs violently brutalized a trans african american inmate.  Fortunately public defender Jimmy was able to catch them in their lies and have the entire case thrown out!

S2/E3 (Replay): Resisting An Officer In The Performance Of His Lies

S2/E3 (Replay): Resisting An Officer In The Performance Of His Lies

June 14, 2020

A citizen is unlawfully brutalized by the police, an audio recording gives a contradictory account of what the arresting officers asserts happened.  It don't matter the prosecution still tries to obtain a conviction against the victim of the police violence.  That's the name of the game.  And defending people against unlawful police brutality cases is what we public defenders do.  Enjoy.

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