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Not Guilty

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Not Guilty
Not Guilty

Not Guilty

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What defines guilt? Should we judge the accused based on the evidence found against them? Or by the decision made about them by a jury of their peers? Each week we look at complicated criminal cases, where the evidence and the verdict don’t always line up, testing the limits of “innocent until proven guilty.” Not Guilty is a production of Cutler Media and part of the Parcast Network.

Latest Episodes

Released: The Tulia Convictions Pt. 2

In the summer of 2000, Kareem White stood trial for drug charges that he insisted were false. Over 30 other defendants had been convicted ahead of him. But White insisted that all of the Tulia cases were shams, trumped-up charges fabricated by narcotics officer Tom Coleman.

53 MIN1 d ago
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Released: The Tulia Convictions Pt. 2

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Released: The Tulia Convictions Pt. 1

Insanity: John Hinckley Jr. Pt. 2

Following the 1981 attempted assassination of President, Ronald Regan, FBI agents interviewed John Hinckley, Jr. and were certain they had an open and shut case. But they soon realized the case was much more complicated than they imagined.

47 MIN2 w ago
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Insanity: John Hinckley Jr. Pt. 2

Insanity: John Hinckley Jr. Pt. 1

Driven by an obsessive fixation, John Hinckley Jr. would ultimately cause one of the most shocking events in recent American history: the 1981 attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan.

46 MIN3 w ago
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Pardoned: Richard Nixon Pt. 2

On May 17, 1973, the Senate Select Committee began its hearings of several key witnesses in the Watergate break-in. What they would uncover would shock the country, dismantle a powerful presidency, and shake Americans' trust in the office of the president for years to come.

53 MINNOV 14
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Pardoned: Richard Nixon Pt. 2

Pardoned: Richard Nixon Pt. 1

In 1972, a break-in at the Watergate office complex in Washington D.C. had the FBI investigating what they thought was an ordinary burglary. But when the evidence led them to the White House, they uncovered what would become the biggest political scandal of the 20th century.

51 MINNOV 7
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Pardoned: Richard Nixon Pt. 1

Exonerated: Claus von Bülow Pt. 2

After his wife Sunny von Bülow fell into a mysterious coma in 1980, Claus von Bülow was charged with her attempted murder. A high-profile trial would follow—resulting in a shocking verdict, and ultimately, a momentous acquittal.

54 MINOCT 31
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Exonerated: Claus von Bülow Pt. 2

Exonerated: Claus von Bülow Pt. 1

Sunny von Bülow collapsed in her Rhode Island home in December of 1980—inexplicably falling into a coma, ultimately never to recover. An investigation would soon be launched by her children into the possible involvement of their step-father, socialite Claus von Bülow.

44 MINOCT 24
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Exonerated: Claus von Bülow Pt. 1

Exonerated: Lynn DeJac Peters Pt. 2

Buffalo, NY: After being arrested for the murder of her thirteen-year-old daughter in 1993, we follow Lynn Peters’ criminal proceedings, and also examine the shocking cold-case investigation that uncovered new evidence...13 years later.

51 MINOCT 17
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Exonerated: Lynn DeJac Peters Pt. 2

Latest Episodes

Released: The Tulia Convictions Pt. 2

In the summer of 2000, Kareem White stood trial for drug charges that he insisted were false. Over 30 other defendants had been convicted ahead of him. But White insisted that all of the Tulia cases were shams, trumped-up charges fabricated by narcotics officer Tom Coleman.

53 MIN1 d ago
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Released: The Tulia Convictions Pt. 2

Listen First! DOG TALES, A Parcast Original Series!

They’re four-legged, full of love and often times more like family than their nickname suggests. Parcast’s endearing original series, DOG TALES, tells the true stories of heroic canines that have gone above and beyond their “best friend” duties. Every Monday, embark on a new journey of courage, service, and unwavering sacrifice by our most loyal companions. Enjoy this exclusive clip from the first episode on Buddy the German Shepherd—America’s first seeing-eye guide dog. To finish this episode, subscribe to DOG TALES free on Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts!

14 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Listen First! DOG TALES, A Parcast Original Series!

Released: The Tulia Convictions Pt. 1

In 1999, the town of Tulia, Texas was rocked by the racially motivated arrests of 46 people—39 of them African American. This resulted in 38 convictions for various drug charges with sentences of up to 90 years in prison.

52 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Released: The Tulia Convictions Pt. 1

Insanity: John Hinckley Jr. Pt. 2

Following the 1981 attempted assassination of President, Ronald Regan, FBI agents interviewed John Hinckley, Jr. and were certain they had an open and shut case. But they soon realized the case was much more complicated than they imagined.

47 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Insanity: John Hinckley Jr. Pt. 2

Insanity: John Hinckley Jr. Pt. 1

Driven by an obsessive fixation, John Hinckley Jr. would ultimately cause one of the most shocking events in recent American history: the 1981 attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan.

46 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Insanity: John Hinckley Jr. Pt. 1

Pardoned: Richard Nixon Pt. 2

On May 17, 1973, the Senate Select Committee began its hearings of several key witnesses in the Watergate break-in. What they would uncover would shock the country, dismantle a powerful presidency, and shake Americans' trust in the office of the president for years to come.

53 MINNOV 14
Comments
Pardoned: Richard Nixon Pt. 2

Pardoned: Richard Nixon Pt. 1

In 1972, a break-in at the Watergate office complex in Washington D.C. had the FBI investigating what they thought was an ordinary burglary. But when the evidence led them to the White House, they uncovered what would become the biggest political scandal of the 20th century.

51 MINNOV 7
Comments
Pardoned: Richard Nixon Pt. 1

Exonerated: Claus von Bülow Pt. 2

After his wife Sunny von Bülow fell into a mysterious coma in 1980, Claus von Bülow was charged with her attempted murder. A high-profile trial would follow—resulting in a shocking verdict, and ultimately, a momentous acquittal.

54 MINOCT 31
Comments
Exonerated: Claus von Bülow Pt. 2

Exonerated: Claus von Bülow Pt. 1

Sunny von Bülow collapsed in her Rhode Island home in December of 1980—inexplicably falling into a coma, ultimately never to recover. An investigation would soon be launched by her children into the possible involvement of their step-father, socialite Claus von Bülow.

44 MINOCT 24
Comments
Exonerated: Claus von Bülow Pt. 1

Exonerated: Lynn DeJac Peters Pt. 2

Buffalo, NY: After being arrested for the murder of her thirteen-year-old daughter in 1993, we follow Lynn Peters’ criminal proceedings, and also examine the shocking cold-case investigation that uncovered new evidence...13 years later.

51 MINOCT 17
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Exonerated: Lynn DeJac Peters Pt. 2
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