Archive June 2022

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Ed Monahan Featured on Public Defenseless

This week on the Public Defenseless Podcast, I spoke with Ed Monahan, former Public Advocate of Kentucky. His work in Kentucky public defense started in 1976, and with such a storied career, Ed offers truly insightful analysis of what went wrong and what went right in the development of state wide public defense in Kentucky. 

AEDPA bars federal courts from hearing new evidence on claim that state postconviction counsel failed to develop state court record

The Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA) prohibits federal courts from hearing new evidence to support a claim that a petitioner’s state postconviction counsel negligently failed to develop the state court record, the U.S. Supreme Court held May 23 in Shinn v. Ramirez.

NAPD Pride Month Statement and Celebration

We value this month of June as a dedicated time to commemorate and honor our LGBTQ+ community. And what we know for sure is that every day of every month is a time to amplify LGBTQ+ lived experiences.

Public Defenseless Interviews Zealous' Scott Hechinger

This week on the Public Defenseless Podcast, I spoke with Scott Hechinger, Founder and Executive Director of Zealous. Pulling on his experience working as a Brooklyn Public Defender, Scott and I explore the difference between what is actually happening with criminal justice in New York vs what is being reported.
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