Texas Crimecast

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Sinopse

The Dallas Morning News reporters Tristan Hallman and Sarah Mervosh discuss the events happening in the courts, with local police departments and on the streets of North Texas.

Episódios

  • Introducing The Death of Bothan Jean: Amber Guyger on Trial from The Dallas Morning News

    Introducing 'The Death of Bothan Jean: Amber Guyger on Trial' from The Dallas Morning News

    25/09/2019 Duração: 07min

    From The Dallas Morning News, ‘The Death of Botham Jean: Amber Guyger on Trial’ is a series of special reports about the murder trial of fired Dallas police officer Amber Guyger in the shooting death of Botham Jean. In this latest episode, The News’ Jennifer Emily reports on the dramatic police footage and emotional testimony that set the stage for Day 2 of the trial.  To subscribe, search for "The Dallas Morning News" in any podcast player to get our audio feed of daily headlines and special reports. Go back to episode 1 and listen from the beginning to get more backstory and analysis on this case.  Help support our journalism by subscribing to The Dallas Morning News. Our listeners will find a special offer at http://dallasnews.com/audio. Questions or comments? Email us at audio@dallasnews.com.  

  • Reporters talk about working the night five Dallas police officers were killed in a deadly ambush

    Reporters talk about working the night five Dallas police officers were killed in a deadly ambush

    26/07/2016 Duração: 30min

    It's been nearly three weeks since the shootings in downtown Dallas that left five police officers dead and injured seven others and two civilians. Host Jen Emily chats with Sarah Mervosh, Kevin Krause, and Hannah Wise about that horrific night. Hannah was on the streets covering the protest and provided updates throughout the night, Sarah quickly returned to work and stayed on scene for many hours, and Kevin has been learning more about the shooter, Micah Johnson. Mike Hashimoto ends the show with his usual "Dropping the Mic" segment, discussing Dallas Police Chief David Brown. Join the conversation! https://twitter.com/TexasCrimeCast https://www.facebook.com/texascrimecast/ Catch new episodes out on Tuesdays.

  • Jury duty: Why dont you show up?

    Jury duty: Why don't you show up?

    05/07/2016 Duração: 34min

    In the latest episode, we cover all angles of jury duty: why you should serve, what problems come up in picking jurors, and what it's like to serve, especially in serious cases like capital murder. Host Jen Emily chats with state district judge Brandon Birmingham, defense attorney Angel Mata, Dallas Morning News environmental reporter Jeff Mosier, and DMN federal courts reporter Kevin Krause about juries. Editorial writer Mike Hashimoto end the show with his latest “Hashing It Out,” also on the topic of jury duty. Join the conversation! https://twitter.com/TexasCrimeCast https://www.facebook.com/texascrimecast/ Catch new episodes out on Tuesdays.

  • That time jury duty lead to love and marriage

    That time jury duty lead to love and marriage

    30/06/2016 Duração: 30min

    Host Jen Emily chats with appellate court justice Lana Myers and her husband David Myers. Breaking news reporter Naheed Rajwani also joins the show. Today's episode is about a love story - and how jury duty lead to Lana and David getting married. Justice Myers also recalls a case that stands out from her time on the bench -- a man who had a violent outburst after she sentenced him to death. She then talks about her work with STAR Court (Success Through Addiction Recovery.) Editorial writer Mike Hashimoto ends the show talking about Johnny Manziel.

  • Asking a jury for the death penalty

    Asking a jury for the death penalty

    23/06/2016 Duração: 35min

    Host Jen Emily chats with attorneys Juan Sanchez and Toby Shook. Sanchez is a defense attorney who has worked on five death penalty cases. Shook sought the death penalty against defendants 21 times. The three talk about how prosecutors decide to seek the ultimate punishment and what it's like in the courtroom during the trial. Editorial writer Mike Hashimoto ends the show talking about Dallas County D.A. Susan Hawk and how it's still not time to demand she quit.

  • Whats being done about the loose dog problem in southern Dallas

    What's being done about the loose dog problem in southern Dallas

    16/06/2016 Duração: 29min

    In this edition, host Sarah Mervosh talks about the loose dog problem in southern Dallas. On the show today - Sharon Grigsby of The Dallas Morning News' editorial board, Peter Brodsky of the city's animal advisory commission, animal activist Stephanie Timko, and Dallas City Councilwoman Tiffinni Young of District 7. The group discusses the ongoing problem and what's being done to fix it. Also, the group talks about Antoinette Brown, the woman who was killed by a pack of dogs, who turned on her in a South Dallas field. Mike Hashimoto ends the show with his take on the loose dog problem.

  • Shooting at Dallas police headquarters, Darlie Routier murders

    Shooting at Dallas police headquarters, Darlie Routier murders

    09/06/2016 Duração: 30min

    Jen Emily chats with Tasha Tsiaperas and Tristan Hallman about two anniversaries. First, it's the one year anniversary of the attack on the Dallas Police Department. Tristan talks about his interviews with officers who were in the line of fire. Also, it's been 20 years since Darlie Routier stabbed her two young sons to death in Rowlett. The group talks about why some question her guilt and why others have no doubts.

  • Suspicious death of a Dallas lawyer, fallout from Baylor rape scandal, comparing Affluenza teen to another juvenile case

    Suspicious death of a Dallas lawyer, fallout from Baylor rape scandal, comparing Affluenza teen to another juvenile case

    02/06/2016 Duração: 28min

    Jen Emily talks with Tasha Tsiaperas and Naheed Rajwani about the suspicious death of Dallas lawyer Ira Tobolowsky, who was beloved by the legal community. Also on the show, the group chats with investigative reporter Sue Ambrose about the fallout after the rape scandal at Baylor. Editorial Mike Hashimoto ends the CrimeCast on why we feel differently about a teen who killed at 13 and granted parole compared to Affluenza teen Ethan Couch.

  • A little bit of everything: Two men from Iraq, D.A. Hawk seeks treatment, Baylor scandal

    A little bit of everything: Two men from Iraq, D.A. Hawk seeks treatment, Baylor scandal

    26/05/2016 Duração: 28min

    Host Jen Emily chats with Gromer Jeffers and Kevin Krause on a variety of topics. In this episode, you'll hear about an Iraqi man who became a U.S. military translator but then declared his loyalty to ISIS. Another man immigrated here to escape the violence in Iraq, only to be murdered in North Texas. Also. hear the latest on Dallas County Disctrict Attorney Susan Hawk who is seeking medical treatment for severe depression. Finally, editorial writer Mike Hashimoto gives his thoughts on the Baylor scandal and how the university handled sexual assault convictions and allegations against members of the football team. https://twitter.com/TexasCrimeCast

  • Artist, club kid, alleged killer. Who is the real Christopher Colbert?

    Artist, club kid, alleged killer. Who is the real Christopher Colbert?

    19/05/2016 Duração: 26min

    Host Jen Emily chats with Naheed Rajwani and Christopher Wynn. They just reported on a story about Christopher Colbert, who came to Dallas in pursuit of wealth and fame and left an alleged con man and murderer. He is accused of killing Ronald Shumway, hiding his body under a slab of concrete and posing as him to sell his house. The group also talks to Fred Robertson, who found Shumway's body. Read the full story here - http://interactives.dallasnews.com/2016/cracked/?_ga=1.158626812.777719847.1452175842

  • Waco: Wacko or Trendy?

    Waco: Wacko or Trendy?

    12/05/2016 Duração: 31min

    Host Jen Emily chats with Naomi Martin, Smiley Pool, and Irwin Thompson. The group talks about Wacko Waco and whether it's losing that image cultivated for years with tragedies like the deadly Branch Davidian standoff and the Twin Peaks shooting. But, there is now an element of cool in some parts of the town - mainly because of the HGTV show "Fixer Upper." Editorial writer Mike Hashimoto will close out the show with his 'Hashing it Out' segment, looking at how police and prosecutors have handled the aftermath of the Twin Peaks shootout.

  • Closure of Tent City, court appearance of Johnny Manziel, new Strange podcast, portrait of a serial killer

    Closure of Tent City, court appearance of Johnny Manziel, new 'Strange' podcast, portrait of a serial killer

    05/05/2016 Duração: 30min

    In this week's episode, hosts Jen Emily and Tasha Tsiaperas discuss the closing of the Dallas homeless encampment Tent City and the first court appearance of Johnny Manziel. Christopher Wynn joins the show to talk about his new podcast 'Strange.' (Download it on iTunes or stream it at guidelive.com/podcasts and the DMN's AudioBoom page.) Claire Ballor and Sarah Mervosh chat about a profile they did looking at a man connected to seven victims in two states. Finally, Mike Hashimoto ends the show with his latest "Hashing it Out."

  • The link between athletes, violence, and crime

    The link between athletes, violence, and crime

    28/04/2016 Duração: 29min

    Host Jen Emily chats with enterprise writer Dave Tarrant, college sports writer Chuck Carlton, and UT Dallas criminology professor Alex Piquero. The focus this week is on athletes, violence, and crime - a common theme with the indictment of Johnny Manziel in a domestic violence case and assault cases involving Baylor football players. Piquero and two colleagues studied violence among NFL players and shares his findings with the group.

  • Texas CrimeCast: Johnny Manziel, murder and a Mexican drug kingpin, real guns that look like Nintendo controllers

    Texas CrimeCast: Johnny Manziel, murder and a Mexican drug kingpin, real guns that look like Nintendo controllers

    21/04/2016 Duração: 24min

    This week, host Jen Emily talks with guest Britton Peele, the geek culture critic for The News' Guide Live, about two Texas companies making real guns that look like the old-school Nintendo zappers. Kevin Krause talks about a DMN investigationinto a plea agreement with a Mexican drug kingpin. Editorial writer Mike Hashimoto opines about the legal troubles of former Aggie and Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel.

  • Affluenza teen in court, Fawcett memorial, jury awards domestic violence victim

    Affluenza teen in court, Fawcett memorial, jury awards domestic violence victim

    14/04/2016 Duração: 29min

    Host Jen Emily chats with Naheed Rajwani and Julie Fancher about several criminal justice stories in the news this week. On the show, the group discusses the capture of murder suspect Brenda Delgado, the latest in the saga of affluenza teen Ethan Couch. Also, a discussion on the murder of Stacy Fawcett and her son at the hands of another son, who then killed himself. Jen then talks about her interview with Maria Escamilla, a domestic violence survivor who was awarded more than $40 million by a civil jury.

  • The latest on plans to close Dallas Tent City

    The latest on plans to close Dallas' Tent City

    07/04/2016 Duração: 35min

    Host Tasha Tsiaperas chats with Cindy Crain of the Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance, Sam Merten of The Bridge, and Michael Sitarzewski of the Cedars Neighborhood Association. The group discusses plans to close Tent City in Dallas, the massive homeless encampment under I-45 outside downtown.

  • Police chief again at odds with officers, still has community support

    Police chief again at odds with officers, still has community support

    31/03/2016 Duração: 24min

    Host Tasha Tsiaperas chats with reporters Naomi Martin and Sarah Mervosh. The group will discuss the David and Goliath story of a real estate firm's lawsuit against an elderly woman with demential, the postponed execution for a father who killed his daughters, and the latest complaints against the Dallas police chief.

  • Mother accused of killing daughters, Walmart shooting, Bieber from the bench

    Mother accused of killing daughters, Walmart shooting, Bieber from the bench

    24/03/2016 Duração: 24min

    Host Jen Emily chats with fellow reporters Naheed Rajwani and Claire Ballor about a mother accused of killing her young daughters, a man murdered after finding notoriety by having sex on a Ferris wheel with a stranger on his wedding day and a love triangle that may have led to a shooting in Kaufman. Joining us in the studio is state District Judge Brandon Birmingham to talk about guitars, Justin Bieber, what we can learn from exonerations, what it's like on a felony court bench and jury duty. Editorial writer Mike Hashimoto then ends the show with his latest Hashing It Out.

  • Officer charged with murder, plus the latest on teen missing for nearly two decades

    Officer charged with murder, plus the latest on teen missing for nearly two decades

    17/03/2016 Duração: 27min

    Host Jen Emily chats with Kevin Krause and Claire Ballor about a Farmers Branch officer who was charged with murder and aggravated assault after shooting and killing one teen, and injuring another. This happened while Officer Ken Johnson was working off duty. Also, a chat about a missing UNT student who hasn't been seen for two decades. New leads in the case may point to her remains.

  • How a Dallas teens heroin overdose could change drug laws

    How a Dallas teen's heroin overdose could change drug laws

    10/03/2016 Duração: 31min

    Host Tasha Tsiaperas chats with Dianne Solis, Kevin Krause, and Naheed Rajwani. Today's shows is centered on heroin - the group will discuss a new effort to treat heroin as an addiction rather than a crime, and the plot to inject heroin into 19-year-old Rian Lashley to steal $3,500. Rian's dad, Joseph Lashley, will join the show as well to talk Good Samaritan laws.

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