This week, LawNext veers a bit off-topic for a dialogue about wrongful convictions. But, as you are going to hear from our guests, there is a lawful tech angle, even to this.
At the recent Clio Cloud Conference, I experienced the prospect to sit down for a stay discussion with 1 of the keynote speakers, Brian Banking companies, whose aspirations for a occupation in the NFL had been sidetracked when, at age 16, he was falsely accused of sexual assault, ensuing in his accepting a plea deal that place him in jail for five several years. It was an working experience that has produced Banking institutions a powerful advocate for felony justice reform.
Joining Banking companies for that conversation was Michael Semanchik, the lawyer who served clear Banks’ name even though functioning as taking care of legal professional of the California Innocence Job. Not long ago, Semanchik released a new job, The Innocence Middle, the place he is government director. He also hosts a single of the best new podcasts of 2023, the shortly-to-be-renamed California Innocence Middle Podcast.
For Banking institutions, there was a joyful ending to the story, in that he did crystal clear his name and he even got to perform in the NFL. But wrongful convictions keep on to plague the prison justice method. Nowadays we’ll hear Banks’ tale and discover what the system can do to maintain other innocent individuals out of jail.
(Pictured earlier mentioned are Semanchik, Banking companies and me after our recording at the Clio meeting.)
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