- 1: Perception
- Just last year 263 people were exonerated for crimes they did not commit. They lost not only time, but also opportunities that us non-exonerees take for granted. Why does that happen? What causes wrongful conviction? Most importantly how can we help to solve the problem? Demarchoe was a teenager when he was sentenced to forever in prison - but the thing is he wasn’t guilty. Using the details of Demarchoe’s story we are going to try and discover what leads to wrongful conviction and how we can fix it. Can’t wait for the next episode? We love interacting with our listeners on Social Media: * Bonus Material is available at [www.buriedalivepod.com](www.buriedalivepod.com) * Twitter: [@buriedalivepod](https://twitter.com/buriedalivepod) * Instagram: [@podcastsforjustice](https://www.instagram.com/podcastsforjustice/) * Facebook: [https://www.facebook.com/podcastsforjustice](https://www.facebook.com/podcastsforjustice) * FB Group: [https://www.facebook.com/groups/convictedpod/](https://www.facebook.com/groups/convictedpod/) * Social Media info for individual podcast team members is on the credits page: [https://www.buriedalivepod.com/podcast-credits/](https://www.buriedalivepod.com/podcast-credits/) Remember, if the credit page gets shared 500 times on twitter, we won’t read them for the rest of the season. Here’s a link to that tweet [https://twitter.com/buriedalivepod/status/990230825923903488](https://twitter.com/buriedalivepod/status/990230825923903488) Until next time, thanks so much for listening!
- 2018-05-14 03:30:00 UTC