October 5, 2021

Episode 18: Black, Innocent, and Convicted

At 17 years old, Jarrett Adams was wrongly convicted and sentenced to 28 years in prison. It took him ten years to prove his innocence. As shocking as Jarrett's story is, he will be the first to tell you that it is not as unique as you think. Join Meghan Paulas for her conversation with Jarrett, author of Redeeming Justice, about his journey through the broken criminal legal system and why it's all too common to be Black, innocent, and convicted.

Episode Host: Meghan Paulas, Vice President of Network Advancement at ACS

Episode Guest: Jarrett Adams, Attorney at The Law Offices of Jarrett Adams


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