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Author: This American Life

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A podcast from the creators of This American Life
36 Episodes
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The state of Ohio decides where Joshua belongs.
A teenager decides to cooperate.
If you listen closely to the trash-talking, you start to get the message.
Life after you put a cop in jail.
Don’t tell the judges, but the prosecutors have the most power in the building.
What happens when the right evidence points to the wrong man?
The smell of raw marijuana + acting nervous + hands in pockets = ?
When a judge believes he knows you better than you know yourself.
A young woman at a bar is slapped on the butt. So why’s she the one in jail?
S03 Trailer

S03 Trailer

2018-09-0500:07:57122

Serial is heading back to court—this time, in Cleveland. Hear the trailer now.
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Hurricane McLean

i think the host should try to talk faster at the end credits 🤪🤯

Jul 19th
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Shubham Narula

Adnan might or might not have done this but idk how a jury convicted him cuz there are so many doubts here. I think he also got very unlucky due to her attorney's health and how she acted in court. one thing that bothers me is how don (hae's bf) said the prosecutor yelled at him for not saying Adnan seemed dangerous during there first meeting. that says it all there

Jul 18th
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Hurricane McLean

the host is so horny for adnan, it's ridick

Jul 18th
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Ben Adams

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Jul 16th
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Jul 16th
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Ben Adams

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Jul 16th
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Ben Adams

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Jul 16th
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Bad Robot

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Jul 12th
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Bad Robot

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Jul 12th
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Rick Hiner

Marijuana has been linked to psychotic episodes for over 100 years and nobody wants to admit it. Adnan used Marijuana that day.

Jul 10th
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Kaity Strong

Kaity Strong you know marijuanna doesnt actually make you see fairies and leprechauns right?

Jul 19th
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Kaity Strong

Rick Hiner and linked to psychotic episodes for how long exactly? and with what proof to back it up exactly? presumably oxycontin and antidepressents are less linked to psychotic episodes. please. show me some proof and I will kindly lay off your conservative fear mongering totally fabricated nonsense immediately

Jul 19th
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chunktusk

Gaul sounds like Ron Swanson and I can't unhear it.

Jul 8th
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Alan O'Hora

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Jul 8th
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PAVEMENT TALK PODCAST

oh my god. what a great podcast. brilliant. #greenmonkey 🐒👍

Jul 7th
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george v

I can tell the Prosecutor has never been in a fight before, specially in a bar fight. Dude, you just go into survival mode. The craziest thing is that the prosecutor is butt hurt about how the defense lawyer approached her. What?!!! This system is so messed up.

Jul 1st
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Andrew Lacombe

any new episodes coming out?

Jun 30th
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Suzzy j

Did they ever check the best buy security surveillance? The defense attorneys are shit

Jun 30th
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Suzzy j

Maybe I missed something...but didn't Jay say he SAW the body in the trunk AND that he HELPED dig the grave??...Depending on the state, that would be enough to charge him with murder... is Jay even in jail?

Jun 30th
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Rocio Center

I think because Jay knows so much about what happened to this girl, where her car is, and hid the shovels Jay is completely guilty. The police get so caught up with this theory that a boyfriend must have done it that they turn their attention away from the only person with information about the crime. If Adnan was guilty of this crime wouldn't he have created an actual alibi instead of just saying I don't know. Most criminals are going to create a story to keep themselves out of trouble and that's exactly what Jay did.

Jun 27th
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Lars Wood

Honestly I think the "naive ones" are people who think they're "all guilty" rather then the ones who thinks they're "all innocent"... because when you "all innocent" at the very least you will need evidence to tell you they did do it but when you think they're "all guilty" you are not being careful about your prespective of things because you think "oh I'm not fooled" and the ability of proving innocence is harder because most people don't have something to alibi them every second of the year, you will need luck to be able to do that.

Jun 27th
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Lesly Carter

Guilty of drug abuse when the only evidence was obtained via civil rights violation amidst the brutality of a monster cop...

Jun 27th
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