Former Indiana State Police trooper David Camm, who was exonerated in 2013 after being convicted twice and serving more than 10 years in state prison for the murder of his family, is featured in a new podcast looking at the use of experts in criminal trials.
When it gets to be too much, where can you go for help? “Off the Record” host Kerry Hyatt Bennett is here with Loretta Oleksy of the Indiana Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program (JLAP) to help figure it all out.
IndyBar: Season 2 of ‘Off the Record with James Bell’ Highlights Innovation and Growth Within Indy’s Legal Community and Beyond
From Indy legal legends to nationally renowned writers and field experts, “Off the Record” host (and past IndyBar president) James Bell goes beyond the courtroom and delves into the minds of his esteemed guests. The podcast features stories and insight on topics like gender diversity in the profession, President Donald Trump’s impeachment, what it’s like to argue at the U.S Supreme Court, the fight for racial equality and so much more.
The death of George Floyd has sparked outrage across the country and brought the many issues surrounding systemic racism to the forefront. Our community is no exception.
Indiana attorneys who have an inkling to share their interesting stories and experiences in the practice of law or lawyers eager to glean knowledge from those who came before them now have an outlet to do so through a new podcast offered by the Indianapolis Bar Association.