Music Executive Jason Flom has been on the board of the Innocence Project for 25 years. The non-profit investigative organization is dedicated to proving the innocence of those they contend were wrongly convicted.

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Flom also hosts the podcast Wrongful Conviction with Jason Flom. He says he started the podcast three years ago because, “I thought if I could help exonerees share their stories, and in so doing, help to prevent even one wrongful conviction from happening in the future – then let’s do that.”

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On Monday, Jason joins Dr. Phil and special guest Amanda Knox, who, after being convicted twice of murdering her roommate, was finally exonerated by the Italian Supreme Court (Corte Suprema di Cassazione) in 2015.

The trio discuss several cases they believe involve wrongful conviction, including Wisconsin’s Brendan Dassey, who is featured in the Netflix documentary series, Making A Murderer, and death row inmate Rodney Reed, who the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals granted an indefinite stay of execution on November 15, 2019, just five days before he was scheduled to die.

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Watch the video above to learn what Jason says are the leading causes of wrongful convictions.

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This episode contains graphic discussions about criminal cases. Viewer discretion is advised.

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