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Conviction

By Gimlet

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Description

Manuel Gomez is a detective straight out of a detective novel. He carries a pen that’s really a knife, wears a watch that’s really a camera, adores Sherlock Holmes and Miami Vice. But the cases Gomez takes on are all too real: cases of young men in New York City who say they’ve been arrested for crimes they didn’t commit. In the first season of Conviction, reporter Saki Knafo follows Gomez as he tackles the biggest case of his career—and along the way, Saki explores big questions about criminal justice in America. This story is the first in Gimlet Media’s Conviction series, which will feature a new piece of investigative reporting each season. This show includes strong language and descriptions of violence, and may not be appropriate for sensitive listeners.

Customer Reviews

Saki was too harsh on Manny

This was a great story and an enjoyable listen. Manny is obviously flawed, as we all are, but I felt Saki was too harsh. He made it seem like he always thought Manny was lying. It felt a little exploitative.

Further to Serial Series 3...

An excellent podcast that examines the disparity between crime and conviction for parts of society in America denied access to a fair trail. Great story, fascinating characters and brilliant production. Highly recommended!

Listen to this!

The host has a wonderful voice and the story got me quite emotional in parts. Well worth a listen!