DPIC Podcasts

DPIC is pleased to provide podcasts that discuss a wide variety of issues relating to the death penalty.

Our podcasts cover three different types of death penalty issues.

  • DPIC's current monthly podcast series is called "Discussions With DPIC." We speak with death penalty experts about timely death penalty developments in the news.
  • The "On the Issues" podcast series explores different factual, legal, and ethical topics relating to capital punishment.
  • A second series of podcasts details the history of capital punishment in each state.

To listen to any of the podcasts below, simply click the play button. To download the podcast, click the podcast title and then the "Download" button on the episode's page.

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Latest


Discussions With DPIC

Innocence and Prosecutorial Misconduct

Innocence and Prosecutorial Misconduct

with Exoneree Isaiah McCoy and Lawyers Michael Wiseman and Herbert Mondros

Published: Feb 16, 2017

Robin Konrad, Director of Research and Special Projects, inter­views Isaiah McCoy, the nation’s 157th death-row exoneree, and his lawyers, Michael Wiseman and Herbert Mondros. McCoy was wrong­ly con­vict­ed and sen­tenced to death in Delaware in 2012. …

Discussions With DPIC

2016 Year End Report

2016 Year End Report

Another Record Decline in Death penalty Use

Published: Dec 22, 2016

DPIC Executive Director Robert Dunham and Director of Research and Special Projects Robin Konrad dis­cuss the find­ings and themes of the 2016 DPIC Year End Report. This year marked his­toric lows in death sen­tences, exe­cu­tions, and pub­lic sup­port fo…

Discussions With DPIC

Intellectual Disability and the Death Penalty, With Law Professor John Blume

The U.S. Supreme Court Prepares to Hear Oral Argument in Moore v. Texas

Published: Nov 28, 2016

As the U.S. Supreme Court pre­pares to hear oral argu­ment in Moore v. Texas and con­sid­er the con­sti­tu­tion­al­i­ty of the state’s approach to decid­ing whether a defen­dant is intel­lec­tu­al­ly dis­abled, Cornell Law School Professor John Blume joins us to s…

Discussions With DPIC

Law professor and author John Bessler

Discussing Justice Stephen Breyer’s historic dissent in Glossip v. Gross

Published: Oct 21, 2016

Law pro­fes­sor and author John Bessler joins DPIC exec­u­tive direc­tor Robert Dunham to dis­cuss Against the Death Penalty,” a book ver­sion of Justice Stephen Breyer’s his­toric dis­sent in *Glossip v. Gross* in which he ques­tions the constitutionality…

Discussions With DPIC

Jeffrey Wood and the Texas Law of Parties

Jeffrey Wood and the Texas Law of Parties

with Expert Guest Kate Black

Published: Sep 14, 2016

Today, DPIC launch­es a new pod­cast series, Discussions With DPIC,” which will fea­ture month­ly, unscript­ed con­ver­sa­tions with death penal­ty experts on a wide vari­ety of top­ics. The inau­gur­al episode fea­tures a con­ver­sa­tion between Texas Defender S…

Death Penalty in the U.S.

Arkansas

Published: May 04, 2016

This pod­cast dis­cuss­es the his­to­ry of the death penal­ty in Arkansas, how it is car­ried out in the state, and exec­u­tive and leg­isla­tive efforts to repeal or rein­tro­duce cap­i­tal pun­ish­ment. Arkansas’ use of the death penal­ty has mir­rored the politic…

Death Penalty in the U.S.

Connecticut

Published: Mar 03, 2015

Connecticut had an infa­mous his­to­ry as far as the death penal­ty was con­cerned. Connecticut is believed to have exe­cut­ed a 12 year-old in 1786 — the youngest per­son ever exe­cut­ed in the his­to­ry of the United States. Legal issues have yet to resolv…