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Court Junkie

Oct 26, 2016

Trying someone for murder without knowing the location of the victim's body happens a lot more than you might think. The phrase "no body, no crime" just isn't true. I spoke with Tad DiBiase, a former federal homicide prosecutor and expert on no body murder cases, about the first no body case he tried, what the stats on these types of cases are, and how these cases can affect jury selection. 

Court Junkie Briefs are additional episodes I've created that focus on a singular courtoom-related issue. I'll be speaking with legal experts, analysts, attorneys, forensic pathologists, etc., to help us all get a better understanding of our justice system. 

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