Rank #1: Ep 101 - A Story Worth Listening To (rereleased)
Richard Nicolas has been incarcerated for over twenty years - convicted for murdering his own daughter. The thing is... what IF he didn't do it?
Just a few of the mind boggling elements of this case...
- Christina Gutierrez, the same attorney who represented Adnan Syed, represented Richard.
- Sharon May, featured in the docuseries "The Keepers", was the prosecutor
- Adnan Syed is housed in the same prison, and same block, as Richard.
Innocent or Guilty, Richard Nicolas did not get a fair trial...
Rank #2: Ep 102 - Who is Richard Nicolas
Rank #3: Ep 103 - Aja
Aja was a toddler, but she had a huge personality, and smile. She is so loved.
Join us for a test drive to try and gauge if Richard's version of the timeline is possible.
Rank #4: Ep 104 - The Trial Begins
The trial's first issue started before it was even scheduled - the possibility of justice continued to decline throughout jury selection and throughout the entire trial. Meeting the attorney's, the judge, as the trial commences.
Rank #5: Ep 105 - The Prosecution's Case
On June 7th - the presentation of the evidence was initiated by the State. Were the prosecutors seeking justice or just trying to win?
Rank #6: Ep 106 - The Case for the Defense
Were Richard's attorneys really a dream team or did it seem more like a nightmare? This is the case for the defense.
Rank #7: Ep 107 - Reasonable Doubt
Richard Nicolas did not get a fair trial. This episode is where the rubber meets the road. This is the one where I tell you what compelled me to make this podcast.
Rank #8: Ep 108 - Legal Journey
Appeals are not about innocence or guilt. They’re about procedure and making sure everyone followed the law on both sides. It’s about making sure that people get a fair trial.
Rank #9: Ep 109 - Clearly a Brady Violation
Two witnesses heard a sound consistent with a gunshot at the time Richard claimed a gun was shot. No one told the defense - it seems like that is clearly a Brady Violation.
Rank #10: Ep 110 - Incorrect, but Reasonable
The State Appealed, Judge Bennet's ruling. The appeal was heard by a three judge panel at the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.