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The Kathryn Zox Show

The Kathryn Zox Show

Wednesday at 7 AM Pacific

February 25th 2015:Innocent and Exonerated & Women’s Legal Issues

Kathryn interviews attorney Nikki D. Pope and chef Courtney B. Lance, authors of “Pruno, Ramen, and a Side of Hope: Stories of Surviving Wrongful Convictions”. If you were given a prison sentence of 25 to life for a crime you didn’t commit, what would give you hope that you would someday be exonerated? These are the questions that authors Pope and Lance asked victims of wrongful convictions; innocent men and women who eventually proved their innocence and were released from prison. Kathryn also interviews lawyer Lisa Green, author of “On Your Case: A Comprehensive, Compassionate (and Only

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Nikki Pope

Nikki Pope is a native of Brookhaven, Mississippi but has led a rather nomadic existence before moving to the Bay Area (for the third time!). She counts among her “hometowns” Chicago, New York, Paris and Vienna. Nikki has been active in the area of wrongful conviction since she joined the advisory board of the Northern California Innocence Project in 2005. Since then, she’s met many men and women who have been wrongfully convicted. It was at a public speaking workshop for exonerees in 2012 where Nikki got the germ of the idea that has grown into this project. Nikki also is a director of Moving Train, Inc., a non-profit organization that sponsors documentary film projects and she works
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Courtney Lance

Courtney Lance, born in Chicago and raised mostly there, some in New York, and a teeny bit in Kansas City has worked for Chicago real estate firm Draper and Kramer, Incorporated for 27 years. There, she is an Internal Auditor focused on process, efficiency and compliance audits. Courtney is also a culinary enthusiast and finds time to cater and bake. She has judged culinary competitions and leads cooking demonstrations regularly. Courtney is a director of Louis’ Groceries a non-profit organization whose mission is to increase community access to fresh produce and other healthy food options and to promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. She leads cooking demonstrations in thei
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Lisa Green

Lisa Green is a lawyer and legal analyst, appearing on NBC News and MSNBC. While attending law school, Lisa worked as a reporter and columnist for The National Law Journal. After graduation, Lisa practiced law in New York, litigating cases involving securities fraud, employment law, First Amendment, new media, and copyright claims before joining NBC News, first as a lawyer and then a senior producer and on-air analyst. She currently serves as communications director for a major New York law firm, and is the mother of two young adults.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1444/the-kathryn-zox-show 29/11/2017 07:00 29/11/2017 08:00 The Kathryn Zox Show https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1444/the-kathryn-zox-show Kathryn interviews attorney Nikki D. Pope and chef Courtney B. Lance, authors of “Pruno, Ramen, and a Side of Hope: Stories of Surviving Wrongful Convictions”. If you were given a prison sentence of 25 to life for a crime you didn’t commit, what would give you hope that you would someday be exonerated? These are the questions that authors Pope and Lance asked victims of wrongful convictions; innocent men and women who eventually proved their innocence and were released from prison. Kathryn also interviews lawyer Lisa Green, author of “On Your Case: A Comprehensive, Compassionate (and Only Slightly Bossy) Legal Guide for Every Stage of a Woman’s Life”. Green fills a long-standing gap in women's bookshelves with a thorough, compelling and hilarious guide to the range of legal issues women can expect to confront throughout their busy lives. Green was a reporter and columnist for The National Law Journal and is currently an on-air legal analyst appearing on NBC News and MSNBC. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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