A podcast by WBUR

15 Episodes

  1. What's next after Violation? Introducing a new murder mystery, "Beyond All Repair"

    Published: 2/15/2024
  2. Violation Ep 8: ‘The Fullness of Time’: Jacob Wideman’s Uncertain Future

    Published: 2/6/2024
  3. A message from Team Violation

    Published: 1/29/2024
  4. Violation Bonus: The Court Ruling Jacob Wideman Was Waiting For (Update)

    Published: 12/11/2023
  5. Violation Bonus: Jacob Wideman Says 'Vindictive' Arizona Officials Violated His Rights (Update)

    Published: 9/26/2023
  6. Violation Presents: Ear Hustle

    Published: 9/13/2023
  7. A message from Team Violation

    Published: 7/26/2023
  8. Violation Ep 7: No Safe Place

    Published: 5/3/2023
  9. Violation Ep 6: 'Your Life Is About To Change'

    Published: 4/26/2023
  10. Violation Ep 5: Mass Supervision

    Published: 4/19/2023
  11. Violation Ep 4: Heart Tests

    Published: 4/12/2023
  12. Violation Ep 3: Life Without Parole

    Published: 4/5/2023
  13. Violation Ep 2: 'Bad Seed'

    Published: 3/29/2023
  14. Violation Ep 1: Two Sons, Lost

    Published: 3/22/2023
  15. S1 Trailer: Introducing 'Violation'

    Published: 3/8/2023

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Two families and an unthinkable crime at summer camp that binds them together. A new podcast from WBUR, Boston’s NPR, and The Marshall Project explores America’s opaque parole system through a 1986 murder case and asks: How much time in prison is enough? Who gets to decide? And, when someone commits a terrible crime, what does redemption look like?