Episode #74 – Criminal Defence Attorney: John Henry Browne

Criminal defense attorneys often get a bad rap, thought to stone-heartedly defend criminals for fame and fortune, all the while ignoring the suffering of victims.

Challenging these perceptions, Paul and Jordan talk to John Henry Browne about the personal toll of being a criminal defense attorney. Revisiting his experience as former lawyer to one of America’s most notorious serial killers, Ted Bundy, John shares how advocating for “evil” is not only psychologically testing but dangerous. Despite this risk, he has taken on over 200 cases, numerous of which have been of unspeakable crimes. John, while emphasizing the importance of criminal defense attorneys in a just society, reveals why.

   

Learn more about John at jhblawyer.com.

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Episode #49 – Defense Lawyer: Kirk Nurmi

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