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Tuesday, December 19, 2023 Farewell For Now: Not Forever

On this episode of Gin & Justice, with heavy hearts we announce that we will be taking a step back from the podcast. For awhile we will not be rel...

Tuesday, December 12, 2023 Meghan Cousino & Jessica Weinstock Paredes: The National Exoneration Registry

On this week's episode of Gin & Justice the gals chat about some current events including spiking burrito bowls and sketchy NARK kits.   Then...

Tuesday, December 5, 2023 Alyse Maslonick: RedefinED

On this week's episode of Gin & Justice, Justine and Amanda talk about they podcast Spotify wrapped. Then they chat with Alyse Madlonick. Aly...

Tuesday, November 28, 2023 Legal Brief: November 2023 Exonerations Part 1

It's the last Legal Brief of the month, so you know what that means! Justine and Amanda tell you about all the people added to The National Exone...

Tuesday, November 21, 2023 Jared Fishman: Justice Innovation Lab

On this episode of Gin & Justice Justine and Amanda discuss some current events, then, they chat with Jared Fishman. Jared is the Founder of Justi...

Tuesday, November 14, 2023 Legal Brief: Veterans, Lawsuits

On this week's episode of Gin & Justice, the ladies are back with a Legal Brief. They discuss the need for more Veterans Courts, and a very i...

Tuesday, November 7, 2023 Andy Williams Jr : Hood Candidate

  On this week's episode of Gin & Justice  Justine and Amanda discuss Tulsa's new law, and the possible "mandering of the courts&qu...

Tuesday, October 31, 2023 Legal Brief: Exonerations October 2023

It's the last Legal Brief of the month, so you know what that means! Justine and Amanda tell you about all the people added to The National Exone...

Tuesday, October 24, 2023 Jenifer Lockwood: Mandatory Minimums

On this week's episode of Gin & Justice, Justine and Amanda chat with Jenifer Lockwood. Jenifer shares her experience with addiction, incarce...

Tuesday, October 17, 2023 Legal Brief: Progressive Prosecution Resistance; Pretrial Detention; Canteen Prices

Legal Briefs are back this week on Gin & Justice and we're talking current events.An Alabama woman was imprisoned for ‘endangering’ her fetus...

Tuesday, October 10, 2023 Michelle Romero:

On this weeks episode, Justine and Amanda chat with Michelle Romero. Michelle is the Chief Strategy Officer with She is a campaign and comm...

Tuesday, October 3, 2023 Jackie Dunn: Data 4 Change

On this weeks episode of Gin and Justice, Justine and Amanda chat with Jackie Dunn. Jackie's son is serving a lengthy prison sentence and it has ...

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Heyyy. Let's talk about justice. It's been a long day, pour some gin and have a seat. Two girls, working in law, and we want to talk about what really goes on. We’re shedding light on the inner workings of the criminal justice system, and sometimes we just need some gin. Justine and Amanda deep dive into the many perspectives of the criminal justice system giving listeners a look at the system through the eyes of all walks of life. They discuss the successes and many failures of the system allowing listeners to understand the side of justice that’s often not portrayed. Follow and subscribe for bi-weekly behind the scenes look at the American Legal System. Have an experience with the criminal justice system you want to share? Email us at: or



Amanda grew up in the Florida area and began to see from a young age how policing affected communities of color and communities of poverty differently. Amanda has now been a Legal Assistant  at a criminal defense firm for several years. She is passionate about helping persons charged with crimes navigate the complicated legal system. Amanda is determined to raise awareness about criminal justice reform, specifically issues with race, abolishing the death penalty, mental illness, and wrongful convictions. Email:



Justine grew up in the upstate New York area and quickly saw how substance abuse was criminalized. This inspired her to pursue a legal career with the specific goal of helping those with substance abuse disorders. She now works as a criminal defense attorney that is passionate about criminal justice reform issues, specifically  substance abuse issues, abolishing the death penalty, sentencing reform, and prison reform. Email:

on 7/11/2022

Like listening to these young ladies. I don’t often agree with some of Their political positions but I find the information very useful and well researched. The production is excellent. Voices are clear and easy to understand which is very important when listening for and hour. I love that the challenge the system. It’s the only way to make improvements. I will love to hear an episode on the legality of the detention of the Jan 6 protesters for over a year without due process regardless of their opinion of guilt or innocence.
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on 12/2/2021

Every time I listen, I learn something. Anything from policy, statistics, change that is needed, or should be implemented. I am formerly incarcerated and I appreciate everything you guys do. Thank you. 😌
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on 12/1/2021

Keep doing what you do. Y’all know I am a fan. Aside from an awesome podcast. You two have have a place in my heart. And directly or indirectly I would not be where I am today without the work you do and I am grateful that I have friends like you. We can change things. Slow and steady wins the race. Some day I will be blessed with a spot on the podcast. 😉 thanks for keeping me awake while driving the state to support people who need or want recovery. Grateful listener.
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