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30 Years Of Criminal Justice Reporting From Robert Siegel

The All Things Considered host is retiring in January. He recalls memorable stories on parole boards in Alabama, policing in Baltimore, and the exoneration of a man convicted for murder in New Jersey.

Robert Siegel is retiring in January after four decades at NPR. He talks with Ari Shapiro about some of the memorable stories he has reported

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