The American criminal justice system is supposed to be blind. It’s supposed to be “innocent until proven guilty.” It’s supposed to give the accused the benefit of the doubt (literally). It’s supposed to acquit when the prosecution doesn’t prove its case – even if everyone thinks or “knows” the accused did it. Well, is that how things actually work in the real world with real people accused of real crimes? Denver attorney David K. Williams, Jr.presented on the lopsided nature of our criminal justice system – with occasional reference here and there to the Netflix documentary series “Making a Murderer.” Just how much does the accused have to overcome? Tune in to find out. Speaker bio: Dave graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 1992 with Honors. He clerked for a federal magistrate judge before entering private practice, where he eventually was on the appointed list for indigent criminal defendants in both state and federal court. He has tried felony cases, including a three week long drug trial in federal court. He also successfully argued a case before the North Carolina Supreme Court in a death penalty case.