Thursday, April 17, 2014 Management Resources LTD of NY principles, Bob Rahn and Kim Anklin, will be discussing the Jonathan Fleming wrongful conviction and recent exoneration with noted legal expert, Beth Karas, on Wild About Trial.
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Bob Rahn and Kim Anklin participated in a short interview with Karas on her radio show, Karas On Crime with Beth Karas, Tuesday, April 15, but time only allowed for a quick overview of their year of investigation in the case.
On Wild About Trial, Karas, Anklin, and Rahn will bring the audience the back story of the Jonathan Fleming exoneration which made national news when he was set free on April 8, 2014, after serving almost 25 years in prison for a murder he did not commit.
The discussion will surround the year-long investigation, organizing hundreds of 25-year-old case documents, and tracking down witnesses and evidence of the shooting death of Darryl Rush in 1989 which convicted Fleming as a murderer. The team of investigators and attorneys spent countless hours turning up evidence that Mr. Fleming was not in Brooklyn the night that Darryl Rush was murdered, evidence that had been possibly suppressed at the time of his trial.
As Jonathan Fleming enjoys his new-found freedom, the issue of wrongful convictions, especially in the Brooklyn, NY District Attorney’s office, has become a rally for justice. When the scales of justice are wrongly tipped, there is no justice, and Bob Rahn and Kim Anklin of Management Resources are available to look into qualified cases of wrongful convictions. They will be monitoring the progress of Mr. Fleming, as well as assisting in finding resources not readily available to exonerees, to help him start his new life on the right path.
Management Resources is a full service licensed professional private investigative firm, serving attorneys, corporations, insurance companies and private clients since 1994. Licensed in New York and New Jersey, NYC private investigators consist of former NYPD detectives as well as Crime and Intelligence Analysts, all with extensive experience and expertise.
For nearly two decades, Beth Karas has offered insight, analysis, and on-the-spot reporting on legal stories from courthouses across the country. In a 2007 interview, Larry King called her “one of the best in the business.” Over the years, numerous attorneys and journalists have expressed the same sentiment.
She distinguishes herself from her colleagues because of her unique expertise—knowledge of the law and procedure drawn from her experience in the trenches as a trial attorney. It’s no surprise that Karas is a sought-after analyst, especially when on location at high-profile, competitive stories.
Wild About Trial & Beth Karas: The Back Story of Jonathan Fleming Wrongful Conviction