Interview with James Lohman

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Title:Interview with James Lohman
Abstract:James Lohman is an attorney who has represented clients sentenced to death in Texas, Florida, Louisiana, and Arkansas. In Video 1, Lohman explains how he got involved in capital defense work in Florida after his childhood in New York and talks about some of his specific cases, highlighting problems he sees in the entire death penalty system. In Video 2, he describes in detail several more cases he has worked on in Florida and Texas, including Ted Bundy and Jesse Tafero. This interview took place in Austin, Travis County, Texas on February 24, 2009.
Sequence:2 of 2
Creators:
  • James LohmanRole: Narrator
  • Texas After Violence ProjectRole: Collaborator
Contributors:
  • Sabina Hinz-FoleyRole: Interviewer
  • Mark EvansRole: Videographer
  • Nancy Semin-LingoRole: Transcriber
  • Kimberly Ambrosini-BaconRole: Proofreader
Date Created:2009/02/24
Languages:eng
Geographic Focus:North America--United States--Texas
Geographic Base:North America--United States--Texas--Austin
Type of Resource:Moving image
Genre:Interview
Identifier:tav00011_vid2
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