The Mansion Murders, Episode 6: Trial preview

Since the start of The Mansion Murders podcast, we have been flooded with your questions and comments about this case. In Episode 6, we answer some of the questions and provide updates, including:

Darrell Wint, the half brother of Daron Wint, has a more extensive criminal past than we first thought. We reveal new details about a troubling charge against Darrell in 2007.

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Plus, Sean Hanover, Daron Wint's second attorney, is dealing with some legal issues of his own. We call Hanover to find out about recent child pornography charges on which he was indicted in September 2017.

We talk to two D.C. top attorneys who are not associated with this case. Bernie Grimm is a criminal defense attorney in D.C., and he weighs in on what the defense is going to need to do to get a not-guilty verdict for their client, Daron Wint. Grimm also reveals that DNA isn't bulletproof, and how race often plays a role in jury selection.

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Roscoe Howard is a former top D.C. prosecutor. He disagrees with a lot of what Bernie Grimm has to say, and discusses what the prosecution will need to do to get a guilty verdict against Wint. Howard explains how DNA is the witness in this case, and that the prosecution is likely holding onto to more information than we even know about.

Daron Wint has plead not guilty to all charges against him. He's currently in jail, and his trial is set for September 2018.

If you have any information, tips, or know someone associated with this story please email Sarah Fraser. Thanks for listening.

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