My guest today, John Smith, tells his story about how he was convicted of fraud in the S&L scandals back in the 80s even though he had done absolutely nothing wrong. We talk about various aspects of the case. His book is a very good read and tells about the criminal justice system and some of the things that they do that you might find hard to believe. I tell my back story of how I was convicted by the federal government on a charge of attempted bribery even though I was totally innocent also. These two stories from actual history bring up the question: Could you be sentenced to prison or jail for something you didn't do? How likely is that?. You will find this podcast extremely interesting.