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Featured on the Apple Podcast's top 20, CTRL SHIFT! is a podcast about people who changed the world by shifting their perspective.
Every other week our host Anatoliy Gromov brings you a story of a notable pivot: a CEO going from a typical startup to an award-winning social enterprise, career shifts in the design world, game theory applied in medicine, and even the story of how rosé became a premium wine.
This podcast is made by libo/libo podcasts studio and product design agency Humbleteam.
SEASON 1 EPISODE 2
The Justice Center houses in one location everything a justice system needs—the city and county courts, the county jail, prosecutor's offices, the sheriff's office, and headquarters for the Cleveland police.
Roughly speaking, the building functions like most hierarchies—vertically. In this case, from the bowels up. The main court tower is 26 stories high, so the elevator really runs the place. If a person's arrested in Cleveland, they're coming into the Justice Center from the basement. Weary cops escort suspects from the underground parking garage. They get booked, go up a few floors to the jail.
Once they get a court date they're riding up to one of the courtroom floors. The lower floors are for lesser crimes, less hallowed proceedings—misdemeanors, housing court. And the higher floors, starting about halfway up the building, are for felonies. Detectives wearing lanyards often get off on the ninth floor where the prosecutor's office is. The court stenographers, always courteous, drag their squat wheelie cases on and off the elevator. Maybe they chat for a few floors with the officers from the sheriff's department, in search of a coffee and a muffin.