Category: INNOCENCE

by Angelo Vasquez

Hello I am wrongfully incarcerated and due to SB 1437 (aka pc1170.95) passing back in 2018. My 1437 hearing has been finally granted! Even the DA agreed with us, so the Appeals Court ordered the lower court to ‘reverse and remand’ my case. This was early April of […]

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by JERMAINE MOORE

i am Jermaine Moore and as you can only imagine,i am a innocent brutalized victim of wrongful trail and imprisonment in this systemic racist institution.This is my true account of event’s that’s drastically changed my life,in which i could never be fully recovered from,what americans are starting to […]

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Introduction Blog, by Maurice A. Baker

my name is Maurice A. Baker I’m currently incarcerated at Nottoway Correctional Center serving a 51 year sentence release date is 2058.for a 1st degree murder charge that I didn’t even commit.no evidence against me by the Commonwealth but inmates testimony.which the murder weapon was found and my […]

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A Case of Actual Innocence: Seeking Redress from the Injustice of the Wrongful Conviction of Chaz Minor, by Yusuf Bilaal MCKINNEY

PART THREE The Prejudicial Effect of Chaz Minor’s Joint Trial (continued) So , how was Chaz Minor prejudiced by being jointly tried with co-defendant Larry Lewis? Although critical exculpatory evidence demnstrating the actual innocence of Chaz Minor has materialized since Minor’s jury trial, even an examination of the […]

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by Samuel Jones Jr.

Thank God for never leaving me nor forsaking me.I am in prison for a crime I did not commit.I never thought getting set up was real and only happened in movies,until it happened to me.I been told that there is a lot of people who knows I was […]

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A Case of Actual Innocence: Seeking Redress from the Injustice of the Wrongful Conviction of Chaz Minor, by Yusuf Bilaal McKinney

PART ONE The incidents of wrongful conviction of those actually innocent exists as too frequent an occurrence in the United States judicial system. Time after time, the dedicated efforts of civil rights advocates, and investigative journalists alike, succeed in uncovering disturbing cases of the wrongful conviction of those […]

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I AM INNOCENT

October 9,2012 the day my life changed. I met a young man who had just been released from prison. I should have seen that as a warning, that this guy was no good. I had been high for a week at the time so my mind was fogy. […]

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