Innocent man tried 6 times for murder – then FREED!

Posted by on Jul 26, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues, Videos |

I was horrified the first time I heard about the Curtis Flowers case, years ago.  Tonight I am horrified again listening to the 60 Minutes broadcast again about that case.  It is a case about an innocent black man in Mississippi who was tried by a good ole boy, ignorant, racist prosecutor 6 times for murders he did not commit. He eventually was freed and exonerated only after a podcast by a team of reporters, who unmasked the prosecutor and...

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The Justice Files: Allegations of prosecutor misconduct ‘shock the conscience’

Posted by on Jul 6, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues |

This article was sent my way by my good friend and great attorney, Steve Hampton, Esq.   He knows that as a former prosecutor, these kinds of cases really get me hot! The job of a prosecutor is to be fair, not to lock people up no matter what. Excerpts from the Article: A scathing ruling by the federal court of appeals will allow an innocent man to continue his lawsuit against a former Utah County prosecutor. It’s the latest chapter of Conrad...

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Ex-prosecutor gives up law license after he’s accused of withholding evidence that led to wrongful convictions

Posted by on May 23, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues |

He probably was about to be disbarred. I remember the cases referenced. As a former prosecutor, I say there is nothing worse than a rotten one!   Excerpts from the Article: Former Dallas County, Texas, prosecutor Richard E. “Rick” Jackson agreed to give up his law license last month to avoid discipline for allegedly withholding evidence that led to the wrongful convictions of two homeless men. The Innocence Project had filed a grievance...

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A prosecutor says no to a rape charge, so a college student calls her own grand jury

Posted by on May 19, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues |

You go, girl!   Excerpts fromThe Article: Madison Smith will be just a few months out of college when her story is heard this fall by a most unusual Kansas grand jury — one she convened. For three years, the local prosecutor has resolutely refused to make her case: that what began as consensual sex in a college dorm room became a rape, and that she was unable to say “stop” because her classmate was strangling her. But Smith invoked a...

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Washington Supreme Court: Prosecutor’s War on Drugs Comments Denies Fair Trial

Posted by on Jan 22, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues, War on Drugs |

Another case of prosecutor misconduct.  There are far, far too many! I was a prosecutor for five years, and this is not rocket science: THE JOB OF A PROSECUTOR IS TO BE FAIR. Excerpts from the Article: The Supreme Court of Washington held a prosecutor committed flagrant and ill-intentioned misconduct by framing a defendant’s prosecution as representative of the war on drugs. The Court’s opinion was issued in an appeal brought by Gregg A....

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