Stories about individuals being the victims of injustice and failure in the legal system in the United States. This category does not cover political prisoners.
The story of a man wrongfully convicted of First Degree Murder in 1983. He seeks sincere assistance to clear his name and to regain his freedom.
serving a 30 year sentence on a non-violent conspiracy drug charge.
Case number EC027543, a case of criminal and judicial injustice. Neighbor sues neighbor for one million dollars.
Ongoing legal case of how Randal Schwartz noted author and consultant became a triple felon for doing his job at Intel.
Incarcerated screenwriter and historian author has worked for 17 years from behind bars.
Dying man killed by bounty hunters for $125.00 Read Dave's story. Killed in own home for missing court date on misdemeanor!
Webring joining members who have been wrongfully convicted or experienced corrupt activities in the courts.
Carpenter Alan Joseph Samson documents his seventeen year battle against illegal activities in San Diego
His life changed forever when he was wrongfully accused of two unrelated New Orleans crimes.
Published monthly, dedicated to bringing you the stories of innocents who have been wrongly convicted in America.
Plea for mercy for Cindy Countess who has been convicted of second degree murder in Virginia. Raises mental and legal issues in Countess' defense and requests legal and medical help.
Arguing that a wrongful conviction resulted in Yarris being on Pennsylvania's Death Row since 1982.
Calvin Solet, Jr. was wrongly accused and convicted in Houma, Louisiana of first degree murder.
Examines why inmates remain in prison despite DNA evidence that exonerates them.
Serving eighty years for getting caught in the crossfire of gang violence on his reservation in South Dakota.Proclaims his innocence.
History, commentary and information on the current status of the MacDonald murder case, including frequent updates, summary, news archives, and case facts.
One woman's story about her husband's unjust imprisonment.
Resources on the case of Carlos DeLuna, executed in 1989 in Texas.Companion site of a book.
Currently imprisoned in a federal penitentiary for crimes that he claims he did not commit. A story of coverup by AT&T and the United States Government.
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