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Wrongful Conviction Day

Hello everyone. I know it’s been a while since our last post, but Kim and I have been very busy trying to free the wrongfully convicted. Yesterday was National Wrongful Conviction Day and we would like to take a few

Posted in Criminal Defense Investigations

What Makes a Good Prosecutor go Bad?

Prosecuting attorneys are hired to represent the state in the effort to convict those who commit criminal acts, however, sometimes the lines of ethics and responsibility are crossed. Recently, a high ranking prosecutor in the Brooklyn, NY district attorney’s office,

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Shady Tactics in an Unbalanced System

The US Justice System is represented by the scales of justice, balancing fairly each side of a case considered in court. The depiction of Lady Justice holding the scales while blindfolded and wielding a sword is the portrayal of objectivity

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Making a Murderer: Who is the Victim?

One final thought on the Netflix documentary series, Making a Murderer. Who is the victim? Who is she, really? There has been extensive media reporting about the victimization of Steven Avery, who was wrongfully convicted of rape, exonerated, and while

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Posted in Criminal Cases, Criminal Defense Investigations

The Prosecution Has a Team of Investigators, Why Shouldn’t You?

  If you’ve been arrested for a crime, especially if you are certain of your innocence, you must not rely on the justice system to always do the right thing. As the defendant in a criminal case, you’ll want to

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