Free Jamie Snow

Free Jamie Snow

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Joliet, Illinois / Wrongfully convicted, serving life without parole in Stateville Prison for a crime I didn't commit. Being represented by the University of Chicago's Exoneration
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Justice NOT Politics: Hold Prosecutors Accountable for Misconduct in Wrongful Convictions

The new movement asking for justice, not politics

Judges, Prosecutors, and Defense Attorneys are rarely held accountable for misconduct even when it is proven that their actions have been responsible for wrongful convictions.

Sign the petition: http://www.justice-not-politics.com

Hold Prosecutors Accountable for Misconduct in Wrongful Convictions

Jamie Snow featured on WICS ABC 20 News :: Cruisin Illinois - Justice for the Wrongfully Convicted Ride - Springfield

Jamie Snow featured on WICS ABC 20 News :: Cruisin Illinois - Justice for the Wrongfully Convicted Ride - Springfield

Free Jamie Snow - 2nd Annual Postcards in the Park - Message to Supporters

Free Jamie Snow - Annual Postcards in the Park - Message to Supporters

Gov. Quinn keeps public in the dark on prison conditions

The past several months WBEZ has been requesting visits to two minimum-security facilities to see what Ilinois taxpayers get for the billion dollars they spend each year on prisons. But Gov. Pat Quinn says no.

Supporters of convicted felon want a new trial for 1991 murder | WEEK News 25 - News, Sports, Weather - Peoria, Illinois | Top Stories

Supporters of convicted felon want a new trial for 1991 murder

Rockefeller says proposed bill would reduce wrongful convictions - Business, Government Legal News from throughout WV

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Women taste freedom after convictions vacated

Women taste freedom after convictions vacated