donate or subscribe
Follow Us Twitter Facebook

Posts Tagged with "Court of Common Pleas"

‘Progressive DA’ Larry Krasner, you said you’d overturn wrongful convictions; what about Mumia?

October 16, 2018

Given that Mumia’s next court hearing is on Oct. 29, two weeks away, many of us have felt that not enough attention has been paid to challenging Philadelphia’s widely hailed, new “liberal” District Attorney Larry Krasner. His deadly role in Mumia’s current legal proceedings in the Court of Common Pleas has not been understood by many Mumia supporters. We must pressure him to drop his opposition to Mumia’s current legal action aimed at giving Mumia new rights of appeal of his conviction.

2 Comments
Filed Under: Prison Stories
Tags:

US Court of Appeals rules against Cat Johnson’s challenge to his frame-up conviction

November 6, 2013

Lorenzo “Cat” Johnson continues his fight for freedom. He is an innocent man serving a sentence of life imprisonment. In Pennsylvania a life sentence means just that. There is no parole, no release until you are carried out feet first or win a reversal of your conviction. And even then the struggle is to definitively defeat the prosecution’s unceasing efforts to reconvict and re-imprison.

2 Comments
Filed Under: Prison Stories
Tags:
BayView Classifieds - ads, opportunities, announcements




Click and find the
TravelVisaPro.com