3/17/2011

Nancy Lockhart Legal Analyst

Grassroots Organizing In Support Of Wrongful Convictions

When the judicial system fails, we must search for strategies to assist the wrongfully convicted. The contents within have been designed to guide the lay person in organizing grassroots committees in support of wrongful convictions.

About Me


Your Legal Analyst South Carolina, United States I am an expert Legal Analyst with years of experience in grassroots organizing in support of wrongful convictions. I hold a Master of Jurisprudence from Loyola University Chicago School of Law with a focus in Administrative Law. This blog and e-book are results of many requests for assistance with wrongful conviction cases. The drastic increase of injustices within our legal system have impacted Innocence Projects, Social Justice Organizations and Experts with requests for assistance, as a result grassroots organizing is a must. None of the contents within should be construed as legal advice but, are suggestions, methods and strategies in forming grassroots organizations to support the wrongfully convicted. I am not an attorney but, a Legal Analyst specializing in Administrative Law and grassroots organizing in support of wrongful convictions. If you are seeking the advice of an attorney, please contact your local or state bar association.

Transcript Reading Service

I will read, review and summarize the trial transcript for: * Appeals * Sentence Reductions * Pardons * Commutation of Sentences * Retrials

Additional services include preparations of press releases, the creation of websites or blogs as well as, additional social networking sites to make your injustice known as a national injustice no matter where you may live.

Contact: 843.217.4649
P.O. Box 393
Walterboro, SC 29488
Thewrongfulconviction@ gmail. com
http://www.nancylockhart.blogspot.com/

Nancy Lockhart Legal Analyst

Grassroots Organizing In Support Of Wrongful Convictions

When the judicial system fails, we must search for strategies to assist the wrongfully convicted. The contents within have been designed to guide the lay person in organizing grassroots committees in support of wrongful convictions.

About Me


Your Legal Analyst South Carolina, United States I am an expert Legal Analyst with years of experience in grassroots organizing in support of wrongful convictions. I hold a Master of Jurisprudence from Loyola University Chicago School of Law with a focus in Administrative Law. This blog and e-book are results of many requests for assistance with wrongful conviction cases. The drastic increase of injustices within our legal system have impacted Innocence Projects, Social Justice Organizations and Experts with requests for assistance, as a result grassroots organizing is a must. None of the contents within should be construed as legal advice but, are suggestions, methods and strategies in forming grassroots organizations to support the wrongfully convicted. I am not an attorney but, a Legal Analyst specializing in Administrative Law and grassroots organizing in support of wrongful convictions. If you are seeking the advice of an attorney, please contact your local or state bar association.

Transcript Reading Service

I will read, review and summarize the trial transcript for: * Appeals * Sentence Reductions * Pardons * Commutation of Sentences * Retrials

Additional services include preparations of press releases, the creation of websites or blogs as well as, additional social networking sites to make your injustice known as a national injustice no matter where you may live.

Contact: 843.217.4649
P.O. Box 393
Walterboro, SC 29488
Thewrongfulconviction@ gmail. com

http://www.nancylockhart.blogspot.com/

The Amber Rose Riley Story

Writen by Amber:5 months after being locked up at age 16

"If I die tomorrow"
If I was on the "outs"and I knew I was going to die tomorrow,I would spend all the time I had with my parents.
I would let them know how much I love them.How much they mean to me.
I would try to write letters to all my family and I would call my good friends and let them know how I feel about them.
I would spend time with my pets too,cause I love them so much.
I hope that before I die I can finish school,get married and have at least one child.
I'm afraid I may not get to go home for many years.
I pray I do not die in jail or prison,and if I do pass away all that matters to me is my mom and pops.
Because I love them so very much.If I were to die tomorrow I wonder if they would let me call home to tell my parents how thankful I am for them,and I hope I still will get to go to Heaven.

Advocates For Abandoned Adolescents
California State Chapter
State Co-ordinator - Darcy Delaproser
http://advocates-for-abandoned-adolescents.socialgo.com/
www.advocatesforabandonedadolescents

The Krista Lynn McDaniel Story

At just turning 16, Krista got caught up with the wrong place, wrong time, with the WJUSTICE FOR Krista McDaniel <b>JUSTICE FOR Krista McDaniel</b>
One of many children/SENTENCED as an ADULT/30 yrs w/out paroleRONG ADULTS, tho she did NOT murder or rob anyone, unfortunately she was with those bad people that did, Roper v Simmons had not come into law at the time of this case, Krista was forced to make a decision, take the death penalty or succumb to a plea of 30 years with NO CHANCE of parole, has been in prison now for almost 8 years, and is slowing dying, losing any hope/chance of ever being released before sentence is completed. Her own father has abandoned her, she and I both have written him, he will not even answer, in her appeal to the SC court of appeals, after waiting 2 years, WAS DENIED. She is losing hope, and very much alone, with NO compassion, NO mercy. Juvenile law reform is "imperative" to help save our nation's youth. 30 yrs with NO chance of parole, is barbaric and inhumane and is destroying this child, ONE of many. This sentencing is cold, cruel, for a "mistake" made as a "child". ;
BEWARE, YOUR child "could" be next, to face such atrocities. Encourage ALL parents/guardians to get educated and involved in juvenile LAW REFORM"

A.A.A Anti Human Trafficking Awareness

Human trafficking is a global problem, which means that no country, developed or undeveloped, is immune to it. Human trafficking is the form of modern day slavery. Each year millions of women and children, even a small percentile of men, are abducted or recruited from 127 countries, transported through transit regions and end up in one of 137 countries. Today over 27 million people are enslaved through ought the world. The cost of a human has decreased since 1850 when an African slave used to be worth 40,000 dollars. An Indian child today can be bought for 35 dollars, Eastern European woman can be bought for 500 dollars and a Brazilian agricultural laborer for 100 dollars.

A.A.A. Prison - No place to grow up



Justice is conscience, not a personal conscience but the conscience of the whole of humanity. Those who clearly recognize the voice of their own conscience usually recognize also the voice of justice.
Advocates for Abandoned Adolescents (A.A.A.) is to bring National awareness to the Juvenile Justice Laws across the USA.


Our mission is to end the practice of wavering/adjudicating, sentencing and incarcerating youth under 18yrs in the adult Criminal Justice System, to put faces and stories to victims of these laws by exposing the truth of what happens to children when they are held to an adult standard in the Court room and sent to adult prisons, eliminating Life Without Parole for children and to reduce the harm caused to children in the adult system by supporting 2nd Look Legislation.


'2nd Look' means youth serving long sentences get their sentences reviewed at some point in their incarceration. Would you consider 2nd look Legislation?


A.A.A. Mission is to introduce concerned citizens to effective ways of which they can contribute to the reformation of the US irresponsible Juvenile Justice Laws.


To create chapters of A.A.A. in every State coast to coast, to have local minds and hearts within every State endeavouring to bring empathy and responsability to Juvenile Justice Laws and to co-ordinate a National march in every States Capital on the very same day and unified under the A.A.A. banner/agenda.


As a society we have reached a level of sophistication which permits us to adjudicate, better educate and protect adolescents in a responsible way.


Our Mission is to do better!

www.advocatesforabandonedadolescents.com

A.A.A Anti Human Trafficking Awareness

Human trafficking is a global problem, which means that no country, developed or undeveloped, is immune to it. Human trafficking is the form of modern day slavery. Each year millions of women and children, even a small percentile of men, are abducted or recruited from 127 countries, transported through transit regions and end up in one of 137 countries. Today over 27 million people are enslaved through ought the world. The cost of a human has decreased since 1850 when an African slave used to be worth 40,000 dollars. An Indian child today can be bought for 35 dollars, Eastern European woman can be bought for 500 dollars and a Brazilian agricultural laborer for 100 dollars.

http://www.thecrimereport.org/archive/2011-03-states-juv-detent

http://www.thecrimereport.org/archive/2011-03-states-juv-detent

Advocates for Abandoned Adolescents - Our Mission is to do better!
Advocates for Abandoned Adolescents - Our Mission is to do better!
Advocates for Abandoned Adolescents - Our Mission is to do better!

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Advocates for Abandoned Adolescents - Our Mission is to do better!

A.A.A. NO KIDS BEHIND BARS!



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