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by Kathy Waggoner
Zachary Thacker is wrongfully charged with the death of his 3 month old son. One doctor is calling it Shaken Baby Syndrome. Please help his family in hiring medical experts to prove otherwise.
by THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF CALVERT CITY, KENTUCKY.
The First Presbyterian Church of Calvert City is seeking a gracious dismissal from the Presbyterian Church (PCUSA). Rather than pursue a gracious dismissal, the local presbytery has decided to excommunicate the congregation and seize all property.
by Nathan Harris
As of this writing, I have not seen or spoken to my son in almost three months. This is not by my own choice, his mother refuses to allow me to see him or talk to him. I'm raising funds to afford an attorney and legal fees in order to secure my rights.
by Carol Buckley Frazier
In 2012, John Buckley became a victim of Kentucky-based justice, convicted of a crime based upon his combat experience. The verdict was reached by denying John the right to defend himself through expansive court rulings. Please help!
by Sharon Anderson
Tremaine, a first-time, non-violent offender, husband & father of seven (7) who was sentenced to a 30-year prison sentence solicits your help to raise funds for a post-conviction relief attorney. He is not eligible for parole until the year 2035.
by Jaecob Chambers
In October of last year my brother was involved in a self defense shooting and because of his relationship with the other party he is being wrongly accused of murder. Please help, we can't afford his legal fees on our own.
by Brandon Goss
I am a father who is just trying to see his daughter. I pay so much in child support that I can barely survive on my own, I can't even pay my bills. She is in Mexico and is coming back very soon so I need a lawyer to help me get rights to her.
by LaVahn Tate
To appeal a judge's decision to remove my daughter from my home despite two DCFS investigations clearing me of any neglect. The Guardian Atlitem and two social workers worked to prevent her return despite these investigation results.
by Rebecca Luke
William "Bill" Amor was wrongfully convicted in September of 1997 of first degree murder by setting a fire in a Naperville condo in September 1995. In April 2017, he was granted a new trial based on new evidence in the form of scientific advances.
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