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by Jacqueline Kellum
Hello! My name is Darryl Thompson. I need to raise money to hire an attorney to present eye opening evidence that wasn't presented, but suppressed by my court appointed attorney. This evidence will show without reasonable doubt my innocence.
by Lisa Key
URGENT! PAC,People Against Corruption,needs your help! Pending Case# A-17-766660-C in Las Vegas Nevada filed by Scott Binsack of MFA,March for America. His allegations are all FALSE!! Too many to list; go to https://www.facebook.com/stopsbinsack/ for info
by lori khamala
After gangs attempted to brutally murder W. in Central America, he and his family escaped to the US. A team of advocates is supporting them to obtain asylum, but it is an uphill battle. We have pro-bono lawyers, but expenses are mounting. Please help!
by Yvonne Stokes
Welcome to Justice for Jamal, a campaign to raise funds for a post-conviction attorney for Jamal Stokes, currently serving a sentence of life without the possibility of parole. He has maintained his innocence and appealed his conviction vigorously.
by Amy Morris
Let’s get Damien home. 30 yrs in prison, for trying to help a woman who was unconscious is unconscionable. Donations are needed for a retainer for Jarrett Adams; an attny for the wrongfully convicted who has taken interest in exonerating & freeing Damien.
by Floyd Archie
Help raise fund for Floyd Archie Jr. He was accused of 1st- Degree Murder and he claims his innocence. He is a scared young, African America, 19 year old who was falsely accused of a crime he did not commit.
by Medsyn Org
Chuck Johnson lost his valuable 7.3 acre commercial property as a result of individuals whom through a wrongful foreclosure, illegally sold his property while on appeal to the NC Court of Appeals in late 2012. The Fighter will prevail with your help!
by Jonathan Baker
Today 3 people were arrested in Charlotte, North Carolina during a May Day (International Workers Day) demonstration! Support the people who are out in the streets fighting for the rights of workers! Donate to support their families in this time of need!
by Wrandetta Jennings-Mastin
After being sentenced at 18 to life without parole and serving 25 years, new information, such as in Williams v. Pennsylvania, challenges the fairness of Hasani’s trial and needs to be researched/heard. This is more than guilt or innocence, it's fairness!
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