Category Archives: post conviction review

A Message from Willie

Dear everyone I must have written you a hundred letters in my mind. Sometimes I just lay here and think of all the things I want to say – but for one reason or another – I always find it … Continue reading

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Lethal Deadlines

Question: When does a deadline become a ‘dead’ line? Answer: When the deadline in question is the crucial one that allows death row inmates to appeal their state convictions in federal courts. If defense attorneys miss this deadline it can … Continue reading

Posted in capital punishment, criminal justice, death penalty, Death Row, execution, Fly Manning, Injustice, legal bias, Lori St John, Marshall Project, miscarriages of justice, missed deadline, Mississippi, Mississippi judicial system, post conviction lawyers, post conviction review, procedural default, USA, Willie Jerome Manning, Willie Manning, wrongful convictions | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,