Hello, I’m Diane

Founder of Supply Justice

The Most Important Thing

I am not concerned about how you contribute to the well being of the US criminal justice system.

I am concerned that you do so.

Do it your way.

Just do it.

About the Founder, Supply Justice

Here are some of the ways that I have spent my time to create opportunities for others to make their own US criminal justice impact.

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Joining and Listening to Legal and Various Professional Trade Organizations. Visiting Everyone from Justices at the Supreme Court to Incarcerated People at Correctional Institutions.

Finding Artwork/Justice themed Merchandise made by people incarcerated or affected by the US criminal justice system.

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Discovering US Criminal Justice Information - Statistics, Trends, and More.

Writing Content, Stories and Blogs and learning the most important questions to ask.

Identifying and Learning Niches of US Criminal Justice Non-Profits

Working continuously on a Better Version of Myself and building long term relationships with like-minded people.

About the Founder, Supply Justice

WE NEED YOU.

 

 

 

WE NEED EACH OTHER.

 

 

TOGETHER, WE ARE STRONGER.

 

 

 

 

 

About the Founder, Supply Justice

I was prosecuted for a crime I didn’t commit.

Sometimes I write About My Prosecution

Testifying

I am telling the story of a federal criminal case I was in many years ago. I had been told by many people that the Government had to find me guilty and that I didn't need to prove my innocence. I didn't believe it when I heard it and as time passed, I believed it less...

Rule 29

I am writing about my criminal trial from many years ago. If the defense feels the prosecution has not proven its case beyond a reasonable doubt, there is a timely action to make. A “Rule 29 Motion,” based on Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 29, is typically made...

Prosecution Witnesses

I am telling the story of my criminal prosecution and this blog is a summary of the prosecution’s witnesses. Per their charges, the prosecution was supposed to prove that I was in a conspiracy to launder money. Money laundering is defined as the concealment of...

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