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.
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.
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.
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.
I was prosecuted for a crime I didn’t commit.
Sometimes I write About My Prosecution
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...
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...
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...