Qu’eed Batts and the case of Clarence Edwards

Qu’eed Batts and the case of Clarence Edwards In the United States criminal justice system we differentiate between crimes that only require an act and crimes that require intent. Colloquially, we often refer to crimes requiring only intent as “statutory” crimes; by way of example, no mindset is required to prove that someone is guilty […]

Ken Purdy Files Habeas Corpus and Appeal for Immediate Release From Prison as a Juvenile

Ken Purdy Fights for Release from Prison Under New Juvenile Sentencing Law in Florida Purdy was a juvenile unconstitutionally sentenced to life in prison without parole. Purdy recently filed a Petition on Change.org. To see Ken Purdy’s Petition to the Attorney General of the State of Florida and Governor Rick Scott, click here: Sign the […]

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