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Justice:Denied magazine publicizes cases of wrongful conviction, and exposes how and why they occur. Justice:Denied is produced by volunteer writers, editors and other persons located throughout the United States and other countries.

If you want to submit a story of wrongful conviction to Justice:Denied, the guidelines are at, http://justicedenied.org/submita.htm. After reading the guidelines, you can either send a completed story by jdstory@justicedenied.org, or by regular mail to:

Justice:Denied has an information packet that includes the submission guidelines, JD’s informational brochure, subscription info, and other information. Send an online request, or send a request to the above address with a First Class stamp or SASE.


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