Tag: prison

Jan 03

Kirstin Lobato Released!!

Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez’ Order on January 3, 2018 modifying Kirstin Lobato’s sentence for her 2007 misdemeanor conviction to run concurrent with her felony convictions that were overturned on December 29, 2017, and for her to be given credit for time served on her felony convictions.

Kirstin Blaise Lobato’s immediate release from custody of the State of Nevada was Ordered by Clark County District Court Chief Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez at 9:40 am on Wed., Jan 3, 2018. (See Order below.) Justice Denied talked with Michelle Ravell minutes after Judge Gonzalez signed the Order. She was leaving to drive downtown to pick …

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Jan 02

Kirstin Blaise Lobato To Be Released Jan 3, 2018!!

Kirstin Blaise Lobato is expected to be released on Wednesday, January 3, 2018. Kirstin Lobato has been held in custody on a detainer since the dismissal on December 29, 2017 of the charges against her related to the July 2001 homicide of Duran Bailey in Las Vegas. The detainer was for her April 2007 gross …

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Jun 04

High Fence Foodie Cookbook Now Available!!!

High Fence Foodie by Celeste Johnson

High Fence Foodie is a new cookbook by Texas prisoner Celeste Johnson that has just been published by The Justice Institute!! High Fence Foodie has more than two hundred easy to prepare recipes for meals, soups, snacks, desserts, and beverages. These recipes can be made from basic items a prisoner can purchase from their unit’s …

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Aug 03

85-Year-Old Grandma’s Hemp Possession Conviction Tossed

85-Year-Old Grandma’s Hemp Possession Conviction Tossed

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May 13

Ventura County Star Publishes Feature Article About Co-Author Of Prisoner Cookbook

Ventura County Star Publishes Feature Article About Co-Author Of Prisoner Cookbook

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Dec 18

“From The Big House To Your House” Now Available!

Justice Denied/The Justice Institute has just published “From The Big House To Your House,” a cookbook written by 6 women prisoners at the Mountain View Unit prison in Gatesville, Texas. Two of the women, Celeste Johnson and Trenda Kemerrer claim innocence of the murders they were convicted of committing. “From The Big House To Your …

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Dec 05

Khmer Rouge Official Appeals Conviction And 30-year Sentence For Thousands Of Murders

Kaing Guek Eav — also known as Duch — was one of the most well-known officials of the communist Khmer Rouge regime that controlled Cambodia from 1975-1979 and was responsible for the deaths of at least 1.7 million people from starvation, disease, overwork and execution. One of the primary ways people were executed was suffocation …

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Nov 18

Man Illegally Imprisoned Has Escape Conviction Tossed

In April 2009 Christopher O’Connor’s sentence had expired but the officials at his English prison didn’t release him. So he escaped. After his capture he was tried and given a five-month sentence for the crime of escaping from custody. O’Connor appealed and on November 16, 2010, England’s Criminal Court of Appeals overturned his conviction. The …

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Oct 01

Gladys Scott and Jamie Scott Getting National Publicity In Bid For Mississippi Pardons

Gladys Scott and Jamie Scott Getting National Publicity In Bid For Mississippi Pardons

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