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Pardoned After 20 Years: “Where Criminal Prosecutions Go Wrong”

May 17, 2017

 

Almost every day we hear about men and women being wrongfully convicted for crimes they did not commit. Recently, Four Navy veterans were pardoned by Virginia’s Governor for murdering a woman in Norfolk 20 years ago. Despite a confession by another man and DNA evidence that matched at the crime scene, these four men were convicted and sentenced to life in prison. The men were pressured during prolonged police interrogations and gave false confessions following threats of the death penalty. Most of the information that led to their pardons resulted from police misconduct. Having an attorney that is dedicated to your case is imperative, especially when things go wrong initially and internally.


HOW THE MAXWELL LAW FIRM CAN HELP
When it comes to capital criminal cases, having an advocate that cares is essential. Capital, along with all criminal cases, require significant trial experience. We believe in our clients and we fight for justice. The Maxwell Law Firm has seasoned staff – from our attorneys to our investigators – and financial resources to aggressively defend criminal cases.
In a criminal case, it is especially important that a client finds an attorney they feel comfortable with, have confidence in and can fully trust. There will come a time when you must decide whether to resolve your case through a plea or take it to trial. At that point, confidence and trust in your attorney is essential. Over the years, The Maxwell Law Firm has helped numerous criminally accused take back their lives.

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Sources:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/true-crime/wp/2017/03/21/norfolk-4-wrongly-convicted-of-rape-and-murder-pardoned-by-gov-mcauliffe/?utm_term=.a9bfb71f4d67
 

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