Amy Ralston Pofahl

The Conspiracy Law – What you don’t know can hurt you…

The Conspiracy Law – What you don’t know can hurt you…

CAN-DO Founder, Amy Ralston Povah got more time than her kingpin husband or anyone in his entire entire organization of smugglers and dealers even though she was the least culpable.  It’s convoluted and hard to believe, which is why we’ve … Read the rest

CAN-DO Founder Amy Povah in New York Times

CAN-DO Founder Amy Povah in New York Times

NYTsJanuary 26, 2015

Amy Povah, founder of CAN-DO; P.S. Ruckman, a pardon expert, and Sam Morison, former Pardon Staff Attorney for 13 years, who are both members of the CAN-DO advisory board, contributed to this NYTs online debate about “the … Read the rest

Op Ed in Fusion Urging President to Pardon More Women by Amy Povah

Op Ed in Fusion Urging President to Pardon More Women by Amy Povah

When Amy Ralston Povah was escorted across the compound at FCI Dublin, after President Clinton granted her clemency, she told the women she would never forget them. Fifteen years later, Amy is still fighting to garner attention for the women … Read the rest

Pot Lifers Photo Gallery

Pot Lifers Photo Gallery

Amy takes the Free Pot Lifers posters to the White House!

Amy takes the Free Pot Lifers posters to the White House! 2014

Amy Povah takes Life for Pot Prisoner Craig Cesal to the White House 2014

An Amy Povah takes Life for Pot Prisoner Craig Cesal to the White House 2014

Amy Povah takes Life for Pot Prisoner Larry Duke to the White House

Amy Povah takes Life for Pot Prisoner Larry Duke to the White House

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6 CAN-DO MEMBERS RECEIVED CLEMENCY on 3/30/2016

While Amy Povah was at the White House for a convening on Women in Prison, it was announced that 61 prisoners received clemency.  Out of those, six were CAN-DO members.

Robert Anderson – serving LIFE.  CAN-DO featured Robert’s daughter, … Read the rest

Amy Povah in Reason Magazine on Drug Conspiracy Cases

Amy Povah in Reason Magazine on Drug Conspiracy Cases

Amy Povah started CAN-DO to not only promote and spotlight people seeking clemency, she included her white housedesire to educate the public about the conspiracy law in the CAN-DO mission statement.  It hasn’t been easy because reporters typically have never heard … Read the rest

Clemency Recipient Trevis Love Credits CAN-DO!

Clemency Recipient Trevis Love Credits CAN-DO!

Trevis with his two daughters

Trevis with his two daughters

According to clemency recipient Trevis Love, “Amy and you [Malik King] sent a very important email out back in early April that really motivated me and got a new fire lit in me and lots Read the rest

CAN-DO Influenced Three Articles on Conspiracy Laws: Reason, Huffpost and The Kind

Three informative articles were published this week that focused on conspiracy laws which has been part of the CAN-DO mission statement.  All three articles went live over the course of seven days, as follows:

FIRST ARTICLE in Reason: by Lauren … Read the rest

Celebs and Clemency Recipients Speak on Capitol Hill, including CAN-DO Founder Amy Povah

Celebs and Clemency Recipients Speak on Capitol Hill, including CAN-DO Founder Amy Povah

The Leadership Conference, ACLU and #CUT50 partnered for a spectacular day on Capitol Hill, March 31st, to lobby for The Fair Sentencing and Corrections Act of 2015.  Listen to speeches by celebs and a panel discussion moderated by Van Jones … Read the rest

U.S. v Amy Ralston Pofahl (Povah)

How the State of Arkansas rallied behind one of their own and freed her from a draconian 24-year drug conspiracy sentence

The State of Arkansas rallied behind one of their own to free Amy from a draconian 24-year drug conspiracy sentence

The Conspiracy Case Against Amy Ralston Pofahl

Amy Ralston Pofahl – (now Povah) was indicted, tried and convicted by the … Read the rest

Amy in Action – CAN-DO Founder Amy Ralston Povah

Amy in Action – CAN-DO Founder Amy Ralston Povah

Amy Ralston Povah Goes to DC – 2014

Larry Duke received a compassionate release on March 5, 2015

Larry Duke received a compassionate release on March 5, 2015

Craig Cesal has served 13 years for a marijuana conspiracy conviction.

Craig Cesal has served 13 years for a marijuana conspiracy conviction.

Jim with Customs and Border Security asked Amy, "What country are these (pot prisoners) serving life in?" Ironically, most people don't believe this is happening in the U.S.

Jim with Customs and Border Security asked Amy, “What country are

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Lori Kavitz – 1st Offender – 24 Years IS NOW FREE!!!!

Lori Kavitz – 1st Offender – 24 Years IS NOW FREE!!!!

Lori Kavitz called CANDO from the airport in Orlando on May 16, 2018 – her freedom day! 

Sent. Judge Mark Bennett supports Lori’s clemency

lori_kavitz_clemency_lg Lori Kavitz 02310-029
DOB:
10/15/58
Age: 57
Race: White
Children: 2 sons, 3 grandchildren
Charge: Conspiracy … Read the rest

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