CAN-DO has teamed up with some of the leading pardon experts and activists in the nation, including Mark Osler, Sam Morison, and Eric Sterling, just to name a few.
Sam Morison provides invaluable insight and expertise with regard to the … Read the rest
Nonprofit Clemency Foundation
Welcome to the CAN-DO Foundation
justice through clemency
CAN-DO is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit clemency foundation in Malibu, CA, that advocates Clemency for All Nonviolent Drug Offenders. CAN-DO has access to numerous … Read the rest
Patricia Williams (Pat) was born in Paris, the daughter of a US WWII officer and a French mother. She grew up in France and on a plantation in the Belgian Congo (now the Dem Republic of the Congo). She experienced … Read the rest
Each Circuit in the nation provides pattern jury instructions for every conceivable charge a defendant can be indicted for. The following is taken from federalevidence.com for the 9th Circuit (page 411) with regard to what is necessary to prove a
Beth Curtis shines a spotlight on:
These Men Are Serving Life Sentences In Prison For Selling Pot
Fifteen years ago, Beth Curtis’ brother, John, was sentenced to die in prison.
In 1994, John Knock was indicted … Read the rest
It’s a great day because so many people are being released from the half-way house and/or BOP due to the 2 pt reduction that Beth and others who were on the Top 25 Women who Deserve Clemency, such as Therese … Read the rest
Deniese Watts walked out of the BOP July 29th due to a motion filed that made her eligible for Drugs Minus Two.
Deniese was #18 on the Top 25 Women Who Deserve Clemency and very deserving – congratulations to Deniese … Read the rest