Looking for a very experienced lawyer who can, and will, do Pro Bono in Massachusetts. Very controversial case that carries a lot of press. Prefer someone who does not reside in MA, due to any backlash that may come of it or possible personal ties to victims families.
He was sent with his brother to keep him from getting into real trouble, but brother shot and killed 2 people. A lot of factors. He didn't have a record and was not a violent person, but still ¼ of decade later, he's still in prison.
If anyone is interested and has the talent and or time, or can direct me to someone that would seriously take this case, please write me and I'll tell you more.
This is a very sad situation, all the way around.
This is listed as Provincetown, MA, but it is not. I did that for privacy reasons
A good place to start would be the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS) or the Innocence Project.
If your friend was convicted of murder on a theory of joint venture, then he did not have to pull the trigger to be guilty of murder.
And you are asking for a lot of free work, a LLLLLLO-O-O-O-O-O-O-OTTTTTT of free work. Mounting an appeal is no small matter. Mounting an appeal of a 25 year old murder case is an even larger matter.
Not trying to discourage you; just being really honest.
Attorney Lauren Craig Redmond ~ 617.953.6116 ~ No attorney/client relationship is established or implied by any email or phone conversation.
You should contact the New England Innocence Project (NEIP) immediately. They accept cases monthly and have a high record for success for wrongful convictions. Best of Luck.
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