He is been incarcerated for 23 years and is in Arizona correctional facility. Wanted to see if it's to late to open up his case since it's 23 years later. He has natural life sentence. Interested in reduce sentence or want to know his options if there any.
You'll need to speak with an attorney that handles post conviction relief. His options are very limited. Unless you have new evidence that was not available at the time of trial, he won't be getting his case re-opened. And pardons are rare. You might want to speak with groups like the Innocence Project to see if his case is something they might take on because otherwise you will need to spend a lot of money for something with very low chance of success.
He'll need relief via a Writ of Habea Corpus at this point but he'll need some new evidence or evidence of ineffective assistance of counsel to have any shot at reopening the case. Groups like the innocence project or local law school criminal justice clinics might be able to point you in the right direction.
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