Commutation Of Sentence
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It has been twenty four years since my nephew, Craig Warren was incarcerated. The sentence he received is life without the possibility of parole. The charges are numerous and from what I understand unfounded but his conviction was based on the testimony of two other convicted felons. Our family does not believe that justice was served in this case and we appealed to different agencies to have it reviewed, however unsuccessfully. I am not professing to know all about the legal system but I know in my heart that to confine a human being for the rest of their entire life for charges that are unfounded does not seem legal nor right.
My family has exhausted all foreseeable possibilities of having this case reviewed which we feel would exonerate Craig. We have suffered financially, mentally and physically seeing my nephew locked up and not being able to help him. But we have kept in touch with Craig and encouraged him to believe that one day he will be released. Since his incarceration he has been a model prisoner and made good use of the time in continuing his education. He has achieved several accommodations including his High School Diploma. We made several appeals to the parole board which was denied. We were able to get Craig transferred to Lewisburg so we could visit him but the expense of retaining a lawyer and traveling this distance is a hardship due to financial and health reasons. Craig’s 96 year old grandmother passed away without ever being able to see him. She passed away hoping that one day he would be released. It is also my hope along with Craig’s mother, Aunts and Uncles as well.
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