To move the court to exercise its constitutional power to right the wrongs done.
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To give due process to Curtis L Price who was illegally convicted in Greenville SC, and sentenced to 35 years in 2004 for crime he didn't do. This was a modern day lynching.
To answer the questions of jurisdiction, and to determine subject matter. And provide redress since he never got a fair trial nor a full hearing at the post conviction relief stage.
On July 23, 2004 the trial court did violate due process when the judge Victor C. Pyle Jr erred in instructing the jury at the close of trial. Instructions that allowed the jury to convict on an offense not charged in the indictment...A due process violation. After which he was illegally sentenced to 35years.
In February of 2009 a kangaroo court was assembled where the fact that trial counsel's failure to provide effective assistance, which is grounds for relief, that the State provided attorney refused to put before the court or on the record.
The long standing violations of our rights guaranteed by the constitution for the United States of America will end once we stand together as the people of America. Imagine the things we can do together to make things happen that benefit our friends, neighbors and love ones for generations to come. By supporting this petition you are helping to set right wrongs done in the name of We the People.
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