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James was sentenced to 25 years in prison, 12 years ago. That is more time than murders, rapists, and child molesters get in most cases ... and James is none of the above. While James has made mistakes in his life, he has been out of prison for 15 months and has worked really hard to fit back in with society, restore familial relationships, and stay out of trouble. He has paid his debt to society and has learned from the mistakes he has made. He has already spent 11 years of his life in prison and wants to be free to enjoy his life with his wife, children, and family.

Please help us by asking the Administrative Law Judge on his case to reinstate his parole and let him come back home.

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  • 12 November 201034.
  • 07 November 201033. David
    Well if he's not a murderer, rapist or molester and they get less time then he should be set free if he isn't a danger to society.
  • 06 November 201032. Alice
    Although I'm not someone who lives in your jurisdiction, I believe that this is a situation which impacts even those of us who are far away. I have worked with many law enforcement agencies, and with many individuals on probation and parole. I believe tha
  • 05 November 201031. Kaitlyn
  • 29 October 201030. Lauren
    The man has served his time.
  • 28 October 201029. Thomas
  • 28 October 201028. Melissa
  • 27 October 201027. Kathryn
    I would hope that you would take into account the situation that led to James' original conviction as well as the way he has behaved since re-entering society. Please give this man the opportunity to prove that he is a good man.
  • 26 October 201026. Mick
    Eleven years is long enough for a stolen watch. Way too long. The defendant has a family now, he is stable, and even the guard recognizes that his outburst wasn't without justification. Putting him back in jail at this point would serve no useful purpose.
  • 26 October 201025. Larry
  • 26 October 201024. Heather
  • 25 October 201023. cul
    It seems ridiculous to me that a man should serve 25 years for the theft of a $10. watch. Then to be returned to jail for a minor breach of parole after having served 11 years is beyond the pale. Please consider returning him to his wife and family.
  • 24 October 201022. Cyndy
  • 24 October 201021. Patricia
  • 23 October 201020. Holly
    James is loved by so many and has become an integral and productive member society. Thank you for reviewing this information and recognizing James's contributions to the community and his family.
  • 23 October 201019. Lisa
  • 22 October 201018. Mandy
    11 years is a long time to take out of somebody's life, and I would like to believe that he has changed in that long period of time. I wish you all the best of luck!
  • 21 October 201017. JoAnne
    James has paid is debt to society and leniency should be granted. He is a husband and a father, financially and emotionally responsible for lives other than his own. Reinstate his parole and allow him to return to the life he has worked so hard to put b
  • 21 October 201016. Cindy
    Please let James come home to his family.
  • 21 October 201015. Eric
  • 21 October 201014. Stefanie
  • 21 October 201013. Deborah
  • 21 October 201012. T.
  • 21 October 201011. Lisa
    It's a shame that a man who's trying to make good in society should be forced to go back to jail while rapists and murderers go free.
  • 20 October 201010. Rebecca
  • 20 October 20109. Angela
    Please let my husband come back home to us. We need him.
  • 20 October 20108. Deb
    James has paid his debt to society and has worked very hard to rebuild his life with a wife and family. Please reinstate his parole and allow him to return home as soon as possible.

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