State of Louisiana vs Charles James Mitchell III

My husband was convicted of attempted first degree murder in 1998 when he was 17-18 years old. He was sentenced to 20 years hard labor without eligibily of parole. There are 11 errors in his docket and his paperwork clearly contradicts itself. It actually says insufficient evidence to convict him and it also states Conviction Reversed, Sentence Vacated, Acquittal Entered. It is 2009 and he's still incarcerated. Attempted is when you intended to commit a crime. His paperwork states that there is insufficient evidence to prove that he intended to commit this crime. I posted this blog because I welcome your advice and similar situations to be posted. There are alot of people that got railroaded like this, its unfair and they can never gain back all those years that are lost. Most Inmates dont get the treatment or careful consideration that they deserve when they are not "Rich" or have Sufficient Funds to resolve certain matters....Basically their just doing "Dead Time". We need a miracle in my hubby's case but I wont give up because my love for him wont allow me to. If you are going thru a similar situation, my prayers are with you. We as a people need to all come together and do something about this. I would like to start up an organization for these types of problems and would like many of you to follow.....Open your hearts. I have contacted the news as well as the newspaper in our area and i'm awaiting a response. Lets get these young women and men free! Have a Blessed Day Mrs Geraldlyn Trinity-Mitchell


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    5 years ago Comments: I agree with you and Im open to anything you may need me to do to help. I too have a loved one thats been forgotten in the system.
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