Regina Evans plead guilty and accepted responsibility for mishandling funds from a government grant. She has been incarcerated for nine months now awaiting sentencing on December 9, 2013, and she is in poor physical health. She has been a pillar in the community; a devout and active member of her church; a dedicated and well-respected police officer; a loving mother and a cherished friend; and she has never once been in trouble in her entire life prior to this incident. I couldn't list all the good things she's done in her life because this petition is limited to 1,000 words. I pray the court will temper justice with mercy on December 9th and exercise its discretionary authority by imposing a sentence of time served and releasing Regina to be home with her loved ones. She poses no threat to society and I think she's suffered enough. Please show your support in this matter by signing the petition below.
To the Courts-as I plead,
I echo an earlier comment, Regina's intent in this endevour was always to do good for people of all walks. Venturing in yet another area of her life where she found herself as a pathfinder. I am absolutely positive that the mistakes made were honest and of ignorance, not of ill intent. Regina has a heart, mind, and soul of kindness and caring. She would not intentionally do anything illegal or harmful. She has spent more that enough time away from participating in her life as a wife, mother, family member, friend, and community member. Please release her.
To Regina- as I Pray,
May God continue to bless you with the strength to pass through this storm. You will get through it! Keep positive and your head held HIGH.
When you look at Regina's life and career, she has always focused upward. Constantly challenging herself to improve her family life, education, professional career and spiritual pursuit. Her accomplishments in each of those areas are well documented. The intent of her endevour related to this case was always to do good for people of all walks. Venturing in yet another area of her life she was on an uncharted path. I am positive the mistakes made were honest and of ignorance, not of ill intent. Yes, everyone does deserve a break; especially those that have spent thier life trying to do good for and right by people. I PLEAD with the Court to allow Regina to rejoin her family and continue to be a blessing to/for so many persons. God Bless and Keep you Regina...
Regina Evans I have known and been friends with for well over 20+ years. My family moved from Chicago some years ago but my mom still lived there. After my mom had a major heart attack and when it was time for her to be released from the hospital, it was Regina that took her into her home. She's don so very much for me, I can not tell it all. But if I was sitting across from her and told her that I needed a heart to survive, she's one who would lay hers on the table and pass it to me. I PLEAD for her release.
Lana Mccarroll, United States4 weeks ago
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Chris Weathers, United States1 month ago
- Petition has reached 500 signatures!