Damon Thibodeaux was freed Friday after spending 16 years in a Louisiana prison for a crime he didn’t commit.
Damon Thibodeaux was exonerated with DNA from a Louisiana after 15 years in solitary confinement.
In Louisiana a Public Defenders shortage is preventing the state from adequately representing indigent defendants facing the death penalty.
A new study from Louisiana found that the odds of getting a death sentence are 97% higher for those charged with killing a white victim than for those charged with killing a black victim.
Imagine a lunch counter where white people freely entered but black people were systematically turned away, being told it was because of their clothes, their hair, or the way they walked.
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