Blind Man Wrongfully Evicted and Rendered Homeless Due to Lack of Reasonable Accommodation, Attorney Appeals Dismissal

Wilmington, Delaware – A wrongful eviction case in Wilmington, Delaware has been dismissed by U.S. District Judge Colm F. Connolly, prompting an appeal from the plaintiff’s attorney, Thomas S. Neuberger. The plaintiff, William Murphy, who is 56 years old and in poor health, had moved to Maryland instead of returning to his Wilmington home. Neuberger argues that the judge failed to recognize the duty of local governments to provide “reasonable accommodations” to individuals with disabilities, including court constables carrying out evictions. Neuberger contends that the Americans with Disabilities Act mandates that reasonable accommodations be made … Read more

After 4 Decades, Philadelphia Man Wrongfully Convicted of Murder Finally Comes Home: Judge Vacates Conviction

Philadelphia, PA – After enduring more than four decades in prison, a Philadelphia man is set to return home. On Wednesday, a judge ruled that he had been wrongfully convicted, concluding that he had fallen victim to corrupt police practices. The case of William Franklin has garnered attention due to the shocking revelation that his conviction was unjust. William Franklin’s family, who have been eagerly awaiting his release, spoke with NBC10 about the momentous decision. In 1980, Franklin was found guilty of murder in Philadelphia, but now, after the judge’s ruling that vacated his conviction, … Read more

Justice Denied: Wrongfully Convicted Man Files Lawsuit Against Investigators for Murder Case Reopened After DNA Testing

SALEM, Mo. – A family in Salem, Missouri, continues their pursuit of justice as they navigate a decades-long battle. The tragic murder of Judy Spencer in 1982 had gone unsolved for years, until a breakthrough in DNA testing pointed investigators towards Spencer’s former boyfriend, Donald Nash. Nash was convicted of capital murder and served 12 years in prison. However, in 2020, his conviction was overturned due to a lack of evidence, leading to his release. The case took a new turn when a lawsuit was filed before Nash’s death last year, contending that he should … Read more

Landmark $10 Million Jury Award Restores Justice and Dignity to Wrongfully Convicted Detroit Man

DETROIT (AP) – A Detroit-area man has been awarded $10 million by a jury after spending nearly six years in prison for a crime he did not commit. The jury found that Alexandre Ansari’s constitutional rights were violated by a detective from the Detroit Police Department who concealed crucial evidence in a fatal shooting case. The verdict, delivered on Thursday in federal court, marks a significant step towards restoring Ansari’s dignity and helping him recover from the traumatic experience of being wrongfully convicted. According to Ansari’s attorney, Wolf Mueller, the police possessed vital information about … Read more