Innocent Man, Wrongfully Convicted


I find myself incarcerated for a crime I didn’t commit due to police malfeasance, prosecutorial misconduct, and ineffective assistance to counsel. I have an alibi, but my Pro Se Motion for New Trial was denied because my appellate counsel wasn’t given enough time to prepare for the hearing due to unnecessary delay in the court’s appointment of him. Now I seek habeas corpus relief from the higher courts regarding the constitutional violations I have suffered.

I feel that “proper planning and preparation, prevent poor performance,” which is why I am seeking help. I am enrolled in a correspondence course to become a Certified Paralegal so that I am better able to present my innocence to the Court of Criminal Appeals in Texas. The course is through Blackstone Career Institute, it is a 915 hour, 31 lesson course. I think of all things I could do to help myself this is by far the best. However, there are other legal material that I would like to have at my disposal as I wage this battle for my freedom, specifically legal books. This is what I need help with. On the other hand, I would also like to correspond with kind-hearted individuals that offer advice and words of encouragement.

My mother is all that I have in my corner at this time, and she is doing so much to help me because she knows I am innocent. But she can only do so much. She lost both of her children at the same time, my little brother died 16 days after I was arrested for this offense. I am her only living child, so this isn't just about me. I need to be home with my mother as she grows into her golden years.

I need your help in my fight for justice, so I can get home to my mother.

Write to me at:

Vernard Brown, Jr.
Allred Unit
2101 FM 369 N.
Iowa Park, TX 76367

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