Texas Exoneree Joyce Ann Brown Dies



Texas exoneree Joyce Ann Brown passed away on Saturday.  She was 68 and had suffered a heart attack at her home in Dallas earlier in the week.  Brown served nine years of a life sentence for a robbery conviction before she was exonerated through the help of Centurion Ministries.  

After her exoneration, Brown devoted much of her time to helping people who were incarcerated or who had been incarcerated.  You can read more about her

in an obituary in the

Dallas Morning News

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Isabel Cisnwroa June 2, 2016 at 4:43 pm Reply   

my bother in law has been wrongfully incarcerated on December 2, 2015 with a charge of murder Felony 1. His bond was set at 1million dollars and has not been reduce his constitutional right was being violated as he couldn’t see his attorney. I’m concern that there is coruption in Laredo, TX. What can i do. This is a political influenced case due to the victim was bother to a Corupted Justice of The Peace.

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