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Not Indicative of a Murderer

One of the filings from Jeffrey Wogenstahl that is now before the Ohio Supreme Court supports his claim of innocence. This claim was dismissed by the Hamilton County  Court of Appeals last December, a decision which has been roundly criticized for … Continue reading

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Important and Troubling Implications

The judges at the Ohio Supreme Court have two separate filings from Jeffrey Wogenstahl before them. One, a jurisdiction claim (that Jeff’s trial should not have been held in Ohio, but in Indiana) has resulted in his stay of execution and the … Continue reading

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Judges Don’t Care

According to Terry Collins, the former Director of the Ohio Department of Correction and Rehabilitation, “[judges don’t] care whether there is new evidence whether the person is guilty or not guilty”.*  Jeffrey Wogenstahl’s experience appears to support this. For instance, … Continue reading

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