Slam the Gavel

James Gibson was falsely accused with a conviction of murder, served 29 years and was exonerated

January 30, 2021 James Gibson Season 2 Episode 7
Slam the Gavel
James Gibson was falsely accused with a conviction of murder, served 29 years and was exonerated
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Slam the Gavel
James Gibson was falsely accused with a conviction of murder, served 29 years and was exonerated
Jan 30, 2021 Season 2 Episode 7
James Gibson

   I was so honored to have as my guest, James Gibson, who was falsely accused with a conviction of murder and sentenced to a life without parole.  This innocent man served 29 years of torture in a prison system that is designed to destroy not only a person's life, but also mind and soul.
   James, however, was exonerated in 2019 and is now sharing his story because what happened to him can happen to anyone of us. James explains that it was his mother's emotional support that got him through this ordeal.  
   While in prison, James filed his own appeals, never took a plea or deal. He is to be commended for his knowledge of the law while he explains the process of exoneration and obtaining a certificate of innocence.  Therefore, James has taken it upon himself to help/advocate for others.
    James has a publishing business: James Grant Publishing, 55 East Monroe Street, Suite 3800, Chicago IL 60603.
   Decals are available as well and can be ordered through PayPal and Cash App. 
   To reach James: www.iamjamesgibson.com
   You can also find numerous video on James on YouTube.

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Music provided by Richard Provost/[email protected]

Show Notes

   I was so honored to have as my guest, James Gibson, who was falsely accused with a conviction of murder and sentenced to a life without parole.  This innocent man served 29 years of torture in a prison system that is designed to destroy not only a person's life, but also mind and soul.
   James, however, was exonerated in 2019 and is now sharing his story because what happened to him can happen to anyone of us. James explains that it was his mother's emotional support that got him through this ordeal.  
   While in prison, James filed his own appeals, never took a plea or deal. He is to be commended for his knowledge of the law while he explains the process of exoneration and obtaining a certificate of innocence.  Therefore, James has taken it upon himself to help/advocate for others.
    James has a publishing business: James Grant Publishing, 55 East Monroe Street, Suite 3800, Chicago IL 60603.
   Decals are available as well and can be ordered through PayPal and Cash App. 
   To reach James: www.iamjamesgibson.com
   You can also find numerous video on James on YouTube.

dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com

Music provided by Richard Provost/[email protected]