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Life-Imprisoned Tennessee Inmate Submits “Newly Available Evidence” in Six-Year-Old Drug Conviction Case

by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 12, 2023) — On June 26, Tennessee state inmate Jason Lamar White, who has been housed in New Mexico since 2019, filed a Writ of Error Coram Nobis with the Shelby County, TN Criminal Court, Division III, to report “newly available evidence” he claimed will demonstrate his innocence of the 2016 […]

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Jason White Interviewed on “Shedding Light”

by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 26, 2022) — On Tuesday afternoon, Tennessee convict Jason Lamar White spoke with “Shedding Light” host Leonna Abraham Brandao, whose show focuses on wrongful convictions and issues arising from incarceration. “Blogtalk Radio Shedding Light was initiated to expose injustices in the Communities, Prisons, Government and beyond,” the show’s page states. “People […]

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At Last Minute, “Carter” No Longer Jurist in Jason White Case

by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 14, 2022) — The online docket record of Tennessee inmate Jason Lamar White now reflects that the newly-elected criminal court judge in Shelby County will issue a ruling Thursday on White’s post-conviction hearing which took place over two months ago. Judge Robert “Bobby” Carter, Jr. had presided over those hearings as […]

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Tennessee Inmate Jason White Interviews with David Tulis

by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 13, 2022) — On Monday morning, NoogaRadio host David Tulis hosted Tennessee inmate Jason Lamar White for a phone interview from prison lasting approximately 40 minutes. The interview begins at 5:27 here: In 2017, White was convicted in the Shelby County Criminal Court without any definitive evidence connecting him to […]

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Report: “Retired” Judge to Make Ruling September 15

by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 10, 2022) — A ruling is expected September 15 on the post-conviction petition of Tennessee inmate Jason Lamar White, according to Shelby County Criminal Court Clerk Heidi Herron as relayed by White’s mother, Kimberly White. Herron works with the elected clerk, Heidi Kuhn, and has been employed with the criminal court […]

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Will Shelby County’s New DA Be Different Than the Old?

by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 25, 2022) — A group of Shelby County citizens have launched a petition asking newly-elected District Attorney General Steve Mulroy (D) to investigate “corruption, collusion and cover-up” pertaining to two criminal cases overseen by his predecessor, Amy Weirich. On August 4, Mulroy won election over Weirich, who served in the position […]

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“Extraordinary Appeal” Request Calls Out Judge for Delays, “Abuse of Discretion”

by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 27, 2022) — On June 22, inmate Jason Lamar White submitted a 190-page Application to file an “Extraordinary Appeal” with the Court of Criminal Appeals at Jackson, TN in his ongoing efforts to argue the process responsible for his incarceration was flawed for several reasons. In the application, White presented two […]

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Conditions Improve for Inmate Awaiting Post-Conviction Hearing for More Than Two Years

by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 15, 2022) — The Post & Email has confirmed that following our report on Saturday in the case of Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) inmate Jason Lamar White, White has been transferred out of the “iron-bar” cell to which he was confined after arriving in Tennessee for a court hearing next […]