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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 […]

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Shelby County, TN Drug Conviction Hearing Rescheduled, but Will it Happen?

by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 5, 2021) — Subpoenas were served to the district attorney’s office, a former local police detective and a number of other material witnesses to appear at an August 27 hearing for Jason Lamar White, a Tennessee convict transferred out-of-state two years ago representing himself in an ongoing appellate process for a 2017 […]