Free: Sandra Davis-Lawrence

In a defining case for the California parole system, the Post-Conviction Justice Project successfully argued before the California Supreme Court that longtime inmate Sandra Davis-Lawrence’s due process rights had been violated by the Governor’s reversal of her grant of parole.

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Video: USC Law Students Help Deserving Clients Find Freedom

Since the early 1990’s, PCJP has provided pro bono representation to women serving life-terms, many of whom survived intimate partner violence. Hear from faculty, students, alumni and former clients Sandra Davis-Lawrence and Connie Keel. https://youtu.be/dUMo1wJelj4

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Woman freed by student speaks to law school

A woman who was represented by a USC Law student after spending 29 years in prison for sitting in a car while her husband robbed and killed a shop owner shared her story with a crowd of 165 students and parents at USC’s Trojan Parents Weekend. The woman — Connie Keel — gave a…

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