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Prosecutorial Misconduct Exposed in Shelby County District Attorney’s Office
On March 4, 2016, Pamela Moses was released from the Shelby County Jail. Judge J. W. McCraw presided over the Petition for Probation Revocation hearing, led by Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Nicholas. Nicholas demanded Moses be kept in jail for alleged probation violations, on the wrongful convictions that are presently before the Tennessee Court of Appeals in Jackson, TN. Attorney Josie Holland has submitted a 76-page brief delineating the injustice and vindictive prosecution suffered by Moses. The State of Tennessee has not yet responded to the Ms. Holland’s Appellant Brief on the Motion to Withdraw the coerced guilty plea.
From January 22, 2015, Moses was held on a $500,000.00 bail for non-violent offenses stemming from a Facebook Page, “Bring Civil Rights Charges Against Phyllis Gardner.” Four hours of testimony from eight state witnesses later, mostly law enforcement and…
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