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The Office of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP) is an independent prosecuting service that was established by Parliament to prosecute alleged offences against Commonwealth law, and to deprive offenders of the proceeds and benefits of criminal activity. The CDPP aims to provide an effective...
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Witness Justice is a national nonprofit organization committed to directly serving survivors of violent crime in the U.S. Our goal is to provide trauma victims and their loved ones with access to information and support to promote healing and to establish a sense of personal justice, no matter where they live or the...
The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and its charitable Foundation have legal education programs for both attorneys and the public, a lawyer referral service for those who need to find an attorney, professional development opportunities for members, and other services that promote the ethical practice of law.
Nebraska's Two Political Prisoners: Ed Poindexter and Wopashitwe Mondo Eyen we Langa (formerly David Rice)
The Center For Family Counseling is community service aimed at providing no-cost solutions in the East Bay to youth and family related problems.
Products and Services to support indigent and wrongfully accused inmates. Purchasing of product and Services help with cost of the wrongfully accused. Donations welcome!
Substance use disorder (addiction) treatment facility offering residential transitional housing, intensive outpatient, pre-trial sentence evaluations, DUI tx
Wrongly Charged is a book by David Merkatz that examines the flaws of the justice system. He has experienced being wrongly accused, for more info call today.
The Asian American Bar Association of the Delaware Valley (AABADV) is a non-profit organization founded in 1984 to serve a wide network of Asian Pacific American attorneys admitted or practicing in Pennsylvania, Northern Delaware and Southern New Jersey. The AABADV is dedicated to the advancement of its members and...
Help for a LIFE Inmate for totally non-violent 'crime' that he didn't commit.