Thursday, August 21, 2008

Update on Troy's Commutation Application

It's been quite some time since I've updated the blog, so I thought I'd post the latest. There's not a lot of news as of today except to say that we know Troy's application is being reviewed by the governor's office. There has been a tremendous number of people applying for commutation and pardon, so they are dealing with a lot of applications and this may take 60 to 90 days or so.

So please join us in being patient and in praying for the strength to cope with whatever outcome we get. If the governor rejects Troy's application, we will seek a re-sentencing hearing within the jurisdiction where Troy committed his crime, so this is hardly the end of the road.

Thank you for your support.


P.S. Note that I've added a related links box on the right. Humanity for Prisoners is an extremely worthwhile organization run by our dear friend Doug Tjapkes. I recommend you take a look at his new blog and consider supporting Humanity for Prisoners.

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