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DNA Helps Exonerate Innocent Man Wrongly Convicted of Murder

One of the most frightening scenarios an individual can imagine after losing a loved one in a senseless criminal act, is being convicted of causing his or her death. It is an unfortunate truth that ...
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Man Accused of Arson is Freed from Prison after 42 Years

After spending 42 years of his life in Arizona state prison, 59-year-old Louis Cuen Taylor plead no contest to a plea agreement that set aside his original conviction and credited him with time ...
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The long wait for a motion for post-conviction relief

At Taylor & Taylor, we always urge our clients to have patience if they are seeking post-conviction relief, but sometimes our lawyers exhaust their patience. It often takes time to draft the ...
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Can I appeal my case?

Many prospective clients ask us if they can appeal their criminal case. Or, more accurately, a friend or family member will ask us if we can appeal a case. While it seems like an easy question, the ...
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