At 19, Julius Jones, a promising athlete with a bright future, was convicted of a murder he says he didn’t commit. He has lived on death row for 20 years, and is kept in solitary confinement 23 hours a day. There is evidence pointing to his innocence and explicit racial bias amongst the jury, some of which is outlined on the petition page. His story was also featured on the Wrongful Convictions podcast for those interested in learning more.

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