Ronald Pursley, 63, is slated for release on October 25, 2021. At the time of his application last year, he’d suffered from congestive heart failure and heart attack history, and his health has worsened since then. Despite these challenges, the warden last month denied his application for release.May 28, 2021
The state of Kansas could find itself sued for violating the Sixth Amendment unless the current session of the legislature substantially beefs up inadequate funding for public defenders in the Sunflower State…May 20, 2021
Despite laws forbidding the practice, attorneys say African Americans are frequently dismissed from jury pools because of their race. Here’s a look at the huge implications that has for our justice system.May 10, 2021
In November, not long after 52-year-old Shane Haynes arrived at the Winfield Correctional Facility, he began experiencing headaches and numbness on his left side. He was taken to the Winfield Hospital where staff found a blood clot on the right side of his brain.May 10, 2021 Criminal Legal Reform
Ronnie Loggins has liposarcoma cancer. The tumor, located on his inner thigh, likely has grown beyond what is operable. Radiation treatments were unsuccessful…April 12, 2021 Criminal Legal Reform
The Clemency Project: "His continued incarceration raises more questions than his imprisonment ever answered."
Ronald Pursley, 63, is not only a heart attack survivor, but he has serious, lingering cardiovascular issues including congestive heart failure and hypertension.April 9, 2021 Criminal Legal Reform