Black People : AFTER THE TRIAL A Legal Toolkit for Prisoners and Their Loved Ones


Permanent Black Man
May 16, 2002
Bronzeville USA
Staying Alive
Since 1989, 2,240 people in America have been wrongly convicted of crimes and then later exonerated and cleared of all wrongdoing due to new evidence of innocence.
A Legal Toolkit for Prisoners and Their Loved Ones​
This 32-page zine (PDF), produced during City Bureau’s Spring 2018 Fellowship, contains easy-to-read information to help incarcerated people navigate the complicated legal landscape.
* Note: Information is specific to the laws and courts of Illinois only. City Bureau is not a legal organization and we will not be able to answer your questions or provide any kind of legal advice. Information for organizations that may be able to provide assistance is on page 11 of the zine.

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