JOHN DEWBERRY

 

John was wrongfully convicted in 1996 for a crime he did not commit.

After spending 10 years on death row, he is now in general population and still fighting to get his freedom back. 

 

 

Check his site for more info and how you can help.

John’s birthday is coming up soon, January 30th

 

Don’t forget​ to write to him and let him know that you think about him on his birthday.  For his birthday, you can also send him money through Jpay so he can buy items from the commissary.  You can also make a donation, all donations will support legal expenses. Should you have any questions or issues don’t hesitate to send us an email at dewberycommittee@gmail.com. 

The arrest

On January 3, 1995, a team of police officers descended upon the Dewberry family residence in order to arrest John.

The trial

On November 19, 1996, John was convicted of capital murder and sentenced to death in Jefferson County, Texas.

From death row to general population ...

On June 22, 2005, following the Supreme Court case of Roper v. Simmons, 125 S.Ct.1182,1200 (2005), the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals reformed John’s sentence to confinement for life.

... the fight is not over

The federal appeal is pending and a new trial is expected to be ordered soon. We are trying to raise funds to pay for a law firm to fight the case at the new trial.

If you would like to get a deeper insight into the case

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This website is updated by friends and supporters of John Dewberry