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#wrongfullyconvictedwednesday Evin King

Evin King smiles following his release form prison. On June 22, 1994, the nude body of 41-year-old Crystal Hudson was found in the bedroom closet of her 6th floor apartment in Cleveland, Ohio. She had been strangled and the body was partially decomposed. Police suspected 37-year-old Evin King primarily because he was in the apartment when Hudson’s daughter found the body and because Hudson’s mother told police she had a “premonition” that King killed her daughter. King was among numerous people who had come to the apartment and sometimes stayed there. King’s clothing was examined for Hudson’s blood or any fibers from her bedroom, but none was found. An autopsy showed scrapes on her cheek, jaw, and torso, as well as a bruise on her scalp. Her rectum had been damaged. Vaginal and rectal swabs were taken and many sperm heads were found, although few of…

15 Nov 2017

#wrongfullyconvictedwednesday Rickey Dale...

1 Nov 2017

On February 15, 2001, the badly mutilated and decomposed body of 46-year-old Marie Cholette, a transient rail rider, was found in a tent in a hobo camp known as “Indian…

Is it a Crime to Enter into a Marriage of...

31 Oct 2017

    Entering into a false a marriage to facilitate someone’s immigration into Canada is marriage fraud. Marriages of convenience are not allowed under Canada’s immigration law. It is illegal…

If I have a Criminal Conviction am I...

19 Oct 2017

  A criminal conviction in Canada can be reason fro inadmissibility to the United States. There are many reasons a person may be ineligible to enter…

Is it a Crime to Impersonate a Doctor?

17 Oct 2017

It is illegal to impersonate a doctor in Canada. It is a criminal offence in Canada to impersonate a doctor. Historically, there have been incidence of…

#wrongfullyconvictedwednesdays Krystal Voss

11 Oct 2017

Krystal Voss was wrongfully convicted of killing her child. On January 31, 2003, 28-year-old Krystal Voss brought her 17-month-old son, Kyran, with no vital signs, to…

Is it a Crime to Record a Conversation?

10 Oct 2017

  It is not a crime to record a conversation in Canada so long as one party consents to the recording. It is not a crime…