John N. Fogleman (unrelated) was the lead prosecutor in the conviction of the West Memphis Three (wm3) -- the infamous case of three Arkansas teenagers (Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin, and Jessie Misskelley Jr.) who were convicted in 1994 of killing three boys. They claimed innocence while spending 18 years in prison.
Following a successful decision in 2010 by the Arkansas Supreme Court regarding newly produced DNA evidence, the West Memphis Three reached a deal with prosecutors. On August 19, 2011, they entered Alford pleas, which allow them to assert their innocence while acknowledging that prosecutors have enough evidence to convict them. Judge David Laser accepted the pleas and sentenced the three to time served. They were released with ten-year suspended sentences, having served 18 years and 78 days in prison.
Devil's Knot is a 2014 biographical crime-drama thriller film based on the story of the West Memphis Three starring Reese Witherspoon, Kevin Durand, Stephen Moyer, Colin Firth, Elias Koteas, and Bruce Greenwood.
Presently, John N. Fogleman (unrelated) is a judge for the Second Circuit of the Arkansas Circuit Courts. He is in Division 8, serving Clay, Craighead, Crittenden, Greene, Mississippi and Poinsett Counties.
Three-year-old critical following accidental shooting - wreg.com
— wreg.com Three -year-old critical following accidental shooting wreg.com WEST MEMPHIS , Ark. — A 3-year-old child is still fighting for his life following what police say was an accidental shooting in West Memphis , Arkansas. Authorities have not released an official statement, but are expected to release new information ... and more »
Three additional cases of West Nile reported in Shelby County - wreg.com
— wreg.com Three additional cases of West Nile reported in Shelby County wreg.com MEMPHIS , Tenn. — The Shelby County Health Department confirmed three additional cases of West Nile Virus in the area. They wouldn't say where the virus was contracted, but stated the total number is now at eight for 2017. In 2016, only two cases were ... West Nile Virus | Wisconsin Department of Health Services Wisconsin Department of Health Services - Wisconsin.gov all 141 news articles »
Workers in court following West Memphis daycare death | WREG.com - wreg.com
— wreg.com Workers in court following West Memphis daycare death | WREG.com wreg.com Felicia Phillips, Kendra Washington and Wanda Taylor are charged with manslaughter in the death of 5-year-old Christopher Gardner. Women Charged in West Memphis Daycare Death Plead 'Not KARK Women charged in West Memphis daycare death pleas - WMC ... WMC Action News 5 Child Dies In Arkansas Day Care Van: 3 Women Plead Not Guilty ... Patch.com FOX13 Memphis all 4 news articles »
As Southland Park becomes gambling mecca, Memphis is losing out - The Commercial Appeal
— The Commercial Appeal As Southland Park becomes gambling mecca, Memphis is losing out The Commercial Appeal Then the Mississippi River flooded in spring 2011, inundating the Tunica casino district for a month, steering Memphians to West Memphis . Within three years, Southland poured on a $37 million expansion, positioning the casino as a lively entertainment ...
Judah Wilkerson - West Plains Daily Quill
— West Plains Daily Quill Judah Wilkerson West Plains Daily Quill 24, 2017, at Amy Baptist Church of Hocomo, in Caulfield. Funeral Services will follow at 2 p.m. with Pastor Charles Morgan officiating. Interment will follow at Amy Baptist Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Roller-Citizens Funeral Home of West Memphis .
Norvell ready to build on success at Memphis - Log Cabin Democrat
— Log Cabin Democrat Norvell ready to build on success at Memphis Log Cabin Democrat Memphis had gone a combined 12-48 in the six seasons before this three -year run. Memphis heads into the second year of former University of Central Arkansas star Mike Norvell's tenure as the favorite in the American Athletic Conference West Division ...
Jerry West: 'Everyone Is Playing for Second Place' to Warriors - Bleacher Report
— Jerry West : 'Everyone Is Playing for Second Place' to Warriors Bleacher Report Jerry West left the Golden State Warriors front office to instead work for the Los Angeles Clippers, but he is still aware of which team is at the top in the NBA. "Everyone talks about, well, this team is loading up to beat the Warriors. Well, everyone ... and more »
ASU professor looks at impact of color photos in court trials - Arizona State University
— Arizona State University ASU professor looks at impact of color photos in court trials Arizona State University In 1994, three teenage boys were convicted of the murders of three 8-year-old boys in what would become known as the case of the West Memphis Three . Nearly two decades later, they were released from prison following a decision by the Arkansas ...
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