Grant & Eisenhofer has filed suit on behalf of a Honduran immigrant who was wrongfully imprisoned for fourteen years following his conviction of a double murder he did not commit. Led by G&E principal Kimberly Evans and G&E of counsel Joshua Dubin, the lawsuit claims that defendants failed to follow routine investigative procedures—such as comprehensively examining and investigating the crime scene, and cross-referencing the plaintiff’s alibi. The plaintiff also alleges bias against Central American immigrants.
The plaintiff seeks compensatory and punitive damages for his loss of 14 years of freedom. If you or a loved one have been wrongfully convicted, Grant & Eisenhofer can help investigate your claim and may be able to help you seek compensation for your damages. Call (855) 244-2031 or use our online form to schedule a free consultation.
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