Sandy Ogilvy, professor of law, was quoted in a Sept. 13 Business Insider article about a man who received a life sentence under mandatory minimum sentencing laws. The Innocence Project Clinic and Clemency Project at the Columbus School of Law filed a petition for commutation on the man’s behalf.
This 'peacenik deadhead' will die behind bars — unless Obama steps in to save him
From: Business Insider
Date: Sept. 13, 2015
Author: Erin Fuchs
Sandy Ogilvy, the professor who runs the project in which law students at Catholic University work on clemency petitions, seemed particularly struck by Tyler's case.
"The reason Timothy ended up with a life sentence is he had two prior convictions ... It's just crazy. There's no nice way to put it," Ogilvy told me.
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