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Louisiana Judges Refused to Review Petitions from Thousands of Incarcerated People

Louisiana law allows a person in prison to file a petition to challenge their conviction or sentence on the basis of claims like innocence, police or prosecutorial misconduct, and ineffective assistance of counsel. State law also requires that a panel of three state appellate judges must review petitions written by incarcerated people themselves because they cannot afford a lawyer.But according

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