Posts Categorized: Max Soffar

Judicial vacancies slow judicial system

Perhaps no one can appreciate the importance of quick access to our federal courts more than death-row inmate Max Soffar. By the time the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals rules on his habeas petition in support of his claim of innocence, he might have already died of liver cancer. The fact that the Fifth Circuit,…read more

ACLU Asks Supreme Court To Review Case Of Innocent Man On Texas' Death Row

ACLU Asks Supreme Court To Review Case Of Innocent Man On Texas’ Death Row Max Soffar Never Given Opportunity To Present Evidence Pointing To His Innocence NEW YORK – March 30 – The American Civil Liberties Union and the Texas Innocence Network (TIN) today petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to review the wrongful conviction of…read more

Kinky Friedman for Governor?

Kinky Friedman announced that he is running for the Democratic nomination for governor of Texas in the 2010 primary election. One of the main issues in his campaign platform is the abolition of the death penalty. In 2005, while running for the governor of Texas as an independent candidate, he was approached by a group…read more

ACLU and Texas Innocence Network Appeal Innocent

At a hearing today before the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, theAmerican Civil Liberties Union and the Texas Innocence Network (TIN)argued that death row inmate Max Soffar was unfairly prevented fromproving his innocence at his second trial in 2006. The groups hope tooverturn Soffar’s conviction in the capital murder case of 4 victims shotduring an…read more


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