Prior to my incarceration, I attended North Carolina Central University, having aspirations of becoming a dentist. However, that goal was obstructed by poor choices that landed me in prison for 19 years.
While incarcerated, I learned to become a very good Baker, Barber, earned diplomas in Welding and Electrical Wiring, received a Bachelor’s in Business and became a volunteer GED tutor.
Upon my release from prison (May 2012), I complete Barber school at Fayetteville Tech, worked at “On the Go Kutz” (Fayetteville, NC), and became a part-time College Career Readiness Instructor for Richmond Community College (see Face Book page). And yet again, poor choices led to my re-incarceration (October 2014).
But things are different this time around. God’s mercy, coupled with my jail house lawyer skills, enabled me to find fatal errors in my case pertaining to an illegal search and seizure executed on my house and car.
Although my convictions were overturned by the Court of Appeals (May 1, 2018), that decision is currently under review by the Supreme Court, due to the State and I both appealing the issues we each lost on.
However, as previously stated, the errors in my case were fatal. And I am confident that the Supreme Court will decide in my favor, which will set me free sometime this year (2019).
So, if there is anyone out there with an interest to help me self-improve and reconnect with society in a positive way, I look forward to hearing from you soon!