Tag Archives: wrongful conviction

Positive Programing

I thought it might be nice to talk about what Sean does in prison. When most people think of prison, they picture inmates locked in their cell all day whiling away the endless hours doing useless things like carving into … Continue reading

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Court Timeline: UPDATED (1/17/19)

Our Court Timeline: -January 17-18th, 2017 Evidentiary Hearing in Sacramento ✔ -February 17, 2017: Transcripts from the Evidentiary Hearing obtained ✔ -March 17, 2017: Nickerson (Sean’s lawyer) filed post Evidentiary Hearing brief ✔ -May 22nd, Extended to July 21, Extended … Continue reading

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life and death

Written by Sean Recently my grandma Gerry passed away before I had a chance to find out what was really going on. A year ago my grandma Corine passed away, also without much forewarning. I really wish I could have … Continue reading

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Going on 7 months -Sean

7+ months since 9th Circuit Court- nothing but delays from the Attorney General The past several months have been real hard on me. Ever since we won in the 9th Circuit Court. I fully expected to be home by now. … Continue reading

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14 Days of lock down

  written by Sean On September 11th, 2015 just before 11:30 am there was an incident on the prison yard. I still do not know for sure what exactly happened. What I do know is that the building control officer … Continue reading

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Family Visits (or lack thereof)

  Did you know that prison inmates with a life sentence are not allowed to have Family Visits? Yep, it’s true unfortunately. Years ago they passed a law stating that only those inmates with non-life sentences could be entitled to … Continue reading

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12 Years

  written by Sean O’Brien  2/28/2015 This March marks 12 full  years that I have been wrongfully incarcerated. My freedom was stolen from me at 16 years old, now I am 28 and still in prison for a crime I … Continue reading

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