From the Oxford Dictionary: Justice (noun) "The quality of being fair and reasonable."
The United States justice system is often hailed as the best in the world. Our Constitution is a remarkable achievement, a cornerstone for humanity adopted by many countries. By and large, the system works; it is, indeed, fair and reasonable. Though, like anything governed by mankind, there are flaws that often result in unfairness: injustices.
The case of the State of Mississippi vs. Christopher Roy is one of those injustices.
The Unjust Element will show that Chris deserves a new trial, that the system erred in convicting him of murder. We invite you to see the facts of the case, as well as get to know Chris as a person, and help us in our mission to find legal representation for a filing in the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.
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