The foundation got its name from Clinton Young, a death-sentenced individual in Texas who has been convicted and sentenced to death for two capital murders that we believe he did not commit. He was denied a fair trial.
Research on Solitary Confinement Published CRUEL BUT NOT UNUSUAL – THE AUTOMATIC USE OF SOLITARY CONFINEMENT ON DEATH ROWS This week, the Texas Journal on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights has published a research article written by our legal director Merel about the automatic use of indefinite solitary confinement on death rows across the United…
The prosecutor who worked on Clinton’s trial has requested to have his law license revoked.
The Midland Reporter-Telegram writes about the judge’s recommendation.
At the end of Wednesday’s hearing, the judge shared that he’s in favor of a new trial!
Next Wednesday, the closing arguments in Clinton’s case will take place on Zoom.
t’s our anniversary! April 5th, 2014, marks the start of the Clinton Young Foundation.