Fighting for Freedom – My Profile of an Advocate for the Wrongfully Convicted

New Jersey Monthly Photographer Marc Steiner Shoots Lesley Risinger Outside Camden County Courthouse for my New Jersey Monthly Profile of Her

New Jersey Monthly Photographer Marc Steiner Shoots Lesley Risinger Outside Camden County Courthouse for my New Jersey Monthly Profile of Her

I first interviewed Lesley Risinger in her small, windowless office in Seton Hall School of Law. Around her were papers and folders and shoeboxes of papers sent to her by New Jersey prisoners over the last couple of years. She’s made it her mission to help to free New Jersey’s wrongfully-convicted. Her work and her fascinating personal story were the subject of my piece for New Jersey Monthly Magazine.

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One response to “Fighting for Freedom – My Profile of an Advocate for the Wrongfully Convicted

  1. I always spent my half an hour to read this blog’s posts daily along with a cup
    of coffee.

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