Support Team Investments & Results

Steph Turner,

innocence claimant

Alisha Turner,

claimant's champion

Invested since starting YYYYMMDD:

 
Claimant invested: $125

 

Champion invested: $50

Support team invested: $225

Sponsor invested: $0
TOTAL INVESTMENTS TO DATE: $400
Costs: $400 for Value Relating services
Balance: $0
Balance due to investors: N/A
Results: Improved wellness, steps toward reaching goal.

Return on investment (ROI): 

Soft returns: "noticeably happier, more easygoing"
- NAME

Hard returns: None yet

$600,000 eligible compensation
Weekly earning increase to $556 

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irritation

anxiety

depression

guilt

powerlessness

overall impact

irritation

anxiety

depression

guilt

powerlessness

overall impact

These items were measured again on MM-DD-2019.

These items were previously scored on MM-DD-2019.

Prior wellness scores 
Latest wellness scores 

no change

regressed 10%

improved 20%

improved 10%

no change

improved 10%

Thanks, NAME, to your encouraging words this week, I found the courage to contact another employer and to write to the consumer reporting agency that prevented me from being hired at COMPANY NAME. I am only slightly behind schedule and with all of your support I trust I will not fall any further behind.

Thanks to the effective support from my team of supporters, I remain on this conciliatory track. Next, I aim to call our local state rep to follow up on the status of the Informed Decisions Act proposed bill I sent to him almost four weeks ago. 

My Progress

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Steph thanks the following supporters:

  • Amanda 

  • Angela

  • Laura

  • Luke

My Service Plan

Reversing previous avoidance options 

 

Testable hypothesis: The more encouraged I am to face the problems from this wrongful conviction the more improved my wellness outcomes, as measured by these five items.

irritation level: regressing

anxiety level: improving

depression level: improving

guilt level: N/A

powerlessness level: improving

Respecting standard adversarial options 

Testable hypothesis: The more generalized the judicial adversarial categories (such as accuser and accused, guilt and innocence, complainant and defendant), the less likely relevant needs will be satisfactorily resolved, as measurable by the number of crime targets complaining of being re-victimized by the judicial process and by the vast number of wrongly convicted persons who have yet to be exonerated.

Exoneration:         court to officially overturn wrongful conviction [governor to pardon]

Expungement:      record of wrongful conviction removed from official records

Compensation:     receive what I am legally due, if not more, for this injustice endured

Redemption:         official apology

Moving forward with conciliatory options 

Testable hypothesis: The more I step outside these overgeneralizing categories of the adversarial justice system, the more needs can be resolved on all sides, as measured by improved functionality of all involved.

  • Exoneration: build widespread support; seek help to verify of innocence claim; demonstrate greater "need-responsibility" than any adversarial process allows.

  • Expungement: any use of wrongful conviction to deny rights will draw community scorn (assess, audit, avow); opportunity to demonstrate need-responsibility value

Notifying:

  1. employers,

  2. consumer reporting agencies,

  3. legislators with IDA bill,

  4. media outlets with press release,

  5. court

  • Restoration: regain much of what has been lost due to the wrongful conviction

Income impacts: employment opportunities improved, income increased, debt relief

  • Redemption: satisfactorily adjust to immense losses with new meaning and purpose in life

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Speaking My Truth of Impacted Needs to Power

ASSESSMENTS identifying my impacted needs

Assessed Menard's hiring policy, has yet to reply

Assessed Walmart's hiring policy, has yet to reply

Assessed Hire Right's dispute policy, has yet to reply

AUDITS expressing my impacted needs

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AVOWALS addressing my impacted needs

​None yet