WELCOME TO OUR SITE!!!
Welcome to PAsentencing.com, the world’s #1 online resource for criminal justice reform in Pennsylvania!!! Established in January 2011, PAsentencing.com has since become much more than an organization that attacks illegal sentencing and unjust laws within Pennsylvania. We have ultimately become a full-fledged MOVEMENT focused on attacking the unlawful actions of the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole; the unlawful and unconstitutional enforcement of Pennsylvania's Post Conviction Relief Act (PCRA); the unlawful “customary practice” procedures that Pennsylvania's Common Pleas Judges use to impose life sentences; the corruption that exists within Pennsylvania's law enforcement agencies, judicial system, and state politics; and so much more... PAsentencing.com has also tentatively entered into the re-entry field as we have started an effort to ensure that all ex-offenders returning to society can receive meaningful employment.
As you navigate the many options offered on this website, we ultimately hope that you view this online venue as what we intend it to be: Pennsylvania's #1 resource for Offenders in the State of Pennsylvania... If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions that you wish to share with us, please feel free to click on the "CONTACT US" option located to the right side of this homepage. To see what PAsentencing.com is all about, please feel free to click on the "ABOUT US" option located on the right side of this homepage. And to see exactly what we have been doing on behalf of Offenders and Ex-Offenders in Pennsylvania over the past few years, please click on the "EVENTS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS" option located on the right side of this homepage. And, last but not least, if you would like to help or assist our movement by making a donation, please click on the “MAKE A DONATION” option located on the right side of this homepage. We hope to hear from you soon.
SEEK TRUTH… BE AWARE… MAKE A DIFFERENCE…
ERICA C.L. PATTON THE SOLUTIONIST
PAsentencing.com Co-Founder PAsentencing.com Co-Founder
& Street Team Leader & Legal Team Director
On the weekend of Saturday, February 28, 2015, a debate between State Senator Daylin B. Leach and Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams was televised on NBC. This debate was related to the issues of the Death Penalty and the Criminal Justice System in Pennsylvania. To view this two-part debate for yourself, click on the option directly below!!!
ATTENTION ALL JUVENILE LIFERS!!!
DO YOU WONDER WHY NO "RETROACTIVE BILL" HAS BEEN PASSED YET TO PROVIDE JUVENILE OFFENDERS WITH PAROLE ELIGIBILITY ???
DO YOU WONDER WHY SOME JUVENILE OFFENDERS ARE STILL GETTING SENTENCED TO
"LIFE SENTENCES WITHOUT PAROLE" ???
DO YOU THINK YOU CAN REALLY HANDLE THE THRUTH ???
SEE THE TRUTH FOR YOURSELF TODAY... JUST CLICK PLAY ON THE VIDEO BELOW AND VIEW OUR SHOCKING 9-MINUTE VIDEO.
The PAsentencing.com FREEDOM PACKET, 1st Edition is here!!!
We are pleased to announce that the much anticipated PAsentencing.com FREEDOM PACKET, 1st Edition is over 100 pages of in-depth analysis on topics such as:
- Statutory Authorization
- First Degree Murder In Pennsylvania
- Second Degree Murder In Pennsylvania
- Third Degree Murder In Pennsylvania
- Subject Matter Jurisdiction in Pennsylvania
- Pennsylvania Crimes Code
- Pennsylvania Sentencing Code
- State Habeas Corpus Relief
- How To Construct A Proper Legal Petition
- And so much more!!!
With over 60 pages of Appendixes attached to provide examples of ‘Judgment of Sentence’ orders, a State Habeas Corpus petition, a PCRA Petition, and so much more, the PAsentencing.com FREEDOM PACKET, 1st Edition is automatically provided to all Gold Status Club members. To become a member and receive your copy click here .
Seek Truth … Be Aware… Make a Difference…
It is the goal of PAsentencing.com to provide the public with accurate information concerning the Laws of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and other legal authorities, as well as how such matters relate to the unlawful deprivation of an accused and/or convicted criminal defendant's liberty who was prosecuted in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.