Help bring John Giuca home.
13 years ago, my son John was wrongfully accused and convicted during the District Attorney's reelection. Recently 3 false witnesses came forward and admitted they lied against John and apologized. Throughout those 13 years while John was in prison severely suffering we have sacrificed so much, physically, emotionally and financially. Finally, after all the pain and suffering the day has come, John's conviction was thrown out!! A panel of 4 judges unanimously reversed the wrongful conviction and John should be home! but unfortunately the Brooklyn DA is dragging John back to trial! Unfortunately, helping him get home has drained my finances and I am not able to do much for him. That is where this page comes in, I am hoping some people that know John or know his story will chip in whatever you can. Whether it is $5 or $50. I will be forever grateful, and you will know that you helped John pay his lawyers, investigators and possible bail. The judge may or may not set bail on June 28 2018. If he sets bail then John can fight his case from home instead of prison. Appeals department reversed the conviction based on Prosecutorial misconduct yet John still sits in prison waiting. please help him come home.+ Read More
Sadly they are dragging John back to trial but first things first if the judge gives John bail June 28th it would be a miracle if we can get him home on bail. Pray.
Still trying to get John home! Thank you to all his supporters and please continue sharing!!
Even though judge Danny Chun denied John bail, John's lawyer wrote up a motion and will submit it to the Appellate judges tomorrow then we have to sit back and wait to see if the judges reverse Chun's decision and grant John bail. John is not a flight risk he doesn't even have a passport and we don't have any family or friends in other countries, and at this point we don't even have any money left. So let's keep our fingers and toes crossed that the decision for no bail gets reversed and we all can bring John home after 13 and a half years incarcerated.