Top Prosecutor Katherine Fernandez Rundle Asked by Mom of Dead Son to Correct Cruel Prison Sentence
Balanced Justice Network reports that its founder Evelyn Castillo-Bach sent a written communication to the office of Miami-Dade County top prosecutor Katherine Fernandez Rundle requesting a face-to-face meeting.
"I lost my second born son in 2016 to SUDEP - Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy.
I'm not prepared to see my eldest son Mitchell die in prison for prosecutorial unwillingness to correct a cruel sentence," stated Castillo-Bach who is the Executive Director of BalancedJusticeNetwork.org and advocates for criminal justice reform.
On Balanced Justice Network anyone can listen to podcast episodes from Mitchell Finlay. "These podcast episodes are a window into the integrity and goodness of a human being State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle and her team deem worthy of death in prison," stated Castillo-Bach.
The website also gives a concise summary on the case and includes a link to the last legal brief filed by Finlay's appellate attorney Richard C. Klugh.
On November 13, 2015, appellate attorney Richard C. Klugh filed an appeal to the Life sentence in THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL OF FLORIDA, THIRD DISTRICT, CASE NO.: 3D15-1249, MITCHELL FINLAY, Appellant,-vs-
Visit Balanced Justice Network - Changing The System to learn more and sign the petition in support of a second chance for Mitchell E. Finlay.