Ditrick Derouen Advocacy Efforts

Birth Date:
November 23, 1972
Incarcerated Since:
November 20, 1997
Release Date:
Convicted Of:
Capital murder
Home Town:
Bexar, TX
African American
156 lbs
Wants To Write To:
Sexual Orientation:
Open to Gay/Bisexual Contact:
Will Write Overseas:
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Lawfully applied. Exhibit AA: V. Please review Defendant Ditrick Derouen's Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) Individualized Treatment Plan and Individualized Post-Secondary Education Program. The defendant has a strong urge to seek clarification and insight on the applicable sentencing statues or guidelines and design individualized sentencing reports or memoranda, which includes specific sentencing proposals where the death penalty has been waived, this case then became a non-capital case, which should allow a jury instruction regarding parole eligibility, and insight on how the Texas Department of Criminal Justice really evaluate, utilize, and apply earned credits for incarcerated individuals looking to change their lives. The defendant continually strives to improve his overall education, communication, and anticipated career goals to maintain a strong positive outlook on the future and it is made possible with first acknowledging his willful steadfast commitment in rehabilitating himself and secondly, with applying his privileged, vastly appreciated earned time credits towards parole eligibility and a sentence reduction through executive clemency. He takes full responsibility for neglecting an obligation to his child and society as a whole. VI. Executive assistance and Process of sentence reduction. The sentence reduction through executive clemency requires a lawyer and a retainer for long term expenses. Sentence reduction in the state of Texas is a step-by-step process. For example, in the state’s sentence reductions require the consent of the prosecutor and then the parole board has to agree to the terms and finally the governor’s office. The retainer in a monthly payment plan may include office expenses $200 a month and travel expenses $200 a month. Long term expenses are $10,000 total. The total expenses for this process over 18-month period is $15,400. Payment plans over an 18-month time frame are available. The process for expedited sentence reduction service may cost approximately $25,000 What you can do: Please consider giving a one-time special donation to Def: Ditrick Derouen advocacy efforts to raise money for legal representation. No amount is too small to help make a difference in the advocacy efforts of the Defendant. I hope this legal profile stimulates you to donate using the convictpenpals.com. I also encourage you to donate conveniently and securely online at convictpenpals.com. Please give generously, according to your means, and help correct this injustice. Should you have any questions regarding this legal profile, please email Def. Ditrick Derouen at ladyderouen23@gmail.com

Ditrick Derouen #00837354
Alfred Hughes
3201 FM 929
Gatesville, TX 76528

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