My 38 year old brother, Jason was raised in a christian home with a loving family, and accepted the Lord as his Saviour at the age of 13. However by 16 yrs old he was experimenting with drugs and shortly therefore after dropped out of school. He had never done well coping with many issues such as loss of loved ones, breakups or anything he felt was going wrong in his life. In 2010 our dad, passed away to cancer, our middle brother, also passed away to cancer 2014, I am disabled and battled it as well. As for our mom, she has severe heart problems andother heart and vascular. During these times Jason lost focus of all he had been working so hard for and landed himself in prison. After a year in the county jail, in 2011, he was sentenced to 15 yrs for one case and 5 yrs 8 months for the other to be ran “COTERMINOUS”, which means the shorter of the sentences over rides the longer one. He has since served the 5 yrs 8m sentence. D.O.C. violates the separation of power doctrine when they refuse to honor the coterminous sentence. It is very rare and is often the only way a judge can lesson the imposed sentence. Jason has since gotten his GED,completed a great number of classes and courses to better himself and immersed himself in ministry! He has the leadership position in XtremeSolutions at the prison. (XtremeSolutions.com on YouTube). He mentors 8 men in his Christian program, found his Lord and Savior again, and gained the respect of fellow inmates and the staff. The problem is Jason's sentence of 5.8 yrs has expired 2 mo. ago. The Dept of FL Corrections refuses to recognize this coterminous sentencing. With his limited knowledge of the law, he has exhausted all avenues available to him and is now in jeapordy of exhausting the courts patience and being barred by excessive motions.
Jason simply just wants the sentence to be honored and come home. He has exhausted all means available to him through the law library, filing habias corpus, appeals etc. It has become abundantly clear that he will need the wisdom of an attorney to fight this further.I live on disability as does our mother and we don't have the money to be able to hire an attorney to get Jason released. Sadly he shouldn't have needed one.He has many volunteers and friends that would give him an excellent recommendation,if you need any questions answered you can leave me an email or way to contact you. MY BROTHER IS BEING HELD ILLEGALLY! Please help me get him home! Please keep us in your prayers that our moms health will hold on and not worsen and my only remaining brother will be released to come home. My brother has a solid vision for his future and a great heart! Thank you so much for all the prayers and any and all help through donations for his legal defense and fees.