Former Judge Jack McDonald 2017 Letter to Governor Snyder – Clemency for Seaman
Former Michigan Governor Engler (1991-2003), well known for his “tough on crime” approach, appointed the Honorable Circuit Judge John “Jack” McDonald to the bench in Oakland County (Detroit suburb) where he served from 1993-2010.
McDonald has always been a strong believer in the criminal justice system and presided over numerous first-degree murder cases with life sentences. He believes society needs to be protected.
However, the case of Nancy Seaman in 2005 was the only exception for McDonald. He is still advocating for her release from prison in the form of film and letters. The following is Retired Judge McDonald’s third letter to Governor Snyder.
Please consider joining our growing list of supporters by signing Nancy Seaman’s clemency petition to Governor Snyder and the Michigan Parole Board on jtsadvocates.com – Our Work.
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The goal of this campaign is to convince our legislators in the state of Michigan to change People v Christel to model the California law in order to bring #Justice4Women.