Raymond Lee Jennings Case Information and Documents


Case Facts, Information and Expert Reports Regarding the Wrongful Conviction of Raymond Lee Jennings in the Murder of Michelle O’Keefe
(People v. Raymond Jennings)

Exoneration

Memorandum of Decision (Motion for Factual Innocence) (January 30, 2017)

“Motion for Factual Innocence (“Motion” by Raymond Lee Jennings (“Petitioner”), represented by Jeffrey I. Ehrlich, Esq. Respondent, the People of the State of California, represented by Deputy District Attorneys Robert Grace and Kenneth Lynch.  Granted.”

News and Press Releases

  • July 1, 2016 via The Ehrlich Law Firm. Donors rally to help wrongfully convicted Iraq-War vet freed after 11 years in prison || Read Online || Download PDF
  • June 22, 2016 via The Ehrlich Law Firm.  Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office concludes that Iraq-war vet convicted of murder and sentenced to life term is innocent; agrees to vacate his conviction || Read Online || Download PDF
  • More News Stories and Media Coverage

Ray Jennings Leaving the Courthouse Thursday, June 23, 2016, with his attorney, Jeffrey Ehrlich


Letters to the Conviction Review Unit (CRU)

  • Letter from the Ehrlich Law Firm to Ken Lynch, Assistant Head Deputy, Conviction Review Unit, Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office Dated March 2, 2016.  Re:  Conviction Review Request for raymond Jennings.  Download PDF
  • Letter from the Ehrlich Law Firm to Ken Lynch, Assistant Head Deputy, Conviction Review Unit, Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office Dated October 2, 2015.  Re:  People v. Raymond Jennings, LASC No. MA033712, Court of Appeal No. B222959.   Download PDF


Expert’s Reports

Expert Review of Discovery Materials Produced in Investigation and Trial


Security Expert Report


Criminal Profile Expert’s Report

  • Report by Peter M. Kismet, Jr. BS, MS, MPA, FBI (Retired) of Criminal Profiling Associates LLC, dated March 3, 2016.  Case Title:  People of the State of California vs. Raymond Lee Jennings, Victim: Michelle O’Keefe.  Crime Involved:  Section 187 of the California Penal Code (Murder).  Download Report in PDF

Forensic Firearms and Ballistics Report

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