Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted in 2001 for the 1991 murder of William Little, a gas station attendant in Bloomington, Illinois. Jamie is currently serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole in Stateville prison in Joliet, Illinois.
Jamie Snow has proclaimed his innocence from day one. In the years following his conviction, new information has come to light clearly showing that police misconduct and bad lawyering sent the wrong man to prison for William Little’s murder. Jamie Snow is innocent.
Jamie Snow Interview from Stateville Prison on Nov 25, 2011
June 20, 2014: Veritas. Valet. Vitae. – Truth is Worth One’s Life
A couple of year’s ago, Jamie read Paul Ciolino’s book, In the Company of Giants. Before the book even got started, Jamie was stopped in his tracks by this phrase: VERTITAS VALET VITAE (The Truth is Worth One’s Life)
May 15, 2014: The 11th Hour Witness – Jamie Snow Case
In 2001, Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted for the 1991 murder of a gas station attendant during an apparent armed robbery at the Clark Super 100 Station located at 802 E. Empire St. in Bloomington, Illinois. Jamie was home with his family on the other side of town when the crime occurred. He is currently being represented by the University of Chicago’s Exoneration Project. This is his 14th year residing in Stateville Prison in Joliet, Illinois. Continue reading →
November 7, 2013: Bill Clutter from Investigating Innocence Joins the Fight to Free Jamie Snow
Bill Clutter from Investigating Innocence has formally joined the fight for the release of Jamie Snow! Most recently, he was a part of the investigative team for David Camm. Camm was recently found NOT GUILTY in his 3rd trial. Continue reading →
June 4, 2013: Overzealous Detectives and Ineffective Counsel to Blame for Wrongful Conviction of Jamie Snow
Jamie Snow has proclaimed his innocence from day one. He told police he was nowhere near the scene of the crime at the time of Little’s murder. According to Snow, he was across town having dinner with his children. In the years following Snow’s conviction, new information has come to light that strongly suggests the wrong man was sent to prison for Little’s murder, as a result of police misconduct and bad lawyering. Continue reading →
May 31, 2013: McLean County SA: Forensic testing won’t prove Snow’s innocence
BLOOMINGTON — Jamie Snow’s newest request for forensic testing on evidence in his 2001 murder conviction contains nothing that would prove his innocence, McLean County State’s Attorney Jason Chambers said Thursday. Continue reading →
May 30, 2013: Convicted murderer Snow hopes DNA testing will exonerate him
BLOOMINGTON — A Bloomington man convicted in the 1991 murder of a gas station attendant has renewed his request for DNA testing on evidence and fingerprints from the crime scene. Continue reading →
an organization working to correct wrongful convictions
The Committee to Free Jamie Snow has done extensive research on Jamie’s case and continues to work diligently to provide a wealth of information including court documents, videos, and news reports. FreeJamieSnow.com is Jamie's official website. The site is a vital resource for anyone interested in learning more about the injustice committed against Jamie Snow.