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Birth date: 02/4/1968
Gender Male
Race: African American
Height:  6 ft 0 in
Weight: 245 lbs.
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
   
Are you on Death Row?
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Expected Release
Month  11      year 2018    

Current Residence

James L. Baker
128-827
Garner C I
50 Nunnawauk Rd
PO Box 5500
Newton, CT 06470
 

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Message From inmate James L. Baker # 128-827

                                          EVERYONE NEEDS A GOOD FRIEND.                                     
  Where are you?  A very cool dude.  Kind, loving, handsome, ( at least my mother thinks so)  fit, funny, intelligent, love music, and having fun.  Seeks best friend.  Won't be disappointed.  E-mail me or write directly to the following address:
                                                                      James L. Baker # 128-827
                                                                    rner C I
50 N
                                                                                                                                                        6/15/2008                                                                  
   On March 21, 1994 at approximately 7:00 pm in the area of 305 Exchange Street New Haven, Connecticut, Amenophis Morris was found dead as a result of a gunshot wounds to the head.  I was charged for the murdering with conspiracy to commit murder in violation of Connecticut General statutes, 53a-54a (A), 53a-8, and 53a-48 (A), and 53a-54a (A).   allegedly I conspired with Jermaine Harris, Harold Trent Butler, and Terrance Stevenson ( A.K.A. Joe the flea) to carry out this murder.  I was the driver of the vehicle and had no prior knowledge of what was to take place.

    On October 29th 1995, the following trial in the superior court for the Judicial District of New Haven, I was found guilty of the crimes of murder and conspiracy to commit murder.  On January 12th 1996 i was sentenced to a total effective sentence of fifty years incarceration, which was alter reduced to 32 years by the sentencing court.

    On February 16th 1996 I filed an appeal in the Supreme Court of Connecticut (case # sc-15368).  There after, in May of 1997 I filed my brief in the supreme court of Connecticut raising the following issues:
 - There were errors in the jury selection proceedings
 - The court erred in certain of It's evidentiary ruling
 - The court erred in certain of It's instructions of the jury

   On June 2nd 1997 the Supreme Court of Connecticut transferred my appeal to the court of appeals ( case # Ac-17227).  The appeal was argued on April 28th 1998 and specifically addressed the following issues:

 -Whether the trial court violated my constitutional right to present a defense under the sixth Amendment to the united states Constitution and violated my right to a fair trial under the fifth amendment to the united states constitution by precluding me from inquiring into the identity of a police informant.
 - Whether the state did not adequately assert It's claim of privilege and that consequently, the trial court did not properly weigh the applicable competing interests in It's ruling.

    I argued that the state is required to disclose the identity of an informant when that information is critical to my right to a fair trial.  Furthermore, I argued that discloser of the informant's identity was necessary to determine the source of exculpatory information.  The trials court's refusal to permit this inquiry adversely impacted my sixth amendment right to present a defense, mainly that a third party was responsible for the murder.

   The court of appeals handed down It's decision on September 8th 1998 affirming the trial court ( State vs. Baker, 50 conn. app. 268 (1998)).

    On September 28th 1998, I petitioned the Supreme Court of Connecticut for writ of certiorari. On November 3rd 1998, the supreme court denied review.

    On March 17th 1999, I filed a state habeas corpus petition under Conn. gen. State Ann. 54-466 and amended this petition on September 25th 2002.  ultimately, however this petition was later withdrawn on February 10th 2003 after I was granted relief on my motion for sentence modification.  I was graded relief on September 21st 2003 when my motions for reduction was granted and count one was reduced from 50 to 32 years. 

    For the may 2006 docket, I filed on application for clemency with the Board of pardons and parole unit and my application was denied.

    I am doing all that I can to make changes in my life.  I have successfully completed "the alternatives to violence project, Inc."   "Drug and violence prevention," and " people empowering people program."  I am also working towards taking up a trade here at MacDougall C.I. and it's my plan to spend every minute that I am incarcerated in the pursuit of change and rehabilitation.  I will not waste one minute of my life to in futile efforts but will devote my life and time to some how try and reach out to the young so they don't make the same mistakes I have.

                                                           

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