Court case of Jamie Snow rejected by Illinois Supreme Court

The Illinois Supreme Court has decided not to hear the case of Jamie Snow. He is a Bloomington man serving a life sentence for murdering a gas station attendant in 1991 during an armed robbery. 
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Vincent Hill discusses Jamie Snow’s case on his BlogTalkRadio show The Other Side of Justice

On Easter Sunday, 1991, 18 year old gas station attendant William Little was shot and killed during a robbery that yeilded $30.  8 years later Jamie Snow was convicted despite eye witness contradictions, no DNA, no murder weapon and a seasoned police officer testifying that Snow was not seen fleeing from the gas stations. Watch video →


New Billboard Aims to Prove Snow’s Innocence

BLOOMINGTON–A brand new billboard is encouraging people to help a convicted murderer prove he didn’t do the crime. The sign supports Jamie Snow, who is serving a life sentence in prison for the 1991 murder of gas station attendant Bill Little. Watch video →

WMBD 2011-07-31 530PM 1st Annual Postcards in the Park

WMBD Coverage of the 1st Annual Postcards in the Park for Wrongfully Convicted Jamie Snow

Judge Knecht Addresses Ineffective Assistance of Counsel in Appellate Court

Jamie Snow Interview with WJBC from Stateville Prison

Convicted murderer Jamie Snow talks with WJBC about his fight for a new trial in the 1991 Bloomington shooting death of Billy Little.

Postcards in the Park: Shows Support For Convicted Murderer

BLOOMINGTON — Tammy Alexander isn’t related to Jamie Snow, she’s not a family friend, and she doesn’t even live in Illinois. Watch video →

Jamie Snow’s interview with The Pantagraph

Jamie Snow, the Bloomington man convicted of killing a service station worker in 1991, talks to The Pantagraph about with his efforts to obtain a new trial. Watch video