was wrongfully convicted in 2001 for the 1991 armed robbery and murder of Bill Little, an 18-year-old gas station attendant, in Bloomington, Illinois. Jamie resides in Stateville prison. He has always maintained his innocence and is being represented by the Exoneration Project. There is no physical evidence linking Jamie to the crime. No DNA, no weapon, nothing. We have sought DNA testing from McLean County state’s attorneys for years, and they have consistently fought it, even though the Exoneration Project has agreed to pay for it.
Jamie’s case was featured on Crime Watch Daily (now True Crime Daily).
Here is a message from Jamie Snow and supporters asking the Illinois Prisoner Review Board to recommend Clemency to Governor Pritzker for Jamie Snow.