He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He's Finding Justice | Isaac Wright Jr.

Last updated: Jun 1, 2023

The video is about Isaac Wright Jr., who was wrongly imprisoned for 20 years and how he found justice by representing himself in court.

The video is about Isaac Wright Jr., who was wrongly imprisoned for 20 years and how he found justice. He talks about the corruption that engulfed him as a young man and how he had to represent himself in court because no attorney believed in him. Despite having only a high school diploma, he picked up a law book and learned the legal system to fight for his freedom. He emphasizes the importance of having a voice and believing in oneself, and how that helped him to not only win his case but also become a successful lawyer after his release.

  • Isaac Wright Jr. was wrongly imprisoned for 20 years.
  • He represented himself in court to find justice.
  • Isaac Wright Jr. tried to find an attorney to represent him but failed.
  • Having a voice was more important than winning for him.
  • Isaac Wright Jr. was in his 20s when he was wrongly convicted.
  • Isaac Wright Jr. was surrounded by corruption during his arrest and prosecution.
  • Isaac Wright Jr. represented himself in court and won a new trial.
  • Isaac Wright Jr. became a licensed attorney and started his own law firm.
  • Isaac Wright Jr. formulated legal positions and gathered evidence against them without letting them understand what he was actually doing.

He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He's Finding Justice | Isaac Wright Jr. - YouTube

He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Introduction

  • Isaac Wright Jr. was wrongly imprisoned for 20 years.
  • He represents himself in court to find justice.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Representing Himself in Court

  • Isaac Wright Jr. tried to find an attorney to represent him but failed.
  • Attorneys advised him to plead guilty and take 20 years for something he didn't do.
  • He represented himself because he didn't want to be a slave to someone else's strategy.
  • Having a voice was more important than winning for him.
  • He picked up a law book and found an epiphany that changed his strategy.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Isaac Wright Jr.'s Background

  • Isaac Wright Jr. was in his 20s when he was wrongly convicted.
  • He only had a high school diploma.
  • He had a flourishing career and family before his arrest.
  • He found out who he really was when he went to jail.
  • He picked up a law book for the first time in jail.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He's Finding Justice | Isaac Wright Jr. - YouTube

Importance of Having a Voice

  • Having a voice was more important than winning for Isaac Wright Jr.
  • He wanted to be able to convince others of his innocence.
  • He didn't want to be a slave to someone else's strategy.
  • He found an epiphany when he picked up a law book.
  • He changed his strategy on how to move through the legal system.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Isaac Wright Jr.'s Story of Corruption and Injustice

  • Isaac Wright Jr. was wrongly imprisoned for 20 years.
  • He was surrounded by corruption during his arrest and prosecution.
  • He was buried before he even went to prison.
  • He was convicted after a month and a half trial.
  • The jury couldn't find him guilty, but the judge sent them back in until they did.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Isaac Wright Jr.'s Sentencing and the Prosecutor's Behavior

  • Isaac Wright Jr. was sentenced to life in prison.
  • The prosecutor moved from his table and walked up towards the judge's bench.
  • He stood in front of the judge and turned his back to him to look at Isaac Wright Jr.
  • He smiled at Isaac Wright Jr. when the judge gave him the life sentence.
  • Isaac Wright Jr. smiled back at him because he knew the prosecutor didn't understand what was really happening.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Isaac Wright Jr.'s Journey to Finding Justice

  • Isaac Wright Jr. represented himself in court.
  • He studied law and helped other inmates with their cases.
  • He found evidence of corruption and misconduct in his case.
  • He filed a motion for a new trial and won.
  • He was released from prison after serving 7 years of his sentence.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Isaac Wright Jr.'s Life After Prison

  • Isaac Wright Jr. became a licensed attorney.
  • He started his own law firm and helped others who were wrongfully convicted.
  • He produced a TV show based on his life called "For Life."
  • He continues to fight for justice and advocate for criminal justice reform.
  • He believes that everyone deserves a fair trial and a second chance.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Representing Himself in Court

  • Isaac Wright Jr. decided to represent himself to escape being sentenced to life in prison.
  • He realized he had a gift and his strategy shifted to not going to prison.
  • He made new law while in prison and waited for the right person to put his argument in.
  • He understood the corruption he was facing even before he picked up a law book.
  • He formulated legal positions and gathered evidence against them without letting them understand what he was actually doing.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Incident with the Prosecutor

  • On the day he was arrested, Isaac fell asleep in a holding cell and woke up to a detective and a man in a suit coming towards him.
  • The man in the suit introduced himself as Somerset County Prosecutor Nicholas L. Bissell and said he was going to be trying Isaac's case personally.
  • Isaac understood that move was something that was going to manifest itself in fact somewhere down the line.
  • He knew by any means necessary he was going to prison.
  • Isaac knew the more he knew about them and the less they knew about him, the better off he was.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Gathering Evidence Against Them

  • Isaac's strategy was to formulate legal positions and gather evidence against them without letting them understand what he was actually doing.
  • He did a civil case to get evidence and fought that simple case to sue them.
  • The purpose of the civil case was to open a door that would allow him to gather evidence.
  • Isaac was fighting two wars on both fronts in order to stay ten steps ahead of them without them seeing him coming.
  • He was gathering evidence against them right up under their nose and they had no clue what he was doing.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Playing the Long Game

  • Isaac always tells people to play the long game and normally he's talking about reputation.
  • He was playing the long game by formulating legal positions and gathering evidence against them.
  • Isaac understood how the world works, the system works, and the game works.
  • He knew that if they saw him coming, they would cut him off at the knees.
  • Isaac was completely capturing the interviewer's imagination because of how he understood the system and played the long game.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Isaac Wright Jr.'s Two Personalities

  • Isaac Wright Jr. lived his life as two people: one who wanted to wreak havoc through the judiciary and one who had an innate desire to right the wrong that was done to him.
  • He fought on behalf of other prisoners and litigated civil cases on behalf of the prison for prison conditions, mental and medical issues.
  • When he fought on his own behalf, he had to be clandestine in the way he was moving through the system and the things that he learned about the system and how he was going to use those things against them.
  • He had two distinct personalities moving through the system at the same time in one person and they cross-collateralized those experiences to bring in ultimate defeat through specific strategies.
  • He used whatever was in front of him against the system.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Emotional Management

  • Isaac Wright Jr. recognized the need for emotional management.
  • He dealt with two things: fear and something that happened to him when he was a kid.
  • When he was six years old, he had collected enough bottles to buy himself some things from the store and was skipping down the sidewalk when a German Shepherd attacked him.
  • He learned to deal with fear and it became his greatest ally.
  • He was in a good place with fear because of what happened to him when he was a kid.
  • Fear is your greatest enemy and when you're going through what he went through, fear can engulf you.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Acting as if the World Works the Way You Wish It Does

  • Isaac Wright Jr. learned to act as if the world works the way he wished it did.
  • He realized that if you act the way the world actually works, you can actually win because you're not fighting yourself.
  • He waited three years to get the perfect case that matched his.
  • He went to jail for being a drug kingpin and saw an opening to get that thrown out.
  • He needed somebody else whose case matched his so that he could get case law.
  • He gave the person a legal argument to use in his case.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Wreaking Havoc Through Justice

  • Isaac Wright Jr.'s core motive was to wreak havoc through justice.
  • He fought injustice with justice.
  • He got at least 20 people that were wrongfully convicted or sentenced out of prison.
  • He litigated civil cases on behalf of the prison for prison conditions, mental and medical issues.
  • He had two distinct personalities moving through the system at the same time in one person and they cross-collateralized those experiences to bring in ultimate defeat through specific strategies.
  • He used whatever was in front of him against the system.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Childhood Experience with Fear

  • Isaac Wright Jr. recalls being attacked by a dog as a child.
  • He initially screamed for help, but then accidentally hit the dog in the eye and it backed off.
  • Wright Jr. realized that he could have fought back instead of just screaming.
  • He learned the importance of fighting back and dealing with fear in a controlled manner.
  • Wright Jr. became better at dealing with dangerous situations as he grew older.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Dealing with Pain and Empathy

  • Wright Jr. discusses the difficulty of dealing with pain and empathy.
  • He talks about seeing loved ones suffer because of his own situation.
  • Wright Jr. had never dealt with pain and empathy in this way before.
  • He wrote a motion while in prison and realized it was filled with emotional baggage.
  • Wright Jr. had to learn to separate himself from his emotions in order to stay focused.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Representing Himself in Court

  • Wright Jr. was wrongly imprisoned for 20 years.
  • He decided to represent himself in court after realizing his lawyer was not doing enough.
  • Wright Jr. spent countless hours studying law and preparing his case.
  • He was able to prove his innocence and was released from prison.
  • Wright Jr. now helps others who have been wrongly convicted.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Lessons Learned

  • Wright Jr. learned the importance of fighting back and dealing with fear in a controlled manner.
  • He learned to separate himself from his emotions in order to stay focused.
  • Wright Jr. was able to prove his innocence and was released from prison.
  • He now helps others who have been wrongly convicted.
  • Wright Jr. believes that everyone has the power to change their circumstances.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Isaac Wright Jr.'s Journey to Justice

  • Isaac Wright Jr. represented himself in court as someone else and mastered the ability to deal with fear and manage what he was going through.
  • He became unstoppable and things kept falling in place month after month, year after year.
  • Seven and a half years later, he opened the door to his freedom.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

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He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Overcoming Mental Health Challenges

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He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

Isaac Wright Jr.'s Victory

  • Isaac Wright Jr. shut down the system that railroaded him and smiled at the corrupt.
  • He was in the future and knew what the corrupt would have to deal with in terms of his willingness to learn the law and get good at it.
  • The judge went to prison and the prosecutor committed suicide because he was facing 10 years in prison for what he'd done to Isaac and other people.
  • Isaac's victory is the craziest ever of somebody who is ultra methodical.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 20 years, This is How He

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