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

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We’ve all experienced those moments when it feels like the odds are stacked against you in a mighty way. In those moments, your willingness to survive, fight back, and come out on the other side unscathed is critical. But, when the odds are stacked against you in the form of corruption that leads to being wrongly convicted and railroaded into a life sentence in prison, it takes an immense amount of resilience and fortitude to strategically plan a way through a broken unjust system. Isaac Wright, Jr. has experienced this first hand after 7 years imprisoned and 9 additional years under investigation after passing the New Jersey State Bar exam. Isaac speaks to patience, calculated moves, and what it takes to turn anger and bitterness into usable skills that have a real impact.

SHOW NOTES:

0:00 | Introduction to Isaac Wright

1:33 | Self Representation And No Believers

3:52 | Having a Voice Most Important

5:07 | Surrounded by Corruption

6:38 | Sentenced but Setting The Next Move

10:45 | Creating New Case Law From Jail

15:44 | Moving Through System As 2 People

18:30 | Managing Emotions In Midst Of Chaos

23:36 | Isaac Defending Self In 3rd Person

29:45 | Running For Mayor of NYC

33:33 | Making Complex Problems Small

44:23 | Breaking Injustice With Minute Details

QUOTES:

“Because at that point, I was going to be a slave to somebody else's strategy, somebody else's thought process, and someone else's motives” [2:30]

“The level of corruption that had engulfed me as a young man alone, the book was written before the indictment came down, and that was really my reality.” [5:39]

“My strategy shifted to making sure that when I went to prison, they wasn't going to be able to keep me. And so everything I did was not for the day, everything that I did was for years down the line.” [10:16]

“The more I know about them, and the less they know about me, the better off I am” [13:20]

“One of the things about injustice, if you fight injustice with justice, you wreak havoc upon injustice, it's like water and oil, it's never going to mix” [16:55]

“As a six-year-old kid, I understood the importance of fighting back no matter how much danger you're in.” [21:59]

“I needed to separate myself from what I was going through in order to stay focused and it took me some time, but I literally became a different person. I was representing myself as someone else.” [24:48]

“I always take a granular approach to the things that I'm experiencing in life.” [34:22]

Guest Bio:

Isaac Wright Jr. (born January 23, 1962) is an American lawyer in the state of New Jersey. He is a candidate for mayor of New York City in the 2021 New York City mayoral election. Wright was convicted in 1991 after a five-week trial by a 12-person jury of 10 charges involving the sale of cocaine and sentenced to life in prison, but his conviction was overturned in 1997 after litigation brought by him and his lawyer, on the basis that police concealed evidence.

Follow Isaac Wright Jr:

Website: https://hunthamlinridley.com/attorneys/isaac-wright-jr/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/isaacwrightjr/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/isaacwrightjr

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/isaacwrightjr/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/IsaacWrightJr

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