“She placed her belief in the justice system, and she ended up being convicted of a crime that she did not commit.”

~ United States District Court Judge Gloria Navarro, Las Vegas Journal-Review, May 29, 2002.

The Justice Institute Sends Letter to District Attorney Wolfson

The Justice Institute sent a letter addressed to Clark County District Attorney Steven B. Wolfson informing him that Chief Deputy District Attorney Steven S. Owens had provided misinformation concerning the Kirstin Lobato case to KLAS-TV in Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the Associated Press, and the Nevada Supreme Court. That letter dated July 3, 2012 was received by the District Attorney’s Office on July 6, 2012, and as of August 2, 2012 no reply was received from DA Wolfson. DA Steven Wolfson and Steven S. Owens are public employees of a public agency and Kirstin Lobato’s case is a public prosecution, so the Justice Institute is making the 12-page letter and its 17-pages of 5 attached exhibits publicly available.

Read the Letter

Listen to Audio of “What Happens in Vegas, the Kirstin Lobato Case” From The Other Side of Justice Radio Show

Listen to the archived audio of “What Happens in Vegas, the Kirstin Lobato case.”

Michelle, Helen, and a surprise guest discuss Kirstin’s case with former police officer Vincent Hill on his radio program, The Other Side of Justice.

Listen to internet radio with The Other Side of Justice on Blog Talk Radio

Kirstin’s Case Chosen by The Freedom Fighters

The Freedom Fighters, a group dedicated to freeing the innocent, has chosen to support Kirstin Lobato alongside nationally known wrongful convicted individuals Ryan Ferguson and Jamie Snow who are also currently imprisoned as they seek justice. The image below was created by Freedom Fighter Randi Hubbard Juarez and shows Kirstin, Ryan, and Jamie.
The Freedom Fighters 

About Kirstin Blaise Lobato

Kirstin Blaise Lobato is an innocent 29 year old woman who was wrongfully convicted of murder in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2002. Despite the fact that no DNA evidence found at the scene tied her to the crime and multiple alibi witnesses were available to testify that she was 170 miles away the day the murder occured in Las Vegas, she has spent the last ten years of her life in prison.

We are asking Clark County District Attorney Steven Wolfson to allow The Innocence Project to pay for DNA testing in Kirstin’s case.

To learn more about the case, please visit the Justice4Kirstin News Page and the Justice:Denied Magazine website.
See new evidence that would exonerate Kirstin on Justice:Denied

Contact Clark County District Attorney Steven Wolfson

Please write a letter to the District Attorney’s office asking him to allow The Innocence Project to pay for DNA testing of the evidence in the case of Kirstin Blaise Lobato:

Email: DAInfo@ClarkCountyDA.com

Mailing Address:
Office of the District Attorney
200 Lewis Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89101

Phone: (702) 671-2500

If you choose to contact District Attorney Wolfson’s office, please be respectful and professional in your communications.

Injustice Anywhere Features Kirstin’s Case

Injustice Anywhere, an organization “created to help bring more knowledge and attention to wrongful convictions and to work to bring much needed reform” is featuring Kirstin’s case on their website. Bruce Fischer from Injustice Anywhere has written an article entitled 100,000 Call For DA To Allow DNA Testing In Kirstin Lobato Case

Retired DC Attorney Phil Mause Asks DA Wolfson About the Case on a Local Radio Program

Listen to District Attorney Steven Wolfson tell respected DC attorney Philip Mause that his office “already has taken a fresh look at the case” despite Mr. Mause’s multiple assertions that Kirstin is innocent when he calls into the Veterans in Politics Radio Show on June 16, 2012.

Mr. Mause has written an article entitled The Hope Diamond Of Wrongful Convictions: The Kirstin Lobato Case.


Veterans in Politics Radio Show – June 16, 2012
(High Quality Stream)
Read a Transcript of the Call


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