The Innocence Project New Orleans supplies John with a cellphone for up to a year while appeals in his case are completed.John Floyd considers a dog at the Acadiana Animal Aid shelter in Carencro, La., Tuesday, Sept. Floyd was looking for a dog similar to ones he had over the years while serving 36 and-a-half years in prison for a murder conviction that was thrown out with the help of the Innocence Project New Orleans in June.John Floyd plays with a dog named Sandy that is up for adoption at the Acadiana Animal Aid shelter he is visiting with his lawyers Emily Maw, right, and Richard Davis, center, in Carencro, La., Tuesday, Sept. Floyd was looking for a dog similar to ones he had over the years while serving 36 and-a-half years in prison for a murder conviction that was thrown out with the help of the Innocence Project New Orleans in June.Floyd now lives in an RV and works on a farm near Lafayette. It's a snap-on western shirt and a pair of Dan Post cowboy boots — some of his first acquisitions upon leaving the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola in June after 36 years.You can create a profile in just two steps and be ready to mingle with other members in your area.
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