Trial and Error

The Outcry for Justice in the Dennis Dechaine Case

Connecting with Dennis

Prison life is difficult, especially if you shouldn’t be there, and Dennis Dechaine has been incarcerated since 1988. Staying in touch with the outside world is extremely important to him. He reads voraciously, takes college courses whenever they’re available (he had two degrees already), and he relishes visits from family and friends.

You can write to him at Dennis Dechaine, #1725; Maine State Prison, 807 Cushing Road, Warren ME 04864. Among his many interests are nature, farming and foreign language. While he loves receiving mail, he isn’t always able to respond.

If you are interested in visiting Dennis, we ask that you contact Trial & Error’s Bill Bunting ( or 207-549-5739). Dennis is allowed a limited number of visits, and as of April, 2012, it is no longer possible to schedule with the prison in advance. So, we try to coordinate visits from the outside as much as we can so that visitors won’t be turned away and Dennis can be ready.

Thank you.

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