A Trial by Jury
Graham Burnett was appointed foreman on the jury of a sensational and disturbing trial involving a body with multiple stab wounds found in a tiny New York apartment, intimations of cross-dressing, male prostitution, and mistaken identity. It was to prove a most harrowing experience.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - kaionvin - LibraryThing
A nonfiction account of Burnett's own experience serving in the jury of a murder trial, this book brings up some interesting ideas- a nice read if you're interested in matters of law and the justice ... Read full review
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A young scholar with a one-year fellowship at a prestigious New York City learning institution suddenly finds his quiet, bookish life interrupted by jury duty in Manhattan. Burnett (history ... Read full review