When a seventeen-year-old boy, Byron, is accused of murder, the case looks closed and a conviction assured, since he had obvious motive and was found with the victim's blood on his hands. Moreover, the police have his signed confession. But does Byron know what he has confessed to, and is he going to receive a fair trial at the hands of Judge Keith Craxton?
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