The "crime" of Dorothy Sheridan
When Christian Scientist Dorothy Sheridan's daughter died of what the medical examiner termed "an unnecessary death", Sheridan was accused of killing her own child. Damore recreates the sensational courtroom battle that pitted a smart constitutional lawyer against the full powers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Fine.
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