Circumstantial evidence: death, life, and justice in a southern town
The best-selling author of The Hot House traces the case of a black man convicted of murdering a white teenaged girl in a small Alabama town, and one lawyer's efforts to prove his innocence. 40,000 first printing. National ad/promo.
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Was it incompetence or pure racism???? You have group of people that would make Barney Fife look like Sherlock Holmes. But was it on purpose???
Great book, very detailed account of what happened. I had a hard time putting it down.
I had to keep reminding myself that this was late 80's and early 90's and not 40's and 50's.
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I ordered this book after hearing Bryan Stevenson speak in Kenosha. He's a lawyer who advocates legally for death row inmates and is featured in this book because he helps the main accused murderer ... Read full review