A troubling portrayal of the criminal justice system from within its well-guarded walls.” —New York Times
“Required reading for anyone who believes that only the guilty are put to death…A catalog of appalling miscarriages of justice.” —Washington Post
"[A] chilling look at judicial corruption and incompetence.” —New York Daily News
“Should be required reading for...our justice system.”—Philadelphia Inquirer
About the Author
Jim Dwyer is a Pulitzer Prize--winning reporter who writes the "About New York" column for The New York Times. He has written or co-written six books, including 102 Minutes, which spent twelve weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. He lives in New York City.