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Found this book a little long and into too much law.
This book might not be for you if you already have a very good understanding of the legal system relating to the death penalty.
Call it "hokey" but those victories always left me feeling that sometimes the "right" people can win out over power and greed.
Much too detailed in the legal battle to prevent execution by the State. A good read for legal-beagles to be. Well written, but too wordy.Published 2 months ago by Herbert Krieger
This was a page-turner and the answer did not come until the last paragraph. But the appeals for Rennell got a little tiresome. To a lawyer it might not have been that boring. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Florence E. Staege
A well written book that delves into the legal intricacies involved in the death penalty.Published 3 months ago by Sunny
Too much repetition and preaching about the flaws of capital punishment. A waste of the author's talent.Published 4 months ago by al eagle
An interesting read if you are into law and the death sentence. He is one of my favorite authors. Found this
book a little long and into too much law.
Don't seem to be real. The systemic legal is like a person some bad and some good. Though more corrupt than good. The book denigrate conservative people. Read morePublished 5 months ago by amy
Another great read from Richard North Patterson. I've enjoyed every one of his books and continue to look for new releases.Published 6 months ago by Barbara in North Carolina