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Is a good read overall and I would recommend it to anyone interested in wrongful convictions.
Also, there were 50 pages of reference materials at the end of the book, so I feel pretty confident that the author did his homework.
Many of the defense attorneys were also appalling, providing, at best, ineffective assistance of counsel to their hapless clients.
Excellent book about a tragic tale from Texas. There are some heroes and villains in this book and you will come away with great admiration for the heroes and contempt for the... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Cranky Greg
This is a story of America's huge but little-covered rural drug war. It's the story of one nation's criminal justice system, its biases, and the convolution that keeps most poor... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Wilson Lanue
this book will be used as a textbook for the fall semester 2014.clean copy with no markings. this book looks brand new!Published 10 months ago by Marae
As a Texan, it was disturbing. I also had a chance to meet Judge Chapman, and he confirmed the completeness and accuracy of the book.Published 11 months ago by Daaron Dwyer
A well-told tale of a horrendous miscarriage of justice and the attempt to set it right. Fascinating characters and keen insight into the culture that allowed it to happen.Published 16 months ago by DYK
Somehow I missed this story when it evidently hit the national news a while back. Corruption running amok in a small east Texas town.Published 18 months ago by Lee Runge
Well written & researched work. Background detail clearly wrItten makes information understood whIle leavIng readers opinions & emotîons self-determIned not author-manipulated. Read morePublished on January 18, 2013 by Amazon Customer C.B.