“Marti Green's look at the potential for abuse and corruption in the privatized, for-profit juvenile justice systems across America is taut, edifying, and, at times, terrifying. The thought that some of the terrible things described in this book really happen to youngsters charged with minor offenses made my skin crawl. This is an important novel as well as a top-notch thriller. I'd recommend it to anyone.” —Scott Pratt, bestselling author Justice Redeemed and the Joe Dillard series
About the Author
After receiving her master’s degree and her professional certificate, both in school psychology, Marti Green realized that her true passion was the law. She went on to receive her law degree from Hofstra University and worked as in-house counsel for a major cable television operator for twenty-three years, specializing in contracts, intellectual property law, and regulatory issues. She is the author of the legal thrillers The Price of Justice, Presumption of Guilt, Unintended Consequences, and First Offense. A passionate traveler, mother to two adult sons, and grandmother to five grandchildren, she now lives in Central Florida with her husband, Lenny, and cat, Howie.