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Turow, Scott(2002)
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Arthur Raven thinks his appointment by a judge to be a lawyer for a death row inmate is going to be the last step by a number of people who were just going through the motions. When he gets word that there may be evidence that his client is actually innocent, Arthur changes from being a plodding lawyer to one with a passion for a cause. Many of the characters in Turow’s drama discover that law is not necessarily mechanical, but their human connections and frailties play a part in the fortunes of the people they prosecute and defend.

Reviewed by Mel B., North County Regional

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