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Reversible Errors by Scott Turow

Scott Turow, author of Presumed Innocent and a lawyer himself, sets another novel among the lawyers and judges of fictional Kimble County. In Reversible Errors, Arthur Raven, a court-appointed attorney for a death-row inmate, receives word than another inmate might have evidence to exonerate his client. He has to deal with the prosecutors, police, and the original judge (just out of prison herself on bribery charges) who would prefer to see his client executed. Scott Turow's novels are usually filled with interesting characters, unusual legal twists and turns to keep the suspense mounting, and eye-opening peeks into the inner workings of the legal system.
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