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Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson

“Bryan Stevenson’s Just Mercy was named as one of the Best Books of the Year by The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Seattle Times, Esquire, Time and The Boston Globe. Author Bryan Stevenson was then a young lawyer when he first founded the Equal Justice Initiative. This is a legal practice dedicated to defending those who are most desperate and are in need: the wrongly condemned, the poor, and women and children who are trapped in the farthest reaches of America’s criminal justice system. One of the first cases he handled was that of Walter McMillian. McMillian was a young man who was wrongly sentenced to die for a notorious murder that he insisted he did not commit. This case drew Stevenson into a tangle of political machination, legal brinksmanship, and conspiracy. This transformed his understanding of justice and mercy forever. Just Mercy is an unforgettable account of the once idealistic and gifted young lawyer’s coming of age. It is a moving window into the lives of the people he has defended, and the inspiring argument for true mercy and compassion in the pursuit of true justice.”

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January 15
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