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From one of the most remarkable lawyers of our day, an extraordinary true narrative about the power of mercy to redeem us and a loud appeal to halt mass incarceration in America. The author of this book was a young lawyer when he founded the Equal Justice Initiative, a nonprofit law office in Montgomery, Alabama, dedicated to defending the poor, the incarcerated, and the wrongly condemned.
This book has been authored by Bryan Stevenson and it was published on October 21st, 2014 by Spiegel & Grau. Bryan Stevenson is a professor of law at New York University Law School and the executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama. We are bringing the Just Mercy PDF Free Download file to our website for free.
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This book tells the story of EJI, from its humble beginnings with a small staff facing the country’s highest death penalty and execution rates, to a successful campaign to end the cruel practice of sending children to die in prison, to revolutionary projects aimed at confronting Americans with our country’s history of racial injustice.
Walter McMillian, a young Black man sentenced to death for the murder of a young white woman he did not commit, was one of EJI’s first clients. Mostly positive reviews from the reader on Goodreads praising the writing style and pattern of the book from the author.
The case demonstrates how America’s death sentence is a direct descendant of lynching, a system that Favours the wealthy and guilty over the poor and innocent. You can also read more content related to Biography Books.
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