Korean Title: 월터가 나에게 가르쳐 준 것
Author: Tim O'Brien
504 Page 140 * 210 mm / 630g
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About This Book
It is Brian Stevenson's memoir, which vividly reflects the harsh and discriminatory judicial reality and the true stories of his criminal cases and clients. It revolves around the case of Walter McMillian, a black man accused of killing a white woman and sentenced to death. Surrounded by prejudice and fear, the illegal and unfair treatment of police, prosecutors and judges who harshly punish the weak and Stevenson's dedicated defense of saving them makes them feel like they are watching a tense legal drama.
Through the case of clients with unfortunate stories, the book accuses unfair justice and gives clues to reform it. In other words, what threatens justice?>, What is needed to correct unfair justice?Answer questions such as > Stevenson learns the answer in defense of the death row, Walter McMillian case. We realize that what threatens justice is our fear and anger, and that all we need is the mercy to soften it.
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