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What Justice Looks Like

Damren, Samuel. Book - 2019 364.973 Da, Adult Book / Nonfiction / Law / Damren, Samuel 4 On Shelf No requests on this item Community Rating: 1 out of 5

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1977: People V Arthur Lee Burgess -- 2016: People V Davontae Sandford.
"What Justice Looks Like tells the story of two high stakes criminal cases - the 1977 prosecution of a vicious hit man and the 2016 exoneration of an innocent defendant who pled guilty to a quadruple homicide as a teenager. It is a first-person account by the lawyer who handled both cases, separated by nearly 40 years. In the first, Samuel Damren was the prosecutor. In the second, he was lead counsel for the defense. Considered together, these cases, at opposite ends of the spectrum, illustrate what may be criminal justice's greatest challenge: trusting the system to bring 'the worst of the worst' to justice while protecting the innocent when the system's safeguards fail." -- back cover.

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Fifth Avenue Press



PUBLISHED
Ann Arbor, MI : Fifth Avenue Press, c2019.
Year Published: 2019
Description: 234 p.
Language: English
Format: Book

ISBN/STANDARD NUMBER
9781947989399

SUBJECTS
Crime -- Michigan -- History.
Crime -- Michigan -- Case studies.
Michigan -- History.