Thursday, January 25, 2007

Author Alan W. Bock Book Review of Journey Toward Justice By Dennis Fritz

Nobody wants to believe our courts are capable of serious and tragic mistakes, let alone systemic corruption. But the evidence suggests that while most people in law enforcement operate decently, others repeatedly place conviction rates above justice. Journey Toward Justice , one innocent man's story, reads like a detective story, with numerous twists and turns, racing toward a conclusion. Not only does it offer an authentic sense of life in prison, it should serve as an admonition to anyone who serves on a jury: Take the "beyond a reasonable doubt" with deadly seriousness, and don't allow yourself to be railroaded.
- Alan W. Bock Senior Editorial Writer Orange County RegisterAuthor, Waiting to Inhale

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