By Justin Nobel,Dan Bright,Clive Stafford Smith
In 1995, Dan vivid used to be wrongfully convicted of the homicide of Murray Barnes after the prosecutors and the FBI withheld key facts at Bright's trial. vivid used to be twenty-six years previous on the time. He spent 9 years in criminal, together with 4 years on demise row, prior to the Louisiana excellent court docket reversed his conviction in 2004.
Justin Nobel is a contract journal journalist. His tales have seemed in Newsweek, Time, Oxford American, Tin condominium and Virginia Quarterly assessment. His articles were chosen for ebook in top American shuttle Writing 2011, top American technology and Nature Writing 2014 and most sensible American trip Writing 2016. Justin lives in New Orleans.
"Gritty and uncooked, Bright’s narrative is as interesting because it is worrying for what it finds in regards to the darkish, racist underside of the yankee justice procedure. Compelling reading." —Kirkus Reviews
"First and preferable, it is a cage-rattling exposé of the corrupt legal justice procedure of recent Orleans. it is also a decent account of felony existence inside an immense American city."—Scott Neuffer, Foreword Reviews