Scott Turow is a novelist, legal professional, and humanist who has fused his passions, writing and the legislation, to create difficult novels that increase major felony concerns and try the justice of current legislation. In all of his books, Turow unearths the ethical ambiguities that afflict either accuser and accused, and demanding situations his readers to re-evaluate their preconceived notions of justice. starting with One-L, his first released paintings concerning the first-year legislation institution adventure, Turow maintains to trap his readers' imaginations with books reminiscent of Presumed Innocent and Burden of Proof.
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