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Publishers Note :In Herrera v Collins the United States SupremeCourt held that it is constitutional to execute aprisoner even though the prisoner may be innocent of the crime! In reality, actual guilt or innocence matters less nowadays than whetheror not the prisoner?s trial was ?procedurally fair.?Sadly, it is a sick game that is played to assuagethe public?s conscience when the last breath is taken from the condemned.Systemics explores this reality that plays out all too often in Florida?s court system. Set in a small town, it centers around Mark Abramson,a once convicted high school dropout, who unwittingly finds himself charged with the murder of his former boss. The charge brings him face to face with what passes for justice in today?s criminal justice system. On display is today?s justice system, as well as both the good and bad facets of small southern towns and the attorneys who practice in them.

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Author Name: Jerrel E. Phillips

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

Language: English

ISBN: 9781466392298

Format: Paperback

Pages: 326

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Product Dimensions: 8.00 * 0.74 * 5.25 cm

Boxed-Product Weight: 0.00g

Quick Code: QCBO6429217

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