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Lawyer and novelist Scott Turow talks about the fictional death-row case at the center of his new novel, and about his real-life role on a commission reviewing the use of the death penalty in the state of Illinois.
- Scott Turow author of numerous best-sellers including: "One L," "Presumed Innocent," and "Reversible Errors"
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