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Proximity to Death

Proximity to Death On a misty September morning in rural Georgia a Pulitzer Prize winning historian found himself cast in a role that he had never imagined for himself an expert witness in the sentencing trial of a con

  • Title: Proximity to Death
  • Author: William S. McFeely
  • ISBN: 9780393321043
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Paperback
  • On a misty September morning in rural Georgia, a Pulitzer Prize winning historian found himself cast in a role that he had never imagined for himself an expert witness in the sentencing trial of a convicted kidnapper, rapist, and murderer His brief testimony that day would ultimately lead him on a personal journey into the criminal justice system, to confront the actionsOn a misty September morning in rural Georgia, a Pulitzer Prize winning historian found himself cast in a role that he had never imagined for himself an expert witness in the sentencing trial of a convicted kidnapper, rapist, and murderer His brief testimony that day would ultimately lead him on a personal journey into the criminal justice system, to confront the actions and decisions of lawyers battling for and against the death penalty, convicts whose lives are at stake, and jurors forced to decide who shall live and who shall die.

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    1. Makes you take a different look at Capital Punishment which most Americans favor even though all other so called civilized countries have abolished it. Great story.



    2. I'm not sure what to say about this one - it felt a little disorganized, a little rushed for such a heavy topic, but overall it was insightful. It is also the only book I am aware of that glimpses into the workings of Stephen Bright - a prominent anti-death penalty lawyer. Fans of his will find additional value in this book.


    3. This is one of two books written about my organization, the Southern Center for Human Rights. I'm rereading it in honor of Steve Bright's 30th anniversary this month.


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