Counterpoint Press

Justice Failed

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Alton Logan went to prison for 26 years for a crime he did not commit. Fans of true crime (“Making a Murderer”, “Serial,” “The People vs. OJ Simpson”, “The Jinx”) will be interested in this tale of how the justice system failed this man  In the vein of the award-winning and New York Times bestselling PICKING COTTON by Jennifer Thompson-Cannino or JUST MERCY by Bryan Stevenson
When Logan was freed in 2008, his case made national news (CBS, NBC, ABC), and his case is one of those celebrated by The Innocence Project and taught in law schools across the country
A timely first-person account as the nation's attention remains firmly fixed on Chicago and the Midwest's complicated and racially charged interactions between the African-American community and both law enforcement and the criminal justice system
Early endorsements sought from Barry Scheck (who was on the O.J. Simpson defense team and founded the Innocence Project in New York); Maurice Possley (a former Pulitzer Prize winning reporter for The Chicago Tribune and now with The National Registry of Exonerations), Karen Daniel (of the Center for Wrongful Convictions), and G. Flint Taylor (of the People’s Law Office)
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