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Resource ID: #13187
Subject: Law
Source: Vanity Fair Magazine


Since 1991, lawyer-novelist Scott Turow, whose runaway best-sellers such as Presumed Innocent and The Burden of Proof, along with his new courtroom thriller, The Laws of Our Fathers, have made him millions, has been involved in a real-life murder case that rivals the drama of his fiction. Vanity Fair examines the case and Turow's role as a lawyer for Rolando Cruz and Alex Hernandez, convicted and later acquitted of the rape and murder of 10 - year - old Jeanine Nicarico.(October 1996)

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