“Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption” by Bryan Stevenson, one of the most influential and brilliant lawyers, is one of the best-sellers in the U.S. and is also considered as one of the best books of the year. The book won the Carnegie Medal for Nonfiction. This book is about the justice system, and fixing the broken system of justice.
Bryan Stevenson grew up in Delaware. He studied at Harvard Law School. After that he started representing poor clients. In the young age, Bryan Stevenson founded the Equal Justice Initiative to help most desperate, needy, and poor people, and those people, who have wrongly been condemned. The initiative also tried to help women and children facing problems in the present justice system. One of those cases was that of Walter McMillian, who was sentenced to die for a murder, he said he didn’t commit. That case helped Bryan to explore more conspiracies, legal brinksmanship, and political machination, and changed his view about justice and mercy forever. Continue reading “Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption” by Bryan Stevenson – A review