In the past several years the American justice system has fallen
under heavy scrutiny, more often than not, in an unfavorable light.
Detractors point to tainted investigations, overburdened courts,
and the vagaries of the jury system. Supporters reiterate the
sentiment that, with its constitutional guarantees, it's still the
best possible form of justice relative to the rest of the world.
The fulcrum for both arguments should be obvious --- human beings
--- and human beings are, of course, fallible. In REVERSIBLE ERRORS
Scott Turow has applied his considerable talents to writing a
compelling story spun from an astute refl