Just Mercy: A story of Justice and Redemption PDF is written by Bryan Stevenson. When I first began reading this novel I actually didn’t have a clue what to expect or why I must spend some opportunity to read it. My tendency is to place matters into”liberal” and”conservative” buckets and also this one apparently fit into the liberal skillet and I am a professed conservative. I’m but I must say I was moved by this story past my own expectations. There’s so much havoc in this world and there’s lots of chance for winner; even mercy extended in sudden places. The plight of the poor and downtrodden is overwhelming to think about and this book provided a reason to see people’s plight before supplying condemnation. I’d wholeheartedly suggest reading it.At its heart, Bryan Stevenson’s JUST MERCY is all about the inherent inhumanity of the American justice system. Since Stevenson puts it,”Presumptions of poverty, guilt, racial prejudice, and a multitude of other societal, structural, and political dynamics have produced a system that’s characterized by mistake, a method where thousands of innocent individuals currently suffer in prison” This is really a system which condemns kids to life imprisonment with no parole, which makes petty theft a crime as serious as murder, which has declared war on thousands and thousands of individuals with substance abuse issues by imprisoning them and denying them aid. Stevenson is a lawyer with the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama, a company that provides free legal services to the poor and disenfranchised. His book is a sobering look in criminal justice from the view of the least inclined to be treated fairly.
JUST MERCY investigates lots of catastrophic instances, including kids as young as two confronting life imprisonment, and dozens of individuals on death row – largely poor, and mainly black – that were unfairly convicted. McMillan claimed he didn’t commit this offense, and he had a score of alibi witnesses, but he was immediately railroaded to either a conviction and a death sentence.