Witness to a Trial OverviewIn the short story “Witness to a Trial” by John Grisham, what looked like an open and shut case of cold-blooded murder turned out to be a cover-up to build a casino on an Indian reservation. Junior Mace, the alleged killer, as well as Son Razko, one of the murder victims, had campaigned against the casino a campaign that angered the career criminals hoping to make money off the casino. Themes in the novel include the Tappocola code of life, the dangers of assumptions, and Junior’s trial as an aberration of justice.
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John Grisham Biographies (2)
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