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Bryan Stevenson
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The author’s three principles, as quoted at the end of the chapter.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with each of these principles? 

The author’s experience with the police.

In the last several years, there have been a number of highly publicized encounters between young black men and authority figures that have similar origins to the one described here (i.e. a grounding in racial tension), but with very different results. What are some of those encounters? What has been the outcome of those encounters? How do those outcomes relate to the issues and situations explored in the book?

The treatment of veterans convicted of crime.

The narrative never questions whether Herbert should in fact have the right to be married. Do you believe prisoners should still have that right? And, taking that idea further, do you believe that prisoners like Herbert, who...

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