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February 22, 2011
Time:11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Book discusses lives of wrongfully imprisoned men
Dorothy Budd, co-author of "Tested: How Twelve Wrongly Imprisoned Men Held Onto Hope," is joined by former prisoner Christopher Scott, profiled in her book, to discuss Scott's story and the larger implications of wrongful convictions.

Co-authors Dorothy Budd and Peyton Budd explore the lives and stories of twelve men who were wrongly convicted in Dallas County. All of the men spent time in prison before new evidence helped win their release. "Tested" is based on the exonerated men's personal journeys of hope, forgiveness and redemption as told to the authors in one-on-one interviews.

Book Talk is co-presented by the University of Texas School of Law's Actual Innocence Clinic and the William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law, and co-sponsored by the UT School of Journalism.
Location:UT Law School Eidman Courtroom
Contact:Mary R Crouter | 512-232-7855
Sponsor:William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law
Admission:Free and open to the public
Categories:Arts & Humanities, Everyone, Lecture/talk, Politics & International
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