August 22, 2012

Presumed Innocent, A Reader Favorite

The August 22nd Diane Rehm show features a segment about Scott Turow's novel Presumed Innocent. Panelists Leslie Maitland, Barry Coburn, and Alafair Burke discuss the book and the film based on it.

A short bibliography about Presumed Innocent and its themes below.

Christine A. Corcos, Presuming Innocence: Alan J. Pakula and Scott Turow Take On the Great American Legal Fiction, 22 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 129 (1997).

Christine A. Corcos, Prosecutors, Prejudices, and Justice: Observations on Presuming Innocence in Popular Culture, 34 U. Toledo L. Rev. 793 (2002/2003).

David R. Papke, The American Courtroom Trial: Pop Culture, Courthouse Realities, and the Dream World of Justice, 40 S. Tex. L. Rev. 919 (1999).

Scott Turow &  Kay Bonetti, An Interview with Scott Turow, 13 The Missouri Rev. 101 (1990).

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