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In this stunningly provocative work, Alan M. Dershowitz, America's premier appellate attorney and renowned Harvard Law School professor, offers a penetrating discussion of this country's complex criminal justice system. A member of O.J. Simpson's "dream team" legal counsel, Dershowitz uses the Simpson case to examine such key legal issues as states' rights vs. the rights of an individual, circumstantial evidence, and the vital question of what constitutes "reasonable doubt." Dershowitz is bold, lucid, and compelling as he argues that, regardless of Simpson's factual guilt or innocence, the jury's verdict of not guilty was the right one within the framework of our existing - perhaps flawed - criminal justice system.