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Da’Kennya Goines 01/31/17 Tuesday 2:00pm (100-14) Just mercy chapter 1 summary “Just Mercy” created by author bryan stevesons. The beginning of chapter 1. Introduces Bryan stevenson and his occupation as a lawyer. With the title of the chapter being “MockingBird PLayers” stevenson's set lose his insight about his first big case. Opening up with the call from the unsuspected judge Robert E Lee. Key, stevenson is told to drop his death row case. Just two weeks before this call stevenson took a trip to the alabama death-row facilities. Where he heard the cries and pleading of “innocent men”. After hearing each case stevenson left the room with the lingering thought of one man's harkened emotion; Walter Mcmillian, a criminal or a innocent man? The chapter depicts the life of walter mcmillian. So exactly Who, how, or what led walter into this nail biting situation? Growing up walter didn't attend much school, starting work early and not liking to work for others. Walter
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