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“In this important and illuminating work, Steve Bogira shines a blazing new light on

Americaâ€s criminal justice system. This book is filled with one revelatory insight after another

about how that system really works. And in his stories about the people–from the judge and the

lawyers to the defendants–whose lives come together in a single American courtroom, in a

single year, Mr. Bogira shows that he is a masterful reporter not only of our countryâ€s criminal

justice system but also of human beings caught up in its gears.― —Robert A.

Caro“Courtroom 302 is a wonderfully vivid portrait of a criminal courtroom in the nationâ€s

busiest courthouse, and of the cops and robbers, lawyers, judges, and assorted creatures of the

law who arrive there. It makes informative and often moving reading.― —Scott

Turow“Excellent . . . By focusing on something small—the cases coming before one judge, in

a single courtroom—Bogira gets a handle on something large and hard to make sense of: the

American way of criminal justice.― —Ted Conover, The New York Times Book

Review“Brilliant . . . A genuine eye-opener. Bogira supplements his acute observations with

meticulous research . . . He has produced a compelling narrative that is often more entertaining

than most of the cop shows which are so popular on American television.― —The

Economist“Gripping . . . Bogira captures the unspoken realities of the criminal justice system . .

. Triumphant in its detail.― —David Feige, The Washington Post'Stunning . . . What ails our

system of criminal justice isn't news . . . What is news is the why of it all. And that's the book's

central revelation, which Bogira articulates in prose that's first rate . . . The heart of the book is

observation and world-class reportage . . .Statistics are deconstructed back into human beings.

We get the smells, sights, and sounds of the big city criminal courts in precise, unforgettable detail

. . . Anyone considering working as a prosecutor or a defense attorney must read this book. It's the

equivalent of a year in Criminal Court. Those working in the system will find that the book confirms

much that they know and offers a lot they probably don't. For the general reader, Bogira shows

how the criminal justice system has been smoothly incorporated into the military-industrial complex

of a free market on tilt. Regardless of the reason for reading Courtroom 302, one's perceptions of

our criminal justice system, and the larger system that created and continues to shape it, will be

permanently altered.' ---Theodore L. Blumberg, New York Law Journal'A book you must read . . . It

captures the reality of criminal justice better than anything I've read.' --Charles Peters, Washington

Monthly“Powerful and moving . . . Bogira is more than a gifted writer: Heâ€s also a

disciplined and committed one . . . Bogira is an inspiring reminder of what investigative reporting


can and should do to keep our national institutions cleaner and better than they are.―

—Jonathan Shapir

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