Turow, Courthouse, Exonerated
Saturday, June 07, 2003
Kurt Andersen and the bestselling author Scott Turow talk about how law and the justice system tangle up with art. They watch TV lawyers evolve from Perry Mason into Ally McBeal, and they discover how courthouse architecture affects people's lives. Also, a man who was wrongly imprisoned on death row, now watches his story unfold on stage, in the play The Exonerated.