Wrongful convictions and writing wrongs through storytelling: Robert Justice
Robert Justice is a Denver-based author whose debut fiction book THEY CAN’T TAKE YOUR NAME has the real and shocking issues of wrongful convictions and the death penalty at the core of the narrative.
Read a book, right a wrong is at the heart of Robert’s writing and much of the proceeds from They Can’t Take Your Name go The Korey Wise Innocence Project, which provides free investigative and legal services to people serving time in Colorado prisons for crimes they did not commit.
Robert is also the host of the Crime Writers of Color podcast - It’s a great listen and you’ll discover lots of new authors and books!
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Find out more about Robert: https://robertjusticebooks.com/
They Can’t Take Your Name is published by Crooked Lane Books
Listen to Crime Writers of Color Podcast: https://www.crimewritersofcolor.com/podcast
Korey Wise Innocence Project: https://www.colorado.edu/law/academics/public-service/korey-wise-innocence-project
Produced and hosted by Emily Webb author of:
- Suburban True Crime: Cases you’ll never forget and some you’ve never heard of
- Suburban True Crime (audiobook)
- Angels of Death: Doctors and Nurses Who Kill
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