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Stolen Innocence

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The tragic story of Sally Clark, wrongly imprisoned for the deaths of two of her sons, and her eventual exoneration three years later. With the power of a thriller, the book lays bare the nightmare of being on the wrong side of the law.
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John Batt is a solicitor who worked, as part of Sally Clark's legal team, to find the truth about the death of her babies. His first book, Let's Make It Legal, formed the basis of the TV series The Main Chance.
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"This fascinating book burns with moral outrage" * The Observer * "Makes haunting reading" * The Sunday Times * "Moving and harrowing" * The Sun * "This book is a disturbing read. It is a terrible indictment of the criminal system, the legal profession, and our own experts" * British Medical Journal * "Well written and has the same unputdownable quality as a good novel. But a novel it is not. What happened to Sally makes you want to spit... This is a book that should be read by all solicitors" * Solicitors Journal *

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