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Prisoner Play about Legal Misconduct Performed at Kennedy Centre

A wacky judge... a clueless defense attorney...
and a bloodthirsty prosecutor...
These are the characters we meet in the play One Fine Day in Inferior Court. The play was performed before a packed house on September 5, 2009 at the Kennedy Centre in Washington, DC. It was part of a program of plays written by prisoners.
Tiffany Chong of Stark Raven Radio talks to Alex Friedmann, author of One Fine Day in Inferior Court. He is also the Associate Editor of Prison Legal News and is based in Nashville, Tennessee.


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