The New Yorker profiles Bryan Stevenson, an African-American civil-rights lawyer who in 1989 at the age of 29 moved to Montgomery, Al., and founded an organization that became the Equal Justice Initiative. It provides legal representation to every inmate on the state’s death row. The agency has handled hundreds of capital cases, and has spared 125 offenders from execution . . .
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