About the Book

Good Cops, Bad Verdict is Detroit police officer Larry Neversís own account of how a good arrest turned into a nightmare that left a stubbornly resisting cocaine user dead and two respected veteran policeman on trial for murder. Nevers, at the time only a few months from retirement as one of the cityís most decorated cops, was convicted in a racially charged trial broadcast on national television. Nevers explains in compelling detail the reasons he believes it was the criminal justice system, not he and his partner, that ran amok in the matter of Malice Greenís death.

Good Cops, Bad Verdict is just short of 500 pages and costs $19.95 (excluding shipping and handling). It is available only in paperback with a thick glossy laminate cover.

Excerpts from the book are available on the excerpts page.

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