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Jim And Nancy Petro Speak At GOP Luncheon

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 5/7/2013The Richland County Republican Party had a pair of guest speakers are their luncheon Monday, in former Ohio Attorney General Jim Petro and wife Nancy. The pair published a book back in January 2011, titled False Justice: Eight Myths That Convict the Innocent. The book is a memoir of Jim's experiences as Ohio A.G. and answers the questions that arose throughout this time from legal cases Jim was involved with.   Jim says the "book was divinely inspired", because the idea to write it came to Nancy one night in her sleep. It then took the couple two and a half years to write and research the book, which has now become a huge success. The book is now in it's fifth printing and is being used in course work throughout the U.S. at high school's, colleges and universities. It has even been translated into Chinese and will be used at Peking University, a major research institute in Bejing.  
   
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