Through the Eyes of a Killer by D. L. Wilson
Approx. 8,980 words.
Published on November 8, 2009 by
Technological advancement has revolutionized the judicial system, another step that is propelling mankind further into a new age—revealing the secrets of the mind and memory. Tavory Lyons is reluctant and is distraught by what he experiences as a juror before the trial begins. Self-humiliated, he aspires to fit in with his fellow jurors as the trial proceeds.