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100 1  McCloskey, Jim|c(Minister),|eauthor. 
245 10 When truth is all you have :|ba memoir of faith, justice, 
       and freedom for the wrongly convicted /|cJim McCloskey 
       with Philip Lerman ; foreword by John Grisham. 
250    First edition 
264  1 New York :|bDoubleday,|c[2020] 
300    xi, 299 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
520    "By the founder of the first organization in the US 
       committed to freeing the wrongly imprisoned, a riveting 
       story of devotion, sacrifice, and vindication Jim 
       McCloskey was at a midlife crossroads when he met the man 
       who would transform his life. A former management 
       consultant, McCloskey had grown disenchanted with the 
       business world; he enrolled at Princeton Theological 
       Seminary at the age of 37. His first assignment found him 
       a chaplain at Trenton State Prison in 1980, where he 
       ministered to some of the most violent offenders in the 
       state. Among them was Jorge de los Santos, a heroin addict
       who'd been convicted of murder years earlier. De los 
       Santos swore to McCloskey that he was innocent--and over 
       time, McCloskey came to believe him. With no legal or 
       investigative training to speak of, McCloskey threw 
       himself into the man's case. Two years later, he 
       successfully effected his exoneration. McCloskey found his
       calling. He would go on to establish Centurion Ministries,
       the first group in America devoted to overturning wrongful
       convictions. Together with a team of forensic experts, 
       lawyers, and volunteers--through tireless investigation 
       and an unflagging dedication to justice--Centurion has 
       freed 63 prisoners and counting, When Truth Is All You 
       Have is McCloskey's inspirational story as well as those 
       of the unjustly imprisoned for whom he has advocated. 
       Spanning the nation, it is a chronicle of faith and doubt;
       of triumphant success and shattering failure. It candidly 
       exposes a life of searching and struggle, uplifted by 
       McCloskey's certainty that he had found what he was put on
       earth to do. Filled with generosity, humor, and compassion,
       it is the account of a man who has redeemed innumerable 
       lives--and incited a movement--with nothing more than his 
       unshakeable belief in the truth."--|cProvided by 
600 10 McCloskey, Jim|c(Minister) 
610 20 Centurion Ministries. 
650  0 Judicial error|zUnited States. 
650  0 Church work with prisoners|zUnited States. 
655  7 Autobiographies.|2lcgft 
655  7 Biographies.|2lcgft 
700 1  Lerman, Philip,|eauthor. 
700 1  Grisham, John,|ewriter of introduction. 
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