Enduring Justice by Thomas Roma
Photographs by Thomas Roma

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Camping out in the Brooklyn Criminal Court building from December 1997 to early 1999, Roma, photographer and director of photography for Columbia University, talked to victims, defendants, trial witnesses and their families, and sometimes took their portraits then and there. The result is this collection of 83 duotones that give human faces to the application of the law.
 

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Published June 15, 2001 by Power House Books. 184 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Camping out in the Brooklyn Criminal Court building from December 1997 to early 1999, Roma (Come Sunday), photographer and director of photography for Columbia University, talked to victims, defendants, trial witnesses and their families, and sometimes took their portraits then and there.

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