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1967: Mississippi Klan member Sam Cayhall's trial for bombing the law offices of Jewish civil rights activist Marvin Kramer and killing Kramer's two sons ends in a hung all-white jury. 1979: An ambitious DA reopens the case; Cayhall is convicted by a jury of eight whites and four blacks, and sent to the state penitentiary to await execution. 1990: Adam Hall, a young Chicago lawyer, asks to work on the case, which his law firm has been handling on a pro bono basis for years. With time running out and Cayhall facing death in the gas chamber, why in the world would Hall want to get involved?