The Presumption of Guilt, by Charles Ogletree

Dear Books of Soul Readers,

I was honored to be selected as one of the “100 black men” who provided a life vignette for Harvard Professor Charles Ogletree’s new book on race relations in America titled, “The Presumption of Guilt.” The book provides a balanced and studied perspective on how far we have come, and how far we have to go.

The Presumption of Guilt

About Antoine Maurice Devine:

Antoine Maurice Devine was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, grew up in Arizona and was educated at Jackson State University. He ran track, competing in the 110 meter and 400 meter hurdles, 200 meter sprint and long jump. Following a career in banking and finance, he entered the The University of Texas at Austin School of Law. After an internship with the Securities & Exchange Commission, he practiced securities and financial regulatory law in Texas and California. He resided in San Francisco for fifteen years, and after the era ended, he moved back to Arizona to begin writing. He now resides in Phoenix near the Ahwatukee Foothills, where he continues to consult on securities law matters. He is the author of The Cure.

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