Divine Collision: An African Boy, an American Lawyer, and Their Remarkable Battle for Freedom
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After a series of God-orchestrated events, Gash finds himself in Africa defending a courageous Ugandan boy wrongfully accused of murder. You'll cheer as their unlikely teamwork and unrelenting persistence reform the country's criminal justice system, leaving a lasting impact on hundreds of thousands of lives and extending the bonds of friendship beyond circumstance and culture! 300 pages, hardcover from Worthy.

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Worthy Publishing
Publication Date: 2016
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1617956716
ISBN-13: 9781617956713

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Los Angeles lawyer and law professor, Jim Gash, tells the amazing true story of how, after a series of God-orchestrated events, he finds himself in the heart of Africa defending a courageous Ugandan boy languishing in prison and wrongfully accused of two separate murders. Ultimately, their unlikely friendship and unrelenting persistence reforms Uganda’s criminal justice system, leaving a lasting impact on hundreds of thousands of lives and unearthing a friendship that supersedes circumstance, culture and the walls we often hide behind.

Author Bio

Jim Gash graduated first in his law school class at Pepperdine in 1993. Throughout his career he has clerked with a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, worked at one of the top law firms in the country, and served as Pepperdine Law’s Dean of Students. In early 2010, Jim traveled to Uganda for two weeks on a juvenile justice project where he met Henry. Since then, he has returned to Uganda sixteen times. In 2012, he became the Special Advisor to the High Court of Uganda and in 2013 became the first American ever to appear as an attorney in Ugandan Court. Jim is married with three children and lives in Malibu, California.

 

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Los Angeles lawyer Jim Gash tells his amazing story of how a fellow lawyer, Bob Goff, invited him to make a difference in Uganda by helping children who were imprisoned there. Gash didn't want to go to Africa, and yet something inside began to stir. He shares his experiences of being in danger while traveling in Uganda, meeting Henry-a 16-year-old boy wrongly accused of murder—and then the series of miraculous events that unfold over a period of five years. Gash unashamedly explains how his personal faith was tested time and again, and how Henry inspired him not to give up. Told chronologically, the story is as emotional as it is thrilling, and it reads like a major film. Gash and Henry are two unlikely friends, two eventual heroes, and two hearts that overcame the impossible to gain freedom and personal victory. Not only did Gash and his team secure freedom for Henry, Gash’s work in Uganda helped usher in change to their legal system to assure that all underage prisoners have a fair trial. - Publisher's Weekly

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