Grisham says he supports changes to help innocent
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - September 30, 2009 The Herald-Sun of Durham reported that Grisham spoke Tuesday at an event to support the North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence. The former lawyer said he thinks police should be required to videotape interrogations for serious crimes; that police procedures in witness identifications should be tighter; and that forensic experts should be nationally certified. Grisham said his next book will be his first collection of short stories, half of which will deal with lawyers. After that book, titled "Ford Country," is published, Grisham plans another legal thriller scheduled for November 2010.