American writer (born 1955)
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- Very few laws remain the same. Once enacted, they are likely to be studied, modified, amended, then often repealed altogether. This constant tinkering by judges and lawmakers is usually a good thing. Bad laws are weeded out. Weak laws are improved. Good laws are fine tuned.
- John Grisham, The Last Juror: A Novel, p. 357 (Author's Note) (2004)
- He's a two-faced, cutthroat, dirt-dumb, chickenshit, slimy little bastard... with a bright future in politics.
- Attorney Robbie Flak speaking of the (fictional) Governor of Texas, The Confession, Ch. 12 (2010)
- My name became a brand, and I'd love to say that was the plan from the start. But the only plan was to keep writing books.
- Interview, Guardian, Friday 25 November 2011 
- Grisham, John (2004). The Last Juror. BCA. p. 357 (Author's Note). ISBN 0-385-51043-8.