by John Grisham
While Theodore might not be old enough to take the bar exam or even drive a car, his legal knowledge earns him the respect of his classmates as well as many adults in the legal system. Both of Theodore's parents are lawyers, allowing Theodore access to the courtroom where he develops his dream of being a great trial lawyer. During a certain murder trial Theodore finds himself caught in the middle. The killer is about to go free but Theodore knows the truth, which if revealed may cause serious troubles for someone else. Young Theodore must decide what to do.