Stephen Rosati had it all. A former Mr. Rhode Island and owner of a posh health club, Stephen was the son of real estate mogul Carl Rosati. On an average September day, Stephen's world was shattered when a Rhode Island state trooper arrested him for the murder of a drug dealer named Joe Viscido, Jr., in Florida four years earlier. Though Stephen could prove he was 1,500 miles away at the time of the murder, Peter Dallas admitted to the crime and named Stephen as his accomplice. Like something out of Kafka, Rosati found himself imprisoned for a n-bailable offense and was whisked away to a Rhode Island jail to await transfer to Florida, where he would be facing a death sentence for a crime he knew thing about. He hired the most illustrious attorney in the state, Jack Cicilline, a lawyer who represents many torious mobsters and is kwn as one of the keenest legal minds in New England. Thus began the longest extradition hearing in U.S. history. To help prove his incence, Rosati brought on famed handwriting expert Dr. Marc Seifer. Although Dr. Seifer's testimony in court proved that Rosati was in Rhode Island at the time of the murder, it wasn't eugh to deter Florida police from trying to pin the murder on Rosati. With access to over 1,500 pages of police logs, 1,400 pages of court transcripts, and countless depositions and interviews, Seifer weaves a tale of police corruption and a thrilling story of one man's battle for justice.