Full episode 318: With Great Power Act One Objects In Side View Mirror Are Truer Than They Appear Share a clip Transcript ByAlex Kotlowitz Alex Kotlowitz reports on a woman with the power to change two people's lives...and at the height of her power, she doesn't even know she has it. Alex is the author of Never a City So Real and other books. (25 minutes) More in Criminal JusticeView all 658: The Unhappy Deciders Oct. 5, 2018 Act Two: Jury Jonathan Goldstein talks to Sven Berger, a juror still hung up over an assignment he served ten years ago. 648: Unteachable Moment June 8, 2018 Act Two: Throw the Book at Them A group of kids is told that “education is the door to their futures.” But these kids are in jail, facing adult sentences. 604: 20 Years Later Dec. 9, 2016 Act Two Samantha continues toward McFadden, and talks to an inmate who knows something about the case that she never knew before. More by Alex KotlowitzView all 488: Harper High School - Part Two Feb. 22, 2013 Act One: The Eyewitness Most murders in Chicago happen in public places — parks, alleyways, cars. 488: Harper High School - Part Two Feb. 22, 2013 Act Four: Devonte, Part Two In the first hour of our Harper High School shows, Alex Kotlowitz talked to a junior named Devonte who a year earlier had accidentally shot and killed his 14-year-old brother. 487: Harper High School - Part One Feb. 15, 2013 Act Two: A Tiny Office on the Second Floor Reporter Alex Kotlowitz spends time in the social work office, where the effects of gun violence are most often apparent.