A former district attorney’s new memoir focuses on his experience navigating his belief system and the legal system.
Former Oklahoma County District Attorney Wes Lane said he set out wanting to write a biography, rather than an autobiography.
The subject: God. “This is not meant to be a book about the fascinating subject of me,” Lane writes in the preface of his new book “Amazingly Graced.”
Lane was a prosecutor in the Oklahoma County district attorney’s office before being appointed by Gov. Frank Keating as district attorney in 2001. He was elected to the post in 2002, but lost his re-election bid in 2006.