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Justice in Plain Sight

by Jeff Fleischer

With the importance of a free press and the rule of law rightly in the national conversation, Dan Bernstein’s "Justice in Plain Sight" is a timely release, detailing a California paper’s Supreme Court battles over the press and... Read More

Book Review

The Third Degree

by Meredith Grahl Counts

In "The Third Degree", Scott D. Seligman examines a 100-year-old murder case that went all the way to the Supreme Court. The book is especially timely in its examinations of American police practices and attitudes about immigration.... Read More

Book Review

Gaslight Lawyers

by Lillian Brown

The true allure of the book is in its artfully chosen details, taken from sources ranging from court transcripts to personal memoirs. Richard H. Underwood’s "Gaslight Lawyers" is an intriguing collection of stories profiling some of... Read More

Book Review

Federal Prison Handbook

by Rachel Jagareski

The author doles out plenty of factual data, but injects his own hard-won advice about prison culture. Longtime federal prisoner Christopher Zoukis has written an authoritative and highly detailed compendium of necessary information for... Read More

Book Review

An UnFair Advantage

by Kristine Morris

Tischendorf’s meticulously detailed account reveals the criminal justice system at its best during a time when much is being made of its failings. “There is no word in the English language to describe a mother who has lost her... Read More

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