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A Broken Badge Healed?

by John Senger

Ex-agent says the FBI went astray when it began chasing terrorists rather than criminals. Author Frederic Donner, an FBI veteran who was forced to accept a medical disability leave when he was diagnosed with brain cancer, is a remarkable... Read More

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The Federalist Society

by Jeff Fleischer

The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies was founded in the early 1980s by politically conservative law students who considered mainstream legal thought in America too liberal. Though it started as a student organization... Read More

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Fighting for Their Lives

by Maria Siano

In this revealing analysis of the legal profession, researcher Susannah Sheffer interviews long-time capital defense attorneys with the goal of answering this question: How does it feel to know that your job is to save a person’s life?... Read More

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Kids for Cash

by Karl Helicher

In the best of circumstances, juvenile justice treads a tenuous path between punishment and rehabilitation. In 2009, a scandal broke in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, that showed how precarious this route could be when Judge Mark A.... Read More

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The Legal Lampoon

by John Senger

Richard T. Icci, author of The Legal Lampoon: A Practical, No-Nonsense Guide for Anyone Interested in Becoming or Hiring a Lawyer, is a cynic about the legal profession. Icci is also an experienced lawyer practicing in New York and... Read More

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Time for Justice

by John Senger

It is popular these days to write a book claiming that this system or that institution is broken. Often times these revelatory books are delivered in shrill and accusatory language. The writer identifies the bad guys and offers draconian... Read More

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