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Blind Justice

Author : Bruce Alexander
ISBN : 0425232743
Genre : Fiction
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This first work in a series set in 18th-century England introduces Sir John Fielding--blind, brilliant, compassionate magistrate of London's Bow Street Court--and Jeremy Proctor, a penniless, 13-year-old narrator whom Sir John has taken into his household.

Blind Justice

Author : Ethan Cross
ISBN : 9781936558919
Genre : Fiction
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Deacon Munroe is not your average investigator. He’s intelligent, cultured, well-connected.And totally blind.Washington DC is Munroe’s city. Now it’s a city shaken to the core by the death of a high-ranking general and his wife. All the evidence suggests that the general killed his wife before taking his own life. Deacon Munroe does not trust what other people see – only what he knows is true.What Munroe soon knows is that the general's death is part of a far greater plan, a sophisticated and brutal plot to kill thousands of innocent people, including those closest to Munroe himself.But with only a small team at his aid, and just hours to stop a devastating attack on the city, can Munroe unearth the truth in time to bring justice to the city?

Blind Justice

Author : William Bernhardt
ISBN : 9781453277133
Genre : Fiction
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When a friend is accused of murder, Ben Kincaid battles to clear her name Ben Kincaid is too honest for corporate law. When his refusal to compromise his ideals gets him tossed out of Tulsa’s largest, most corrupt firm, he hangs out his shingle on the rough side of town. He works for peanuts—and occasionally chickens—but is safe in the knowledge that he is helping people who have nowhere else to turn. His newest client is also one of his oldest friends: Christina McCall, a onetime colleague in the world of corporate law. Christina is beautiful, daringly dressed, and on trial for a murder she didn’t commit. The last thing Christina remembers is the smell of her mother’s perfume. When she comes out of her stupor, her client is dead, the gun is in her hand, and the police are cuffing her wrists. Proving her innocence may be an impossible, but the impossible is becoming Kincaid’s specialty.

Blind Justice

Author : Michael S. Hoey
ISBN : 9781593632380
Genre : Education
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'Advanced Placement Classroom: Macbeth' is a teacher-friendly resource for using one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies in the Advanced Placement classroom. Students will examine the play critically and analytically to understand aspects such as the nature of villainy and the history of the events that inspired the play. An extended section provides teachers with information on societal implications that impacted the play's creation, including witchcraft and The Gunpowder Plot. Teachers also will be able to implement exciting hands-on projects such as putting Macbeth on trial for the murder of Banquo and developing a soundtrack for the play.

Blind Justice

Author : Anne Perry
ISBN : 9780345536709
Genre : Fiction
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When his friend, judge Oliver Rathbone, rashly crosses a line and inadvertently causes the death of a charismatic minister, police superintendent William Monk and his wife, Hester, navigate the perilous case to expose the truth and clear Rathbone's name. By the best-selling author of The Sheen on the Silk.

Color Blind Justice

Author : Mark Elliott
ISBN : 9780199708345
Genre : Law
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Civil War officer, Reconstruction "carpetbagger," best-selling novelist, and relentless champion of equal rights--Albion Tourg?e battled his entire life for racial justice. Now, in this engaging biography, Mark Elliott offers an insightful portrait of a fearless lawyer, jurist, and writer, who fought for equality long after most Americans had abandoned the ideals of Reconstruction. Elliott provides a fascinating account of Tourg?e's life, from his childhood in the Western Reserve region of Ohio (then a hotbed of abolitionism), to his years as a North Carolina judge during Reconstruction, to his memorable role as lead plaintiff's counsel in the landmark Supreme Court case Plessy v. Ferguson. Tourg?e's brief coined the phrase that justice should be "color-blind," and his career was one long campaign to make good on that belief. A redoubtable lawyer and an accomplished jurist, Tourg?e's writings represent a mountain of dissent against the prevailing tide of racial oppression. A poignant and inspiring study in courage and conviction, Color-Blind Justice offers us an unforgettable portrayal of Albion Tourg?e and the principles to which he dedicated his life.

Blind Justice

Author : Ray Gibson
ISBN : 0312928661
Genre : Murder
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A true tale of murder, family style, recounts one man's efforts to keep open the case of the murder of his sister, who was shot, stuffed into the trunk of her car, and then dumped into a frozen canal. Reprint.

Blind Justice

Author : Craig B. Brown
ISBN : 9781934936344
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Judge Craig B. Brown (Ret.) has been a fixture in the North Carolina justice system since the 1970s. Soon after he passed the bar in 1976, he came down with the first symptoms of the chronic illness, Behet's Syndrome and by 1992, he was legally blind. He was appointed to the Bench in 1996 and served as a judge during a tumultuous period in the Durham, North Carolina area He was judicially involved in the infamous Duke Lacrosse case and the murders of Eve Carson and Abhijit Mahato. Judge Brown tells of his time on the Bench and gives us insight into the momentous times of this twenty-first century.

Blind Justice

Author : James Scott Bell
ISBN : 0805421610
Genre : Fiction
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When a childhood friend is accused of murder, disgraced criminal lawyer Jake Denney struggles to overcome his alcoholism and renew his career in order to defend his client against the evil forces that threaten to destroy them both. Original. 17,500 first printing.

Blind Injustice

Author : Mark Godsey
ISBN : 9780520287952
Genre : Criminal justice, Administration of
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In this unprecedented view from the trenches, prosecutor turned champion for the innocent Mark Godsey takes us inside the frailties of the human mind as they unfold in real-world wrongful convictions. Drawing upon shocking, yet true, stories from his own career, Godsey shares how innate psychological flaws and the "tough on crime" political environment experienced by judges, police, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and juries can cause investigations to go awry, leading to the convictions of innocent people. Each chapter explores a distinct psychological human weakness inherent in the criminal justice system--confirmation bias, memory malleability, credibility-determining errors, tunnel vision, cognitive dissonance, bureaucratic denial, "group think" mindsets, and dehumanization--and then illustrates each human weakness with true stories from Godsey's time as a prosecutor and innocence lawyer. Part confessional, Godsey takes us back to his days as a hard-nosed prosecutor and brings to life the law enforcement mindset that leads to wrongful convictions in a way unprecedented. This book also analyzes the criminal justice system's internal political pressures. How does the fact that judges, sheriffs, and prosecutors are elected officials impact how they view cases, especially since re-elections are based on showing tough stance on crime? How can defense attorneys provide appropriate support for their clients when many are overworked and underpaid? And how do juries overcome their own bias that those in power or with influence--police, prosecutors, and expert witnesses--know more about what the evidence means? Godsey sheds a harsh light on the unintentional yet routine injustices committed by those charged with upholding justice. Yet in the end, he recommends structural, procedural, and attitudinal changes that can hopefully restore justice to the criminal justice system.

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