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Justice Burning

Author : Scott Pratt
ISBN : 1542045606
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Former defense attorney Darren Street is desperately trying to put his life back together after spending two years in a maximum-security prison for a murder he didn’t commit. He’s rebuilding his law practice, reconnecting with his son, and falling more deeply in love with his girlfriend, fellow attorney Grace Alexander. But the past casts a long shadow, and for Street, there’s no outrunning it. Tormented by nightmares and violent mood swings, Street is seeking treatment for PTSD when a new trauma shakes his world: his mother is killed in an explosion, but the police believe Street was the intended target. Payback from an old enemy, or the calling card of a deadly new foe? Whoever’s behind it, Street begins to lose his grip on reality and decides to take matters in his own hands. And the law won’t stop him from revenge. Justice has a new name: Darren Street.

Justice Burning

Author : Elle James
ISBN : 9781626950535
Genre : Fiction
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Scapegoat Scales Of Justice Burning

Author : Chris Porter
ISBN : 9781490716657
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Scapegoat--The Scales of Justice Burning is a book about my life and how my name was used to assist a large corporation avoid corporate responsibility and the consequences of a bad decision. the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that their decision was in bad faith and upheld a lower court judgment of one million dollars against Pilot Insurance Company. to the surprise of the author, they also named him as a catalyst in creating a train of thought with the decision makers of Pilot Insurance Company and also aligned him as one of the decision makers. This book is the author's attempt to prove with evidence compiled from the very court where he was never called to testify, that he was not a decision maker who made the decision to deny their insured's claim, and did not evoke a train of thought as described in the Supreme Court of Canada ruling. Scapegoat--The Scales of Justice Burning is also about the implications of abusing a person's name as if it carries no meaning or purpose. As exemplified by the description of some of my own ancestors, there is clearly more meaning in a person's name than the disrespect shown by the Supreme Court of Canada. A court that truly believes that its status is greater than the citizens it serves and the government that appoints Supreme Court of Canada Justices. Scapegoat--The Scales of Justice Burning has been a crusade that restores democratic rights for individual citizens of Canada and to confront those who would burn down the very foundation of justice. Natural justice has not been served. It is uncanny that in a democratic society, there would be no mechanism in place for judicial review and correction to address an injustice whereby one's reputation is damaged by comments made by a high court.

Burning Down The House

Author : Nell Bernstein
ISBN : 9781595589569
Genre : Law
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When teenagers scuffle during a basketball game, they are typically benched. But when Will got into it on the court, he and his rival were sprayed in the face at close range by a chemical similar to Mace, denied a shower for twenty-four hours, and then locked in solitary confinement for a month. One in three American children will be arrested by the time they are twenty-three, and many will spend time locked inside horrific detention centers that defy everything we know about how to rehabilitate young offenders. In a clear-eyed indictment of the juvenile justice system run amok, award-winning journalist Nell Bernstein shows that there is no right way to lock up a child. The very act of isolation denies delinquent children the thing that is most essential to their growth and rehabilitation: positive relationships with caring adults. Bernstein introduces us to youth across the nation who have suffered violence and psychological torture at the hands of the state. She presents these youths all as fully realized people, not victims. As they describe in their own voices their fight to maintain their humanity and protect their individuality in environments that would deny both, these young people offer a hopeful alternative to the doomed effort to reform a system that should only be dismantled. Burning Down the House is a clarion call to shut down our nation’s brutal and counterproductive juvenile prisons and bring our children home.

Burning Proof

Author : Janice Cantore
ISBN : 9781414396699
Genre : Fiction
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After months of investigating the brutal homicide of a young girl, Detective Abby Hart finally has the evidence she needs. But when the arrest goes terribly wrong, Abby begins to doubt her future as a police officer. As she wrestles with conflicting emotions, old questions about the fire that took her parents’ lives come back to haunt her. “There is proof.” PI Luke Murphy can’t stop thinking about what Abby’s former partner, Asa Foster, mumbled just before he died. When he uncovers a clue to the murder of Abby’s parents and his uncle, he’s reluctant to tell Abby, despite his growing feelings for the beautiful detective. A decade-old abduction case brings Luke and Abby together, but will his secret tear them apart?

Burn S Justice Of The Peace And Parish Officer

Author : Richard Burn
ISBN : OXFORD:555004951
Genre : Justices of the peace
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Burning Justice

Author : Leighann Dobbs
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* New series from USA Today Bestselling Author Leighann Dobbs * "In the year 2075 one thing remains the same ... murder." Private Investigator Callie Justice wants nothing to do with a client who she suspects is lying right to her face, but when that lie turns deadly, Callie is compelled to do what she does best ... seek justice. It should be easy, since the victim practically predicted her own death and all the clues point to one person ... or do they? Aided by her hunky robotic housekeeper who spends most of his time avoiding his household duties and her elderly amateur sleuth neighbors, Callie soon finds herself navigating a sea of lies in a twisty plot where no one can be trusted.

People Wasn T Made To Burn

Author : Joe Allen
ISBN : 9781608461264
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 1947, James Hickman shot and killed the landlord he believed was responsible for a tragic fire which took the lives of four of his children on Chicago's west side. Prosecutors sought a death sentence for Hickman, but a vibrant defence campaign - which included the famous actress Tallulah Bankhead and acclaimed artist Ben Shahn - exposed how poverty and racism led to his crime and ultimately helped Hickman win his freedom. In the best tradition of true crime drama and narrative non-fiction, Joe Allen unearths the compelling story of that campaign.

Burning Down The House

Author : Nell
ISBN : 9781595589668
Genre : Law
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When teenagers scuffle during a basketball game, they are typically benched. But when Will got into it on the court, he and his rival were sprayed in the face at close range by a chemical similar to Mace, denied a shower for twenty-four hours, and then locked in solitary confinement for a month. One in three American children will be arrested by the time they are twenty-three, and many will spend time locked inside horrific detention centers that defy everything we know about how to rehabilitate young offenders. In a clear-eyed indictment of the juvenile justice system run amok, award-winning journalist Nell Bernstein shows that there is no right way to lock up a child. The very act of isolation denies delinquent children the thing that is most essential to their growth and rehabilitation: positive relationships with caring adults. Bernstein introduces us to youth across the nation who have suffered violence and psychological torture at the hands of the state. She presents these youths all as fully realized people, not victims. As they describe in their own voices their fight to maintain their humanity and protect their individuality in environments that would deny both, these young people offer a hopeful alternative to the doomed effort to reform a system that should only be dismantled. Burning Down the House is a clarion call to shut down our nation’s brutal and counterproductive juvenile prisons and bring our children home.

Beyond The Burning Cross

Author : Edward J. Cleary
ISBN : 9780307801265
Genre : Political Science
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Does our abhorrence of racism allow us to ban certain forms of speech? This is the simple yet subversive question that Edward J. Cleary posed to the U.S. Supreme Court when, in 1991, he defended a white student who had burned a cross on a black family's lawn in St. Paul, Minnesota, violating a local ordinance against hate crimes. As a progressive, Cleary detested everything his client stood for. But in this compelling argued book he describes how he overturned the St. Paul ordinance—and convinced the Court to rule that "burning a cross is reprehensible. But St. Paul has sufficient means...to prevent such behavior without adding the First Amendment to the fire." As Cleary retraces his path from St. Paul to the courtroom in Washington, he juxtaposes the stories of previous First Amendment cases with a personal account of the unlikely alliances (with both the A.C.L.U. and a group engaged in defending the Ku Klux Klan) and antagonisms that grew out of the case. ULtimately, he shows us why a law that bands expressions of racism is as dangerous as a law that bans protests against those expressions. In Beyond the Burning Cross, Leary has given us an unparalleled insider's report of a watershed event in constitutional history that is as absorbing as any thriller.

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