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Rough Justice

Author: Kelley Armstrong
Publisher: Subterranean Press
ISBN: 9781596068568
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A novella featuring Olivia Taylor-Jones, from the Cainsville series. An heiress who works as an investigator for her boyfriend, and defense lawyer Gabriel Walsh, is the newly minted Mallt-Y-Nos, or Matilda of the Hunt. She must lead the Welsh Wild Hunt, bringing accused killers to their final justice with her pack of giant black dogs. During Olivia's first hunt, outside Chicago, she begins to suspect that the target, Keith Johnson, is innocent, and asks to do a little research before bringing him down. She puts her investigative skills to good use digging into Johnson's past. When Gabriel takes on a client accused of shooting her husband, Olivia's research leads her to believe that Johnson's case and Gabriel's new client may be connected.

Rough Justice

Author: Lisa Scottoline
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061761001
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Criminal lawyer Marta Richter is hours away from winning an acquittal for her client, millionaire businessman Elliot Steere, on trial for the murder of a homeless man who had tried to carjack him. But as the jury begins deliberations, Marta discovers the chilling truth about her client's innocence. Taking justice into her own hands, she furiously sets out to prove the truth, with the help of two young associates. In an excruciating game of beat-the-clock with both the jury and the worst blizzard to hit Philadelphia in decades, Marta will learn that the search for justice isn't only rough—it can also be deadly.

Rough Justice

Author: Michael James Pfeifer
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252029172
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Investigates the pervasive and persistent commitment to "rough justice" that characterized rural and working class areas of most of the United States in the late nineteenth century. This work examines the influence of race, gender, and class on understandings of criminal justice and shows how they varied across regions.

Rough Justice

Author: Sarah Castille
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1250056608
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Raised for her father in a motorcycle gang, Arianne always was dreaming with a normal life but when she escapes her father's domineering grasp, she finds herself at the mercy of the alpha leader of the notorious Sinner's Tribe. Jagger Knight is a really strong man, but Arianne can't ignore their tempestuous attraction.

Rough Justice

Author: Alex Ross
Publisher: Pantheon
ISBN: 0375714901
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A treasury of the Eisner Award-winning artist's black-and-white drawings of favorite DC characters includes hundreds of previously unpublished graphite sketches and is complemented by an interview outlining his artistic process.

Rough Justice

Author: David Bosco
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199844135
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The story of the movement to establish the International Criminal Court, its tumultuous first decade, and the challenges it will continue to face in the future.

Rough Justice

Author: Jack Higgins
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1440634750
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In Kosovo, American Blake Johnson and Major Harry Miller of Britain band together just in time to stop a rogue Russian captain from desecrating a helpless village. Actually, Miller stops him...with a couple of bullets to the head. In the world of covert operations, death begets death-revenge leads only to revenge. And before the explosive situation is put to rest, there will be plenty of both.

The Terror Courts

Author: Jess Bravin
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300189206
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Soon after the September 11 attacks in 2001, the United States captured hundreds of suspected al-Qaeda terrorists in Afghanistan and around the world. By the following January the first of these prisoners arrived at the U.S. military's prison camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where they were subject to President George W. Bush's executive order authorizing their trial by military commissions. Jess Bravin, the Wall Street Journal's Supreme Court correspondent, was there within days of the prison's opening, and has continued ever since to cover the U.S. effort to create a parallel justice system for enemy aliens. A maze of legal, political, and moral issues has stood in the way of justice—issues often raised by military prosecutors who found themselves torn between duty to the chain of command and their commitment to fundamental American values. While much has been written about Guantanamo and brutal detention practices following 9/11, Bravin is the first to go inside the Pentagon's prosecution team to expose the real-world legal consequences of those policies. Bravin describes cases undermined by inadmissible evidence obtained through torture, clashes between military lawyers and administration appointees, and political interference in criminal prosecutions that would be shocking within the traditional civilian and military justice systems. With the Obama administration planning to try the alleged 9/11 conspirators at Guantanamo—and vindicate the legal experiment the Bush administration could barely get off the ground—The Terror Courts could not be more timely.