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The Prosecutors

Author: Gary Delsohn
Publisher: Plume Books
ISBN: 9780452285545
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A behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of America's overburdened criminal justice system is revealed through the eyes of John O'Mara, a tough, streetwise homicide investigator, and Jan Scully, a former sex-crimes prosecutor turned D.A., as they deal with a series of shocking crimes, real-life legal dramas, and controversies over the course of a year. Reprint.


Author: John Kroger
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780374100155
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A former federal prosecutor who served on the justice department's Enron task force traces his contributions to high-profile cases involving organized crime leaders, drug kingpins, and other dangerous criminals, in a career marked by ethical conflicts and his witness to flaws in the nation's legal system.

The Best Story Wins

Author: John Bobo
Publisher: Tower Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781932056952
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Real advice for new & experienced prosecutors from an author that has lived the District Attorney's life.


Author: Mark Baker
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From the bestselling author of "Cops" comes a riveting and often shocking inside look at the criminal justice system, as told by those who know it best--the district attorneys who prosecute crime in America.

Diary Of A Da

Author: Herbert J. Stern
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1620876744
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In 1961, twenty-five-year-old Herbert Jay Stern, fresh from reserve duty, stood in his green army uniform in a New York County courtroom to be sworn in as an attorney. He could only guess what his life as a prosecuting lawyer would be. A dozen years later, in the wake of the national scandal of Watergate, Stern, draped in black robes now, would take the oath of office as a federal judge. In the years between, the idealistic young Stern would sharpen his skills in the realities of the criminal courts of New York City, to emerge as the lead trial attorney for the Justice Department, charged with breaking the back of organized crime in New Jersey. Stern’s highly charged account of his outright war against powerful state government officials and the mafia takes us deep inside the mechanisms of law and order during a time when assassinations came fast and loose, cities were burning in race riots, and racketeering and graft were so prevalent in the Garden State that its own senator called it a “stench in the nostrils and an offense to the vision of the world.” Before Stern and his equally dedicated colleagues on the “strike force” out of Washington, D.C., are finished, they will have successfully prosecuted the mayors of Jersey City, Newark, and Atlantic City for being on the take; a congressman for conspiracy, tax violations, and perjury; and blackened the eye of organized crime.

Prosecution Principles

Author: George R. Dekle
Publisher: Thomson West
ISBN: 9780314184443
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This handbook explores every aspect of the prosecutor's multiple roles, relating them to commonly encountered real-world situations, and giving pragmatic guidance for dealing with those situations. It investigates the history, theory, and philosophy of prosecution and provides the student with a conceptual framework for employing sound techniques of ethical prosecutorial advocacy. By looking at each stage of the criminal prosecution from the unique vantage point of the prosecutor, it enables students to receive maximum benefit from the clinical setting and prepares them for the efficient discharge of their duties as entry level prosecutors.

In Contempt

Author: Christopher Darden
Publisher: Graymalkin Media
ISBN: 1631680730
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#1 New York Times Bestseller. For more than a year, Christopher Darden argued tirelessly for the prosecution, giving voice to the victims in the 0.J. Simpson murder trial. In Contempt is an unflinching look at what the television cameras could not show: behind-the-scenes meetings, the deteriorating relationships between the defense and prosecution teams, the taunting, baiting, and pushing matches between Darden and Simpson, the intimate relationship between Darden and Marcia Clark, and the candid factors behind Darden's controversial decision for Simpson to try on the infamous glove, and much more. Out of the sensational frenzy of "the trial of the century" comes this haunting memoir of duty, justice, and the powerful undertow of American racism. A stunning masterpiece told with brutal honesty and courage.

For The People

Author: Michael Parrish
ISBN: 9781883318154
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The inside story of the world's largest prosecution office handling many of the world's most famous crimes of the last 150 years. From O.J Simpson and the Menendez Brothers to the assassination of Robert F Kennedy, the stalking of Madonna, and the famed Charles Manson murders, For The People chronicles the headline making Los Angeles cases that rocked and shocked the world. Filled with photos of the era, the book traces the history of crime in Los Angeles and that includes Hollywood - from the inception of the office to the present day.

Ready For The People My Most Chilling Cases As A Prosecutor

Author: Marissa N. Batt
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1628722711
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For more than 25 years Marissa Batt has tried cases for the People in every one of the 35 courtrooms at the Criminal Courts Building in downtown Los Angeles, cases ranging from rape and sodomy to armed robbery and murder. Despite her years immersed in violence and its concomitant pain and suffering, Batt has never become hardened or jaded. She has an unshakable belief that justice prevails, whether it happens inside or outside a courtroom. In the pages of this slap-in-the-face look at the criminal justice system (Kirkus Reviews), she presents three of her most difficult and terrifying cases. Each more gripping and moving than the last, they showcase the tremendous courage and humanity of the victims. One case was an eye-popping combination of rape, attempted murder, and arson; another was a brutal same-sex rape; and the third was a vicious vigilante-style murder. Try as you might to look away, you cannot. Told in a voice full of grit as well as compassion, this is true crime at its best. Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Arcade, Good Books, Sports Publishing, and Yucca imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of biographies, autobiographies, and memoirs. Our list includes biographies on well-known historical figures like Benjamin Franklin, Nelson Mandela, and Alexander Graham Bell, as well as villains from history, such as Heinrich Himmler, John Wayne Gacy, and O. J. Simpson. We have also published survivor stories of World War II, memoirs about overcoming adversity, first-hand tales of adventure, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.