Media Coverage in Criminal Justice Cases: What Prosecutors Should and Should Not Say

    By Andrew E Taslitz

    Media Coverage in Criminal Justice Cases: What Prosecutors Should and Should Not Say

    Media Coverage in Criminal Justice Cases: What Prosecutors Should and Should Not Say

    By Andrew E Taslitz

    This comprehensive, practical book addresses the major media issues facing criminal lawyers. Chapters focus on strategy and tactics, media consultants, the risks and benefits of media communication, how such social science can be used in court, how to act as a media commentator for cases in the press, and more.
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    The media plays a role in many major criminal cases. From Jodi Arias and Amanda Knox to Michael Jackson and Kobe Bryant, media coverage extends not just to salacious tales of child abuse, rape, and murder but to white collar crimes, proven and merely alleged, particularly in light of the Great Recession that began in 2008. But lawyers need not represent the rich and powerful to find themselves with a microphone in their faces. This comprehensive book addresses the major media issues facing criminal lawyers.

    This practical guide, written by experts, will be an invaluable resource to practicing lawyers, judges, legislators, ethics regulators, academics, students, and the general public on the impact of media coverage on citizens' attitudes toward criminal defendants, victims, and prosecutors.

    Product Details

    Authors

    Andrew E Taslitz

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781627221511

    Page Count

    308

    Product Code

    5090141

    Trim Size

    6 x 9

    Publication Date

    7/25/2013 12:00:00 AM

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