Law Makers, Law Breakers and Uncommon Trials

    By Marilyn Aitken

    Law Makers, Law Breakers and Uncommon Trials

    Law Makers, Law Breakers and Uncommon Trials

    By Marilyn Aitken

    From the divine right of Charles I to the civil rights struggle of Rosa Parks, these 25 non-fiction stories from the pages of Litigation provide a panorama of people whose actions helped form our legal system and our world.
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    From the divine right of Charles I to the civil rights struggle of Rosa Parks, 25 non-fiction stories from the pages of Litigation provide a panorama of people whose actions helped form our legal system and our world. Constitution makers, Civil War enemies, Irish rebels, World War II Nazis, murder and passion, art and prejudice appear in this unique look at our legal history. Did Dr. Samuel Mudd participate in the Lincoln assassination? Was Captain Charles McVay III responsible for the sinking of the USS Indianapolis? Did Levi Weeks kill pretty Elma Sands? Read about unknown founder James Wilson and Hitler's lawyer, Hans Frank. Discover the back stories of landmark cases and enjoy the cross examination and trial skills of lawyers in top form. Each story is complete, but together they reveal the power of the past.

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    Section of Litigation

    Publisher

    ABA Book Publishing

    Author

    Marilyn Aitken

    ISBN

    9781590318805

    Page Count

    358

    Product Code

    5310369

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