Political Science - Legal System

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The Crime of Sheila McGough

Janet Malcolm

[N]o other writer tells better stories about the perpetual, the unwinnable, battle between narrative and truth.' --The New York Times Book ReviewThe Crime of Sheila McGough is Janet Malcolm's brilliant expose of miscarriage of justice...

Published: Feb 2000

Tangled Webs: How False Statements Ar...

James B. Stewart

Bestselling author James B. Stewart investigates our era's most high-profile perjurers, revealing the alarming extent of this national epidemic. America faces a crisis: an explosion of perjury and false statements occurring at the h...

Published: Mar 2012

No Island of Sanity: Paula Jones v. B...

Vincent Bugliosi

One would like to think that the U.S. Supreme Court, the highest Court in the land, is the one island of sanity still remaining. But if what you folks are about to read is any indication, we've all got a lot to worry about. The quest...

Published: Feb 1998

A Trial by Jury

D. Graham Burnett

When Princeton historian D. Graham Burnett answered his jury duty summons, he expected to spend a few days catching up on his reading in the court waiting room. Instead, he finds himself thrust into a high-pressure role as the jury fo...

Published: Oct 2002

Let's Get Free: A Hip-Hop Theory of J...

Paul Butler

Drawing on his personal fascinating story as a prosecutor, a defendant, and an observer of the legal process, Paul Butler offers a sharp and engaging critique of our criminal justice system. He argues against discriminatory drug laws ...

Published: Jun 2010
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