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Kirkus Reviews – Justice in America: How it Works – How it Fails

The following review of my book, Justice in America: How it Works – How it Fails, is from Kirkus Reviews, an independent book review company from Austin, Texas.  It has also been reviewed quite favorably by many readers. The goddess … Continue reading

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What Really Happens in the Jury Room? My Uncle the Expert Witness

The sanctity of the jury deliberation room has an almost religious aura in our history.  The jurors receive their instructions or “charge” from the judge, explaining their job and the law.  They are then on their own, with no official … Continue reading

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