Attorney Frank Galvin is determined to resuscitate his failing career with a controversial malpractice suit, but first he will have to take on the Catholic Church and the city of Boston. Reprint.
The word evidence is from evidentia: meaning, “To see wisely.” In Law, evidence is something legally presented before a court, as a statement or a witness, an object, etc., which bears on or establishes the point in question. Accordingly, there is in the Scriptures an abundance of circumstantial evidence which, if presented in a court of law would be sufficient to prove the rapture of the church out of this world seven years before the Second Coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. Since the burden of proof to establish a fact beyond a reasonable doubt cannot always be gathered by direct evidence in all cases, justice can be and often is satisfied by an accumulation of circumstantial evidence.
Enjoy the crime solving work of Mrs. Jeffries, who is the housekeeper of Inspector Witherspoon, and her band of amateur investigators in the Victorian Mystery Series! Books include: (1) Mrs. Jeffries Sweeps the Chimney; (2) Mrs. Jeffries Appeals the Verdict; (3) Mrs. Jeffries and the Best Laid Plans; (4) Mrs. Jeffries In the Nick of time; (5) Mrs. Jeffries Turns the Tide.
When Terry Flynt gets the chance to defend a millionaire accused of murder he knows that the case could make his career, but the accused man is Flynt’s greatest enemy―can he defend a man who ruined his life? Terry Flynt is a struggling legal clerk, desperately trying to get promoted. And then he is given the biggest opportunity of his career: to help defend a millionaire accused of murdering a woman in his hotel suite. The only problem is that the accused man, Vernon James, turns out to be not only someone he knows, but someone he loathes. This case could potentially make Terry's career, but how can he defend a former friend who betrayed him so badly? With the trial date looming, Terry delves deeper into Vernon's life and is forced to confront secrets from their shared past that could have devastating consequences for them both. For years he has wanted to witness Vernon's downfall, but with so much at stake, how can Terry be sure that he is guilty? And what choices must he make to ensure that justice is done?
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Discusses the question of who was responsible for the destruction at Pearl Harbor and analyzes the roles and levels of culpability of the Roosevelt administration
“The Verdict” Veritas et justitia, the motto by which the criminal justice system seeks to achieve justice. But in the city of Tampa, Florida, after a disturbing crime has taken place, the ensuing trial seems to obscure the quest for determining what is the “truth” and what is “justice.” The Verdict examines the psychological impact the trial has on the jurors, as well as the physical and mental exhaustion the lawyers have to endure. But the emotional impact of the trial also extends to society at large. After months of trial preparation, several weeks of testimony and after many days of sequestered deliberation, the trial ends with a verdict that is certain to shock the community.
Pearl Harbor Trilogy: At Dawn We Slept; Dec. 7 1941; Pearl Harbor: The Verdict of History
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The Verdict in Vegas recounts the experience of a team of Tuskegee Airmen who participated in the United States Air Force's First Top Gun Competition. History, heartache, action and drama make for an exciting read for those who are familiar with the Tuskegee Airmen and those who are just learning their story.
This introduction to critical thinking teaches individuals how to integrate all their logic skills into the critical decision-making process they undertake in their own lives as citizens and consumers. Organized around lively and authentic examples drawn from jury trials, contemporary political and social debate, and advertising, the book discusses not only how to detect fallacies, but also how to examine, appreciate, and construct cogent arguments. For a lifetime of thinking critically and creating arguments about any and all of life's controversies.
Critical Thinking: Consider the Verdict 5th edition by Bruce N. Waller. Prentice Hall,2004
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GUILTY BYSTANDERSAfter a perfectly decent local woman is killed during a robbery, the Witherspoon household receives a surprising visit from a stranger named Blimpey Groggins. He claims his best buddy was convicted of the crime. He also claims the peaceable chap didn’t even know how to fire a gun. And considering he’s to be hanged in three weeks, Blimpey’s desperate to find the real killer. With the trail cold, the crime allegedly solved, and the evidence mucked up, Mrs. Jeffries and her belowstairs cohorts have their work cut out for them if they want to save an innocent man from the gallows.A Mrs. Jeffries MysteryShe keeps house for Inspector Witherspoon…and keeps him on his toes. Everyone’s awed by his Scotland Yard successes—but they don’t know about his secret weapon. No matter how messy the murder or how dirty the deed, Mrs. Jeffries’ polished detection skills are up to the task…proving that behind every great man there’s a woman—and that a crimesolver’s work is never done.First Time in Print!
The Criminal Justice system is broken: both the ideal of justice and that of rehabilitation have been lost, but there is hope. Everyone can agree on that. Right now, criminal justice costs too much, it punishes those with drug problems and mental illness who commit crimes, but doesn’t offer them the help that they need, and often, it merely slaps the wrist of violent offenders who go on to offend over and over again. Prosecutors, defense attorneys, judges and the public can all agree that “the system” isn’t working. Georgia Criminal Defense Attorney, Jason W. Swindle, Sr. has stepped up in The Verdict Is In: Fix the Criminal Justice System to offer innovative new ideas and a fresh vision for fixing the broken criminal justice system in an effort to get this important national conversation started. The Verdict Is In pulls back the curtain of the legal system itself for the uninitiated to see “how it really works in real life.”