Book: The Burning Gavel by Norman Shabelcategories: Book, Courtroom Drama, Legal, Law, Court, Legal Fiction, Courtroom Fiction
Norman Shabelabout this book: The flawed but fearless lawyer represents the victims and seeks justice for his client through a legal system that has complex procedures and doctrines.
• "Melvin Levine, the tough, street-smart lawyer with a chip on his shoulder but a heart of gold, battles giant corporations, their hired gunslingers, and the justice system itself. In the end, Melvin shows us the true meaning of love, friendship, and honor in this poignant, compelling, page-turner that can't be put down."
-Mark Rifkin, Esquire
Wolf, Haldenstein, Adler, Freeman & Herz
New York City
• "Into this genre comes Mel Levine, an imperfect spouse and father, but an aggressive and courageous fighter for his maimed client against seemingly insurmountable odds. Only a trial lawyer and novelist as experienced and talented as Norm Shabel could have created and maintained the drama of this trial without sacrificing the reality of the strategies and technicalities that structure it."
-Dean Rayman L. Solomon
Rutgers University School of Law – Camden
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