Book: Justice in America - How it Works - How it Fails by Russell F. Morancategories: Book, Law, Politics, Justice System, US Supreme Court, What Is Justice?, Legal System
Russell F. Moranabout this book: American law and the justice system can be complicated. But anyone who reads a newspaper or follows the news on TV or radio needs to understand the basics of the American legal system.
That's where Justice in America comes in. It's written by a lawyer and legal journalist for the layperson, for the person who wants to know more about a vital topic, but who doesn't want to be bored to death. The book is plainly written, laced with a good deal of humor. Complex terms and concepts are simplified. Kirkus Review calls the author "a compelling expert witness."
I begin the book by examining just what is this thing we call justice. The analysis may surprise you, make you laugh or may even enrage you. I examine every area of American law, giving it a light touch with a lot of anecdotes. As a legal journalist for many years, I recognize that legal jargon can stupefy people. I make it simple and ,according to a lot of reviews, quite enjoyable. As one review put it, "This is the most engaging description of the Law that I have ever read."
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