In "Black's Law, " one of America's toughest and shrewdest criminal defense lawyers shows us the life-and-death struggles that occur every day in our criminal courts. This book takes us behind the scenes of four difficult and dangerous cases to reveal the legal strategies, no-holds-barred tactics, and courtroom psychology Roy Black used to make sure his clients received every protection promised by the law.
Black demonstrates in riveting detail how a defense attorney must investigate criminal cases by sifting through evidence and preparing for trial. (It's like preparing for war.) He shows us how the principles of law, cross-examination, and evidence -- as well as careful jury selection and skillful use of expert witnesses -- can level the playing field to counter the enormous resources that state and federal prosecutors have at their disposal.
Black's Law makes resoundingly clear the crucial role that criminal defense lawyers play in safeguarding the basic right to a fair trial for all.
Alan M. Dershowitz Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law, Harvard University Roy Black is better than Atticus Finch. Daniel M. Petrocelli No one is more qualified than Roy Black to give us such an authoritative and compelling look into our criminal justice system. F. Lee Bailey Black's Law will take its place with Stryker's The Art of Advocacy, Wellman's The Art of Cross-Examination, Nizer's My Life in Court and Edward Bennett Williams's One Man's Freedom. Robert S. Bennett Powerful! Riveting! Black reveals the truth-warts and all. Black's Law is a must-read.
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Number Of Pages: 324
Published: 6th April 2000
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.41