Reasonable Doubts: The Criminal Justice System and the O.J. Simpson Case

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Simon and Schuster, 19 февр. 1997 г. - Всего страниц: 270
One of America's leading appeal lawyers, Alan Dershowitz, examines the American criminal justice system, critically analyzing its strengths and weaknesses. Using the O.J. Simpson murder case as the backdrop, Reasonable Doubts explores the larger issues that shape our country's legal system.

Chosen to prepare the appeal should O.J. Simpson be convicted, Alan Dershowitz is uniquely suited to deconstruct the case in order to use it in understanding the modern criminal justice system. The crucial questions raised by the O.J. Simpson case, and Dershowitz's answers, invite a reassessment not only of the case itself, but also of the strengths—and weaknesses—of the legal system in America today.

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Alan M. Dershowitz is the bestselling author of Chutzpah, Reversal of Fortune, The Best Defense, and many other books. He was first in his class at Yale Law School, and was editor-in-chief of the Yale Law Journal. After clerking for Judge David Bazelton and Justice Arthur Goldberg, he was appointed to the Harvard Law faculty, where he became a full professor at age twenty-eight, the youngest in the school's history. Newsweek has described him as "the nation's most peripatetic civil liberties lawyer and one of its most distinguished defenders of individual rights." Professor Dershowitz has served on the National Board of Directors of the American Civil Liberties Union and as consultant for various foundations and presidential commissions. His clients have included Claus von Bulow, Patricia Hearst, Senator Mike Gravel, Harry Reems, Anatoly Scharansky, F. Lee Bailey, William Kuntzler, and several death row inmates. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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