Brown is entitled to feel aggrieved. The prosecution's theory of the case was utterly preposterous and the trial a travesty. -- The New Orleans Times Picayune,November 19th, 2004
Brown obviously got a raw deal, one which he didn't deserve. The book provides a warning for others to heed. -- The Concordia Sentinel, December 1st, 2004
Jim Brown was a crusader for justice,and was the lead US regulator in negotiating the future of Lloyd's of London. -- Insurance Run-Offs Newsletter,Dec.1st, 2004, London England
Jim Brown was blind-sided by the Justice Department with charges that are still considered bazaar and without merit. -- Insurance Newscast, November 30, 2004
Justice Denied is part diary, indictment,and punditry. Brown is making a good run at shaping his corner of history. -- The Monroe News-Star, December 5, 2004
From the Publisher
The Lisburn Press is pleased to have, as its first publication effort, Jim Brown's chilling and thought provoking memoir, "JUSTICE DENIED, How The Federal Court System Failed Former Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Brown."
It has taken a great deal of courage for Jim Brown to speak out so candidly against the abuses he suffered at the hands of the Justice Department and the federal court system. His calls for reform of the system have received enthusiastic responses from the legal community and a cross section of legal reform groups from throughout the country. We at The Lisburn Press are overwhelmed at the positive response to Jim's first major publication effort.
With passion, conviction, and dead-aim honesty, Jim Brown exposes the hypocrisies of those who are supposed to protect. With astonishing candor,we read of Jim Brown being forced to go through one of the most secret trials in American history.
Jim Brown has become one of the nation's most effective spoksmen and advocates for justice and reform within the federal court system. "JUSTICE DENIED" will solidify his reputation in this important effort. We here at The Lisburn Press anxiously await his next book calling for such reform.