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The Crime Junkie's Guide to Criminal Law: From Law & Order to Laci Peterson

ISBN-13: 978-0275994143
ISBN-10: 0275994147
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"Accessible to general audiences." - Library Journal

"This unique book is an indispensable guide to criminal law that uses actual trials alongside plots and characters from popular television shows to illustrate criminal law issues." - Library Media Connection

About the Author

JIM SILVER is a former Assistant United States Attorney who prosecuted criminal cases in Washington, D.C. and argued before the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Prior to that, he was a civil litigator at one of the nation's largest law firms. For the past ten years he has been an at-home dad and professional writer. He wrote a regular humor column for Worcester Magazine for two years and has had articles published in national publications such as Catholic Digest, AMA Alliance, and others, as well as many regional magazines and newspapers.

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