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  • Killer With a Badge

    by Chuck Hustmyre

    New Orleans in the 1990s—dirty, corrupt, and violent, the murder capital of the United States, with a scandal-plagued police department that was collapsing under the weight of its own corruption. No one could imagine that things could get much worse for this once-great American city. Then Antoinette Frank joined the New Orleans Police Department, and things got much, much worse. Before long, ... Read more

    $4.99 AUD

  • The Holdout

    The tense, gripping Richard and Judy Book Club pick for 2021

    by Graham Moore

    'The most gripping and satisfying thriller I've read in more than a decade' Sophie Hannah*'One of the best legal thrillers ... as elegant and gripping as Scott Turow's Presumed Innocent' Daily Mail'Quite the tour de force! Twelve Angry Men meets Chinatown and creates something of its own' Sarah Pinborough'This is a tense, emotionally charged, scary-good, stand-out read' Caroline Kepnes... ... Read more

    $12.99 AUD

  • Inside the Robe, A Judge's Candid Tale of Criminal Justice in America

    by katherine mader

    COURTHOUSE CONFIDENTIALTo most people, judges are mysterious creatures. As Anthony Bourdain invited readers to follow him behind the scenes of the restaurant business in his bestseller, Kitchen Confidential, and Caitlin Doughty's Smoke Gets in Your Eyes was a revealing peak into the mysteries of what happens after death inside a mortuary, Inside the Robe shines a bright spotlight into the hidden ... Read more


  • Reconstructing Reality in the Courtroom: Justice and Judgment in American Culture

    by W. Lance Bennett

    Coauthored by W. Lance Bennett and Martha S. Feldman, 'Reconstructing Reality in the Courtroom' explains what makes stories believable and how ordinary people connect complex legal arguments and evidence presented in trials to assess guilt and innocence. The explanation takes the core elements of narrative—the who, what, where, when, how, why—and shows how average people who hear hundreds of ... Read more

    $13.04 AUD

  • Would You Convict?

    Seventeen Cases That Challenged the Law

    by Paul H. Robinson

    A police trooper inspects a car during a routine traffic stop and finds a vast cache of weapons, complete with automatic rifles, thousands of rounds of ammunition, and black ski masks-a veritable bank robber's kit. Should the men in the car be charged? If so, with what?A son neglects to care for his elderly mother, whose emaciated form is discovered shortly before she dies a painful death. Is the ... Read more

    $38.71 AUD

  • Storytelling for the Defense

    Defense Attorney's Courtroom Guide to Beating Plaintiffs At Their Own Game

    by Merrie Jo Pitera and 1 more

    Storytelling is primal for humans—one of the few human traits that is truly universal across cultures and through all of known history. The goal of Storytelling for the Defense is to help defense attorneys understand and reclaim the fundamental value of storytelling in the context of persuading jurors and winning cases. Defense attorneys must realize that the power of the narrative is not the sole ... Read more

    $15.34 AUD

  • On the Jury Trial

    Principles and Practices for Effective Advocacy

    by Thomas M. Melsheimer and 1 more

    Two outstanding Texas trial lawyers—one of whom is now an equally respected district judge—have written On the Jury Trial, a “must have” reference for any trial lawyer aspiring to excellence or seeking to maintain it. Thomas M. Melsheimer and Judge Craig Smith have crafted a narrative-driven advice guide for trial lawyers to hone their craft. Chapter topics include voir dire, opening statement, ... Read more

    $22.65 AUD

  • Impartial Justice

    The Real Supreme Court Cases that Define the Constitutional Right to a Neutral and Detached Decisionmaker

    by Eric T. Kasper

    This book examines the right to a neutral and detached decisionmaker as interpreted by the U.S. Supreme Court. This right resides in the Constitution’s Fifth Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment guarantees to procedural due process and in the Sixth Amendment’s promise of an impartial jury. Supreme Court cases on these topics are the vehicles to understand how these constitutional rights have come ... Read more

    $61.37 AUD

  • Why Jury Duty Matters

    A Citizens Guide to Constitutional Action

    by Andrew Guthrie Ferguson

    It’s easy to forget how important the jury really is to America. The right to be a juror is one of the fundamental rights guaranteed to all eligible citizens. The right to trial by jury helped spark the American Revolution, was quickly adopted at the Constitutional Convention, and is the only right that appears in both the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. But for most of us, a jury summons is ... Read more

    $21.11 AUD

  • Jury Duty in Jamaica: My Experience

    by Darren Braithwaite

    The Jamaican legal system can be a complicated and intimidating thing, especially for those that have had no prior experience with it.This book is to inform those of us that have been called to serve as jurors what to expect. At the time when I was called to serve as a juror, I had a hard time finding out what the details were and exactly what to expect. I had never stepped into a courtroom before ... Read more

    $0.99 AUD

  • Criminal Juries in the 21st Century

    Psychological Science and the Law

    by Cynthia Najdowski and 1 more

    series American Psychology-Law Society Series
    The jury is often hailed as one of the most important symbols of American democracy. Yet much has changed since the Sixth Amendment in 1791 first guaranteed all citizens the right to a jury trial in criminal prosecutions. Experts now have a much more nuanced understanding of the psychological implications of being a juror, and advances in technology and neuroscience make the work of rendering a ... Read more

    $87.11 AUD

  • Cross Purposes

    Pierce v. Society of Sisters and the Struggle over Compulsory Public Education

    by Paula Abrams

    "A definitive study of an extremely important, though curiously neglected, Supreme Court decision, Pierce v. Society of Sisters."---Robert O'Neil, Professor of Law Emeritus, University of Virginia School of Law"A careful and captivating examination of a dramatic and instructive clash between nationalism and religious pluralism, and of the ancient but ongoing struggle for control over the education ... Read more

    $73.69 AUD

  • Corpus Juris

    The Order of the Defender of Arabia

    by Dr Amrit Rattan K Baidwan Macfarland

    Dr Amrit Rattan K Baidwan- Macfarland presents three essays, the first is on Jurisprudence, entitled; what the law is and what the law ought to be. The complex nature of Jurisprudence based on the original natural justice theory, is examined as well as other theories, which have since been postulated by contemporary jurists. Supreme court decisions are cited to elucidate how natural justice ... Read more

    $7.91 AUD

  • Space, Time, Justice

    From Archaic Rituals to Contemporary Perspectives

    by David Marrani

    This book merges philosophical, psychoanalytical and legal perspectives to explore how spaces of justice are changing and the effect this has on the development of the administration of justice. There are as central themes: the idea of transgression as the starting point of the question of justice and its archaic anchor; the relation between spaces of justice and ritual(s); the question of use and ... Read more

    $66.10 AUD

  • Johnny Nine

    Capano Juror

    by Johnathan M. Carter

    Youve read the reporters story, the mystery writers story and the investigative reporters read the story told from the point of view of a juror in the Tom Capano murder trial. What is the day to day life of a juror in a high profile murder case? The parade of witnesses, who is believable and who is not? The evidence, the sometimes bizzare testimony, and the tedious. This book talks ... Read more

    $12.31 AUD

  • Rola sądów międzynarodowych w kształtowaniu praw jednostek

    by Anna Kasędra and 4 more

    Publikacja, wydana pod redakcją Patryka Kubsika stanowi efekt pracy członków Studenckiego Koła Naukowego Rozstrzygania Sporów Międzynarodowych, działającego przy Katedrze Prawa Międzynarodowego i Europejskiego Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego. Autorami poszczególnych rozdziałów są studenci czwartego oraz piątego roku prawa, którzy dzielą się na kartach niniejszej publikacji swoją pasją i zamiłowaniem do ... Read more

    $3.99 AUD

  • Not Guilty

    by Christine Gardner

    In 1910 in Bendigo, three children were found dead in their home, brutally murdered with an axe and a knife.Their mother, Camellia McCluskey, was a de facto wife at a time when such a position was not socially acceptable. Her partner, George, was considerably older than her. The two lived together happily for a few years before the relationship deteriorated, putting in place a chain of events that ... Read more

    $4.99 AUD

  • How to Get Out of Jury Duty

    by John O'Banion

    While it is your civic duty to attend jury duty, there are some secrets to getting out of the obligation. Generally, citizens are randomly selected to perform jury duty. However, If you just don't show up to jury duty then you could just be jailed for about 2 years, because you are selected for jury duty does not mean that you will actually sit on a jury. If you follow these simple steps you very ... Read more

    $10.71 AUD

  • University of Chicago Law Review: Volume 79, Number 3 - Summer 2012

    by University of Chicago Law Review

    A leading law review offers a quality ebook edition. This third issue of 2012 features articles from internationally recognized legal scholars, and extensive research in Comments authored by University of Chicago Law School students.Contents for the issue include:ARTICLES:"Orwell's Armchair," by Derek E. Bambauer"Jury Nullification in Modified Comparative Negligence Regimes," by Eli K. Best & John ... Read more

    $1.30 AUD

  • European History from Luther to Napoleon

    by John Lord

    The period at which this History commences,—the beginning of the sixteenth century,—when compared with the ages which had preceded it, since the fall of the Roman empire, was one of unprecedented brilliancy and activity. It was a period very fruitful in great men and great events, and, though stormy and turbulent, was favorable to experiments and reforms. The nations of Europe seem to have been ... Read more

    $1.99 AUD

  • The Crowd

    A Study of the Popular Mind

    by Gustave Le Bon

    The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind is a brilliant treatise on the workings of crowds. Gustave Le Bon examines many different kinds of crowds and how they work. He differentiates between different kinds of crowds such as mobs, juries, elected bodies, and simple crowds. This landmark book is one of the most influential books ever written on this subject. An important book for anyone studying or ... Read more

    $2.19 AUD

  • Etica e Fair Play: nella Formazione della Prova Orale, nel Processo Penale

    by Domenico Carponi Schittar

    Ogni meccanismo, per funzionare adeguatamente, esige un armonico contributo da parte di tutti i suoi ingranaggi.Altrimenti si “grippa”.Il processo penale non è da meno.Anzi – dipendendo dal suo funzionamento da un lato la tutela del bene libertà individuale, dall'altro la tutela della società - l’esigenza quanto al fatto che quel contributo sia massimo è di grado superiore a quella che può ... Read more

    $12.99 AUD

  • The Jury Duty - US Government and Politics | Children's Government Books

    by Baby Professor

    Did you know that when you're older, you might be called for jury duty? But what is it? You'll know more about it, and why you should show up when you're summoned, in this book of US government and politics. Prepare your child for the reality of adult living by informing him/her of the societal responsibilities early on in life. Grab a copy today! ... Read more

    $5.60 AUD

  • The Science of Persuasion

    A Litigator's Guide to Juror Decision-Making

    by Ph. D Bradshaw

    The ability to persuade comes naturally to some people and is completely foreign to others. This new second edition, is your thorough guide to the way jurors make decisions, and how you can use that knowledge to convince them that your story of a case is the correct version. This book was written for law students, experienced litigators, and everyone in between who needs to understand the most ... Read more

    $86.01 AUD