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Criminal Tax, Money Laundering, and Bank Secrecy Act Litigation Ellen C. Brotman May 2011 59 Criminal Tax, Money Laundering, and Bank Secrecy Act Litigation By Peter D. Hardy BNA Books (2010) Are you feeling overwhelmed by the complexity of financial crime prosecutions, especially in the b

By Ellen C. Brotman in May 2011
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NACDL News: New Book by Federal Judge Frederic Block

NACDL News: New Book by Federal Judge Frederic Block Ivan J. Dominguez NACDL News July 2012 12 On July 17, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ NACDL Press and Thomson Reuters Westlaw announced the release of the first book of their joint publishing venture. The book is Disrobed:

By Ivan J. Dominguez in July 2012
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Book Review Dick Wheelan December 2001 50   Examination and Cross-Examination of Experts in Forensic Psychophysiology Using the Polygraph By James Allan Matte, PH.D. J.A.M. Publications, 43 Brookside Drive, Williamsville, New York 14221-6915 http://www.mattepolygraph.com , 43 Pages (Hardcover)

By Dick Wheelan in December 2001
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Book Review: Quest for Justice - Defending the Damned
Quest for Justice Defending the Damned By Richard S. Jaffe, New Horizon Press (2012), Reviewed by William R. Montross Jr.
By William R. Montross Jr. in January/February 2012
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Book Review Ephraim Margolin; Alan Silber January/February 2001 31   Every Trial Criminal Defense Resource Book By Nancy Hollander and Barbara E. Bergman West Group Publisher: July 2000 Edition (715 Pages Looseleaf) $135 (Hardcover) Reviewed by Ephraim Margolin As lawyers, we are destined to fl

By Ephraim Margolin, Alan Silber in January/February 2001
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Book Review: Project Fatherhood - A Story of Courage and Healing in One of America’s Toughest Communities
Living in a small, conservative, mid-western town most of my adult life, the story of Project Fatherhood grabbed my attention. It is a story about a group of fathers in Watts, a small community in the eastern corner of South Los Angeles, who want to improve not only their lives, but lives of the community.
By Bob Lindemeier in July 2016
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Book Review: Beyond Freedom's Reach - A Kidnapping in the Twilight of Slavery
Lincoln freed the slaves, right? Not exactly. The Emancipation Proclamation, effective Jan. 1, 1863, only applied to those states that took up arms against the Union. It did not apply to slaveholding states that remained loyal to the Union. And, it was an Executive Order, not an Act of Congress. Lincoln issued it while the war still raged, so he dedicated Federal troops to the enforcement of the Proclamation. The Emancipation Proclamation did apply to Louisiana. This is where the story begins.
By Maureen L. Rowland in July 2016
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Book Review: The Wrong Carlos - Anatomy of a Wrongful Execution
This is a sad, absorbing, and profoundly important tale of a wrongful conviction and execution. Everyone with an interest in criminal justice and every public official with responsibility in this realm should place it high on their reading list.
By Tony Bornstein in June 2016
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NACDL News: NACDL Press to Publish Book by Defense Attorney Andrea D. Lyon
On March 28, 2016, NACDL announced that its publishing unit, NACDL Press, will publish a groundbreaking work on women in criminal defense by leading criminal defense attorney, legal scholar, Dean and Professor of Law at Valparaiso University School of Law, and decades-long NACDL member Andrea D. Lyon. The book is expected to be released in 2017 and will be titled “The Feminine Sixth: Women for the Defense.” In this work, Ms. Lyon will tell the stories of women lawyers who are in criminal defense — public and private — but are not necessarily on the speakers’ circuit or otherwise well known.
By Ivan J. Dominguez and Ezra Dunkle-Polier in May 2016
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Book Review: Dorm Room Dealers: Drugs and the Privileges of Race and Class
When considering the phrase “drug dealer,” what image pops into mind? A person of color peddling product on the street corners of an impoverished community? Or a Caucasian college student from an affluent background selling pot, party drugs, and pills from campus housing? Rafik Mohamed and Erik Fritsvold challenge those who accept as accurate only the former, stereotypical image of a drug dealer as often appears in popular media. They do so by showing that the latter version of a drug dealer is just as much a reality in the United States as the stereotype. Dorm Room Dealers is the result of a six-year study in which the authors used trust-building actions, fly-on-the-wall observations, and extensive interviews with 50 individual drug dealers — all of whom were college students in Southern California, all of whom were from middle- or upper-class backgrounds, and most of whom were Caucasian.
By Dionne R. Gonder-Stanley in May 2016
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