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Since their early days, television shows and movies have glamorized the legal professions with memorable characters and thrilling plots. What we see on television, however, is not always the truth. In some cases, it's far from it. This book looks at some of the ugly facts about law enforcement, legal proceedings, and incarceration.Two million Americans-one in 145-are behin Since their early days, television shows and movies have glamorized the legal professions with memorable characters and thrilling plots. What we see on television, however, is not always the truth. In some cases, it's far from it. This book looks at some of the ugly facts about law enforcement, legal proceedings, and incarceration.Two million Americans-one in 145-are behind bars. But are all people in prison truly guilty of the crimes for which they have been accused? And are guilty people being set free? Do North American justice systems actually serve justice-or are they fundamentally unfair?These are difficult questions. To answer them, this book looks at some of the injustices in the judicial system. Racial and economic discrimination, abuse, unfair court procedures, and political pressures are vividly illustrated with examples of people whose lives have been irrevocably changed by judicial injustice.


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Since their early days, television shows and movies have glamorized the legal professions with memorable characters and thrilling plots. What we see on television, however, is not always the truth. In some cases, it's far from it. This book looks at some of the ugly facts about law enforcement, legal proceedings, and incarceration.Two million Americans-one in 145-are behin Since their early days, television shows and movies have glamorized the legal professions with memorable characters and thrilling plots. What we see on television, however, is not always the truth. In some cases, it's far from it. This book looks at some of the ugly facts about law enforcement, legal proceedings, and incarceration.Two million Americans-one in 145-are behind bars. But are all people in prison truly guilty of the crimes for which they have been accused? And are guilty people being set free? Do North American justice systems actually serve justice-or are they fundamentally unfair?These are difficult questions. To answer them, this book looks at some of the injustices in the judicial system. Racial and economic discrimination, abuse, unfair court procedures, and political pressures are vividly illustrated with examples of people whose lives have been irrevocably changed by judicial injustice.

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