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    defense attorneys
  • (defense attorney) the lawyer representing the defendant
  • (Defense attorney) A lawyer, according to Black's Law Dictionary, is "a person learned in the law; as an attorney, counsel or solicitor; a person licensed to practice law.
  • (Defense Attorney) The defendant's attorney may attempt to talk to you. You have the right to decide whether or not you want to discuss your case with him or her.
    california
  • A state in the western US, on the coast of the Pacific Ocean; pop. 33,871,648; capital, Sacramento; statehood, Sept. 9, 1850 (31). Formerly part of Mexico, it was ceded to the US in 1847, having briefly been an independent republic. Large numbers of settlers were attracted to California in the 19th century, esp. during the gold rushes of the 1840s; it is now the most populous state
  • In ancient Greek mythology, ambrosia (????????) is sometimes the food, sometimes the drink, of the Greek gods (or demigods), often depicted as conferring ageless immortality upon whoever consumes it.
  • a state in the western United States on the Pacific; the 3rd largest state; known for earthquakes
  • (californian) of or relating to or characteristic of California or its inhabitants; "Californian beaches"
    criminal
  • condemnable: bringing or deserving severe rebuke or censure; "a criminal waste of talent"; "a deplorable act of violence"; "adultery is as reprehensible for a husband as for a wife"
  • guilty of crime or serious offense; "criminal in the sight of God and man"
  • A person who has committed a crime
  • someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime
california criminal defense attorneys - The Search
The Search for Justice: A Defense Attorney's Brief on the O.J. Simpson Case
The Search for Justice: A Defense Attorney's Brief on the O.J. Simpson Case
From June 13, 1994, to October 3, 1995, Robert Shapiro stood in the middle of a drama that held millions of Americans in thrall. Now for the first time, the architect of the defense strategy tells the inside story of the O.J. Simpson trial from the beginning. In this book, the man who assembled the "dream team" answers the questions of fact, law, and ethics that were fired at him before and after the jury's verdict. With candor, wit, and compassion, Shapiro brings to light the details of what has been called "the trial of the century," giving us revealing glimpses of the defendant and the others whose names became so familiar: Johnnie Cochran, F. Lee Bailey, Marcia Clark, Barry Scheck, Chris Darden, and Judge Lance Ito." "At the heart of the book is the dramatic story of how Shapiro planned the defense strategy against what appeared to be overwhelming odds. Within minutes of his first meeting with O.J., he started "thinking like the prosecution," lining up a powerful arsenal of lawyers, investigators, and expert witnesses to counter what the prosecution claimed was an open-and-shut case. In the midst of mounting the legal defense, Shapiro also had to deal with the tumult of a media circus, a fractious defense team, and his own priorities as a husband and father. Through it all, he maintained a steady hand and the quiet belief that justice would prevail. Confronting the prosecution's "mountain of evidence," Shapiro and his defense team uncovered the elements of reasonable doubt in the faulty handling of blood samples and other mistakes made by the police as they rushed to erroneous conclusions." "Robert Shapiro's reasoned and principled arguments about the Bill of Rights and the role and duty of a defense attorney will deepen our understanding of the verdict, the trial, and the place this story occupied in the American culture. Answering critics who charge that "loopholes" and legal tactics prevailed over justice, Shapiro convincingly demonstrates that the only possible verdict - even without the race card Johnnie Cochran flung on the table - was the conclusion of "reasonable doubt" reached by the jury.

Another addition to the ever expanding shelf of literature devoted to the Simpson trial. Attorney Robert Shapiro, architect of the defense strategy and assembler of the "dream team," offers his views of the characters and events of the trial.

From June 13, 1994, to October 3, 1995, Robert Shapiro stood in the middle of a drama that held millions of Americans in thrall. Now for the first time, the architect of the defense strategy tells the inside story of the O.J. Simpson trial from the beginning. In this book, the man who assembled the "dream team" answers the questions of fact, law, and ethics that were fired at him before and after the jury's verdict. With candor, wit, and compassion, Shapiro brings to light the details of what has been called "the trial of the century," giving us revealing glimpses of the defendant and the others whose names became so familiar: Johnnie Cochran, F. Lee Bailey, Marcia Clark, Barry Scheck, Chris Darden, and Judge Lance Ito." "At the heart of the book is the dramatic story of how Shapiro planned the defense strategy against what appeared to be overwhelming odds. Within minutes of his first meeting with O.J., he started "thinking like the prosecution," lining up a powerful arsenal of lawyers, investigators, and expert witnesses to counter what the prosecution claimed was an open-and-shut case. In the midst of mounting the legal defense, Shapiro also had to deal with the tumult of a media circus, a fractious defense team, and his own priorities as a husband and father. Through it all, he maintained a steady hand and the quiet belief that justice would prevail. Confronting the prosecution's "mountain of evidence," Shapiro and his defense team uncovered the elements of reasonable doubt in the faulty handling of blood samples and other mistakes made by the police as they rushed to erroneous conclusions." "Robert Shapiro's reasoned and principled arguments about the Bill of Rights and the role and duty of a defense attorney will deepen our understanding of the verdict, the trial, and the place this story occupied in the American culture. Answering critics who charge that "loopholes" and legal tactics prevailed over justice, Shapiro convincingly demonstrates that the only possible verdict - even without the race card Johnnie Cochran flung on the table - was the conclusion of "reasonable doubt" reached by the jury.

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Bear faced criminal
Bear faced criminal
Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge. Criminals and criminologists, would you believe, have their own sense of humour:-) Photo by permission of the IoC.
Criminal Jokers - Indie Mon Amour
Criminal Jokers - Indie Mon Amour
Criminal Jokers Indie Mon Amour Agropoli 2010 © Lidia Tagnesi

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