How to Try a Murder: the Handbook for Armchair Lawyers

By: Kurland, Michael

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From evidence to ex parte, learn how the prosecution and defense plan their cases. The judge, the jury, the eyewitness, the expert witness, direct examination, cross examination, grand jury, the death penalty, and more! Included are many famous cases, using a fictional narrative and real-life stories to illustrate each step of the art and craft of a murder trial. From the discovery of the body, to trial procedures and strategy, to the conviction and sentencing, this engrossing look at our legal system includes explanations of the various elements of a trial. Readers intrigued by true crime will find court documents and questionnaires from the headline-grabbing trials of O. J. Simpson, Theodore Kaczynski and so on, as well as "trials of the century, " including those of Sacco and Vanzetti, Bruno Hauptmann, Dr. Sam Sheppard and others. Whether you're an arm chair attorney or a murder maven, How to Try a Murder gives everything you need to prosecute, defend, render a verdict, and pronounce sentence on the trial of the moment. Includes appendices, glossary, bibliography, and index.; Octavo (standard book size); 202 pages

Title: How to Try a Murder: the Handbook for Armchair Lawyers

Author: Kurland, Michael

Categories: True Crime,

Publisher: Edison, New Jersey, U. S. A., Castle Books: 2002

ISBN: 0785815325

ISBN 13: 9780785815327

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New in New dust jacket

Seller ID: 002462

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