The People v. Clarence Darrow: the bribery trial of America's greatest lawyer
A recreation of Clarence Darrow's 1912 trial for jury tampering provides a vivid study of the legal system in Los Angeles at the turn of the century and provides detailed portraits of the key personalities involved in the case. 20,000 first printing.
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Review: The People v. Clarence Darrow: The Bribery Trial of America's Greatest LawyerUser Review - Eric_W - Goodreads
In 1912 Clarence Darrow was indicted for bribery as a result of a sensational trial of John McNamara. Darrow was a mass of contradictions. He worked for companies as a lawyer, defending them against ... Read full review
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am a criminal defense lawyer by profession, and I wouldn't have it any other way. I didn't go to law school with that thought in mind- far from it- I pictured myself as some kind of corporate lawyer ...
Do Not Blame the Thunderbolt
THE MCNAMARA CASE
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