The defense never rests

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New American Library, Sep 1, 1972 - Biography & Autobiography - 316 pages
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The controversial defense lawyer reviews his career, focusing on the Boston Strangler case, the Sam Sheppard vindication, and the Great Plymouth Mail Robbery

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Review: The Defense Never Rests

User Review  - Matthew Sanchez - Goodreads

I first found this book in law school and once again as an attorney. To this day I still use some of the techniques in closing argument -- and have heard several other lawyers taking a few pages ... Read full review

Review: The Defense Never Rests

User Review  - Joni - Goodreads

I was a teenager when I read this book and I was completely impressed by the world of law and how fascinating the people who were accused of various crimes were defended in court. Highly recommended! Read full review

Contents

Alone
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THE TORSO MURDER AND OTHER BEGINNINGS
13
Origins IS 2 The Torso Murder
19
Copyright

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