Blind Justice

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Righter Bookstore, Oct 1, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 216 pages
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Masonry and ink. Imposing buildings and books are what first come to mind when the subject of "law" is broached. Without people, there would be no need for these buildings or books. The legal arena is populated by people building upon the experiences of their predecessors in an effort to define the rules of our civilization. It is an ongoing work that is never finished. The roles of lawyers and judges are defined within this construct. As people, their contributions to our system of laws are colored by their life experiences. Craig Brown has imparted his observations as lawyer, judge and part of our society to this epistle. He has a lot to share with us. In this regard, he assumes a new mantle: that of teacher and mentor. I'm glad he took the time to share his experiences with us.Archie L. Smith III
 

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Contents

Table of Contents Introduction
9
This I Believe and Who I Am
11
My Fair City
33
Defending the Indigent
37
The Death Penalty
47
Build It and They Will Come
73
The Bad and the Good
93
The Call to Public Service
107
Four Hearings
141
Seven Good Ideas
153
The War is Lost
169
Mike Nifong The Rest of the Story
177
Eve Carson and Abhijit Muhato
185
Hark the Sound The Aftermath
195
Good Neighbors Dont Always Live in Houses
203
Cry My Beloved Country Cry My Beloved State
209

The Judicial System
115
Taking the Bench and Moving On
125
About the Author
213
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