Great World Trials
Edward W. Knappman
Gale Research, 1997 - Law - 536 pages
Complementing Great American Trials, this text covers 100 famous trials and cases from world history. Trials are selected based on political, historical, or legal significance, notoriety and courtroom dramatics. Chronologically arranged entries feature important facts and an essay that summarizes the trial's impact and discusses the significance and legal issues of the case.
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