Unequal verdicts: the Central Park jogger trials

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American Lawyer Books/Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Law - 335 pages
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An examination of one of the biggest rape cases in decades reconstructs the attack on the Central Park jogger; presents interviews with gang members, police, witnesses, and other victims; and discusses the trial. 25,000 first printing.

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UNEQUAL VERDICTS: The Central Park Jogger Trials

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Sullivan (news editor of the Courtroom Television Network) analyzes the Central Park Jogger trials in grim and fast-paced fashion. The April 21, 1989, assault on the anonymous woman known only as the ... Read full review

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Sullivan's lively style gives immediacy again to the Central Park jogger case--not surprisingly, as he is news editor of Court TV and a former editor of Manhattan Lawyer . He covers the arrest through ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
15
The Prelude
17
This Is My First Rape
19
Copyright

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Sullivan has an Electronics diploma and an associate degree in Computer Science.