Reversal of fortune: inside the von Bülow case

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Random House, 1986 - Law - 276 pages
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The defense attorney and Harvard law professor provides an insider's account of the trial, appeal, subsequent retrial, and acquital in the murder case of Claus von Bulow, profiling the people involved

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No one could ever accuse Alan Dershowitz of not having Chutzpah, he's got it and then some. In taking over the Appeal of the Von Bulow case, my recollections of at least ten years ago, is that D used ... Read full review

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In 1982, Claus von Bulow was convicted of twice trying to murder his rich, socialite wife, Sunny, but a retrial last year exonerated him. Did von Bulow do it or not? Unlike William Wright, author of ... Read full review


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About the author (1986)

Alan M. Dershowitz is currently the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at the Harvard Law School. He appears frequently in the mainstream media as a commentator and analyst on a variety of issues, including national security, torture, civil liberties, and the Middle East peace process. He is the
author of Rights From Wrongs: A Secular Theory of the Origins of Rights, America on Trial: Inside the Legal Battles That Transformed Our Nation, Shouting Fire, and Preemption.

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