Jack Tobin, one of the best lawyers in the United States, takes it upon himself to represent a serial killer who he believes to be innocent.
On May 2, 1960, on its ninth attempt, the State of California executed Caryl Chessman. Cooney tells the story in the liberating form of a factually-informed novel,
Phillipa Bornikova adds a supernatural and sexy twist to the New York City law scene in her debut.
A Wilderness of Error is a true-crime book that's both inspiring and headstrong.
An accessible and entertaining tour of modern brain science.
Author argues that equality under the law has become little more than a platitude in America.
Will medical marajuana laws contiue to allow those most in need the relief garnered through use?
It's easy to confuse quotes from the Anti-Suffrage Movement with quotes with today's debates surrounding Female Reproductive Rights.
The NDAA issue now comes down to an argument between those who believe the NDAA should have protected the rights of citizens and those to whom those rights have no meaning.
House Judiciary Committee meets to discuss SOPA, collectively admit they don't know enough, and continue anyway.