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What To Do, What To Do: The Crime of Sexual Assault


Our societal barometer is broken. Read More »

Study: 95 Percent of Personal Injury Cases Never Go to Trial


No one wants to be surprised with an unfavorable decision. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Prodigal’ by Michael Hurley


Can the magic of the sea release you from the bonds that often hold you back? Can belief in yourself help to redeem your past? Read More »

What Most People Don’t Know About the United States Constitution and Criminal Defense Lawyers

Criminal Defense Featured

Law-abiding people tend to be unprepared for interacting with law enforcement. Read More »

Book Review: The Lawyer’s Lawyer by James Sheehan

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. Read More »

Book Review: Chessman and His Nine Lives on Death Row by Terrence W. Cooney

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, Read More »

Book Review: This Case is Gonna Kill Me by Phillipa Bornikova

Phillipa Bornikova adds a supernatural and sexy twist to the New York City law scene in her debut. Read More »

Book Review: A Wilderness of Error by Errol Morris

A Wilderness of Error is a true-crime book that's both inspiring and headstrong. Read More »

Book Review: Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain by David Eagleman

An accessible and entertaining tour of modern brain science. Read More »

Book Review: With Liberty and Justice for Some: How the Law Is Used to Destroy Equality and Protect the Powerful by Glenn Greenwald

Author argues that equality under the law has become little more than a platitude in America. Read More »