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Guilty: The Collapse of Criminal Justice
Drawing on a career's worth of experience and using the O.J. Simpson trial as a prime example, a well-respected state supreme court judge makes the case for 10 major reforms of the criminal justice system, including the end of unanimous jury verdicts; the elimination of the Miranda rulings; and a new interpretation of the Fourth and Fifth Amendments.
Paperback, 256 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Grand Central Publishing
(first published January 23rd 1996)
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I'm stalled. It's hard to continue reading once an author completely contradicts themselves, then practicality declares themselves an elitist. He has some good points about the idiocy of technicalities being used to free convicted murderers and other serious offenders, but apparently he believes first time juvenile offenders fall into the same category, and no offender deserves consideration as a potentially intelligent human being. There are better books I should be reading.