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Justice, as the old saying goes, must be seen to be done. Sometimes justice must be seen to be believed. That’s the case in Bluenose Justice, a collection of true stories drawn from Nova Scotia’s legal past. It’s an eclectic mix of the slightly offbeat and the deadly serious, where a wise-cracking judge and a crafty embezzler rub shoulders with a shadowy executioner and co ...more
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Published 1996 by Lancelot Press (first published January 1st 1993)
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