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100 1  Murphy, Wendy,|d1960- 
245 10 And justice for some:|ban exposé of the lawyers and judges
       who let dangerous criminals go free|h[Hoopla electronic 
       resource] /|cWendy Lement. 
250    Unabridged. 
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511 1  Read by Joyce Bean. 
520    When Wendy Murphy was a young prosecutor, she learned that
       the deck is stacked in favor of criminal defendants. 
       Between their arrest and (potential) conviction, murderers,
       rapists, and drug dealers get more than a fair shake-they 
       get an unfair advantage, often at the expense of their 
       victims. In many states, for instance, defendants can 
       subpoena a victim's private medical and counseling files 
       without any justification. They can threaten victims with 
       brutal cross-examinations if they dare to testify. They 
       can put on "dog and pony show" defenses that have nothing 
       to do with the truth-and even lie under oath with 
       virtually no risk of being prosecuted for perjury. These 
       kinds of injustices make Murphy fighting mad. She's made 
       it her mission to help the victims who get the least 
       protection from our twisted legal system. And in her first
       book, she guides readers through one horror story after 
       another about judges and lawyers who bend over backward to
       let the worst offenders go free. You'll meet judges who 
       unapologetically declare that they care more about their 
       liberal ideology than about the pain and suffering of 
       abuse victims; judges who let child molesters walk free 
       because they're "too frail" to go to prison; defense 
       attorneys who take big money from wealthy child molesters,
       then twist the Bill of Rights beyond recognition; and even
       a few prosecutors who go easy on criminals for their own 
       selfish reasons. Murphy's true stories will shock you, but
       they will also inspire you to join the fight for a more 
       rational system. This is an important book that is sure to
       infuriate America's legal establishment. 
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