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And Justice for Some: An Exposé of the Lawyers and Judges Who Let Dangerous Criminals Go Free

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2008

    Win at any cost

    We have the best legal system of any country. She tells of cases that involve ruthless defense lawyers and ineffective judges. But she fails to write about RUTHLESS PROSECUTORS out to win at any cost. If she would have had it HER way, along with Nancy Grace's way the Duke students would be in prison right now. Neither of these prosecutors had any apology to give. Both are one-sided - out to win at any cost. Thank God for defense attorneys in this country...the best there is.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2007

    A dishonest, inaccurate account of the criminal justice system

    Wendy Murphy is, well, all about Wendy Murphy. She has made a career of being a one-sided pundit in favor of views that she holds without modification even when proven to be wrong. Just look at her commentary regarding the Duke students, where she went on the air and repeatedly said they were rapists, notwithstanding obvious problems in the case. Her book is a dishonest account and an oversimplification of the complex problems facing the criminal justice system. She is someone who seems to care more about stirring controversy and holding to her views than the victims she supposedly seeks to serve. This book is rubbish and she should be ashamed for attacking so many people who participate in the system. Her apparent failure to understand the importance of due process and fairness under our Constitution is rather extraordinary.

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