Diary of a DA: The True Story of the Prosecutor Who Took On the Mob, Fought Corruption, and Wonby Herbert J. Stern
A gripping inside account of the mechanisms of law and order.See more details below
A gripping inside account of the mechanisms of law and order.
Stern is a fascinated observer, thoroughly honest in both his job and his writing about it....It details the gritty realities of a prosecutor's office that few people witness.
An honest examination of how the justice system really works in the minor criminal courts of New York City. . . .more than a page-turner of a true crime story.
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Judge Herbert Stern is considered one of the most famous district attorneys in the history of the United States. He helped catch the killers of Malcolm X, indicted the head of the French CIA for shipping 100 pounds of heroin into the United States, prosecuted the real-life Tony Soprano, and convicted the mayors of Newark , Jersey City, and Atlantic City.
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