This book exposes a side of the American justice system that average Americans never see - the corrupt side. It introduces a game designed to mitigate corruption in the American justice system. Through the narrative it shows the reader how an average American can achieve justice in an environment designed to benefit the wealthy, powerful and corrupt.
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A Game Called Justice based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
A fantastic story about the court system and how pro se litigants are treated. The author takes you not only inside the court room, but the steps it takes to get there. The book is very well written, easy to follow, and makes you feel as though you are actually in the court room with the author. The stress that can come from going to court, to the corruption that is wide spread throughout our country. If you thought Erin Brockovichs story was good, you'll find Ms. Glascoe's Fantastic! She holds nothing back, and exposes the Evil we have come to know as "Justice".