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Competing Harms

Competing Harms

by Al Kramer
Competing Harms

Competing Harms

by Al Kramer


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Alan, a brilliant, charismatic law student, shocks everyone by quitting school. He is persuaded by Sevana, a captivating grad student to help organize a national student anti-war movement. The coverup, twists and shocking turn of events by powerful arms dealers conspiring to foil Alan's attempt to shorten an unpopular war and jeopardize their billion-dollar military contracts bewilder him at every move. He is living a riddle within a mystery- one that he will have to struggle to solve in a riveting David vs. Goliath courtroom battle where an uneven struggle between good and evil is to be fought and justice does not always prevail…or will it?

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ISBN-13: 9781667830193
Publisher: BookBaby
Publication date: 08/01/2022
Pages: 356
Sales rank: 939,011
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Al Kramer has had a distinguished political and judicial career as an attorney, a City Councilor, a Member of the Mass. House of Representatives, a Chief Policy Advisor to the Governor of Massachusetts, a District Court Presiding Judge for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Adjunct Professor in Criminal Justice at Brandeis University's Florence Heller Graduate School and a national and international lecturer on Criminal Justice.

Selected by Boston Magazine as the most outstanding District Court Judge in Massachusetts and the recipient of the Harold DeWolf Award "to the person who has made the most significant contribution to the cause of Justice in America." His innovative programs have been featured on Sixty Minutes on two separate segments: its innovative first in the nation Victim Restitution Program (moderated by Dan Rather) and its model Domestic Abuse Program that was the stimulus for the Violence Against Women Act (moderated by Ed Bradley). Judge Kramer has published numerous articles and Op-Ed pieces regarding court reform.

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