Andy Thibault reminded me of the heroes of my youth, the great muckrakers
of the early 20th century."
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Click here to read the entire Foreword by F. Lee Bailey
"Those who think they know the law will be enlightened; those who
care about social justice will be outraged; and those who care about a
good read will be thrilled. Thibault is one
part Thurgood Marshall, one part H.L. Mencken, and one part Raymond
Written in plain, crisp language, Law And Justice In Everyday Life has been a hit with cops, lawyers, shopkeepers, homemakers and even with those who haven't read a book in a long time. Readers have identified with the common experiences and frustrations recorded in this narrative. And yet there is also hope for those who would exercise their citizenship by holding public servants accountable. This book makes a difference, and you can, too.
258-page book begins with an examination of the cover-up of a hit-and-run
death in New London, CT, followed by unsolved murders in Stamford and
Darien in which police know the prime suspects. A prediction on the
performance of Michael Skakel in the Martha Moxley murder trial highlights
Government misconduct in Boston, Washington, Oklahoma is examined throughout the book's 12 chapters. A chapter on Civil Rights And Freedom Of Speech recounts the heroic struggles of librarians, students, gay parents and whistleblowers as they aspire to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Honest and talented police officers and prosecutors tell their stories in chapters entitled On The Job, For The People and Cops And Perps.
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