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The Case Against Lawyers

by Catherine Crier

Catherine Crier gives her take on the state of our legal system imprint with the national bestselling, The Case Against Lawyers: How the Lawyers, Politicians, and Bureaucrats Have Turned the Law into an Instrument of Tyranny – and What We as Citizens Have to Do About It. As one of the most respected legal journalists and commentators today, Crier confronts a profoundly unfair legal system that produces results and profits for the few – and paralysis, frustration and justice for many. She unmasks a litigation crazed culture where Americans have ceded their responsibility to resolve the problem of society by themselves to the lawyer-controlled authority – and with it their precious democratic freedom. The Case Against Lawyers challenges the reader to demand change – NOW.

A Deadly Game

by Catherine Crier

“A cold blooded sociopath doesn’t come along very often. Catherine Crier’s A Deadly Game gives us a nuanced, upclose look at a dangerous example: Scott Peterson. Full of never before reported facts and told with an eye to detail that only a former judge and veteran court reporter is capable of, this is a stick-to-your-fingers read. Start early, because it will keep you up late!” – Stephen J. Cannell

Final Analysis The Untold Story of the Susan Polk Murder Case

by Catherine Crier

“With the same discerning eye that makes her so unique, Catherine Crier unravels a tangle of sex, domination and pathology that culminates in murder. From Susan Path’s troubled beginning to her role as lawyer-defendant in one of the most startling trials in recent memory, Final Analysis illuminates a compelling true-life drama.” – Richard North Patterson

Contempt How the Right is Wronging American Justice

by Catherine Crier

Contempt is an indictment of the Far Right’s concerted attempt to usurp the power of the federal judiciary through political and religious intimidation and manipulation. Crier relates historical events that led to the clear separation of powers in this nation’s early years. She highlights just how fervently opposed the Founding Fathers would have been to this ultra-conservative attack on the integrity and independence of our nation’s courts.

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