Author Lawrence Taylor
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Drunk Driving Defense, 7th Edition
Drunk Driving Defense, 7th Edition

Also known as the “Dean of DUI Attorneys,” author Lawrence Taylor, joined by colleague Steven Oberman, presents a concrete guide for preparing a drunk driving defense case. The field of drunk driving is ever increasingly difficult for defense lawyers. Drunk Driving Defense offers crucial information to ensure that the chemical, technological, and biological elements of a drunk driving case are fully understood.

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Category Law textbook
The DA: A True Story
The DA: A True Story

The DA: A True Story takes its readers, not only into the courtrooms of Los Angeles, California, but behind the scenes. The LA’s District Attorney Office, one of the largest in the world, experiences some of the world’s most hardened criminals. Author Lawrence Taylor, also one of the prosecutors for Los Angeles, reveals what goes on behind the scenes of what the mass media shows us. Firsthand, you will discover what the strength and dedication that is crucial to creating a good prosecutor.

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Category True Crime
To Honor and Obey
To Honor and Obey

Also known as “The Woman’s Lawyer,” Michael Dowd is one of America’s most respected criminal attorneys. To Honor and Obey follows Dowd through one of his most difficult cases of his career. With more uncertainties and twists than most suspense thrillers, To Honor and Obey is as much of a brilliant courtroom drama as it is an investigation of the many fascinating levels of the human psyche.

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Category True Crime
Trail of the Fox: The true story of a perfect crime
Trail of the Fox: The true story of a perfect crime

Norma Wilson, an aging California millionaire, is on a trip to Montreal. She makes an unexpected detour to Europe and never returns home. The investigator on the case, Bill Burnett, originally sees his case as a typical missing persons investigation. However, as he begins to uncover unusual clues he begins to think otherwise. Trail of the Fox tells the tail of a high suspense investigation into Wilson’s disappearance. Author Lawrence Taylor portrays the case in brilliant detail, while in the process questioning the judicial processes that can lead to a guilty criminal being set free.

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Category True Crime
A Trial of Generals
A Trial of Generals

A Trial of Generals is the full treatment of the judicial cases concerning the atrocities experienced during WWII between the Japanese and American soldiers, which were travesties of American judicial conduct. It tells the story not only of the background, charges, trials, and executions; it also tells the human story of three generals caught in a desperate bind involving the highest calling of the military profession – duty, honor, country.

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