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The Accused

Author : John Grisham
Publisher : Turtleback Books
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 42,98 MB
Release : 2013-04-09
Category :
ISBN : 9780606316965

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For use in schools and libraries only. When Theodore Boone, kid lawyer, is accused of robbery, he vows to do whatever it takes to prove his innocence.

The Accused

Author : Harold R. Daniels
Publisher : Wildside Press LLC
Page : 149 pages
File Size : 14,87 MB
Release : 2019-01-01
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 1479448982

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They said he murdered his wife. They didn't say why...

The Accused

Author : Deborah Chiel
Publisher :
Page : 180 pages
File Size : 18,27 MB
Release : 1988
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780671670719

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Accused

Author : Tonya Craft
Publisher : BenBella Books
Page : 433 pages
File Size : 32,34 MB
Release : 2016-10-04
Category : Law
ISBN : 1942952864

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This is the true story of a woman who prevailed against the most heinous accusations imaginable. Tonya Craft, a Georgia kindergarten teacher and loving mother of two, never expected a knock on her door to change her life forever. But in May 2008, false accusations of child molestation turned her world upside down. The trial that followed dragged her reputation through the mud and lent nationwide notoriety to her name. Tonya's life spiraled into a witch-trial nightmare in which she was deemed guilty before her innocence could be determined by a jury. Her children were taken away without even a goodbye, and her own daughter was forced to take the stand against her in a courtroom. The situation seemed hopeless, and Tonya was shell-shocked and heartbroken. But that didn't keep her from finding the strength to fight. Over the course of two terrifying years, Tonya rallied to take charge of her own defense, flying across the country and knocking on doors on a desperate quest for answers, and defying her own lawyers on more than one occasion. Tonya's goal was not only to avoid conviction; it was to clear her name, and, most of all, regain custody of her children. Accused is about more than Tonya's shocking trial and fight for justice. It is the story of a mother's extraordinary love, the faith that sees her through it all, and the forgiveness that sets her free.

The Accused

Author : Alexander Weissberg
Publisher : Pickle Partners Publishing
Page : 495 pages
File Size : 15,26 MB
Release : 2016-07-26
Category : History
ISBN : 1786259656

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First published in 1951, this is both a personal narrative and forensic analysis of the methods employed by Stalin and the G.P.U. during the Great Purge from the middle of 1936 to the end of 1938. It is the exploration of the systematic imprisonment, interrogation and extraction of false confessions from millions of people that is extraordinary. Weissberg explains how victims of the state police were forced to make confessions incriminating not only themselves but also co-conspirators. This practice was aimed at destroying the relations of trust between those who were responsible for the Russian revolution. Those who were not killed in camps in the Soviet Arctic were divided and conquered. Hence, the central thesis in the book is that the Russian revolution and communism in the Soviet Union were irrevocably destroyed and ended in the 1930s during the terror of the Stalinist purges. A remarkable and little known contribution to our understanding of the events in the Soviet Union.

Representing the Accused

Author : Jill Paperno
Publisher : Aspatore Books
Page : 274 pages
File Size : 20,24 MB
Release : 2012
Category : Law
ISBN : 9780314285294

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Whether you are a law clinic student making your first foray into criminal defense, a newly admitted attorney, a general practitioner, or an attorney whose practice is concentrated in criminal defense, Representing the Accused will provide you with invaluable advice as you navigate your way through a criminal case. Authored by an experienced criminal defense attorney in a large public defenders office who has personally handled thousands of criminal cases, supervised representation in thousands more, and trained scores of attorneys, this book provides insight and guidance on how to efficiently and effectively manage each step in the handling of a criminal case. In order to help you provide quality representation to your clients, this publication offers clear explanations of a criminal attorneys role at every stage, from the arrest through the conclusion of the case.

The Accused

Author : Jeffrey Archer
Publisher : A&C Black
Page : 105 pages
File Size : 32,26 MB
Release : 2014-02-17
Category : Drama
ISBN : 1472536509

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Innocent or guilty? You decide. Jeffrey Archer's play, The Accused, is a tense courtroom drama with a difference. The audience will act as the jury, as if they were in the Central Criminal Court at the Old Bailey. You will have to decide... Did Dr Sherwood murder his wife? Was Jennifer Mitchell his mistress? Which of his alibis should you believe. The choice will keep you on the edge of your seats, and at the end of the trial you will be invited to deliver your verdict of guilty or not guilty. Once you have made that decision the play will continue - with one of two different endings, depending on your verdict. Only then will you finally discover the truth. The Accused premiered at the Theatre Royal, Windsor, in September 2000.

Accused

Author : Amber Hunt
Publisher : Diversion Books
Page : 264 pages
File Size : 47,63 MB
Release : 2018-09-18
Category : True Crime
ISBN : 163576453X

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Transcripts from the popular true-crime podcast tell the story of one of Ohio’s infamous cold cases: the fatal stabbing of a Miami University graduate. When Elizabeth Andes was found bound, stabbed, and strangled in her Ohio apartment in 1978, police and prosecutors decided within hours it was an open-and-shut case. Within days, Bob Young, a 23-year-old football player who’d found his college sweetheart’s lifeless body on their bedroom floor, was charged with her murder. To this day, police and prosecutors still say they had the right guy—even though two juries, one criminal and one civil, disagreed, and Young walked away a free man. Beth’s case went cold. Nearly four decades later, two Cincinnati reporters re-examined the murder and discovered that law enforcement ignored leads that might have uncovered who really killed Beth Andes. It wasn’t that there weren’t other people to look at. There were plenty. But no one bothered . . . until now. “A must-read for true crime fans, as well as people with even just a passing interest in the machinations of the legal system.”—The True Crime Files

Establishing the Rights of the Accused

Author : Don Rauf
Publisher : Enslow Publishing, LLC
Page : 128 pages
File Size : 33,94 MB
Release : 2016-12-15
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN : 0766084299

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The Miranda v. Arizona decision was instrumental in making sure that people accused of a crime are aware of all their rights and have equal access to counsel, even if they can not afford it. The Miranda rights, which are read to apprehended suspects, are one of the things people point to when they talk about American rights and freedoms. Readers will find out, in rich detail, how this now basic right came to pass. Also included are questions to consider, primary source documents, and a chronology of the case.

Vera Gran: The Accused

Author : Agata Tuszynska
Publisher : Knopf
Page : 321 pages
File Size : 45,49 MB
Release : 2013-02-26
Category : History
ISBN : 0307269124

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The extraordinary, controversial story of Vera Gran, beautiful, exotic prewar Polish singing star; legendary, sensual contralto, Dietrich-like in tone, favorite of the 1930s Warsaw nightclubs, celebrated before, and during, her year in the Warsaw Ghetto (spring 1941–summer 1942) . . . and her piano accompanist: W³adys³aw Szpilman, made famous by Roman Polanski’s Oscar-winning film The Pianist, based on Szpilman’s memoir. Following the war, singer and accompanist, each of whom had lived the same harrowing story, were met with opposing fates: Szpilman was celebrated for his uncanny ability to survive against impossible odds, escaping from a Nazi transport loading site, smuggling in weapons to the Warsaw Ghetto for the Jewish resistance. Gran was accused of collaborating with the Nazis; denounced as a traitor, a “Gestapo whore,” reviled, imprisoned, ultimately exonerated yet afterward still shunned as a performer . . . in effect, sentenced to death without dying . . . until she was found by Agata Tuszyñska, acclaimed poet and biographer of, among others, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Nobel laureate (“Her book has few equals”—The Times Literary Supplement). Tuszyñska, who won the trust of the once-glamorous former singer, then living in a basement in Paris—elderly, bitter, shut away from the world—encouraged Gran to tell her story, including her seemingly inexplicable decision to return to Warsaw to be reunited with her family after she had fled Hitler’s invading army, knowing she would have to live within the ghetto walls and, to survive, continue to perform at the popular Café Sztuka. At the heart of the book, Gran’s complex, fraught relationship with her accompanist, performing together month after month, for the many who came from within the ghetto and outside its walls to hear her sing. Using Vera Gran’s reflections and memories, as well as archives, letters, statements, and interviews with Warsaw Ghetto historians and survivors, Agata Tuszyñska has written an explosive, resonant portrait of lives lived inside a nightmare time, exploring the larger, more profound question of the nature of collaboration, of the price of survival, and of the long, treacherous shadow cast in its aftermath.