With Justice for None by Gerry Spence

With Justice for None

byGerry Spence

Paperback | October 1, 1990

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“A scathing indictment of how law is taught, practiced, and administered in this country . . . One of the best books ever written on the law.”—The Denver Post
 
Renowned trial lawyer Gerry Spence takes an in-depth look at the American justice system and reveals a terrible truth: If you don’t have power or money, then you likely won’t receive justice either. The wealthy buy their way out of trouble, while the poor are punished. In an effort to combat this corruption, the author devises a number of reforms, tackling issues in every area of the system from law school to the courtroom.
 
“Passionately eloquent and innovative, trial attorney Spence here argues the evils of the justice system itself and its abuse by monied interests such as corporations, ‘the most cruel, calculating, and accomplished criminals of all time.’”—Publishers Weekly

About The Author

Attorney Gerry Spence was born in Wyoming and educated at the University of Wyoming. Spence served two terms as a county prosecutor, ran for Congress as a right-wing Republican in 1962, and practiced courtroom law for 25 years without a defeat. After he evaluated what was important to him, Spence founded Trial Lawyer's College, which t...

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Title:With Justice for NoneFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 7.7 × 5 × 1 inPublished:October 1, 1990Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0140133259

ISBN - 13:9780140133257

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The famed trial lawyer best known for his work in the Karen Silkwood case here provides a penetrating, passionate look at the American justice system. His message is urgent and provocative: American citizens without wealth or power will rarely receive justice