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Injustice Brian Harris

Injustice By Brian Harris

Injustice by Brian Harris


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Injustice

Injustice Summary

Injustice: State Trials from Socrates to Nuremberg by Brian Harris

To a lawyer, injustice is the unfair conduct of a trial. This book looks into several notorious cases of supposed injustice, Socrates, Joan of Arc, Charles I, Admiral Byng, Lord Haw-Haw, and the Nuremberg Trials. It looks for answers to the legal question 'was the trial fair?', and the humane question 'was the accused guilty or innocent?'.

About Brian Harris

Brian Harris OBE, QC is a leading criminal lawyer. He has written a number of books on legal subjects, including The Literature of the Law, an anthology of the most important and interesting legal pronouncements of the last four centuries.

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GOR002725293
9780750940214
0750940212
Injustice: State Trials from Socrates to Nuremberg by Brian Harris
Used - Very Good
Hardback
The History Press Ltd
2006-03-16
241
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