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Book Review: The Wire: Crime, Law, and Policy
The Wire: Crime, Law, and Policy
By Adam M. Gershowitz
Reviewed by Allan F. Brooke II
By Allan F. Brooke II in April 2014
Category: The Champion Magazine
Book Review: Snow-Storm in August: The Struggle for American Freedom and Washington’s Race Riot of 1835
Book review of Snow-Storm in August: The Struggle for American Freedom and Washington’s Race Riot of 1835, by Maureen Rowland.
By Maureen L. Rowland in April 2014
Category: The Champion Magazine
Book Review: Dignity Rights: Courts, Constitutions, and the Worth of the Human Person
Book review of Dignity Rights: Courts, Constitutions, and the Worth of the Human Person, by Matthew T. Mangino.
By Matthew T. Mangino in April 2014
Category: The Champion Magazine
Book Review: The Hanging Judge

“One of the most well-respected judges in the country,” “a pillar of integrity,” and “the best federal judge we have had in anyone’s memory” is the way Judge Warren K. Urbom has been described by lawyers appearing before him. He has presided over the Wounded Knee trials, the Progressive Farmers Association trial, trials involving U.S. senators, professional athletes, and Barney (yes, the six foot purple dinosaur). Judge Urbom lets us in on the life of this federal trial judge: balancing life and career while attempting to dispense justice to all parties appearing before him.

By Emma Quinn-Judge in March 2014
Category: The Champion Magazine
Book Review: Called to Justice: The Life of a Federal Trial Judge

“One of the most well-respected judges in the country,” “a pillar of integrity,” and “the best federal judge we have had in anyone’s memory” is the way Judge Warren K. Urbom has been described by lawyers appearing before him. He has presided over the Wounded Knee trials, the Progressive Farmers Association trial, trials involving U.S. senators, professional athletes, and Barney (yes, the six foot purple dinosaur). Judge Urbom lets us in on the life of this federal trial judge: balancing life and career while attempting to dispense justice to all parties appearing before him.

By David McKnight in March 2014
Category: The Champion Magazine
Book Review: With Liberty and Justice for Some: How the Law Is Used to Destroy Equality and Protect the Powerful
In his latest book, Glenn Greenwald argues that when it comes to holding the political elite in Washington accountable for their criminal conduct, the notion of equal justice under the rule of law has been abandoned. The criminal laws are simply not applied against our nation’s most powerful elites, and to them, these laws have become “nothing more than advice or recommendation.” The result is an erosion of our only real guarantee against tyranny.
By Booth M. Ripke in September/October 2013
Category: The Champion Magazine
Book Review: Enemies Within: Inside the NYPD’s Secret Spying Unit and Bin Laden’s Final Plot Against America
With the assistance of Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden, journalists have had a treasure trove of data from which to write stories about actions taken by the U.S. government post-9/11. These actions, always characterized as having been taken “to keep Americans safe,” have in many instances been directed at Americans. This reporting has sparked a healthy debate about the scope of the national security state that has arisen in the United States in reaction to the horrific terrorist attack on New York City in 2001.
By Barry J. Pollack in September/October 2013
Category: The Champion Magazine
Book Review: Manifest Injustice: The True Story of a Convicted Murderer and the Lawyers Who Fought for His Freedom
Manifest Injustice is energetic, engaging, and emotional. The true tale of a murder mystery spanning half a century, it contrasts shoddy police work with energetic investigation by law students. It is a tale  featuring hope and despair, and is an incredible saga for 21st century, scientifically savvy America.
By Susan Elizabeth Reese in January/February 2014
Category: The Champion Magazine
Book Review: Yardbird USA: How the United States Became The World’s Leading Jailer

Yardbird USA is a satirical look into the policy of the United States on incarceration. Jack Cline uses the Pennsylvania criminal justice system and its sentencing scheme as an example of the problems faced by the nation.

By Brock Benjamin in December 2013
Category: The Champion Magazine
Book Review: Whiskey Island

Many county officials in Greater Cleveland — including a judge or two — have been charged with such federal crimes as bribery and money laundering and violating the public trust; some have been convicted, some still await trial, a few await sentencing. Les Roberts fictionalizes these events in Whiskey Island, his 14th novel featuring private investigator Milan Jacovich (MY-lan YOCK-o-vich).

By Gail Gianasi Natale in November 2013
Category: The Champion Magazine
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