Five dramatic trials of the twentieth century that dazzled the media and captivated the American public are the subject of this provocative book. In compelling and riveting narrative, the authors probe the sensational cases of Richard A. Loeb and Nathan F. Leopold, Jr., the Scottsboro "boys," Bruno Richard Hauptmann, Alger Hiss, and O. J. Simpson, highlighting significant lessons about criminal behavior and the administration of criminal justice.
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Published October 16, 1998
Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy.