Down and Dirty Justice by Gary T. Lowenthal
A Chilling Journey into the Dark World of Crime and the Criminal Courts

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When Professor of Law Gary T. Lowenthal takes a sabbatical and descends from the ivory towers of academia, he finds himself in a very different system of criminal justice than the one her trains his students to expect. Working in the trenches at the county attorney's office, he becomes entangled in a provocative kidnapping trial, one that takes him deep into a dark and disturbing world of criminals, victims, attorneys and judges, where innocence isn't always the best defense.

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Gary T. Lowenthal is a tenured professor at Arizona State University and a visiting professor at Stanford Law School and the University of Virginia.
Published December 1, 2012 by New Horizon Press. 326 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Literature & Fiction, Law & Philosophy, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Part memoir, part journalism and part appeal for reform, this sensible, well-written book is a fine introduction to the challenges facing our justice system today.

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