Easy Guide to the Legal System by Fannie Smith

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There is right and wrong under law. This book explains the difference. It defines crimes, punishment, good and bad behavior. It tells you how to minimize punishment or extend it. It looks at the court system from a court reporter's view - the best seat in the courtroom, and armed with legal knowledge - always there, and always neutral. Some persons have been seriously harmed, wronged, and/or abused, and find it impossible to conform because they never had a chance to benefit from the laws that protect them. The system goes by tried and true laws and finds a place that's right for the accused - somewhere between rehabilitation and punishment.

About Fannie Smith

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Smith spent over 40 years as a court reporter in the Minneapolis/ST. Paul area. She served on the Governor's committee for women's rights in 1950, was the first woman member of the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, and was the only court reporter listed in the 1958 issue of Who's Who of Minnesota. She also lives in Sun City, AZ.
Published August 17, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 348 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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