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The Freedom to Kill free pdf "The law is anything you make it up to be. There's no math involved." -Nicholas Winterstein, defense attorney in the racially charged city of Detroit. Judge Goodwin Marshall goes from poverty to the bench, to the inner circles of the civil-rights movement, and the NAACP. Winterstein is drawn into the affairs of Goodwin Marshall when the judge is indicted for insider trading. But securities law is not Winterstein's area. Why come to him? And how do Jessup Carthage, famed civil-rights leader, Huey Newton (the Black Panther Party), and the Nation of Islam fit into the case? As crime, murder, and corruption are revealed throughout the present culture of the civil-rights movement, Winterstein is drawn back to the very house where he was born and raised-to an inescapable past.

About J W Nicholas

J.W. Nicholas, a student of literature, astronomy, and Greek tragedy, which he refers to as "our system of laws," is an accomplished athlete in track and field, golf, and tennis. As a private pilot, he divides his time among his native city of Detroit, Kansas City, and Texas.

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Author : J W Nicholas
Publisher : Copperthwait Books
Data Published : 27 February 2015
ISBN : 0692313842
EAN : 9780692313848
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 302 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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