The Case Against Lawyers

Paperback $19.00

Sep 23, 2003 | 256 Pages

Ebook $13.99

Oct 08, 2002 | 256 Pages

  • Paperback $19.00

    Sep 23, 2003 | 256 Pages

  • Ebook $13.99

    Oct 08, 2002 | 256 Pages

Praise

Advance Praise for The Case Against Lawyers:

“Catherine Crier blows the top off of the courthouse. Her very readable critique on how lawyers and judges have created chaos and injustice within our justice system is a must read!”
– Bill O’Reilly

The Case Against Lawyers puts the law back where it belongs – in the hearts, minds and hands of the American people – while revealing the tactics and ruses that took it away from them in the first place. Part judge, part sleuth, and all sage, Catherine Crier manages to make the ultimate case for a return to democratic justice.”
– Arianna Huffington

“Passionate and hard-hitting, The Case Against Lawyers makes an overwhelming case for broad legal overhaul. By applying her own strong moral code to America’s problems, Catherine Crier demonstrates the critical missing element in American law.”
– Philip Howard

“Catherine Crier knows where the bodies are buried in the legal world, and in this book, she unearths a graveyard of misdeeds by lawyers and makes a case for protecting the public from the self-serving way of the legal profession. As a former lawyer, judge, and now television anchor, Crier knows the sly and subtle way of lawyerly self-interest, and she has the journalistic skills to make non-lawyers take notice and seethe. Her book is a testament to all of us who revere the legal system but regret its correctible shortcomings.”
– Fred Graham, Chief Anchor, Court TV

“Catherine Crier lambastes the Democrats, the Republicans, the businessmen and the bureaucrats in this inspiring call to redemocratize America.”
– Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.


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