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Justice - Crimes, Trials, and Punishments

by Dominick Dunne

Justice - Crimes, Trials, and Punishments by Dominick Dunne
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    Jun 2001, 288 pages
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    May 2002, 352 pages

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Terry (10/24/02)

At times, I couldn't put this book down, even though Mr. Dunne seems to ramble sometimes and repeat himself.

As horrifying as the murders ALL are, the fact that justice was ignored somehow makes them even worse.

not important (05/21/02)

this book had a lot intrresting stories that really amazed me, since i'm in the major of criminal justice. I liked this book and i hope that more people would read a book like this. It really teaches a life lessons
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