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Disorder in the American Courts: Real Quotes from Actual Court…

by Marcelle Boren

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 069227457X, Paperback)

A new, fully illustrated version is now available for only $9.95. Look for it on Amazon.com, www.amazon.com/Disorder-American-Courts-proceedings-CourtComics-com/dp/0692676643. Fun, creative drawings bring these quotes to life! Pick up a copy for your favorite pre-law student or law student as a graduation gift and share the laughter! The quotes contained in "Disorder in the American Courts" are things real people actually said, word for word, under oath in legal court proceedings and are forever immortalized in the public record. While trying to be completely serious, the words escaping their mouths are anything but. It is true that lawyers and witnesses say the darndest things. Please enjoy a good laugh at their expense.

(retrieved from Amazon Sun, 19 Jun 2016 17:41:42 -0400)

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