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No Noose is Good Noose by Lawrence B. Fox
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No Noose is Good Noose

by Lawrence B. Fox

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0972489118, Paperback)

So you think you didn't receive your fair share of Justice the last time you appeared in Court. Well, after you read these 40 short stories, perhaps you won't feel so bad, unless, of course, similar to a few of the author's clients, you're still sitting in jail.

You're about to meet nervous defendants, wide-eyed jurors, lawyers who aren't sure whether they have won or lost, and judges who can't tell the difference.

These misadventures are all true, except where the author has lied a little. Follow Lawrence B. Fox, Esquire, unknown trial attorney, as he attempts, either through spontaneous incoherence or premeditated dullness, to obtain acquittal through confusion. Once in a while someone actually pays him for his services - true Justice at last.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:36 -0400)

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