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Works under MDS 345.76
- The Innocent Man by John Grisham
- The Autobiography of an Execution by David R. Dow
- Tulia by Nate Blakeslee
- Stories of Scottsboro by James E. Goodman
- The Dreams of Ada by Robert Mayer
- Blood Will Tell: The Murder Trials of T. Cullen Davis by Gary Cartwright
- Law & Disorder by John Douglas
- Others Unknown: Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing Conspiracy by Stephen Jones
- Scottsboro, Alabama: A Story in Linoleum Cuts by Lin Shi Khan
- Books on Trial: Red Scare in the Heartland by Shirley A. Wiegand
- My Father and Atticus Finch: A Lawyer's Fight for Justice in 1930s Alabama by Joseph Madison Beck
- American Grotesque: An Account of the Clay Shaw-Jim Garrison-Kennedy Assassination Trial in New Orleans by James Kirkwood
- The Trial of the Scottsboro Boys (The Civil Rights Movement) by David Aretha
- Flood of Lies: The St. Rita's Nursing Home Tragedy by James Cobb Jr.
- The Past Is Never Dead: The Trial of James Ford Seale and Mississippi's Struggle for Redemption by Harry N. MacLean
- Remembering Scottsboro: The Legacy of an Infamous Trial by James A. Miller
- Infinite Hope: How Wrongful Conviction, Solitary Confinement, and 12 Years on Death Row Failed to Kill My Soul by Anthony Graves
- The Scottsboro Case (Events That Shaped America) by Sabrina Crewe
- Temple Houston: Lawyer With a Gun by Glenn Shirley
- Scottsboro and Its Legacy: The Cases that Challenged American Legal and Social Justice (Crime, Media, and Popular Culture) by James R. Acker
- The Scottsboro Boys by James Haskins
- The Scottsboro Boys in Their Own Words: Selected Letters, 1931-1950 by Kwando M. Kinshasa
- Lone Star Justice: A Comprehensive Overview of the Texas Criminal Justice System by David M. Horton
- Tennessee's New Abolitionists: The Fight to End the Death Penalty in the Volunteer State by Amy L. Sayward
- The Scottsboro Boys Trial: A Primary Source Account (Great Trials of the 20th Century) by Lita Sorensen
- Texas Justice by Gary Cartwright
- Gibson's Suits in chancery : a treatise setting forth the principles, pleadings, practise, proofs, and processes of the jurisprudence of equity : with illustrative forms of pleadings, writs, orders, reports, decrees, and other proceedings in suits in chancery from their beginning to their ending and many practical suggestions for solicitors and masters by Henry Richard Gibson
- The Man from Scottsboro: Clarence Norris and the Infamous 1931 Alabama Rape Trial, in His Own Words by Kwando Mbiassi Kinshasa
- The Diamond Bessie murder and the Rothschild trials by Traylor Russell
- Black Communists Speak on Scottsboro: A Documentary History by Walter T. Howard
- Texas Criminal Law: Principles and Practices by Jerry L. Dowling
- Epperson V. Arkansas: The Evolution/Creationism Debate (Landmark Supreme Court Cases) by Jonathan L. Thorndike
- Gateway to Justice: The Juvenile Court and Progressive Child Welfare in a Southern City (Studies in the Legal History of the South) by Jennifer Trost
- Racism on Trial: From the Medgar Evers Murder Case to Ghosts of Mississippi (Famous Court Cases That Became Movies) by Wim Coleman
- Violence against women in Kentucky : a history of U.S. and state legislative reform by Carol E. Jordan
- The Scottsboro Boys (Essential Events) by David Cates
- A system of penal law for the state of Louisiana: Consisting of a code of crimes and punishments, a code of procedure, a code of evidence, a code of reform and prison discipline, a book of definitions by Edward Livingston
- Murder in New Orleans; seven famous trials by Robert Tallant
- Sex, murder & the unwritten law : gender and judicial mayhem, Texas style by Bill Neal
- Power, greed, and hubris : judicial bribery in Mississippi by crockettjamesr
- An Appeal for Justice: The Trials of the Scottsboro Nine (Lucent Library of Black History) by John F. Wukovits
- Texas criminal procedure, code and rules by Texas
- The Skeptical Juror and The Trial of Cameron Todd Willingham by J. Bennett Allen
- Tennessee pattern jury instructions. (T.P.I.--Crim.) / Criminal by Karen M. Yacuzzo
- Texas sentencing by Ken Anderson
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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Melvil stands for "Melvil Decimal System," named after Melvil Dewey, the famous librarian. Melvil Dewey invented his Dewey Decimal System in 1876, and early versions of his system are in the public domain.
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The Melvil Decimal System is NOT the Dewey Decimal System of today. Wordings, which are entered by members, can only come from public domain sources. The base system is the Free Decimal System, a public domain classification created by John Mark Ockerbloom. Where useful or necessary, wording comes from the 1922 edition of the Dewey Decimal System. Language and concepts may be changed to fit modern tastes, or to better describe books cataloged. Wordings may not come from in-copyright sources.