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The Accused by Craig Parshall Book Summary:
When attorney Will Chambers and his new bride honeymoon in Cancun, they're shocked when terrorists kidnap a U.S. official. And when a secret hostage recovery team is accused of murdering unarmed civilians, the situation swiftly escalates from bad to worse.
The Jew Accused by Albert S. Lindemann Book Summary:
Three Jews--Alfred Dreyfus, Mendel Beilis, and Leo Frank--were charged with heinous crimes in the generation before World War I--Dreyfus of treason in France, Beilis of ritual murder in Russia, and Frank of the murder of a young girl in the United States. The affairs that developed out of their trials pulled hundreds of thousands of people into passionate confrontation. Quite aside from the lurid details and sensational charges, larger issues emerged, among them the power of modern anti-Semitism, the sometimes tragic conflict between the freedom of the press and the protection of individual rights, the unpredictable reactions of individuals when subjected to extreme situations, and the inevitable ambiguities of campaigns for truth and justice when political advantage is to be gained from them. This study explores the nature of modern anti-Semitism and the ways that politicians in the generation before World War I attempted to use hatred of Jews as a political device to mobilize the masses. The anti-Semitism surrounding the affairs is presented as an elusive intermingling of real conflict between Jews and non-Jews, on the one hand, and, on the other, fantasies about Jews derived from powerful myths deeply rooted in Western civilization. In attempting to untangle myth and reality and to offer a fresh look at the main personalities in the affairs many surprises emerge; heroes appear less heroic and villains less villainous, while real factors appear more important than most accounts of the affairs have recognized.
Teacher Accused by Alvin Granowsky Book Summary:
Glen McLean, freshly transplanted from New York to Texas, revels in his new life. Hes proud to be a teacher, proud to be on his own, and excited to build an authentic life true to his inner needs and feelings as a gay man. His idealism is soon interrupted. The Texas Sodomy Statute has been overturned by activist judges and religious conservatives are paranoid about the homosexual agenda and its impact on their childrens lives. An effeminate boy, Danny Anderson, is relentlessly bullied after his father forces him to admit his orientation to the church congregation. Still, Glens classroom lessons focus on respect and acceptance for all, including homosexuals. Glens essay assignment ignites an explosion of homophobic hatred. Editorials appear in the local newspaper against a homosexual teacher promoting tolerance of homosexuality in his classroom. To his horror, Glens accused of sodomizing Danny, the 15 year-old boy he has tried to protect. But times have changed even in this small Bible-belt community near Dallas. Glen stands firm, refusing to live a life of liesand the intolerance of the few collides with the compassion and respect of the many as they stand behind their beloved teacher.
Justice Accused by Robert M. Cover Book Summary:
What should a judge do when he must hand down a ruling based on a law that he considers unjust or oppressive? This question is examined through a series of problems concerning unjust law that arose with respect to slavery in nineteenth-century America. "Cover's book is splendid in many ways. His legal history and legal philosophy are both first class. . . . This is, for a change, an interdisciplinary work that is a credit to both disciplines."--Ronald Dworkin, Times Literary Supplement "Scholars should be grateful to Cover for his often brilliant illumination of tensions created in judges by changing eighteenth- and nineteenth-century jurisprudential attitudes and legal standards. . . An exciting adventure in interdisciplinary history."--Harold M. Hyman, American Historical Review "A most articulate, sophisticated, and learned defense of legal formalism. . . Deserves and needs to be widely read."--Don Roper, Journal of American History "An excellent illustration of the way in which a burning moral issue relates to the American judicial process. The book thus has both historical value and a very immediate importance."--Edwards A. Stettner, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science "A really fine book, an important contribution to law and to history."--Louis H. Pollak
Accused by Janice Cantore Book Summary:
Following a shooting in which she was involved, detective Carly Edwards is put on desk duty in the juvenile section, and she hates it. Then she is called to a murder scene. The victim is Long Beach's mayor, and the top brass suspect teenager Londy Atkins. But after investigating the case, Carly believes not only that Londy is innocent but that he is the victim of a cover-up. Enter Carly's ex-husband and fellow officer, Nick. Nick wants to convince Carly that he's a changed man, but can she trust him? Can she trust anyone?
The Guarantees for Accused Persons Under Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights by Stephanos Stavros Book Summary:
In recent times Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which protects the right to a fair trial has been increasingly raised by applicants who allege its breach in proceedings involving criminal or quasi-criminal charges. The extensive case law emanating from Strasburg that has thus been spawned has resulted in the formulation of detailed rules dictating the content of the guarantees afforded by Article 6. Indeed, a pan-European procedural standard for accused persons is beginning to emerge. This book is the first to make an in-depth analysis of the case law, and goes on to compare the European Convention cases with decisions which have arisen from the interpretation of other international instruments. The author's careful, meticulous research reveals that Article 6 has been interpreted in such a way that the standards required for proceedings designated under national law as criminal, are different than the standards applied to disciplinary and other administrative proceedings. The book goes on to attempt to identify the judicial policy pursued by the European Court and Commission when construing Article 6, while proposing a fresh approach to the problems raised by the applications of the detailed guarantees of the provisions in proceedings of a widely varied nature. "Dr Stavros" has been a member of the Athens Bar since 1987. He is currently employed as a legal expert by the Directorate of European Communities Affairs of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Accused! by Ee Chong Hui Book Summary:
When the ghost hunters received a message saying that there is a mystery in the third floor’s toilet, the ghost hunters immediately rushes to the toilet. But finding the ghost is not easy! They have to overcome the obstacles but with the time ticking away, can they work together and unleash their powers to unmask the thief before its too late?
Wrongfully Accused by Kollin L. Taylor Book Summary:
Wrongfully Accused is poetic look at how one’s life is altered by false allegations and misunderstandings. For some, this means time in a correctional facility. Anyone who is falsely accused of anything serves time in prison, even if it’s a mental prison—because fear sets in as the individual resumes the journey of life by walking on eggshells. Connect with the author on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KollinLTaylor.
The Accused by Richard J. Lewis Book Summary:
Richard Lewis had been a youth therapist, foster carer and teacher in a large city comprehensive school for over 20 years, but his personal integrity was suddenly brought into question by the claims of a former student 16 years ago. His dedicated life as a supporter of delinquent and wayward teenagers was brought to a sudden halt, where, at one point, suicide appeared to be the best way out. The Accused is a harrowing autobiography of an innocent man, a personal ordeal where it was felt that 'the system' presumes one is 'guilty till proven innocent'. When a child abuse allegation is made, where two people stand by irreconcilable testimonies, a strategy group of professionals has to make a decision that has serious long-term consequences. The Accused presents the voice of a victim subjected to an uncorroborated disclosure. This book argues for a review of current child protection procedures, for an examination of stereotypical beliefs and assumptions centring of an enquiry, and for the case to examine the social implications of making unfounded allegations of abuse against professional personnel.
The Accused by Jeffrey Archer Book Summary:
Innocent or guilty? You decide. Jeffrey Archer's play, The Accused, is a tense courtroom drama with a difference. The audience will act as the jury, as if they were in the Central Criminal Court at the Old Bailey. You will have to decide... Did Dr Sherwood murder his wife? Was Jennifer Mitchell his mistress? Which of his alibis should you believe. The choice will keep you on the edge of your seats, and at the end of the trial you will be invited to deliver your verdict of guilty or not guilty. Once you have made that decision the play will continue - with one of two different endings, depending on your verdict. Only then will you finally discover the truth. The Accused premiered at the Theatre Royal, Windsor, in September 2000.
The Accused by Jana DeLeon Book Summary:
USA TODAY bestselling author Jana DeLeon has a new trilogy-Mystere Parish: Family Inheritance After working as a cop in New Orleans, Carter Trahan is back in Mystere Parish, where his latest assignment seems like a joke: making sure Alaina LeBeau lives in her childhood home for two weeks to comply with her mother's will. But soon the sexy sheriff isn't laughing. Someone-or something-is stalking the beautiful defense lawyer, turning her once-grand mansion into a house of horrors. But as he searches for the truth, Carter must face ghosts of his own past lurking in the bayou. Most troubling of all is his unprofessional attraction to the woman he's protecting, as Alaina's allure haunts him as no specter ever could....
Falsely Accused by "Gus" Payne,R. E. Payne Book Summary:
At last, the answers detailing why New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison and the U.S. Justice Department refused to investigate Mafia boss Carlos Marcello in connection with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The true story of official corruption and deception over decades where the very existence of organized crime was denied by Garrison, the city's Superintendent of Police, the Special Agent in Charge of the FBI in New Orleans, and other U.S. Justice Department officials, even though Carlos Marcello was named as a possible "conspirator" in JFK's assassination by the U.S. House Committee on Assassinations. The author provides a penetrating firsthand account of officially tolerated corruption in the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Orleans by explaining in detail the "bogus" conspiracy case created to snare the reporter in Federal extortion charges, forcing him to trial to prove his innocence.
Wrongly Accused by Laura Scott Book Summary:
A DESPERATE FATHER Only one thing matters to Caleb O'Malley: his daughter. Framed for his wife's murder, Caleb's only wish is to see his little girl. But Noelle Whitman, his daughter's foster mother, isn't buying his plea of innocence until bullets start flying and they're running for their lives. Staying one step ahead of the real killer proves nearly impossible, but former SWAT cop Caleb will risk everything to keep them safe. Because now there is nothing more important than Noelle and his daughter—not his freedom, not even his life. SWAT: Top Cops—Love in the line of duty