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Doing justice : a prosecutor's thoughts on crime, punishment, and the rule of law / Preet Bharara.

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Burroughs-Saden Main - Bridgeport 347.73 BHARARA (Text to phone) 34000081457541 Adult New Nonfiction Checked out 06/25/2019

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Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Part I. Inquiry -- The truth is elusive : the boys -- Things are not what they seem : "urbane cowboys" -- Gold-standard investigators : the ethic of the mob buster Kenny McCabe -- The problem of confirmation bias : latent fingerprint 17 -- The need for rigor : a death in Soundview -- Curiosity and query : asking basic questions -- The principles of interrogation : "barbarism is not necessary" -- Snitches : the moral quicksand of cooperating witnesses -- Continuity and change : justice through innovation -- Part II. Accusation -- The grinding machinery -- God forbid -- Walking away -- Culture -- Bollywood -- Part III. Judgment -- Day in court -- The judge -- The trial -- Three men in a room -- The verdict -- Part IV. Punishment -- Baby Carlina -- Lord of the flies -- Beyond justice.
Summary, etc.:
The former United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York recounts captivating tales of true crime from his years atop the most storied prosecutor's office in the country -- inside stories of terrorists threatening America, mob hit men, billion-dollar fraudsters, corrupt politicians, and even a "cannibal cop". Bharara entertains us, but also inspires us to aim high, laying out a path for how to think and act to reach fair and morally correct judgments.
Subject: Bharara, Preet, 1968-
United States. District Attorney (New York : Southern District)
Justice, Administration of > United States.
Justice, Administration of > Moral and ethical aspects.
Criminal justice, Administration of > United States.
Government attorneys > United States > Biography.
Justice.
Rule of law > United States.
Genre: True crime stories.
Autobiographies.
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