Operation Greylord

Author: Brocton Lockwood
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The author, a former judge in Illinois, recounts how he worked with the FBI to end the widespread corruption in the Chicago court system

Operation Greylord

Author: Brocton Lockwood
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The author, a former judge in Illinois, recounts how he worked with the FBI to end the widespread corruption in the Chicago court system

Operation Greylord

Author: Terrence Hake
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ISBN: 9781641051552
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Operation Greylord is the definitive account of the largest corruption bust ever in the history of the United States, told from the prospective of Terrance Hake , who worked under cover posing as a corrupt prosecutor.

The Fbi

Author: Athan G. Theoharis
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780897749916
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"Since its inception in the early 20th century the Federal Bureau of Investigation has emerged as a dominant agency in the American judicial system. Within its 10 chapters, this source provides a comprehensive chronological history of and guide to the FBI that includes information about the facilities, the organizational structure, and biographies of key individuals. This reference source will not only please FBI enthusiasts, but it also serves as an excellent resource for those interested in U.S. history, criminal justices, and American culture. Also included is an extensive chronology of key events, a subject index, and an authoritative bibliography. Numerous photographs throughout the book illustrate the essays, along with graphs and tables. An excellent reference source for all libraries".--"Outstanding Reference Sources : the 1999 Selection of New Titles", American Libraries, May 1999. Comp. by the Reference Sources Committee, RUSA, ALA.

Operation Greylord

Author: Benton, Marvin
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The Legal Reformer

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Aba Journal

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The ABA Journal serves the legal profession. Qualified recipients are lawyers and judges, law students, law librarians and associate members of the American Bar Association.

Chicago Tribune Index

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Brokers Bagmen And Moles

Author: David Greising
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471530572
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Describes the two year government undercover operation investigating corruption and illegal practices in the two Chicago commodity exchanges and culminating in the indictments of 46 industry professionals. Describes how these very complicated markets function and how their ``old-boy club'' style first created the problems and later shielded many of its members from investigation and prosecution. A true inside account, it explores rampant fraud and abuse in the futures markets.

Introduction To Criminology

Author: Frank E. Hagan
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1412979714
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Introduction to Criminology, Seventh Edition is a comprehensive introduction to the study of criminology designed for an introductory undergraduate courses. The book focuses on the vital core of criminological theory--theory, method, and criminal behavior. Hagan investigates all forms of criminal activity, such as organized crime, white collar crime, political crime, and environmental crime. He explains the methods of operation, the effects on society, and how various theories account for criminal behavior. New to this edition: Expansion of material on psycho-social and bio-social theories Additional coverage of terrorism in Ch. 11, along with ethics in the research methods chapter, Ch. 2 New chapter on Cybercrime New Epilogue on the future of crime and the newest criminological theories New Career Feature Boxes New Crime Files Feature Boxes End-of-Chapter Web Research Exercises New full-color design and photo program In-text links to study site Expanded study site resources including video of the author and original podcasts recorded by the author for each chapter Blackboard and Web CT compatibility

Fbi Undercover Operations

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights
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New Mexico Law Review

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Legal Ethics

Author: Ronald D. Rotunda
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ISBN: 9780314932310
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The American Dictionary Of Criminal Justice

Author: Dean J. Champion
Editor: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810854062
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Combines a dictionary of key legal terms with an index of leading United States Supreme Court cases indexed by type of case, such as death penalty, right to counsel, and searches and seizures.

Criminal Law And Procedure For The Paralegal

Author: Edward C. Carter
Editor: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: 1543801684
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Using actual examples from practice, Criminal Law and Procedure for the Paralegal, Third Edition, teaches students about the real-world experience of the paralegal, with coverage of local, state, and federal criminal cases. Working with the various types of cases presented in this book familiarizes students with the role of the paralegal in the process of investigation, prosecution, and defense, in criminal cases. Edward Carter’s successful building-block approach explains the basic elements of all criminal offenses and how those elements are used to define crimes. New to the Third Edition: Updated throughout, with deeper examination of certain subjects and new material reflecting the evolution of certain areas of the law in response to technology. New case cites throughout, with discussion of Carpenter v. United States, Madison v. Alabama, and Timbs v. Indiana decisions. Expanded discussion of universal jurisdiction in Chapter 6. New section on searches of electronically stored information In Chapter 16. Examines the two different views courts have developed about how the rules relating to overbreadth and particularity should be applied to searches of electronically stored information, discusses the Stored Communications Act of 1986 and the 2018 amendment to the Act relating to search warrants for stored communications of “U.S. persons,” and contains a discussion of the application of the plain view rule to searches of electronically stored information. Expanded discussion of the cruel and unusual punishment clause of the Eighth Amendment in Chapter 21 now covers when that clause prohibits the execution of a person who becomes incompetent after being sentenced to death, along with consideration of the application of the excessive fines clause to civil forfeitures. Professors and students will benefit from: A sensible, four-part organization: Introduction to the criminal justice system Distinction between criminal law and criminal procedure Criminal law Criminal procedure Clear explanations of the basic elements of all criminal offenses, including an accessible, systematic approach to analyzing the legal nature of any criminal offense. Edited cases that illustrate key concepts. Eye on Ethics and Historical Perspective sidebars. Helpful pedagogy, including chapter objectives, definitions in the margins, and review questions. An integrated treatment of white-collar crime. Broad coverage of a wide range of criminal investigations, from police investigations to administrative and grand jury investigations.

Prosecutorial Misconduct Law Procedure Forms

Author: Joseph F. Lawless
Editor: LexisNexis
ISBN: 1579113184
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We've all encountered prosecutors who are only interested in improving their "conviction scorecard" and regularly tread on the Bill of Rights in the name of their own ambition. The Duke Lacrosse Team case and the recently dismissed prosecution of U.S. Senator Ted Stevens are merely emblematic of the kind of prosecutorial abuses that have long plagued our system of criminal justice. In the wake of scandals such as Enron, KMPG, ImClone and WorldCom, lawmakers continue to give federal and state prosecutors expanded, unbridled power to investigate and prosecute, fueling this ambition and encouraging prosecutorial abuse. Now, Philadelphia lawyer Joseph F. Lawless, a former Assistant District Attorney, Special Prosecutor and active criminal defense lawyer, gives you the benefit of his 32 years of experience to help protect your clients from prosecutorial misconduct with this authoritative and practical work. Considered the definitive treatise on the subject, this newest edition of Prosecutorial Misconduct provides a comprehensive and scholarly analysis of every prosecutorial abuse, from the initiation of a criminal investigation through the appeal and post-conviction stages for both federal and state jurisdictions. Unlike other works, however, Prosecutorial Misconduct also provides the defense bar with proven battle plans. Included in this edition is a complete collection of motions, briefs and arguments from actual cases handled by noted defense lawyers such as David Kendall, Gerry Spence, Billy Martin, James Brosnahan, John Cline, Michael Tigar and Joe Lawless, such as: • the Jayson Williams murder case; • the Clinton/Lewinsky grand jury probe; • the Wen Ho Lee espionage prosecution; • the prosecution of "American Taliban" John Philip Walker Lindh; • the Oklahoma City Bombing trial, United States v. Terry Lynn Nichols; • the "Buddhist Temple" fundraising case, United States v. Maria Hsia; • the Linda Tripp wiretap investigation; • the Doug Gilmore NHL extortion case. This newest edition also examines: • the Hyde Amendment; • the Principles of Federal Prosecution for Business Organizations; • the White Collar Crime Penalty Enhancement Act. Prosecutorial Misconduct sets out innovative, aggressive strategies developed in the crossfire of the courtroom by accomplished, successful defense lawyers, and is a must for every defense lawyer's library.

Aba Journal

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The ABA Journal serves the legal profession. Qualified recipients are lawyers and judges, law students, law librarians and associate members of the American Bar Association.

Basic Criminal Procedure

Author: Yale Kamisar
Editor: West Academic
ISBN: 9780314263728
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Press Summary Illinois Information Service

Author: Illinois. Information Service
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The Fallen Angel

Author: John Alex Harrison
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1796054186
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In 1993, Michael Pappenhauser, a Catholic Monsignor, is shot in the head and stuffed into the trunk of his own Buick. A priceless artifact is missing so says emissaries from the Vatican in Rome. A postmarked letter from Mexico to the Gazelle Daily News in San Bernardino is evidence that the priest was alive in Mexico. The killer is never found. The seemingly perfect crime. 16 years later, Prosecutor Johnny Drake discovers that Tony Buffalino had accused the Monsignor of infidelity with his wife, the rich, beautiful, and world renown diviner of the Tarot, Madame Ivory. She wears a ring of Fortune, that when she blows on it, her eyes glow red like the Devil. Tony telephones Scott Hartless a.k.a. Mr. S. Monk, a devout monk at the Canterbury Cathedral in England is an assassin willing to kill anyone and anything to defend the faith of the Roman Catholic Church. Scott leaves for America and is arrested by patrol officer Big Will who tells him that confession is good for the soul. Sheila Williams, an African- American gay defense attorney from Palm Springs, takes the case. She elicits the help of a robot named Roberta with artificial intelligence and vast legal knowledge. The robot is the first synthetic human who is sentient with the capability to testify in court. The robot will soon be knocking on the U.S. Supreme Courthouse doors. Cyberspace libraries from around the world fling open their coffers and money comes rolling in to the Mr. S. Monk Defense Fund. On the courthouse steps, the robot is assassinated, Pandemonium, like an atomic bomb sends the crowds into chaos. This is a gripping novel that pulls the reader into the lives and sexual affairs of the characters in what looks like a world gone mad. Electrifying and shocking. Brilliantly executed.