raises the question of whether there is really justice in America. The book describes  the Author’s wife’s experience in confronting the justice system after several neighborhood kids falsely accused her of attempting to run them over.

When neighbors who also wanted them out of the neighborhood joined in as witnesses, this set in motion an unfair prosecution and a nightmare in a criminal justice system gone amok, which resulted in her being committed for several days for psychological evaluation, fee gouging, incompetence by defense attorneys, and more.

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Some New Approaches to Deal with the Growing Conflict Between the Police and the People by the Author of a Book on American Justice

Almost every day, the headlines feature another case of a citizen being killed by the police. These cases are occurring all over the country – and protests against the police are increasing, such as against Freddie Gray’s death in Baltimore and the killing of Mario Woods in San Francisco. The fear of terrorism is only upping the numbers. It’s an issue that Paul Brakke, author of American Justice?, has been examining, in considering what both the citizens and police can do to deal with this problem.

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