Civics, Law, and Justice – How We Became U.S.
Civics, Law, and Justice – How We Became U.S.: Insights from a Trial Judge
English | 2020 | ASIN: B08FTKPD46 | MP3@128 kbps | 3h 1m | 163.46 MB
Author: J. Layne Smith
Narrator: Todd Eflin
If you have questions about U.S. civics, law, and justice but don’t want to wade through dry and dull legalese to get the answers, you will love this down-to-earth collection of essays that provide an insider’s view of the legal system. In this book, career trial lawyer and judge J. Layne Smith offers crystal-clear insight and straightforward answers to everything you’ve ever wondered about the art and science of justice in American history and society.
How does a judge feel when handing down a sentence? Which is better: A republic or a democracy? And what do King Henry VIII and his six wives have to do with the U.S. Constitution? Infused with Smith’s warmth, clarity, and humor, this accessible collection will make you feel like you’re learning about this while having a cup of coffee with a knowledgeable friend.