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Without a Doubt

Clark, Marcia, and Carpenter, Teresa

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ISBN 10: 0670870897 / ISBN 13: 9780670870899
Editorial: Viking, New York, 1997
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24 cm, 502 pages. Acid-free paper, illus., index. Signed by the author. The author was the lead prosecutor in the criminal trial of O. J. Simpson. N° de ref. de la librería 17480

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Título: Without a Doubt

Editorial: Viking, New York

Año de publicación: 1997

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: Very good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: very good

Edición: First Printing.

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Sinopsis:

Marcia Clark was the chief prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson trial that she believes is indicative of a cri minal justice system in crisis. She offers her own opinions on the trial and what needs to be done to make US justice wo rk more effectively. '

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Closing arguments in the infamous O.J. Simpson trial hadn't even been made when the first O.J. book--the defendant's own, I Want to Tell You--hit the stands, and the ink wasn't even dry on newspaper accounts of the jury's verdict when Johnnie Cochran, Christopher Darden, Mark Fuhrman, members of the Brown and Goldman families, detectives concerned with the case, and even journalists covering the trial hurried into the fray with their own tell-all versions of this latest "trial of the century." So perhaps Marcia Clark, the chief prosecutor in the Simpson case, is a little late to the dance with her offering, Without a Doubt, cowritten with Teresa Carpenter. After all, what more is there to say? Plenty, according to Clark.

In Without a Doubt Clark painstakingly recounts the trial proceedings, from jury selection to final summation, and concludes that nothing could have saved her case, given the prominent role of race in the defense's strategy and the hostile jury who heard it. In Clark's opinion, the prosecution's mountain of evidence should have convicted Simpson 20 times over; that it did not, she says, attests to a judicial system wracked by race and overly impressed by celebrity. Amidst war stories from the trial, Marcia Clark sprinkles plenty of details about her private life before and after O.J., from a teenage rape to her ex-husband's custody suit. Followers of the O.J. case will want to add Without a Doubt to their collection.

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