Injustice in courtrooms is more common than most people think. It often results from judges who act more like kings than the legal referees they are supposed to be.
Attorney and former candidate for Attorney General, Dale Nathan, lays bare these imperial judges with 21 stories of judicial horror in the courtroom. And he names those judges and attorneys who abuse the law and render injustice to litigants.
But Nathan does more than that. In Part I, he identifies the problems that cause this injustice, like judges taking $150 gratuities from attorneys, and lack of accountability for bad judges. Then in Part II, Nathan lays out sound, logical and doable reforms that could bring justice to the courtroom.
334 Pages, Paperback
Minnesota Injustice: True Court Horror Stories With Names
By Dale Nathan. Edited by Dave Racer
Publisher Truth In Narrative