Reel justice; the courtroom goes to the movies, 2d ed.9780740754609
Reel justice; the courtroom goes to the movies, 2d ed.
Bergman, Paul and Michael Asimow.
Bergman and Asimow (both: law, UCLA UCLA University of California at Los Angeles
UCLA University Center for Learning Assistance (Illinois State University)
UCLA University of Carrollton, TX and Lower Addison, TX Law School) provide a guide to movies related to law subjects, organized by these topics: courtroom heroes, injustice, experts and frauds, comedies, corruption of justice, circumstantial evidence circumstantial evidence
In law, evidence that is drawn not from direct observation of a fact at issue but from events or circumstances that surround it. If a witness arrives at a crime scene seconds after hearing a gunshot to find someone standing over a corpse and holding a , civil actions, contempt of court, prejudice, the death penalty, military justice, and family law. The authors summarize sum·ma·rize
intr. & tr.v. sum·ma·rized, sum·ma·riz·ing, sum·ma·riz·es
To make a summary or make a summary of.
sum plots, address accuracy, and answer questions about legal issues and jargon jargon, pejorative term applied to speech or writing that is considered meaningless, unintelligible, or ugly. In one sense the term is applied to the special language of a profession, which may be unnecessarily complicated, e.g., "medical jargon. used in the films. This edition contains ratings and about 150 brief film reviews in a category called "short subjects." Indexes are by topic, rating, and movie title.
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