Justice in America - Cheney Mason

Justice in America

By Cheney Mason

  • Release Date: 2014-07-07
  • Genre: True Crime
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 10 Ratings)
Check eBook ☑

Check AudioBook ♫

Read Justice in America Cheney Mason epub - ebook - audiobook

Read book description and reviews bellow

The Casey Anthony trial of 2011 is estimated to have drawn the television and reading attention of no less than a quarter of a billion people from around the world. In Justice in America, Anthony defense attorney J. Cheney Mason, who was brought in to save the case, asserts that the jury got it right, and that America, the media, and the public blinded by the nightly lights, got it all wrong.  His is the final chapter on the Anthony trial which ignited, mesmerized, and enflamed the public in a way not seen since the O.J. Simpson trial. It became the trial of this century and a piece of legal work destined to be studied for decades to come. Attorney Mason answers the remaining questions left by previous authors with a play-by-play account of what was happening behind the scenes with Casey. He shares never before revealed media bias, and enough case secrets to make readers re-examine their conscience and the quick path to judgment and personal conviction of Anthony.   A must-read for anyone who followed the trial; for anyone interested in justice and absolutely required reading for anyone pursing law or criminal justice as a life passion.

tags: Justice in America by Cheney Mason eBOOK; Justice in America ePUB; Justice in America book review; Justice in America book summary; book recommendations; book review blog; book summary website; Justice in America Audiobook; Cheney Mason; True Crime books; books to read Justice in America.

More Reviews

  • So one-sided!

    By Lennox El Gato
    I can only tell you that I had a difficult time stomaching the blatant liberal point of view from this author. I thought I was buying a book that would tell the real story behind this case; however, it became very apparent after the first chapter that the author was extremely biased toward Casey Anthony, and would not provide a story that was factual, but strictly opinionated. In fact, the author prefaces his sentences and thoughts so much, you wonder if he's trying to convince himself of Casey's innocence?

User Comments