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As a judge or juror in the United States, you have the power to grant millions of dollars in damages, to declare someone guilty or not guilty of a crime, and, in some states, even to decide if another human being should live or die. The twenty real-life court cases, not only give you a fascinating look at justice in action, they give you a chance to step onto the bench or into the jury box and decide what your verdict would be. At the end of each chapter, you'll find out how the actual jury decided — did you decide the same way? You Be the Judge: 20 True Crimes and Cases to Solve should be read by everyone who is a fan of true crime and courtroom drama.

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									You Be the Judge
Author: Judge Norbert Ehrenfreund



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Table of Contents

?Author to Reader viiAcknowledgments xi1. Less Than a Nation 12. Young Hopefuls 133. A Matter of
Class 334. A Rebellion Pays Off 475. States in Disarray 616. Springtime in Philadelphia 757.
Washington’s Way 938. Welcome Arrivals 1039. A Striking Start 12110. Small States Strike Back
13511. A Wave of Confidence 14712. Hamilton Stuns the Meeting 15913. A Great Man’s Support 17114.
Exciting Associates 18115. Presidential Questions 19316. Distaste for Finance 20317. Courts and
Compromises 21518. Signed but Not Sealed 22719. Jefferson Reacts 23520. Rejecting Europe’s Ways
24921. Formidable Opposition 25522. Narrowest of Victories 27123. “Long Live George Washington” 
28524. The Truth about Rhode Island 29325. The First Fruits 299?Epilogue: A New Place in World
History 313The Constitution of the United States 321Source Notes 337Index 349
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As a judge or juror in the United States, you have the power to grant millions of dollars in damages, to
declare someone guilty or not guilty of a crime, and, in some states, even to decide if another human
being should live or die. The twenty real-life court cases, not only give you a fascinating look at justice in
action, they give you a chance to step onto the bench or into the jury box and decide what your verdict
would be. At the end of each chapter, you'll find out how the actual jury decided — did you decide the
same way? You Be the Judge: 20 True Crimes and Cases to Solve should be read by everyone who is a
fan of true crime and courtroom drama.
Author Bio
Judge Norbert Ehrenfreund
Judge Ehrenfreund is a graduate of Stanford Law School and was a trial judge of the Superior Court in
California for thirty years. In 2001 the National Conference of State Trial Judges bestowed its prestigious
Award of Judicial Excellence upon Judge Ehrenfreund at the annual meeting of the American Bar
Association, an award given annually to one judge in the United States as trial judge of the year. 


								
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