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Above The Law by Paul Palango
In 1989, Assistant Commissioner Rod Stamler quit the RCMP in dismay at what had happened to the integrity of the police force he’d joined as a young man. As head of the force’s Economic Crime Directorate – its fraud and corruption unit – Stamler found his investigations were being stymied by a federal government intent on protecting its own. There was, he decided, no future for him in a police force that allowed itself to be directed by politicians who placed themselves above the law. In his book, no one was above the law, no one. When Stamler left, he took his personal records with him, documents he later allowed Paul Palango, an award-winning journalist, to peruse. The result of their collaboration is Above the Law, a chilling portrait of a man and a police force under increasing political pressure to look the other way whenever a good friend of the government illegally dipped into the public purse. Almost from his very first investigation of corporate corruption, when Stamler joined the new Commercial Crime Branch in 1968, he found that the paper trails he followed led to the doors of Canada's elite. He first discovered an attempt to rig bids in the proposed salvage of the sunken oil tanker the Irving Whale. He then went on to uncover habitual dredging scams in Hamilton Harbour, massive fraud on the Department of Regional Economic Expansion by the Cartier Mint, and major corruption in the Sky Shops affair involving Senator Louis Giguère. Now he was investigating whether Senator Michel Cogger had been peddling his influence with his good friend Prime Minister Brian Mulroney – an investigation doomed by the RCMP’s obsequiousness toward the Mulroney government. A once proud and independent police force had been leashed by its self-proclaimed political masters.
Above The Law by Matthew Whitaker
Matthew Whitaker is a former Acting Attorney General of the United States, chief of staff to the Attorney General of the United States, and U.S. Attorney. He earned his B.A., M.B.A., and law degree at the University of Iowa and was the Hawkeyes’ starting tight end in the 1991 Rose Bowl. Now back in private life, Whitaker is a frequent guest on Fox News. Matthew Whitaker came to Washington to serve as chief of staff to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and following Sessions’s resignation, he was appointed Acting Attorney General of the United States. A former football player at the University of Iowa who had been confirmed by the Senate as a U.S. Attorney, Whitaker was devoted to the ideals of public service and the rule of law. But what he found when he led the Department of Justice on behalf of President Trump were bureaucratic elites with an agenda all their own. The Department of Justice had been steered off course by a Deep State made up of Washington insiders who saw themselves as above the law. Recklessly inverting, bending, and breaking the law to achieve their own political goals, they relentlessly undermined the Constitution by flaunting the rightful authority of a President they despised. Whitaker was an outsider with a desire to see justice done and democracy work. In his straightforward new book, Above the Law, he provides a stunning account of what he found in the swamp that is Washington. Whitaker reveals: • How former FBI Director James Comey and top figures in the Justice Department openly worked against President Trump • How the Deep State relies on the complicity of the mainstream media to achieve its ends • How the Deep State—drawing on elite universities and corporate law firms—perpetuates itself, keeping a small clique of people in power to ensure that nothing ever changes • How Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged Russian collusion quickly concluded there was no evidence of wrong- doing by the President or his campaign but nevertheless produced a massive report that was intended as an act of political subversion If you had any doubts that the Deep State actually exists, that it perpetuates a government of insiders, and that it inexorably pursues a political agenda of its own, then you will find Whitaker’s first-person account eye-opening and utterly convincing.
The Law Above The Law by John Warwick Montgomery
From the description on the back of the book: "We are well on the way to the fulfillment of this prophetic statement. When the level of public virtue falls, our interpretation of justice tends to modify downward. If, therefore, our only criterion for judging ethical action is the current collective conscience, we have no valid standard whatever, since that conscience is constantly being altered. Result: Our legal system is fast becoming the tool of public opinion. Is there an alternative? Montgomery insists that modern men must begin once again to judge their behavior on the basis of God's revelation of right and wrong. In this little book he argues his case briefiy but brilliantly, and conveys a sense of certainty that is both challenging and refreshing."
Above The Law by Skolnick Fyfe
The now-famous videotape of the beating of Rodney King precipitated a national outcry against police violence. Skolnick and Fyfe, two of the nation's top experts on law enforcement, use the incident to introduce a revealing historical analysis of such violence and the extent of its survival in law enforcement today.
Not Above The Law Level 3 Lower Intermediate by Richard MacAndrew
"George, a Dublin lawyer, opens his eyes. It's 7am. There's blood, thick dark blood, in his bed. What's happened? It's not his blood, so whose is it? George wants to know. And so does Inspector Sean Murphy of the Dublin police."--Cover.
If You Want To Get Rich Build A Power Niche by Bruce M. Stachenfeld
If You Want to Get Rich - Build a Power Niche is the magic bullet written by a rainmaker lawyer, “not” an academic in an ivory tower, that shows readers how to implement the strategic marketing process of building a Power Niche step-by-step. Any individual, regardless of their experience level, can potentially build a multi-million-dollar business by implementing the strategic marketing process of building a Power Niche. The Power Niche is based on the theory that ownership (monopoly power) in a small niche is dramatically stronger than having little or no ownership in a larger market. If You Want to Get Rich - Build a Power Niche explains in easy-to-understand terms a very simple but effective way to augment the sales and marketing program of almost any individual and company. From startups to larger established companies and firms, this technique can be used by individuals at the beginning of their careers or by sales superstars who want to do even better. The technique shown in If You Want to Get Rich – Build A Powerful Niche can also be implemented by professionals who work in personal services industries such as legal, financial, insurance, consulting, and accounting firms or by those who work to sell and market products. Unlike other “how–to” books, this guide is derived from the actual day-to-day experience of one of the most successful real estate lawyers in the toughest market for legal services in the world: New York City. Although this concept has certainly been proposed before, Bruce M. Stachenfeld, Esq shows readers exactly how to build their power niche and find success.
Above The Law by James Boyd
Attorneys Above The Law by Dennis Schuelke
When Dennis Schuelke hired a lawyer to recover money stolen by a fraudulent company, he expected justice. What he got was anything but. Even an offer of $700 to sign a gag order couldn't keep Dennis from exposing the latest American lawyer standards to the public. He wants everyone to see first hand what the real latest ethics and standards are for the so-called legal profession. You are going to be SHOCKED!
The Nominee by Leslie H. Southwick
President George W. Bush nominated Leslie H. Southwick in 2007 to the federal appeals court, Fifth Circuit, based in New Orleans. Initially, Southwick seemed a consensus nominee. Just days before his hearing, though, a progressive advocacy group distributed the results of research it had conducted on opinions of the state court on which he had served for twelve years. Two opinions Southwick had signed off on but not written became the center of the debate over the next five months. One dealt with a racial slur by a state worker, the other with a child custody battle between a father and a bisexual mother. Apparent bipartisan agreement for a quick confirmation turned into a long set of battles in the Judiciary Committee, on the floor of the Senate, and in the media. In early August, Senator Dianne Feinstein completely surprised her committee colleagues by supporting Southwick. Hers was the one Democratic vote needed to move the nomination to the full Senate. Then in late October, by a two-vote margin, he received the votes needed to end a filibuster. Confirmation followed. Southwick recounts the four years he spent at the Department of Justice, the twelve years on a state court, and his military service in Iraq while deployed with a Mississippi National Guard Brigade. During the nomination inferno Southwick maintained a diary of the many events, the conversations and emails, the joys and despairs, and quite often, the prayers and sense of peace his faith gave him--his memoir bears significant spiritual content. Throughout the struggle, Southwick learned that perspective and growth are important to all of us when making decisions, and he grew to accept his critics, regardless of outcome. In The Nominee there is no rancor, and instead the book expresses the understanding that the difficult road to success was the most helpful one for him, both as a man and as a judge.