0839700970 Book is very clean. Crisp pages. Tight binding. Personal dedication and signed by the author. Light shelf wear on dust jacket. Light fading on dust jacket.
County courthouses around the country have always been the arbitrators of disputes and conflicts that arise in a community. As a trial lawyer for nearly 40 years, Peter Langrock provides a unique perspective on how such events can change both a community and the practice of law in general. His view emerges from cases involving such well-known figures as Leo Durocher, Pearl Buck, and John Zaccaro as well as the stories of ordinary people whose names mean very little but whose stories hold universal appeal.