The Districts

The Districts An Unprecedented Plunge Into New York City S Federal Court System That Gives Us A Revelatory Picture Of How Our Justice System, And The Pursuit Of Justice, Really WorksA Young Italian Mafioso Helps Get Rid Of A Body In Queens In Manhattan, A Hedge Fund Portfolio Manager Misrepresents His Company S Assets To Investors At JFK International Airport, A College Student Returns From Jamaica With Cocaine Stuffed In The Handle Of Her Suitcase These Are Just A Few Of The Stories That Come To Life In This Comprehensive Look At The Southern District Court In Manhattan, And The Eastern District Court In Brooklyn The Two Federal Courts Tasked With Maintaining Order In New York City Johnny Dwyer Takes Us Not Just Into The Courtrooms But Into The Lives Of Those Who Enter Through Its Doors The Judges And Attorneys, Prosecutors And Defendants, Winners And Losers He Examines Crimes We Ve Read About In The Papers Or Seen In Movies And Television Organized Crime, Terrorism, Drug Trafficking, Corruption, And White Collar Crime And Weaves In The Nuances That Rarely Make It Into Headlines Brimming With Detail And Drama, The Districts Illuminates The Meaning Of Intent, Of Reasonable Doubt, Of Deception, And Perhaps Most Importantly Of All Of Justice

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  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • The Districts
  • Johnny Dwyer
  • 26 September 2018
  • 9781101946541

11 thoughts on “The Districts

  1. says:

    Goodreads Giveaway You remember those old Law Order TV shows, how they d show the lawyers leveraging, debating, and cutting deals This books takes that premise and dives much deep into the process, the people, and the locations involved It s was fascinating to learn how different and distinct the Eastern and Southern districts of New York are from each other An example of this is an aphorism used in the book in reference to the cases surrounding terrorist suspects The Eastern District gets them before the bomb goes off, the Southern gets them after Each of the sections focus on a different type of criminal sector and tells an exemplary story of a case, using a variety of perspectives lawyers, judge, juror, etc for each This book doesn t spend much time dwelling on the law, but focuses on the application of the law in a courtroom and impacts this has on the defendants, litigants, the state, and society If you re a legal thriller fan, you ll like how this book provides real world perspectives And of course, if you like true crime, this is right up your alley.

  2. says:

    Thank you Goodreads, for my copy of this book.I really enjoyed reading about the different cases covered in the book Although I read the newspaper every day, Mr Dwyer was able to expand my understanding of both the workings of the Districts in New York and the people that make them powerful The book reads like a who s who from the headlines, but the additional material made each person real and so human.I learned a lot about the city I m from as well.Did I expect to love this book Not really, but did I ever

  3. says:

    A wonderful deep dive into the federal district courts of NYC He takes you through the evolution of how they came to be and the cases that flow through the courts today, all seen through the judges, prosecutors, defenders, defendants and even a jury member Fascinating and lively as you could ever want.

  4. says:

    A super interesting and detailed look into the federal court system in NYC Johnny gives you an inside look at a system we all hear about everyday but most people likely know very little about It s approachable and easy to digest, since it s mostly case studies If you re curious about the justice system but get overwhelmed by the jargon, this book is right up your alley.

  5. says:

    Excellent book

  6. says:

    A very interesting book about the federal district courts of NYC Worth the read

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