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The Price of Justice


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Ronald Goldfarb, Washington DC attorney, author and literary agent studied at Syracuse University (A.B., LL. B.) and Yale Law School (LLM, JSD), worked for three years as a trial counsel in the U.S. Air Force JAG Corps, and for Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy for four years in the Justice Department prosecuting organized crime cases and in New York as Kennedy's speech writer in the 1964 election. His website (www.ronaldgoldfarb.com) lists his many writings and unique role in public affairs to the present.


"Attorney and literary agent Goldfarb (editor, After Snowden) delivers a lacerating critique of inequities in America's criminal and civil justice systems and the role of lawyers in perpetuating them... Legal professionals will want to take note." - Publisher's Weekly

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