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Inadmissible Evidence: The Story of the African-American Trial Lawyer Who Defended the Black Liberation Army Evelyn Williams

Inadmissible Evidence: The Story of the African-American Trial Lawyer Who Defended the Black Liberation Army

Evelyn Williams

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ISBN : 9780595141708
Paperback
244 pages
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Excerpts from Kirkus Review (11-1-1993)Any analysis of the American Black experience demands close attention to both the political and the personal, and this extraordinary memoir by Williams offers just that, as well as making a noteworthyMoreExcerpts from Kirkus Review (11-1-1993)Any analysis of the American Black experience demands close attention to both the political and the personal, and this extraordinary memoir by Williams offers just that, as well as making a noteworthy contribution to recent American legal History.Becoming a Childrens Court probation officer she contended with the political pressures of placing the children of Ethel and Julus Rosenberg In the early 70s, the author took on her most important case, defending her niece, Assata Shakur, leader of the Black Liberation Army.