Workers Write! #7: Tales from the Courtroom

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Workers Write! is an annual literary journal -- theme-oriented collections of the best stories from the workplace.

Workers Write! #7: Tales from the Courtroom

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Workers Write! Tales from the Courtroom contains stories from the legal worker's point of view.

In this volume:
  • Bench Book by Charles Reynard
  • Mother, With Child by Tony Press
  • Family Law by Kristin Roedell
  • Matt the Closer by Jeffrey A. Dickerson
  • The Barrister by John Lambremont, Sr.
  • Old Soldiers by Randall Patterson
  • Pled by Cynthia Schwartzberg Edlow
  • Serves You Right by Jack Ewing
  • Leaving the Station by Michael Del Muro
  • Gone Accourting by Liz Hufford
  • retainers by Joseph A. Farina
  • criminal courtroom by Joseph A. Farina
  • principles of sentencing (juvenile court) by Joseph A. Farina
  • transubstantiation by Joseph A. Farina
  • Affirmed by Anthony J. Mohr
  • May it Please the Court by Leslie B. Neustadt
  • Amicus, Briefly by Juliet Hubbell
  • Reading the PSI by Charles Reynard
  • Huntz's Law by Tom Green
  • Lord Coke Unbenched by Dan Gunter
  • Additional Information

    Author David LaBounty (editor)
    Publisher Blue Cubicle Press
    Page Count 130pp
    Publication Size 5.5 x 8.5
    Publication Notes softcover
    Publication Date Spring 2011
    ISBN 978-0982713624

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