Black’s Law: A Criminal Lawyer Reveals His Defense Strategies in Four Cliffhanger Cases
The title of Roy Black’s first book alludes to the renowned legal dictionary, and the reference is appropriate: Black is beyond a reasonable doubt the definitive defense attorney. Considered among the best advocates for the accused in the United States, he has had clients that included William Kennedy Smith and Rush Limbaugh. But in Black’s Law, the former public defender and law professor recounts the strategies and tactics he employed to safeguard the freedom of four lesser-known clients: Luis Alvarez, Thomas Knight, Steve Hicks, and Fred De La Mata.
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The Ride of My Life
This is a book about CLIMBING TO THE TOP BOTH ON AND OFF THE TRACK. Helio tells of his early racing days, his time on Dancing with the Stars, something that he did that was outside his comfort zone, his most thrilling wins and worst defeats, the trial, which was the first time he was forced to slow down, stop and look back; and of course, the birth of his daughter.
His story is one of incredible ups and downs. And he claims that THE DOWNS HAVE MADE HIM WHO HE IS TODAY. They have brought him to this amazing moment in his life.
“DURING THE DOWNTIMES YOU FIND OUT WHO YOUR FRIENDS ARE . . . AND YOU FIND OUT WHO YOU ARE.”
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DSK, Kobe, Assange, Flatley: Did they deserve to be smeared before a verdict? Roy Black argues no.