Impractical Justice (Paperback)
Is a book based on the justice system in the State of New Jersey. The wrongful convictions of innocent men who are convicted by the real criminals who practice negligence in criminal proceedings. The conspiracy hidden behind smoke screens that you don't see until it's far to late.
This book also brings you up close and personal to real cases that you can research on your own to verify the injustice that result from malpractice. Malpractice that has been transpiring for decades and still exist today.
When you watch the news and see innocent people being released from prison after doing decades of their life behind the wall, "it's not a gimmick". The question is why? Who's responsible? Is it racism? How often do you see any other race outside of Negro's who were wrongfully convicted and released after serving majority of their lives in prison?
Take a walk with me, as I take you on a journey through the Impractical Justice of the Justice System.