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About the book - Lawyers Broken Bad
Today’s highly dysfunctional legal system results in wrongful convictions and the ruination of innocent lives. Lawyers Broken Bad argues that the core problem stems from an imbalance in power in the highly personal lawyer-client relationship.
While wrongdoing in the legal system is being exposed today as never before by mass media, the focus of that wrongdoing is rarely placed on damaging lawyer-client interactions.
Lawyers Broken Bad explains how the diabolical use of psychology has come to replace law in a lawyer’s office. Two distinct legal systems are defined: Legal System 1– the legal system of myth and theory that we all hope to have, and Legal System 2– the legal system used in practice to achieve plea bargains, to avoid trials, and to protect members of the legal system itself from criticism.
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