Along with the "Federal Forfeiture
Practice Manual", I have two other signifciant publications.
The first is "Why Just Her -- The
Judicail Lynching of the D.C. Madam, Deborah Jeane Palfrey".
The second is the "The
Brief". Asserting the premise that Justice is dead,
the Justicide Brief traces the historical development of justice from
the Magna Charta to the U.S. Constitution. Describing the Founding
Father’s vision for justice as defined in the Judiciary Act of 1789,
the Brief then continues by describing how that vision has been
Starting with the Judiciary Act of 1891, by silent approaches and
slight deviations from legal modes of procedure, the slow death of
Justice is detailed through to the present state of affairs where: (i)
decisions are made based upon the whim of a judge, (ii) the American
Bar Association has been given the power to determine who will be able
to practice law and sit as judges, and (iii) judges are absolutely
immune from the consequences of any judicial misbehavior.
Concluding with specific proposal to bring back to life the Justice the
Founding Father had envisioned, the Justicide Brief is a necessary read
for anyone clamming to be an informed citizen.