Courts and Criminals
COURTS AND CRIMINALS
CHAPTER I. The Pleasant Fiction of the Presumption of Innocence
CHAPTER II. Preparing a Criminal Case for Trial
CHAPTER III. Sensationalism and Jury Trials
CHAPTER IV. Why Do Men Kill?
CHAPTER V. Detectives and Others
CHAPTER VI. Detectives Who Detect
CHAPTER VII. Women in the Courts
CHAPTER VIII. Tricks of the Trade
CHAPTER IX. What Fosters Crime
CHAPTER X. Insanity and the Law
CHAPTER XI. The Mala Vita in America
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The Confessions of Artemas Quibble Being the Ingenuous and Unvarnished History of Artemas Quibble, Esquire, One-Time Practitioner in the New York Criminal Courts, Together with an Account of the Divers Wiles, Tricks, Sophistries, Technicalities, and Sundry Artifices of Himself and Others of the Fraternity, Commonly Yclept "Shysters" or "Shyster Lawyers"