The Underground Lawyer

Michael Minns’s The Underground Lawyer was written as a symbol of growing intolerance for those in government and in law who have abused their power and authority, and abused the rights of every day people. It also serves as encouragement to attorneys who represent these victims and who have found themselves the prey of this abuse. Written in a colorful and vivid voyeur perspective, The Underground Lawyer chronicles actual case histories, courtroom activities, and some of Minn’s history-changing appellate decisions where rulings have been overturned. Over the past 25 years, Minns has built a reputation as a fearless legal advocate and crusader for the little guy, and has represented hundreds of clients, from all over the United States, who have been wrongly accused by the IRS, law enforcement officers, government officials and even attorneys who took advantage, misrepresented or abused the rights of their clients. Since its initial release, law students across the country have used Minn’s colorful book as an insider’s guide that no one is beyond our system of justice – that despite power and authority – if someone has abused another’s civil rights, taken advantage of their ignorance, or gone beyond the parameters of their authority, they may end up as the subject of a litigation or even criminal charges. Minns also clearly establishes the ground rules for overturning court decisions on appeal. Many of Minn’s appellate decisions have become case law used again and again in similar legal actions.

Author: Michael Minns, Michael Louis Minns, Ron Paul,

Edition: 3rd

Binding: Hardcover

EAN: 9780929801018

Condition: New

Manufacturer: Gopher Publications, Inc.

Number of pages: 625

Product group: Book

Studio: Gopher Publications, Inc.

Publication Date: 2001-04

Publisher: Gopher Publications, Inc.

Pages: 625

ISBN: 0929801016

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