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Conviction

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Conviction by Denise Mina Book Resume:

A REESE WITHERSPOON x HELLO SUNSHINE BOOK CLUB PICK A true-crime podcast sets a trophy wife's present life on a collision course with her secret past in this thriller from Denise Mina. The day Anna McDonald's quiet, respectable life exploded started off like all the days before: Packing up the kids for school, making breakfast, listening to yet another true crime podcast. Then her husband comes downstairs with an announcement, and Anna is suddenly, shockingly alone. Reeling, desperate for distraction, Anna returns to the podcast. Other people's problems are much better than one's own -- a sunken yacht, a murdered family, a hint of international conspiracy. But this case actually is Anna's problem. She knows one of the victims from an earlier life, a life she's taken great pains to leave behind. And she is convinced that she knows what really happened. Then an unexpected visitor arrives on her front stoop, a meddling neighbor intervenes, and life as Anna knows it is well and truly over. The devils of her past are awakened -- and in hot pursuit. Convinced she has no other options, she goes on the run, and in pursuit of the truth, with a washed-up musician at her side and the podcast as her guide. "Daredevil storytelling at its finest...Offers plot twists and zig-zags that take readers on a wild ride...A giddy celebration of the art of storytelling itself." --NPR's Fresh Air

Innocent

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Innocent by Scott Christianson Book Resume:

A look at the prisioners who are unfairly imprisioned, written by a journalist.

Conviction: Written By Blood: Book One

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Conviction: Written By Blood: Book One by Dwayne Gill Book Resume:

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A Conviction in Question

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A Conviction in Question by Jim Freedman Book Resume:

A Conviction in Question follows the foundational and controversial trial of Thomas Lubanga Dyilo, a murderer whose trial is paramount in tracing the rapid evolution of international law.

Conviction

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Conviction by Donald J. Newman Book Resume:

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Ethics of Conviction and Civic Responsibility

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Ethics of Conviction and Civic Responsibility by Yuichi Moroi Book Resume:

Despite a long history and tradition in the United States, conscientious objectors to war have always been in the minority. Only a handful of objectors dissented against World War I and II, and their voices were never influential in respect to the state's war policy or public opinion. This book examines the challenges posed by conscientious objectors during World Wars by focusing on two main themes: ethic of conviction and ethic of civic responsibility. In this groundbreaking study, author Yuichi Moroi asks: How did conscientious objectors express their conviction in the case of the state's imperative for war? On what basis could conscientious objectors define their civic responsibility and act upon it? Ethics of Conviction and Civic Responsibility asserts that despite the tension between the individual and society as experienced by conscientious objectors, there is a connection between them that holds a unique combination of conviction and civic responsibility.

Conviction Without Compromise

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Conviction Without Compromise by Norman Geisler,Ron Rhodes Book Resume:

From the earliest days of the church, Christians have struggled with questions related to unity and the handling of doctrinal differences. In this book you'll find clear guidance from Scripture about the doctrines on which it's essential for Christians to agree, and the doctrines on which believers can graciously agree to disagree. This landmark resource will equip you to take an uncompromising stand on the essentials of the faith while promoting love and unity among true believers. Book jacket.

The Performance of Conviction

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The Performance of Conviction by Kenneth John Emerson Graham Book Resume:

Belief or skepticism, obedience or resistance to authority, theatricality or stoic self-possession - Kenneth J. E. Graham explores these alternatives in the culture of early modern England. Focusing on plainness - a stylistic feature of much Renaissance writing - he surveys texts including Wyatt's anti-courtly verse, the Puritan Admonition to Parliament, Ascham's Scholemaster, Greville's non-dramatic writings, and works of Shakespearean tragedy, revenge tragedy, and verse satire. Graham shows how plainness functions not only as a literary style, but also as a mode of political and religious rhetoric that reflects powerful historical currents. Plainness is a result of the claim to possess the plain truth - a self-evident, absolute truth. In the absence of rhetorical criteria for truth, however, plainness registers a conviction that is plain to those who share it but opaque to those who don't. The plain truth can denote either the truth proclaimed and enforced by a public authority, whether liberal or conservative, or the truth of private conviction, which may oppose public authority. According to Graham, the pervasiveness of plainness in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries is evidence of a failure of consensus, as authorities made conflicting, irresolvable claims to certainty. The rhetoric of plainness, he asserts, reveals a profound opposition between the attitude of persuasion, a moderately skeptical, pragmatic, and inclusive outlook characteristic of Erasmian humanism, and a stance of conviction, an absolutist, essentialist, and exclusive attitude more typical of Neostoicism and political and moral conservatism.

Conflict of Conviction

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Conflict of Conviction by William C. Kashatus Book Resume:

Addresses the popular misconception that all Quakers, historically, have been absolutely against war and participation in civil government during a time of war. By examining the personal, theological and moral dilemmas and sacrifices of individual Friends and Quaker groups who, complied with the Revolutionary War effort, this book provides a new understanding of the diversity as well as complexity of the Quaker involvement in the American Revolution. Contents: Thomas Paine & the Ideology of the American Revolution; The Fighting Quaker-Nathanael Greene's Conflict of Conviction; Quakerism, Patriotism & Transformation in the Valley Forge Community, 1684-1778; and The Lamb's War Ethic of the Free Quakers.

Wrongful Conviction

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Wrongful Conviction by C. Ronald Huff,Martin Killias Book Resume:

Imperfections in the criminal justice system have long intrigued the general public and worried scholars and legal practitioners. In Wrongful Conviction, criminologists C. Ronald Huff and Martin Killias present an important collection of essays that analyzes cases of injustice across an array of legal systems, with contributors from North America, Europe and Israel. This collection includes a number of well-developed public-policy recommendations intended to reduce the instances of courts punishing innocents. It also offers suggestions for compensating more fairly those who are wrongfully convicted.

WRONGFUL CONVICTION

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WRONGFUL CONVICTION by John A. Humphrey,Kaitlyn M. Clarke Book Resume:

The magnitude of wrongful conviction is increasing across the country and around the world, with individuals arrested, convicted, and incarcerated for extended periods of time. This book provides an understanding of legal remedies, organizational reforms, and policy changes that have been proposed and implemented. In various jurisdictions, these procedures reduce the likelihood of a wrongful conviction. Legal and organizational reforms and changes in criminal justice policy are considered at three key junctures of the process: (1) the investigation, evidence gathering, and forensic analysis, (2) prosecutorial decision-making, and (3) the judicial review and exoneration of a wrongfully convicted defendant. Each chapter opens with a wrongful case vignette that illustrates the reform strategies being considered. The investigatory process is studied on each case, and the police process is analyzed in detail. Part 1 includes the introductory chapter that provides an overview of wrongful convictions, and the investigatory process routinely employed to gather evidence and identify a suspect. The analysis of forensic evidence is explored, including the chain of custody, contamination of the evidence, misinterpretation, and the falsification of forensic reports. Part 2 focuses on the prosecutors, defense attorneys, judges and juries. Plea bargaining strategies, coaching witnesses, violations of the rules of discovery, use of jailhouse snitches, inadequate defense counseling, lack of preparation and adequate resources are examined. Part 3 analyzes the processes involved in the reversal of wrongful convictions, the judicial review, and obstacles encountered in the exoneration process. In addition, the authors provide a thorough analytical overview of the criminal justice processes involved in wrongful conviction and the reforms that are needed to prevent and reverse injustices. This book is an invaluable resource for prosecutors, defense attorneys, judges, advocates for the wrongfully convicted, criminal justice policymakers, law and society, and will contribute to academic courses in the fields of criminology and justice.

Conviction

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Conviction by Norman Ian MacKenzie Book Resume:

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Wrongful Conviction and Criminal Justice Reform

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Wrongful Conviction and Criminal Justice Reform by Marvin Zalman,Julia Carrano Book Resume:

Wrongful Conviction and Criminal Justice Reform is an important addition to the literature and teaching on innocence reform. This book delves into wrongful convictions studies but expands upon them by offering potential reforms that would alleviate the problem of wrongful convictions in the criminal justice system. Written to be accessible to students, Wrongful Conviction and Criminal Justice Reform is a main text for wrongful convictions courses or a secondary text for more general courses in criminal justice, political science, and law school innocence clinics.

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Conviction by Rafael Johnson Book Resume:

A short story of a dystopian world where jails have become obsolete due to the failure of rehabilitation of criminals. The government's new plans for them, however, are very much more successful.

The Conviction to Lead

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The Conviction to Lead by Albert Mohler Book Resume:

Leadership Principles from a Renowned Agent of Change Cultures and organizations do not change without strong leadership. While many leadership books focus on management or administration, the central focus of The Conviction to Lead is on changing minds. Dr. Mohler was the driving force behind the transformation of Southern Seminary from a liberal institution of waning influence to a thriving evangelical seminary at the heart of the Southern Baptist Convention. Since then he has been one of the most prominent voices in evangelicalism, fighting for Christian principles and challenging secular culture. Using his own experiences and examples from history, Dr. Mohler demonstrates that real leadership is a transferring of conviction to others, affecting their actions, motivations, intuition, and commitment. This practical guide walks the reader through what a leader needs to know, do, and be in order to affect change.

Circle of Conviction

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Circle of Conviction by B. Scott Gallie Book Resume:

"Our approach to helping children depends on our values. It also depends on our understanding of how kids develop and how they have become who they are today. When we understand why kids behave aggressively and defiantly, we are in a position to help them .Consider that every negative behavior has a positive side .show faith in your child .Allow them to see that you believe they can succeed." --- from Disruptive Kids: A Guide for Parents Tired of trying to control an aggressive, defiant, and out-of-control kid, most parents find themselves giving up or giving in. In Disruptive Kids: A Guide for Parents, Thor M. Johansen, a Clinical Psychologist, empowers parents by arming them with up-to-date information, expert advice, and the encouragement needed to care for and manage a disruptive child. This book focuses on kids with Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder. But the strategies and advice offered by Dr. Johansen are useful for any out-of-control child. This book features: · Advice on how and when to seek quality professional help · Step-by-step ways to manage disruptive children ·

The Law Relative to Commitments & Convictions by Justices of the Peace

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The Law Relative to Commitments & Convictions by Justices of the Peace by John Frederick Archbold Book Resume:

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