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by Bob Hill

Download Double Jeopardy: Obsession, Murder, and Justice Denied eBook
ISBN:
0688129102
Author:
Bob Hill
Category:
True Crime
Language:
English
Publisher:
William Morrow & Co; 1st edition (July 1, 1995)
Pages:
321 pages
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1780 kb
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The Fifth Amendment's double jeopardy provision meant that Ignatow could not be tried again, although he was given some prison time for perjury.

The Fifth Amendment's double jeopardy provision meant that Ignatow could not be tried again, although he was given some prison time for perjury.

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Ignatow, Melvin Henry, 1938-, Schaefer, Brenda, 1952-1988, Murder. New York : W. Morrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

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Louisville Courier-Journal reporter Bob Hill brilliantly covers the case in its long journey through the legal system. Библиографические данные. Double Jeopardy: Obsession, Murder, and Justice Denied. To tell the complete story, he conducted hundreds of interviews with the FBI, local police, the Schaefer family, and the jurors themselves. The book's legal twists and sudden turns lead to a surprise ending: the murderer - and the gruesome photographs of Brenda's last night alive - discovered by blind luck. Издание: иллюстрированное.

obsession, murder, and justice denied. 1st ed. by Hill, Bob. Published 1995 by W. Morrow in New York. Melvin Henry Ignatow (1938-), Brenda Schaefer (1952-1988).

Louisville Courier-Journal feature writer Hill begins with the disappearance of Brenda Schaefer in September 1988. After 16 months, Mary Ann Shore-Inlow, Ignatow's mistress, confessed to having been coerced into helping him bury Schaefer's body and led authorities to it.

Hill wrote a critically acclaimed book on the case that was Published last July by William Morrow A paperback version of Double Jeopardy. Obsession, Murder, and Justice Denied is coming later this Year from Avon, and an option has been taken out for a possible TV movie. The author/journalist decided to do the book - on which he spent 18 months of nights, weekends and vacations while working his usual days at the Courier Journal - for several reasons. I've covered a lot of crime-beat stories," said Hill. I've seen people shot, stabbed and autopsied

Double jeopardy is a type of procedural defence in legal terminology. Double jeopardy may also refer to: Double Jeopardy (1955 film), starring Rod Cameron.

Double jeopardy is a type of procedural defence in legal terminology. Double Jeopardy (1970 film), a made-for-TV movie starring Norman Fell. Double Jeopardy (1992 film), a TV movie starring Rachel Ward and Bruce Boxleitner. Double Jeopardy (1996 film), a TV movie starring Joe Penny, Teri Garr, Brittany Murphy, Shawn Hatosy, Rutanya Alda, and Karyn Dwyer.

The double jeopardy clause of the Fifth Amendment of the . Constitution says, "Nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb. Then 11 years later it came to light that Simpson was writing a book tentatively titled "If I did it" and reportedly including graphic and detailed scenes that "hypothetically" described how the killings might have occurred. Outrage ensued and the book was dropped. But the situation left many scratching their heads, wondering why Simpson could not be re-tried for the murders if he confessed or if new details about the crime came to light. It's about fairness to the defendant.

Later, when incriminating evidence was discovered, he knew he could not be tried again because the Fifth Amendment forbids double jeopardy.

In America, it is illegal to prosecute a person for the same crime, no matter what the circumstances. Later, when incriminating evidence was discovered, he knew he could not be tried again because the Fifth Amendment forbids double jeopardy. Journalist Hill tells this shocking story of justice denied.

A critical look at the American criminal justice system describes how Mel Ignatow, acquitted for the murder of his fiance+a7e in 1988, was later proven guilty but could not be retried per the Fifth Amendment. 10,000 first printing.
  • Kajishakar
Very interesting story. Well written.
  • Jark
Great book
  • Marad
Highly recommend