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Obstruction Of Justice by Ray Michalko

Title Obstruction of Justice
Author Ray Michalko
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2016-10-15
Category Missing persons
Total Pages 296
ISBN 088995545X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ray Michalko explores the series of unsolved murdered and missing women's cases in northern British Columbia, along a lonely stretch of Highway 16, now known as "The Highway of Tears" that winds its way through the scenic wilderness of the Coast Mountains, west from Prince George, through a number of small northern communities to Prince Rupert, on northern British Columbia's West Coast. The Highway of Tears holds the secrets of multiple mysteries spanning close to four decades and the tragic unknown sets of circumstances involving the murder and disappearance of nine young women, all an average age of eighteen and with one exception, all Aboriginal. Fueled by frustration with the police's inability to solve any of these crimes in thirty-five years, inspired by the belief that someone somewhere knew something, and driven by his unexplainable personal commitment, Ray embarked on a life-altering journey.

Obstruction Of Justice by Luke Rosiak

Title Obstruction of Justice
Author Luke Rosiak
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2019-01-29
Category Political Science
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781621579441
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Investigative reporter Luke Rosiak is being hailed as “one of the smartest, most diligent reporters in Washington” (TUCKER CARLSON) and “a bulldog” (DANA LOESCH) for uncovering “what is possibly the largest scandal and coverup in the history of the United States House of Representatives” (NEWT GINGRICH). It’s like something out of a spy novel: In the heat of the 2016 election, an unvetted Pakistani national with a proclivity for blackmail gained access to the computer files of one in five Democrats in the House of Representatives. He and his family lifted data off the House network, stole the identity of an intelligence specialist, and sent congressional electronic equipment to foreign officials. And that was only the beginning. Rather than protect national security, Congress and the Justice Department schemed to cover up a politically inconvenient hack and an underlying fraud on Capitol Hill involving dozens of Democrats' offices. Evidence disappeared, witnesses were threatened, and the supposed watchdogs in the media turned a blind eye. Combining tenacious investigative reporting and high-tech investigative techniques, Luke Rosiak began ferreting out the truth, and found himself face to face with the "Deep State," observing how Nancy Pelosi's Democrats manipulated the Department of Justice, the media, and even Republican leadership to sabotage the investigation into what Newt Gingrich calls possibly the biggest congressional scandal in history.

Obstruction Of Justice by Perri O'Shaughnessy

Title Obstruction of Justice
Author Perri O'Shaughnessy
Publisher Dell
Release Date 2007-12-18
Category Fiction
Total Pages 512
ISBN 9780307423238
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Lightning strikes twice. Two people have died in Lake Tahoe in shocking accidents. In a nearly empty parking lot, a hit-and-run driver kills probation officer Anna Meade Hallowell. High up on a jagged mountain, wife abuser Ray de Beers gets what he deserves: he's struck by lightning. Attorney Nina Reilly, hiking on a rare day off from her one-woman law practice, sees him die. So does her date, Tahoe deputy DA Collier Hallowell. Still shaken from his wife's violent death, Hallowell is hit hard by the accident. It's a bad end to a first date... and the start of a case that will test Nina's ethics and her heart. Nina is certain de Beers's death is an act of God. But his aging father wants to exhume the body to rule out foul play. De Beers's frantic wife and teenage twins hire Nina to stop the disinterment. What gets unearthed are secrets that raise new questions about Anna Hallowell's death, an indictment against one twin for murder, and a damning piece of evidence that can convict the boy . . . unless Nina obstructs justice by hiding it. No good lawyer will take that kind of risk. But a brilliant lawyer, one with a passion for truth, just might . . . .

United States Attorneys Manual by United States. Department of Justice

Title United States Attorneys Manual
Author United States. Department of Justice
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1988
Category Justice, Administration of
Total Pages 86
ISBN OCLC:19110395
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Obstruction of Justice My Story of Wrongful Conviction Redemption New Beginnings
Author Elizabeth Zachary-Riviere
Publisher Trilogy Christian Publishing
Release Date 2021-07-15
Category Religion
Total Pages 346
ISBN 1637697988
Language English, Spanish, and French
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One woman's powerful true testimony of faith, justice, and the supreme power of God's love-a 28-year journey to find redemption from a crime she did not commit. In 1993, Elizabeth Zachary was arrested and subsequently charged with a shocking crime: the brutal murder of a virtual stranger. Stunned, Elizabeth knew the accusation was false and believed the Louisiana courts would prove her innocence. Instead, she was convicted of obstruction of justice. Obstruction of Justice is Elizabeth's harrowing, moving journey toward redemption for a crime she didn't commit. Battling for freedom all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, Elizabeth experiences a profound encounter with Jesus that transforms her life, sparking her to take on the system that had oppressed and imprisoned her.

Juvenile Delinquency by James Burfeind

Title Juvenile Delinquency
Author James Burfeind
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2015-12-14
Category Social Science
Total Pages 514
ISBN 9781317550952
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book offers a comprehensive introduction to juvenile delinquency by defining and describing juvenile delinquency, examining explanations for delinquent behavior, and considering contemporary efforts to control delinquency through prevention and juvenile justice. The text cultivates an understanding of juvenile delinquency by examining and linking key criminological theories and research. Coverage includes: the historical origins and transformation of "juvenile delinquency" and juvenile justice; the nature of delinquency, addressing the extent of delinquent offenses, the social correlates of offending and victimization (age, gender, race and ethnicity, and social class), and the developmental patterns of offending; theoretical explanations of delinquency, with insights from biosocial criminology, routine activities, rational choice, social control, social learning, social structure, labeling, and critical criminologies; evidence-based practice in delinquency prevention and contemporary juvenile justice. Fully revised and updated, the new edition incorporates the latest theory and research in the field of juvenile delinquency and provides expanded discussion of contemporary juvenile justice reform, evidence-based practice in delinquency prevention, and disproportionate minority contact throughout the juvenile justice process. This book is essential reading for courses on juvenile delinquency and juvenile justice. The book is supported by a range of compelling pedagogical features. Each chapter includes key terms, learning objectives, an opening case study, box inserts that provide practical application of theory and research, critical thinking questions, suggested reading, useful websites, and a glossary of key terms. A companion website offers an array of resources for students and instructors. For students, this website provides chapter overviews, flashcards of key terms, and useful websites. The instructor site is password protected and offers a complete set of PowerPoint slides and an extensive test bank for each chapter—all prepared by the authors.

Regime Of Obstruction by William K. Carroll

Title Regime of Obstruction
Author William K. Carroll
Publisher Athabasca University Press
Release Date 2021-04-23
Category Political Science
Total Pages 528
ISBN 9781771992893
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Rapidly rising carbon emissions from the intense development of Western Canada’s fossil fuels continue to aggravate the global climate emergency and destabilize democratic structures. The urgency of the situation demands not only scholarly understanding, but effective action. Regime of Obstruction aims to make visible the complex connections between corporate power and the extraction and use of carbon energy. Edited by William Carroll, this rigorous collection presents research findings from the first three years of the seven-year, SSHRC-funded partnership, the Corporate Mapping Project. Anchored in sociological and political theory, this comprehensive volume provides hard data and empirical research that traces the power and influence of the fossil fuel industry through economics, politics, media, and higher education. Contributors demonstrate how corporations secure popular consent, and coopt, disorganize, or marginalize dissenting perspectives to position the fossil fuel industry as a national public good. They also investigate the difficult position of Indigenous communities who, while suffering the worst environmental and health impacts from carbon extraction, must fight for their land or participate in fossil capitalism to secure income and jobs. The volume concludes with a look at emergent forms of activism and resistance, spurred by the fact that a just energy transition is still feasible. This book provides essential context to the climate crisis and will transform discussions of energy democracy. Contributions by Laurie Adkin, Angele Alook, Clifford Atleo, Emilia Belliveau-Thompson, John Bermingham, Paul Bowles, Gwendolyn Blue, Shannon Daub, Jessica Dempsey, Emily Eaton, Chuka Ejeckam, Simon Enoch, Nick Graham, Shane Gunster, Mark Hudson, Jouke Huizer, Ian Hussey, Emma Jackson, Michael Lang, James Lawson, Marc Lee, Fiona MacPhail, Alicia Massie, Kevin McCartney, Bob Neubauer, Eric Pineault, Lise Margaux Rajewicz, James Rowe, JP Sapinsky, Karena Shaw, and Zoe Yunker.

The Mueller Report by Robert S. Mueller

Title The Mueller Report
Author Robert S. Mueller
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2019-04-19
Category Political Science
Total Pages 480
ISBN 9781510750173
Language English, Spanish, and French
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NOW A NEW YORK TIMES, WASHINGTON POST, WALL STREET JOURNAL, USA TODAY, AND PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BESTSELLER. There has never been a more important political investigation than Robert S. Mueller III's into President Donald Trump's possible collusion with Russia. His momentous findings can be found here, complete with: The 300+ pages of the historic report, as released by the Justice Department An introduction by constitutional scholar, eminent civil libertarian, and New York Times bestselling author Alan Dershowitz. The relevant portions of Title 28 of the Code of Federal Regulations, the 1999 provisions written by former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal, which establish and regulate the powers of the special counsel. Rod Rosenstein’s 2016 order appointing Robert Mueller III as special counsel and outlining the scope of his investigation. Attorney General William Barr’s four-page summary of the report, as sent to Congress. Barr's explanation of the four reasons for redacting the report, and a key for identifying them in the color-coded report The wait is over. Robert Mueller, a lifelong Republican, has concluded his investigation and submitted its findings to Attorney General William Barr. Barr has told Congress that Mueller found no proof of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, and did not come to a conclusion on obstruction of justice—neither concluding the president committed a crime nor exonerating him. But Mueller’s report was over 300 pages and Barr’s summary was only four pages, raising questions about the conclusions of a historic investigation. Special Counsel Robert Mueller III’s probe into Russian influence on the 2016 election of Donald Trump—including links between the campaign and Russian interests, obstruction of justice by President Trump, and any other matters that may have arisen in the course of the investigation—has been the focal point of American politics since its inception in May 2017. Democrats in the US House of Representatives hoped to use the report to begin impeachment proceedings, with the support of those critical of the president. Media tracked Mueller’s every move, and the investigation was subject to constant speculation by political pundits everywhere. It resulted in the indictments of Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort, Roger Stone, and many others. President Trump and his supporters affirmed that the investigation was a “witch hunt” and the product of a plot by the political establishment—the “deep state”—to delegitimize his presidency. Mueller’s findings—at least according to Barr—allowed the latter to claim victory. But now, thanks to a subpoena from House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler for the full report, a resolution from the House of Representatives to release the full report to the public (though blocked in the Senate by Mitch McConnell), and popular demand, it’s time for public to judge if that is true. The Mueller investigation will join Watergate, and the Mueller Report will join the 9/11 Commission Report, the Warren Report, and the Starr Report, as one of the most important in history. The Mueller Report is required reading for everyone with interest in American politics, for every 2016 and 2020 voter, and every American. It’s now available here as an affordable paperback, featuring an introduction from eminent civil libertarian, Harvard Law Professor Emeritus, and New York Times bestselling author Alan Dershowitz, who provides a constitutional, civil law-based commentary sorely needed in today’s media landscape.

The Mueller Report by Robert S. Mueller

Title The Mueller Report
Author Robert S. Mueller
Publisher Courier Dover Publications
Release Date 2019-04-26
Category Political Science
Total Pages 451
ISBN 9780486840499
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is the full Mueller Report, as released on April 18, 2019, by the U.S. Department of Justice. A reprint of the report exactly as it was issued by the government, it is without analysis or commentary from any other source and with nothing subtracted except for the material redacted by the Department of Justice. The mission of the Mueller investigation was to examine Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election, consisting of possible links, or "collusion," between the Donald Trump campaign and the Russian government of Vladimir Putin as well as any allegations of obstruction of justice in this regard. It was also intended to detect and prosecute, where warranted, any other crimes that surfaced during the course of the investigation. The report consists of a detailed summary of the various investigations and inquiries that the Special Counsel and colleagues carried out in these areas. The investigation was initiated in the aftermath of the firing of FBI Director James Comey by Donald Trump on May 9, 2017. The FBI, under Director Comey, had already been investigating links between Russia and the Trump campaign. Mueller submitted his report to Attorney General William Barr on March 22, 2019, and the Department of Justice released the redacted report one month later.

Earning Freedom by Michael G Santos

Title Earning Freedom
Author Michael G Santos
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-05
Category
Total Pages 532
ISBN 9798642206966
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Michael Santos helps audiences understand how to overcome the struggle of a lengthy prison term. Readers get to experience the mindset of a 23-year-old young man that goes into prison at the start of America's War on Drugs. They see how decisions that Santos made at different stages in the journey opened opportunities for a life of growth, fulfillment, and meaning.Santos tells the story in three sections: Veni, Vidi, Vici.In the first section of the book, we see the challenges of the arrest, the reflections while in jail, the criminal trial, and the imposition of a 45-year prison term.In the second section of the book, we learn how Santos opened opportunities to grow. By writing letters to universities, he found his way into a college program. After earning an undergraduate degree, he pursued a master's degree. After earning a master's degree, he began work toward a doctorate degree. When authorities blocked his pathway to complete his formal education, Santos shifted his energy to publishing and creating business opportunities from inside of prison boundaries.In the final section, we learn how Santos relied upon critical-thinking skills to position himself for a successful journey inside. He nurtured a relationship with Carole and married her inside of a prison visiting room. Then, he began building businesses that would allow him to return to society strong, with his dignity intact.Through Earning Freedom! readers learn how to overcome struggles and challenges. At any time, we can recalibrate, we can begin working toward a better life. Santos served 9,135 days in prison, and another 365 days in a halfway house before concluding 26 years as a federal prisoner. Through his various websites, he continues to document how the decisions he made in prison put him on a pathway to succeed upon release.

Obstruction Of Justice by Perri O'Shaughnessy

Title Obstruction of Justice
Author Perri O'Shaughnessy
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2000
Category Large type books
Total Pages 529
ISBN OCLC:809751837
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Guidelines Manual by United States Sentencing Commission

Title Guidelines Manual
Author United States Sentencing Commission
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2005
Category Sentences (Criminal procedure)
Total Pages 86
ISBN UCBK:C089030771
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Murder Manslaughter And Infanticide by Great Britain. Law Commission

Title Murder Manslaughter and Infanticide
Author Great Britain. Law Commission
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2006-01-01
Category Political Science
Total Pages 266
ISBN 9780102943689
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Law Commission consultation paper 'A new homicide act for England and Wales?' was published as LCCP 177 (ISBN 0117302643) in April 2006

Obstruction Of Justice by Perri OʼShaughnessy

Title Obstruction of Justice
Author Perri OʼShaughnessy
Publisher Island Books
Release Date 1998
Category Fiction
Total Pages 482
ISBN 9780440224723
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When two violent deaths are ruled to be accidents, Lake Tahoe attorney Nina Reilly discovers a connection between them and a third death, but as she faces her most difficult legal challenge ever, she is tempted to obstruct justice to obtain the truth. Reprint.

Obstruction Of Justice by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform

Title Obstruction of Justice
Author United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2011
Category Executive privilege (Government information)
Total Pages 94
ISBN UCSD:31822038354593
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Game Of Shadows by Mark Fainaru-Wada

Title Game of Shadows
Author Mark Fainaru-Wada
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2006-03-23
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9781101216767
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the summer of 1998 two of baseball leading sluggers, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa, embarked on a race to break Babe Ruth’s single season home run record. The nation was transfixed as Sosa went on to hit 66 home runs, and McGwire 70. Three years later, San Francisco Giants All-Star Barry Bonds surpassed McGwire by 3 home runs in the midst of what was perhaps the greatest offensive display in baseball history. Over the next three seasons, as Bonds regularly launched mammoth shots into the San Francisco Bay, baseball players across the country were hitting home runs at unprecedented rates. For years there had been rumors that perhaps some of these players owed their success to steroids. But crowd pleasing homers were big business, and sportswriters, fans, and officials alike simply turned a blind eye. Then, in December of 2004, after more than a year of investigation, San Francisco Chronicle reporters Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams broke the story that in a federal investigation of a nutritional supplement company called BALCO, Yankees slugger Jason Giambi had admitted taking steroids. Barry Bonds was also implicated. Immediately the issue of steroids became front page news. The revelations led to Congressional hearings on baseball’s drug problems and continued to drive the effort to purge the U.S. Olympic movement of drug cheats. Now Fainaru-Wada and Williams expose for the first time the secrets of the BALCO investigation that has turned the sports world upside down. Game of Shadows: Barry Bonds, BALCO, and the Steroid Scandal That Rocked Professional by award-winning investigative journalists Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams, is a riveting narrative about the biggest doping scandal in the history of sports, and how baseball’s home run king, Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants, came to use steroids. Drawing on more than two years of reporting, including interviews with hundreds of people, and exclusive access to secret grand jury testimony, confidential documents, audio recordings, and more, the authors provide, for the first time, a definitive account of the shocking steroids scandal that made headlines across the country. The book traces the career of Victor Conte, founder of the BALCO laboratory, an egomaniacal former rock musician and self-proclaimed nutritionist, who set out to corrupt sports by providing athletes with “designer” steroids that would be undetectable on “state-of-the-art” doping tests. Conte gave the undetectable drugs to 28 of the world’s greatest athletes—Olympians, NFL players and baseball stars, Bonds chief among them. A separate narrative thread details the steroids use of Bonds, an immensely talented, moody player who turned to performance-enhancing drugs after Mark McGwire of the St. Louis Cardinals set a new home run record in 1998. Through his personal trainer, Bonds gained access to BALCO drugs. All of the great athletes who visited BALCO benefited tremendously—Bonds broke McGwire’s record—but many had their careers disrupted after federal investigators raided BALCO and indicted Conte. The authors trace the course of the probe, and the baffling decision of federal prosecutors to protect the elite athletes who were involved. Highlights of Game of Shadows include: Barry Bonds A look at how Bonds was driven to use performance-enhancing drugs in part by jealousy over Mark McGwire’s record-breaking 1998 season. It was shortly thereafter that Bonds—who had never used anything more performance enhancing than a protein shake from the health food store—first began using steroids. How Bonds’s weight trainer, steroid dealer Greg Anderson, arranged to meet Victor Conte before the 2001 baseball season with...

Deposition Obstruction by Mark R. Kosieradzki

Title Deposition Obstruction
Author Mark R. Kosieradzki
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019
Category Depositions
Total Pages 325
ISBN 1543954928
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Combating Corporate Crime by Michael L. Benson

Title Combating Corporate Crime
Author Michael L. Benson
Publisher UPNE
Release Date 1998
Category Law
Total Pages 264
ISBN 1555533531
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The first major study of white-collar crime prosecutions by local governments.

Hidden Atrocities by Jeanne Guillemin

Title Hidden Atrocities
Author Jeanne Guillemin
Publisher Columbia University Press
Release Date 2017-09-26
Category History
Total Pages 460
ISBN 9780231544986
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the aftermath of World War II, the Allied intent to bring Axis crimes to light led to both the Nuremberg trials and their counterpart in Tokyo, the International Military Tribunal of the Far East. Yet the Tokyo Trial failed to prosecute imperial Japanese leaders for the worst of war crimes: inhumane medical experimentation, including vivisection and open-air pathogen and chemical tests, which rivaled Nazi atrocities, as well as mass attacks using plague, anthrax, and cholera that killed thousands of Chinese civilians. In Hidden Atrocities, Jeanne Guillemin goes behind the scenes at the trial to reveal the American obstruction that denied justice to Japan’s victims. Responsibility for Japan’s secret germ-warfare program, organized as Unit 731 in Harbin, China, extended to top government leaders and many respected scientists, all of whom escaped indictment. Instead, motivated by early Cold War tensions, U.S. military intelligence in Tokyo insinuated itself into the Tokyo Trial by blocking prosecution access to key witnesses and then classifying incriminating documents. Washington decision makers, supported by the American occupation leader, General Douglas MacArthur, sought to acquire Japan’s biological-warfare expertise to gain an advantage over the Soviet Union, suspected of developing both biological and nuclear weapons. Ultimately, U.S. national-security goals left the victims of Unit 731 without vindication. Decades later, evidence of the Unit 731 atrocities still troubles relations between China and Japan. Guillemin’s vivid account of the cover-up at the Tokyo Trial shows how without guarantees of transparency, power politics can jeopardize international justice, with persistent consequences.