"This essay, drawn from Legal Ethics: Law Stories, tells a story about Ramos v. City of New York, a wrongful conviction; the misconduct that led to it; and the creative work of a single lawyer who won his client's release and then successfully sued for the largest settlement New York City had ever paid in this kind of case. Legal Ethics classes mostly focus on rules, hypothetical fact patterns, and cases, perhaps with a smattering of tales from the headlines. Rarely do they get into the details of actual cases seen through the eyes of the participants as the case unfolds."--Provided by publisher.
At head of title: Foundation Press. [Stories Series]--From publisher's website.
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