[Here are some books I have read and highly recommend. - TJL]
Prisoners' Self-Help Litigation Manual, in its much-anticipated fourth edition, is an indispensable guide for prisoners and prisoner advocates seeking to understand the rights guaranteed to prisoners by law and how to protect those rights. Clear, comprehensive, practical advice provides prisoners with everything they need to know on conditions of confinement, civil liberties in prison, procedural due process, the legal system, how to litigate, conducting effective legal research, and writing legal documents. Written by two legal and penitentiary experts with intimate knowledge of prisoner's rights and legal aid work, authors John Boston and Daniel E. Manville strategically focus on federal constitutional law, providing prisoners and those wishing to assist them with the most important information concerning legal rights.
Over the past decade, prison law and conditions have changed significantly. This new edition is updated to include the most relevant prisoners' rights topics and approaches to litigation. Updates include all aspects of prison life as well as material on legal research, legal writing, types of legal remedies, and how to effectively use those remedies.
Certainly the most authoritative, well-organized and relevant prisoner's rights manual available - - the eagerly awaited fourth edition should be purchased by everyone interested in civil rights for the incarcerated.
* "The Jurisprudence of John Marshall" by Robert Kenneth Faulkner
* "Samuel Adams/American Statesman" Edited by John T. Morse Jr.
* "Police Misconduct Law and Litigation" 2nd Edition
* "The Founder's Constitution" Edited by Phillip B.
Kurkland and Ralph Lerner
* "A Treatise On Arrest And False Imprisonment"
by Charles A. Weisman
* "The Rape of Justice" by Eustace Mullins
* "John Lilburne: The Leveller" by M.A. Gibb
* "Your American Yardstick" by Hamilton Abert Long
* "The Declaration of Independence" by Carl L. Becker
* "The Higher Law Background of American Constitutional Law" by Edward S. Corwin
What every citizen should know. What every cop should believe. "To serve and protect" - This time-honored mission statement of American law enforcement is steadily giving way in police departments all across the nation to an ethos of intimidation, military-style siege, and disdain for citizens' rights. Richard Mack - the man who as sheriff of a rural Arizona county fought the Brady Bill gun-control law all the way to the Supreme Court and won - gives us an insider's glimpse into the pervasive forces that are relentlessly driving America towards a police state. In almost confessional style, he recounts how he came to realize, while working as a beat cop, how wrong the all-too-common orientation of police officers is when they think of their job as being "to write tickets and arrest people." Richard Mack tells of his personal transformation from "by-the-numbers" cop to constitution-conscious defender of citizens' rights and freedoms.
CLICK HERE TO ORDER!
To obtain a video tape of
THE JAILHOUSE LAWYER'S 4 hour Seminar ($75) or a copy of THE JAILHOUSE LAWYER'S Criminal Self Defense Manual ($85) please send a postal money order only to: Scott Thurston, C/o P.O. Box 373, Juliaetta, Idaho 83535. THE JAILHOUSE LAWYER'S Seminar Video
and THE JAILHOUSE LAWYER'S Criminal Self Defense Manual will give Pro Se litigants and legal laymen valuable and useful knowledge that will help equip them to do strategic battle in the courts. Learn how to demand your rights and defend yourself when you are falsley and/or wrongfully accused.