Archive for November, 2012
By: William E. Moore, Jr., Esquire
We have all watched enough television to believe we know most of the basics of the US legal system. It makes for great drama when Perry Mason or Ben Matlock pace the courtroom gesticulating wildly and putting their hands on the jury box and leaning in to make a point. My personal favorite is probably when, in great detail, the lawyer tells the witness/suspect what happened on the night of the murder/crime/kidnapping – and no one objects.
By: Heather Angotti Blevins
Even though authors are magicians with words, some key pictures are still important, with author photographs for a book jacket, your biography and your website among them—to say nothing of customized photos for your book covers!
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