Crime and Punishment (video game)
Crime and Punishment is a 1980s legal simulation game released for the Commodore 64 and MS-DOS.
The player assumed the role of a sentencing judge in a criminal law matter before the courts. Inform...
Trial by Fire (Gerry Spence)
Trial by Fire is a book written by attorney Gerry Spence, which recounts the events surrounding the libel lawsuit brought by former Miss Wyoming Kim Pring against Penthouse Magazine in 1980. Pring had...
Fleet Street Reports: Cases on Intellectual Property Law
The Fleet Street Reports: Cases in Intellectual Property Law (ISSN 0141-9455) is a monthly journal published by Sweet & Maxwell since 1963 and covering intellectual property law. The language...
Before the Law
"Before the Law" (German: "Vor dem Gesetz") is a parable contained in the novel The Trial (German: Der Prozess), by Franz Kafka. "Before the Law" was published in Kafka's lifetime, first in the Ne...
How to Talk Dirty and Influence People
How to Talk Dirty and Influence People is an autobiography by Lenny Bruce, an American satirist and comedian, who died in 1966 at age 40 of a drug overdose.At the request of Hugh Hefner and with the a...
Supreme Court of the United States in fiction
Like many institutions that draw public interest, the Supreme Court of the United States has frequently been depicted in fiction, often in the form of legal drama. In some instances, real decisions re...
Enkaku Sōsa: Shinjitsu e no 23 Nichikan
Enkaku Sōsa: Shinjitsu e no 23 Nichikan (遠隔捜査 -真実への23日間, lit. "Remote Investigation: 23 Days to Truth"), is a graphic adventure game for the Sony PlayStation Portable, developed by Media.Vision. I...
Peacefire
Peacefire is a U.S.-based website, with a registered address in Bellevue, Washington, dedicated to "preserving First Amendment rights for Internet users, particularly those younger than 18". It was fo...