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The Best of The Unforgettable Legal Stories

Aida Sevilla Mendoza

Publisher: Anvil Publishing, Inc.

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The Best of The Unforgettable Legal Stories recounts some of the most controversial classic and contemporary legal cases in the country. Penned by Aida Sevilla Mendoza, this book illustrates how the emotional reactions and consequences of breaking the law remains the same through cases old and new.

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