- Author:Catherine Whitney,Jeanine Pirro
- Publisher:St. Martin's Press; 1st edition (October 1, 2003)
- Pages:288 pages
- Subcategory:Leaders & Notable People
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In To Punish and Protect, Pirro brings readers face to face with the gruesome realities of her daily battles, and tells the true . Pirro delivers a bold indictment of the criminal justice system, and asks whether we as a nation are truly committed to justice.
In To Punish and Protect, Pirro brings readers face to face with the gruesome realities of her daily battles, and tells the true, heartbreaking stories of the victims - the slaughter of a young woman and her two children by a jealous, enraged boyfriend; a teenage girl forced to assume wifely duties after her father murdered her stepmother; a nine-year-old boy chained. Increasingly, she warns, our laws, attitudes, and behaviors seem to be veering away from what we say is our moral core as a nation. We say that we exalt good and punish evil, yet we do the opposite.
Judge Judy Sheindlin To Punish and Protect debunks the psychobabble of excuses for criminals and it serves as a battle cry for the rights of victims. Jeanine Pirro is the former district attorney of Westchester County, where she started the first domestic violence unit in a prosecutor’s office in the US.
I knew I liked Jeanine Pirro’s style-now I am a fan. Read her book, and you . Read her book, and you will be, too. - - Judge Judy Sheindlin. Jeanine Pirro is the avenging angel of American justice. She writes of wives who wake each day knowing their husbands are coming to kill them, of judges and juries too scared or distracted or amoral to demand justice. - Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC’s Hardball. To Punish and Protect is a must read for anyone who takes the American dream to heart. -Bernard B. Kerik, Former Commissioner of the New York Police Department.
Westchester County District Attorney Pirro, writing with Whitney, declares her hatred of violent crime and brutal criminals . That means we stop coddling criminals. And start protecting law-abiding citizens.
Westchester County District Attorney Pirro, writing with Whitney, declares her hatred of violent crime and brutal criminals in this book of essays. After nearly 30 years as a prosecutor, Pirro sees herself at the center of a battleground of good vs. evil; she has no doubt of her rectitude. She and her assistants are the avengers who seek justice on behalf of crime victims, often ignored or marginalized by the criminal justice system.
To Punish and Protect : One DA's Fight Against a System That Coddles Criminals. by Catherine Whitney and Jeanine Pirro. The office of the district attorney is a battleground, where the fight between good and evil unfolds each day. We see the ugliest side of life, the pain that people go through for no reason. They didn't do anything. They didn't ask for it.
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Jeanine Pirro with Catherine Whitney. Jeanine Pirro is the District Attorney for Westchester County in New York. Pirro demonstrates more than a canny knowledge of the justice system in TO PUNISH AND PROTECT
Jeanine Pirro with Catherine Whitney. Richard Pryor has a concert film -- I forget which one -- where he relates going into a prison with Gene Wilder to do some background for a movie project. It is Pirro's job, and her passion, to get the bad guys off the street and, if justice so requires, to do so permanently. Pirro demonstrates more than a canny knowledge of the justice system in TO PUNISH AND PROTECT. She notes that our system of justice is predicated on the concept that the system will exact justice on behalf of the victim.
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The office of the district attorney is a battleground, where the fight between good and evil unfolds each day.