A REASONABLE DOUBT. J. W. EHRLICH, Jake.
A REASONABLE DOUBT
A REASONABLE DOUBT
A REASONABLE DOUBT
A REASONABLE DOUBT

A REASONABLE DOUBT

Cleveland: The World Publishing Company, 1964. First Edition. Cloth. 297 (4) pages. SIGNED/INSCRIBED in ink by Author Jake Ehrlich on a front free endpaper, "Mrs. Hardy Fern / Good Luck /Jake Ehrlich". First Edition. Illustrated dustjacket. Essays on legal subjects by the late great San Francisco criminal lawyer, J. W. "Jake" Ehrlich, called by many, "The Master". Included are essays under the headings, "In Search of the Truth", "Personalities and the Law", "Does the Punishment Fit the Crime?", "Marriage, Divorce, and Juvenile Delinquency" and "Lawyers, Judges, and Juries". If one were in trouble in San Francisco, one would have done well to say, "Get Jake!" (and many did just that). Ehrlich was the model for the television lawyer "Sam Benedict" portrayed by Edmond O'Brien in the 1960's series. A Near Fine (slight edgewear) copy in an edgeworn Very Good Plus dust jacket, now in a clear mylar protective sleeve. Always FREE SHIPPING of Books via media mail to any United States address. Near Fine / Very Good Plus. Item #1900

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