‘JUSTICE IN THE AGE OF JUDGMENT: FROM AMANDA KNOX TO KYLE RITTENHOUSE AND THE BATTLE FOR DUE PROCESS IN THE DIGITAL AGE’
Anne Bremner, my longtime friend and colleague is a trial lawyer through and through! In Justice in the Age of Judgement, Anne takes you on a true-life, high-speed roller coaster of life in the courtroom. We “camped out” at many courtroom, never missing a minute of courtroom action, then nearly come to blows on air over our VERY DIFFERENT ANALYSIS! Anne Bremner weaves a narrative of what REALLY happened in and out of court on some of the most high-profile cases such as Tot Mom Casey Anthony, Michael Jackson and more, as only a true trial lawyer can! Tell it Anne!
Nancy grace, legal analyst and television journalist
Insight and inside — the Bremners bring all of those attributes and more in this brilliant book that will have you pausing between chapters as you re-think some of cases that have defined our culture and fed our true crime obsessions.
Gregg Olsen, #1 NYT Best Selling Author of ‘If You Tell’
Have you ever wondered how the great ones process, then formulate, then map out their genius? Here’s your chance to read how the world of true crime and media works through the mind of two brilliant thinkers. The high profile cases in this book outline how the perceptions of justice work. Hold on to your socks—this gets real right from page 1!
Captivating insight on the impact of media on a multitude of high profile cases from Amanda Knox to George Floyd. The Bremners skillfully present how first impressions, confirmation bias and the vagaries of human memory impact our personal and collective perceptions of justice
Diane Fanning, Author of ‘Death on the River’ and 26 other True Crime and Mystery books
This book is for anyone who wants the inside track on how the mainstream media, social media and the overall court of public opinion often creates a false narrative about highly publicized crimes. Only to later witness the spin unravel in the court room. With her 38 years of legal wisdom, Anne Bremner understands and breaks down the personal agendas, sometimes sinister, of the people who have invested interests in shaping stories about “criminals and victims.
Lisa Lockwood, National Media Crime Analyst, SWAT, Detective & desert storm veteran. Read the full review here.
Captivating insight on the impact of media on a multitude of high profile cases from Amanda Knox to George Floyd. The Bremners skillfully present how first impressions, confirmation bias and the vagaries of human memory impact our personal and collective perceptions of justice.