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Former FBI Director Robert Mueller is now investigating President Donald Trump. Who did Mueller choose as his “first lieutenant?” None other than Andrew Weissmann–the lead villain in this true legal thriller that names those who corrupted justice and obtained convictions by any means necessary. Think you know how the Department of Justice works? Think again.
This is the inside story of the most high-profile prosecutions of the last decade, and it’s a 5-star great mystery read on Amazon. A gruesome suicide, a likely murder, a tragic plane crash, wrongful imprisonment, and gripping courtroom scenes draw readers into this compelling story of the corrupted prosecutions of Arthur Andersen, Merrill Lynch executives, and Senator Ted Stevens. This book provides a frightening perspective on justice and who should be accountable when evidence is withheld and prosecutors break the law.
Licensed to Lie reveals the strong-arm, illegal, and unethical tactics used by headline-grabbing federal prosecutors in their narcissistic pursuit of power to the highest halls of our government. It’s terrifying–because it’s true. Just ask United States Senator Orrin Hatch, Ninth Circuit Judge Alex Kozinski, “fabled” trial attorney Brendan Sullivan of Williams & Connolly, or Fox News John Stossel–to name a few. It should be required reading for every law student, lawyer, judge, politician, and concerned taxpayer. Sidney Powell has written a book like no other lawyer has ever dared–and she’s pulled back the royal blue curtain of the Department of Justice. Brace yourself for this read!
Sidney Powell served in the Department of Justice for ten years in Texas and Virginia and has devoted her private practice to federal appeals for the past twenty years. She was the youngest Assistant United States Attorney in the country when she was appointed. Later, she became Chief of the Appellate Section for the Western and Northern Districts of Texas. In addition to practicing law, she now serves as a Fellow of the London Center for Policy Research and a Senior Policy Advisory for America First.
She is a past-president of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers and of the Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit. Recognized by her peers as a “Super Lawyer” and named as one of the “Best Lawyers in America” for years, she has been lead counsel in more than 500 appeals in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, resulting in more than 180 published opinions. Powell’s briefs have long been featured as samples for practitioners. She writes on current legal events and government corruption for the New York Observer, the Daily Caller, the Hill, and Fox News. Her articles have appeared on Drudge, Breitbart, Investors Business Daily, NewsMax, and in countless other publications. She appears frequently on Hannity, Shannon Bream, Fox & Friends, NewsMaxTV, One America News, and many radio shows.
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In Licensed to Lie, Powell leads readers through the disturbing events, missteps, cover-ups, malfeasance, and corruption of justice that have caused her to question the system she has been committed to for over thirty years. With the narrative style of a legal thriller, this true story captures the drama of the law, the real human costs and consequences of the corruption of justice, and cautions for anyone facing the Department of Injustice.
“This book should serve as the beginning of a serious conversation about whether our criminal justice system continues to live up to its vaunted reputation. As citizens of a free society, we all have an important stake in making sure that it does.”
“It would be malpractice to litigate against the Department of Justice without reading this book.”
“When you’ve finished reading this fast-paced thriller you will want to stand up and applaud Powell’s courage in daring to shine light into the darkest recesses of America’s justice system. The only ax Powell grinds here is Truth.”
“That our government is corrupt is the only conclusion. This book helps the people understand the nature of this corruption—and how it is possible for federal prosecutors to indict and convict the innocent rather than the guilty. Every business person– and anyone– who values freedom should read and heed the warnings of this compelling work.”
“This book reads like a cross between investigative journalism and courtroom drama.”
“As a prosecutor for over 29 years in the state courts of Texas, I am aware of both the possibilities for unfairness to the accused, and of the pressures on some prosecutors to win cases. Sidney is able to articulate these issues in telling the stories within Licensed to Lie, and she holds up a clear moral and legal compass to point us all toward prosecution according to law and the facts.”