One Man's Freedom - by Edward Bennet Williams (Paperback)
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Book Synopsis Originally published in 1962, One Man's Freedom is the autobiography and personal philosophy of legendary attorney Edward Bennett Williams. At the time of publication, the book was lauded by critics and ranked fifth on national bestseller lists. Written in clear, strong language, One Man's Freedom is the ardent expression of Edward Bennett Williams's passionate belief in a defendant's Sixth Amendment right to competent counsel and the threat to civil liberties posed by overzealous law enforcement and an indifferent public. About the Author Edward Bennet Williams (1920-1988) was a high-profile defense lawyer known for representing famous public figures. Some of his clients included Frank Sinatra, Hugh Hefner, and Senator Joseph McCarthy.



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