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Sex Crimes Ten Years on the Front Lines Prosecuting Rapists and Confronting Their CollaboratorsNt of our justice system and how it collaborates with rapis Vachss is a terrific storyteller and her life is a story worth being told The book manages to explain personal stories from specific trials and conveys the cruelty of these cases but also speaks to the institutional problems that face sex crimes prosecutors Not all her ideas are rock solid but by the time she starts suggesting ways to reform the system the reader has a pretty good sense of who Vachss is and where her ideas come fromI thought the last two sections of the book dragged a little I suppose like life itself we never have the grand finale we expect Unfortunately that means the pacing of the book gets a little lost in the back 50 pages or soOverall it was an easy read and illuminates many of the problems in prosecuting sex crimes Vachss keeps it interesting whether it's about the crimes itself or the paperwork reuired to fight against them

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kindle à Sex Crimes Ten Years on the Front Lines Prosecuting Rapists and Confronting Their Collaborators 304 pages å moneyexpresscard Ê From her ten years of experience in the ueens New York district attorney's office the author offers aFrom her ten years of experience in the ueens New York dist this book is almost guaranteed to make you angry or trigger past issues if you are a survivor of a sex crime it is well written and tells a lot about what is wrong with the system that should be making life difficult for sexual predators not their victims

Alice Vachss î Sex Crimes: Ten Years on the Front Lines Prosecuting Rapists and Confronting Their Collaborators eBook

Rict attorney's office the author offers a searing indictme A very encouraging read focusing for a change on the possibilities of prosecuting sex offenders and empowering their victims to feel safe again and move on with their lives Told from the POV of a prosecutor who specialized in this issue I would hate to be a defendant when she's on the job