A Southern Lawyer: Fifty Years at the Bar by Aubrey Lee Brooks

By Aubrey Lee Brooks

this can be the tale of 50 years of criminal battles in North Carolina, as skilled via the most winning legal professionals within the country. It conveys a narrative of robust neighborhood attachment, unwavering political religion, and lengthy and profitable carrier on the bar.

Originally released in 1950.

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