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Poetry. The first book in Campbell's critically acclaimed trilogy saw him as the country's first law student to argue a case before his state supreme court. The second book witnessed him convict (and then free) an innocent man as a prosecutor in Washington, D.C. The current volume returns Campbell to the defense, tracks his transition to teaching in California, and culminates with his defending his wife and others in "California versus Drusilla Campbell." It was the largest mass-protest trial in San Diego history.
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Arthur W. Campbell was born in Brooklyn, raised in Appalachia, and scholarshipped to Harvard and Georgetown Universities. Prior to earning his law degrees, he was a road-maintenance worker, janitor, boxer, rugby player, and professional musician. He then became a trial lawyer for and against the government in Washington, D.C. Campbell's poetry has won various prizes and been published in literary magazines and anthologies throughout the United States. Married to the novelist Drusilla Campbell, he now teaches at California Western School of Law in San Diego and trains horses in Lakeside, California.
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Book Description Poetic Matrix Press, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110985288337
Book Description Poetic Matrix Press, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB0985288337