As lawyer and judge for half a century john fitzgerald molloy both profited from our legal system and saw how it has been altered in favor of lawyers to the detriment of society he shows that the legal profession has continuously re shaped the law in subtle but significant ways to make legal services ever more necessary and more lucrative for the fraternity. The fraternity lawyers and judges in collusion john fitzgerald molloy paragon house st paul minnesota 2005 280 pages 2295. A former chief justice of the court of appeals for arizona discusses his part in what he considers collusion as a lawyer including discussions of cases in which he was professionally involved and argues that american lawyers and judges have acted jointly to make the legal system progressively require the work of legal professionals an outcome that has become possible by sanctifying the constitution in a way that allows them to paint opposition to their decisions as sacreligious. The fraternity lawyers and judges in collusion the once honorable profession of law now fully functions as a bottom line business driven by greed and the pursuit of power and wealth even shaping the laws of the united states outside the elected congress and state legislatures justice john f molloy
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