The Best I Could

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Raw and unfiltered perspective of a criminal lawyer.

This book could be a good read for those interested in the criminal justice system and want a behind-the-scenes look at the life of a prominent criminal lawyer. With his raw and unfiltered perspective, Subhas Anandan shares his views on controversial topics such as mandatory death sentences and police entrapment. By delving into his own experiences, he offers a compelling exploration of the human side of criminals and invites readers to question their preconceived notions. Through his passionate advocacy and thought-provoking insights, Anandan showcases the need for reform in the legal system and challenges readers to reconsider their own beliefs about guilt and justice.

The Best I Could

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ISBN: 9789812614575
Authors: Subhas Anandan
Date of Publication: 2009-11-30
Format: Paperback
Goodreads rating: 4.31
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Subhas Anandan is undoubtedly the best-known criminal lawyer in Singapore. From taking on the sensational cases of Took Leng How, Anthony Ler and Ah Long San to his views on mandatory death sentences and police entrapment , Subhas Anandan has become the face of criminal defence in Singapore. But why does he choose to represent clients who are to all intents and purposes guilty? And are the criminals who he represents really the monsters they are made out to be? Has he ever felt sorry for the clients he represents? What are his views on the death penalty, and which parts of the legal system does he think need reforming?
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Raw and unfiltered perspective of a criminal lawyer.

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