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Steven T. Wax
Steven T. Wax

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Steven Wax is in his sixth term as the Federal Public Defender for the District of Oregon. A cum laude graduate of Colgate University and Harvard Law School, he was a key part of the Brooklyn, N.Y. District Attorney's prosecution of David Berkowitz, a.k.a."The Son of Sam." Wax and his team are currently representing seven men held as "enemy combatants" in Guantanamo. He has taught at the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College, serves as an ethics prosecutor for the Oregon State Bar, and lectures throughout the country.

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Kafka Comes to America
Fighting for Justice in the War on Terror
Written by Steven T. Wax

Format: eBook, 380 pages
Publisher: Other Press
On Sale: September 7, 2010
Price: $14.99

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Kafka Comes to America
Fighting for Justice in the War on Terror - A Public Defender's Inside Account
Written by Steven T. Wax

Format: Hardcover, 380 pages
Publisher: Other Press
On Sale: June 3, 2008
Price: $25.95

Winner of the American Bar Association’s 2009 Silver Gavel Award for Books
In Kafka Comes to America, federal public defender Stephen T. Wax argues that under the Bush administration, not only have the civil rights of foreigners been in jeopardy, but also those of U.S. citizens. Wax interweaves the stories of two... Read more >
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