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Inspiring and instructive biographies of the 100 most influential judges from state and federal courts in one easy to access volume. Judge Roy Bean's courtroom was a saloon. Judge Learned Hand defended free speech. Judge John J. Sirica presided over Watergate. Judge Joseph Story freed the Amistad captives. Judge Sarah T. Hughes reformed juvenile justice in Dallas. From all levels of the justice system come judges whose public service has impacted American lives, and laws. Great American Judges profiles 100 outstanding judges and justices in a full sweep of U.S. history. Chosen by lawyers, historians, and political scientists for inclusion in this inspiring work, these men and women laid the foundation of U.S. law. A complement to Great American Lawyers, together these two volumes create a complete picture of our nation's top legal minds from colonial times to today. Following an introduction on the role of judges in American history are A-Z biographical entries portraying this diverse group from extraordinarily different backgrounds. Students and history enthusiasts will appreciate the accomplishments of these role models and the connections between their inspiring lives and their