Describes the author's experience of the bombing trials in a Manhattan federal court in 2001. This book looks at the investigation leading up to the trial, encounters with some of the FBI's leading terrorism investigators, and moments of drama from the proceedings themselves.
Susan F. Hirsch is associate professor at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. She is the author of Pronouncing and Persevering and the coeditor of Contested States .
Winner of Herbert Jacob Book Prize, Law and Society Association 2007 (United States).