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Book details
  • Genre:SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • SubGenre:Ethnic Studies / African American Studies
  • Language:English
  • Pages:76
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781483583891

Lecture On Black America & American Justice

A History & Paradigm of Retributive Psychosis

by ZULU ALI

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Overview
Lecture on Black America & American Justice: A History & Paradigm of Retributive Justice is a Transcript, with Illustrations, of a lecture by Attorney Zulu Ali, a trial lawyer, former police officer, and U.S. Marine Corps Veteran. It is a critical analysis of the American justice system as it relates to African Americans and how the psychosis of fear of African Americans significantly shaped the history, structure, and paradigm of the justice system.
Description
Lecture on Black America & American Justice: A History & Paradigm of Retributive Justice is a Transcript, with Illustrations, of a lecture by Attorney Zulu Ali, a trial lawyer, former police officer, and U.S. Marine Corps Veteran. It is a critical analysis of the American justice system as it relates to African Americans and how the psychosis of fear of African Americans significantly shaped the history, structure, and paradigm of the justice system.
About the author
A former Police Officer and U.S. Marine Corps Veteran, Attorney Zulu Ali earned his juris doctorate from Trinity International University; a masters in business (M.B.A.) and criminal justice (M.S.) from University of Phoenix; a liberal arts degree with a concentration in African Studies from Regents College of the University of the State of New York, through a consortium with Tennessee State University; and police officer certification from Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy. Attorney Ali began his professional career in the United States Marine Corps. After enlisting and finishing basic recruit training and infantry school, he served with the U.S. Marine Corps Security Forces in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Ali also served with 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment and 2nd Battalion 4th Marine Regiment. He was awarded the Good Conduct Medal, Meritorious Unit Citation, Meritorious Mass, and National Defense Medal for his military service. After completing basic training at the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy, Ali was certified by the Tennessee Peace Officers Standard Training and served as a sworn police officer with the Shelbyville City Police Department; Lewisburg City Police Department; and Vanderbilt Police Department through a special police commission by the Nashville-Davidson County Metropolitan Police Department. Ali also owned and operated an own investigations and security company, providing service as private defense counsel investigator and private security and bodyguard services. Attorney Ali opened the Law Offices of Zulu Ali 2007 and focuses representing persons accused of crimes, immigrants, and persons seeking civil justice; taking on extremely difficult cases and matters that provide an opportunity to make changes in the law, through the courts, when the law is unjust. Ali has been admitted to the California State Bar; United States District Courts for the districts of Central California, Southern California, Northern California, and Colorado; United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth, Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh Circuits; and the United States Supreme Court. Ali is the Director of the American Committee for United Nations Oversight, an advocacy group seeking the United Nations involvement in police abuse matters; Director of the Veterans Legal Clinic of Southern California; and Chairman of the Immigration Criminal Advisement Reform Committee (ICARE). Ali was named to the Top 100 Lawyers by the prestigious National Black Lawyers-Top 100; named Premier Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the American Academy of Trial Attorneys, also known as the National Academy of Jurisprudence; named Top 10 Attorneys for client satisfaction in criminal law and personal injury by the American Institute of Legal Counsel. Ali is also an active member of the National Conference of Black Lawyers; American Society of Criminology, and its committee on People of Color and Crime; and National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice. A descendant of African slaves brought to North America in the eighteenth century, Ali was born and raised in central Tennessee, where he attended public schools and excelled and lettered in football. Attorney Ali is a devoted husband and father; he lives in Southern California with Charito, his wife of 30 years. Their four adult children and three grandchildren, Amayah, Tye, and Izem, also live in Southern California.
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