The Lindbergh Kidnapping Suspect No. 1: The Man Who Got Away


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About the Author

Lise Pearlman is an acclaimed author, a former trial lawyer and judge. She is a nationally recognized speaker on famous trials of the 20th century and appeared in Stanley Nelson's acclaimed 2015 film The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution as the country's leading expert on the 1968 Huey Newton death penalty trial. Her first and second history books, The Sky's The Limit: People v. Newton, The Real Trial of the 20th Century? [Regent Press 2012] and American Justice on Trial: People v. Newton [Regent Press 2016] won awards in the categories of law, history and multiculturalism. Her most recent work, With Justice for Some: Politically Charged Criminal Trials in the Early 20th Century That Helped Shape Today's America [Regent Press 2017] has also garnered rave reviews. Pearlman was an undergraduate in the first class that included women at Yale University when Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale was tried for murder in New Haven. She then moved to the Bay Area where she attended Berkeley Law School and then clerked for California Chief Justice Donald Wright before practicing law in Oakland. From 1989-1995, she served as the first Presiding Judge of the California State Bar Court. Pearlman has spent almost all her adult life in the Bay Area where Fay Stender practiced and the Huey Newton trial of the century took place and where she still resides. Ms. Pearlman is currently producing the companion documentary to her 2016 book American Justice on Trial: People v. Newton. (