About the Book
As the principal courtroom sketch artist for the New York Times and WABC in New York, Marilyn Church covered many of America’s most infamous trials, from the downfall of John Gotti to the trial of would-be presidential assassin John Hinckley; from the conviction of Martha Stewart to the Sean “Puffy” Combs weapons possession trial.
In The Art of Justice, Marilyn Church takes readers into the courtroom for an insider’s view of thirty sensational cases. Experience the story behind the dramatic headlines in the legal battles of subway vigilante Bernhard Goetz, Long Island Lolita Amy Fisher, preppie murderer Robert Chambers, David “Son of Sam” Berkowitz, the bizarre child custody war between Woody Allen and Mia Farrow, and many, many others.
In addition to more than one hundred brilliant full-color reproductions of Church’s artwork, The Art of Justice also includes compelling trial summaries by noted television journalist Lou Young and a Celebrity Gallery depicting the courtroom appearances of Mick Jagger, Yoko Ono, Paul Newman, Caroline Kennedy, Donald Trump, and a host of other luminaries.
Part artistic celebration, part cultural history, The Art of Justice is the perfect addition to any lawyer’s library and essential reading for true-crime fans everywhere!
About the Author
For three decades, Marilyn Church has captured the likeness of judges, lawyers, witnesses, and the accused for the New York Times and all major TV news media including ABC-TV, CNN ,NBC , AP and all major news media.
A large body of her work has been purchased by the Smithsonian and In 2010 The Library of Congress purchased and collected over 3500 of her courtroom drawings
The Art of Justice, her recently published book, features more than 100 full-color reproductions of her dramatic artwork of the most captivating trials of our times.
Her drawings are in the collections of numerous renowned lawyers, law firms, and museums, including Museum of Moving Image, Museum of Natural History & Harvard