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    Courting the Media: Public Relations for the Accused and the Accuser by Margaret Mackenzie
    English | Nov. 30, 2006 | ISBN: 0275991253 | 205 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

    Media relations are not just for the rich and famous. Mackenzie takes readers behind the scenes of high-profile cases in which men, women, and even children were thrust into the spotlight-many because they were victims of unwarranted prosecution by the justice system and inaccurate depiction by the press.

    With media-savvy guidance from Mackenzie, these people and their lawyers successfully challenged the prejudiced portraits that police and prosecutors tried to present. In this book, Mackenzie also weighs in on celebrity cases, analyzing how they and their lawyers used the media to their advantage, or how they failed to do so.

    Mackenzie is a consummate expert in the use of media relations in the court of law. Her conviction that a right to demand a fair portrayal by the press must not be reserved for the prosecution or the wealthy has propelled her career as she has fought for the falsely accused, the unjustly portrayed, and their families.[​IMG]
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