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Spies on Trial

True Tales of Espionage in the Courtroom

by Cecil C. Kuhne III Author · Joe Barrett Narrator


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Cecil C. Kuhne III describes a number of historical, law changing judicial cases, well-publicized criminal trials of those accused of treason against the United States, as well as lawsuits concerning other unusual matters, such as the governmental restrictions on bugging and other surveillance devices that cannot be sold to the general public. The author successfully explores well known espionage cases, such as the Julius and Ethel Rosenberg and Morton Sobell trial of 1951, as well as more recent cases where the courts have dealt with the activities of the National Security Administration (NSA) as they monitor telephone communications in their efforts to apprehend terrorist organizations. Spies on Trial brings the listener fast-paced stories of foreign spies engaged in daring deeds of sleuthing that undoubtedly have more than their fair share of intriguing moments. But nowhere is this suspense more intense than inside the courtroom, where the drama of intense covert activities is fully unfurled, offering fascinating glimpses into this vast and nefarious underground world of international espionage.

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Tantor Media, Inc.
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Cecil C. Kuhne III (Author)

Cecil C. Kuhne III is a lawyer with Norton Rose Fulbright, a law firm in Dallas, Texas. Kuhne is the author of eighteen books on litigation, including Sherlock Holmes for Lawyers: 100 Clues for Litigators From the Master Detective and Business Bri...

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