Nothing to Do with Justice: The Di Fingleton Story
Diane Fingleton survived a childhood dominated by a competitive father intent on sporting success. Shy and unsure, she found a career in the law and became the first female Chief Magistrate of Queensland. When an intense workplace dispute escalated into litigation because of an email, Di found herself in the dock and charged as a criminal. Di spent six months behind bars, only to discover on her release that she should never have been sent to prison in the first place. This book is a riveting story of one woman's determination and the struggle to survive.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ozzieslim - LibraryThing
I read this in two sittings. This book does have nothing to do with justice, but it does have everything to do with power and the lengths people will go to keep it. It is also a sad but all too common ... Read full review