In Risking Justice, Ernie Hunter, a/k/a Ernie the Attorney, discovers that his skill as a lawyer isn't always good enough to win the day. Sometimes it takes a lucky break. Whether a case involves a serious enterprise or plain tomfoolery, Ernie knows that his client believes that the cause is just. He also knows that the quest for justice can be a fools errand. Ernie's story is about the real world cases that a lawyer grapples with on a daily basis and the unexpected vents that can turn an open and shut case into a gamble. As Ernie rolls the dice, he can only hope that his client's lucky numbers will be in play.
"...an authentic taste of the practice of law through the eyes of a people's lawyer...?---Hon. Marilyn Kelly, former Michigan Supreme Court Justice, current member, Wayne State University Board of Governors.
?... Risking Justice is for true lovers of legal drama....?---Hon. Donald E. Shelton. Circuit Court Judge, (retired), Ann Arbor, MI
?...the human side of lawyers and judges... This book will entertain you, hearten you, and keep you reading to the end.?---Lisa Brouillette, Attorney, Florence, WI
"... a profoundly captivating book."---Stephen Turner, Professor (retired), Department of English,Milwaukee Area Technical Collge, Milwaukee, WI.
"... one man's lifelong crusade for justice in rural America...sometimes dramatic, sometimes comedic."---Hon. Roy Gotham, Circuit Court Judge, (retired), Bessemer, MI.
"Good lawyers are good storytellers ... Funny, wise, and delightful."---Barry Goldman, Mediator/arbitrator, Bloomfield Hills, MI
"If you want to learn something about how a canny lawyer plans his cases, you should read Nino Green?s well written book...?---Bruce Miller, Attorney MillerCohen, Detroit, MI
"...gives the reader real insights into the legal system as practiced in the trenches... "---Robert S. LaBrant, Attorney, Lansing, MI.
"...Ernie the Attorney ... led me through the halls of Upper Peninsula justice ... a humorous and informative trip."---Victoria Ann Radke, Attorney, Escanaba MI