Ep. 134: Norman Shabel- True Crimes Meets Court TV

With more than 55 years in the courtroom, Norman Shabel has heard heartbreaking stories and seen the worst evil people can do to one another. Growing up on the streets of Brooklyn and Brownsville, NY, prepared him for the hard life he would have to live as a criminal prosecutor.

From his decades of legal career as a personal injury plaintiff and class action attorney, Norman gives the one question you must ask before hiring an attorney to represent you in court. Now retired from practicing law, Norman continues to impact people by turning prominent court cases into books and plays.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • Why law school is similar to a basketball court
  • A few of his biggest cases
  • How to find the “right” lawyer to represent you
  • His thoughts on “blind” justice
  • Why he started writing crime novels
  • How he tackles injustice today through the written word

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