Justice My Way: Memoirs of a Black Prosecutor
Martinis Jackson, author
In Justice My Way, Martinis Jackson chronicles his life-changing experience serving as a black prosecutor in Washington, D.C. Martinis offers readers an opportunity to experience the criminal justice system from the perspective of an African-American man working behind the scenes to create change. The memoir explores the primary obstacles that every prosecutor must face when seeking to administer justice fairly, and how Martinis’ life-story shaped his approach to overcoming those barriers. Martinis Jackson is a graduate of Howard University School of Law and is currently a practicing attorney in the District of Columbia. He served as a prosecutor in the District of Columbia’s U.S. Attorney’s Office, spending time in its domestic violence, guns and drugs, and major felony crimes units.