Who Knew The New York Post Cares about what I Read?
"IN MY LIBRARY: DAVID FEIGE
We all remember what Steven Bochco did for the image of New York cops (they look like Dennis Franz); now he's turned his attention to New York lawyers and public defenders (they look like a long-haired Mark-Paul Gosselaar).
Bochco certainly has the right guide: David Feige, a former defender in The Bronx who wrote a book of his experience called "Indefensible: One Lawyer's Journey into the Inferno of American Justice." He's the co-creator of "Raising the Bar," the Bochco series that starts tomorrow night on TNT.
"The world view and perspective of 'Raising' are very much drawn from 'Indefensible'," Feige says. "Though none of the characters of plotlines of the show are directly based on the book, it is certainly the thing that most influenced the feeling of the show."
When he's not writing or producing, Feige is reading - though not always for pleasure. "Most law related books feel like a busman's holiday," he says. Still, "a few certainly standout," and those are the ones in his library:
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