Fool for a Lawyer

A compelling, humorous, and often bizarre memoir, the true story of a subway motorman who rejects the modern relegation of fathers to the absurdity known as "visitation," this is the personal story of a Pennsylvania native finding his way to New York, trying to make sense of life and love and finding himself in an Orwellian sinkhole, fighting for justice against the courts, simply for fatherhood.

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About mark crane

MARK CRANE, author of the 2008 memoir, Fool for a Lawyer, is the father of four wonderful kids, devoted husband to his most special lady, and a world citizen with a wide variety of life experience.
He earned his BA in Political Science at NYU and his MS in Education at Lehman College. He has served as Court Clerk and Probation Office in New York City and has a varied career in social work and teaching at-risk children. From his home in the Bronx, he dabbles in activism, blogging, and subway operation.

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