Bailey, F(rancis) Lee
BAILEY, F(rancis) Lee
BAILEY, F(rancis) Lee. American, b. 1933. Genres: Novels, Law, Young adult fiction. Career: Admitted to the Bar of Massachusetts, 1960; Bailey, Fishman and Leonard, Boston, MA, senior partner; founder of private detective agency; host of weekly prog., Good Company, 1967; Gallery mag., publisher, 1972-; Enstrom Helicopter Corp., president, 1972-. Publications: (with H.P. Rothblatt) Criminal Law Library, Vols. 1-11, 1969-82; (with H. Aronson) The Defense Never Rests: The Art of Cross-Examination, 1971; (with J Greenya) For the Defense, 1975; (with Greenya) Cleared for Approach: F. Lee Bailey in Defense of Flying, 1977; Secrets (novel), 1978; (with Rothblatt) Complete Manual of Criminal Forms: Federal and State, 2 vols., 1968, 1974, suppl. 1987; How to Protect Yourself Against Cops in California and Other Strange Places, 1982; How to Be a Trial Lawyer, 1982; (with K.J. Fishman) Supplements to the Bailey-Rothblatt Criminal Law Series, 1986-; (with Fishman) Handling Misdemenor Cases, 2nd ed, 1992; (with Fishman) Complete Manual of Criminal Forms, 3rd ed, 1993; (with Fishman) Criminal Trial Techniques, 1994. Address: Fishman, Anker & Horstmann LLP, 200 Berkeley St. Fl 16, Boston, MA 02116-5022, U.S.A.