Anti-Semitism has been uncovered in an array of legal settings. In Jews on Trial readers will find variety and breadth in significant examples of prejudice, sometimes concealed, sometimes palpable, in official proceedings. Presented in clear and accessible essays are the fascinating stories -- from the French army captain whose ordeal stirred Theodor Herzl in his advocacy of Zionism to the U.S. Navy employee who passed classified information to Israel, from the Atlanta businessman accused of an unspeakable crime to the Holocaust historian who was sued by the fraudulent historian she unmasked. Here are innocents accused of brutal ritual murder and here are a husband and wife sentenced to death by a Jewish judge. Some well known stories are considered anew; readers may discover others for the first time. Each one is a revealing and provocative case history. All are true and fascinating, presented with balance and clarity by lawyers and scholars.