DAN MOORE has been a trial lawyer for most of his adult life. He believes those that describe a jury trial as a “search for the truth.” While some court trials are shown in this novel, the book tells about many people in the system, or close to it, who are neither lawyers nor Judges. Your author has seen that lawyers win some trials and lose he knows that a full trial and a jury verdict are things that must continue as pillars of our court system.
The author holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Franklin College, a Masters Degree from Indiana University and the Juris Doctor Degree from the John Marshall Law School. He has served as a private criminal defense lawyer, public defender, appellate counsel in criminal and civil cases and also served a brief time as a deputy prosecutor.
The readers will find suspense and surprises as they navigate through this novel of court trials and other situations faced by an aggressive and idealistic attorney. The investigations of a string of deaths in the local jail occur around the same time that the lawyer’s success looks unstoppable. While unaware of anything about the killings , the lawyer’s career that once carried so much promise spirals downward soon after charges are filed for the murders.
Your author illustrates the clash between rules and laws compared to views of others who want to define “justice” in different ways. He also shows how good people sometimes get caught in that crossfire. The reader will see heartache and pain caused from breach of trust. This is a must-read for those who appreciate the thrill of facing challenges or taking a chance to ride what the idealistic lawyer in this book calls the roller coaster of life.
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by Dan Moore
Price: $8.99 USD. 95060 words.
Published on August 29, 2011. Fiction.
A thrilling journey through the world of police work and courtrooms before elements of corruption bring a once rocketing legal career to it's knees. Just after the daring and dedicated trial lawyer reached as far as he thought he could go, people from the system he loved so much had other ideas.
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