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Posted August 12, 2007
This very well written book chronicles the tale of the worlds most famous prosecutor. Just enough personal details to make the reader sympathize, we find a single mom who is burdened with going up against an unlimited budget defense. A great examination of all the people involved, you certainly will walk away from this book without a doubt!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 14, 2004
Posted February 1, 2000
Riveting Insider Account of Circus Trial
Clark divulges all the details about prosecution strategy and how incidents in her personal life led her to view Nicole as a kindred spirit. Some of her painful memories, suppressed for years, are brought to the surface by Nicole's tragic fate. The defense attorneys' methods of deception and misdirection are thoroughly examined as surprise witnesses are exposed as frauds time and again. Scheck is called most 'obnoxious' for subverting DNA science to protect the famous defendant. There are many revelations along the way, including the selective memories of certain key witnesses, who suddenly recalled everything at the civil trial. How important were jury consultants in this case? Very. What was wrong with the jury visit to the Rockingham/Bundy sites? Which prosecution lawyer irked Chris Darden the most? It's all here, and more, in this page-turner. It's an absorbing read- a sad tale of celebrity worshipped, race cards played and justice denied.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.