You the Jury: A Recovered Memory Case Allegations of Sexual Abuse

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Can a person repress memories of childhood sexual abuse and then suddenly "recover" those memories ten, fifteen, or twenty years later? In You the Jury, you will hear opposing arguments on both sides of the question, Are recovered memories reality or fantasy? You'll be drawn into the fast-paced drama that unfolds both outside and inside the courtroom when the plaintiff, 27-year-old Roberta Claire, decides to file a lawsuit charging childhood sexual abuse by the defendant, Roberta's stepfather, 66-year-old Lloyd ...
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Overview

Can a person repress memories of childhood sexual abuse and then suddenly "recover" those memories ten, fifteen, or twenty years later? In You the Jury, you will hear opposing arguments on both sides of the question, Are recovered memories reality or fantasy? You'll be drawn into the fast-paced drama that unfolds both outside and inside the courtroom when the plaintiff, 27-year-old Roberta Claire, decides to file a lawsuit charging childhood sexual abuse by the defendant, Roberta's stepfather, 66-year-old Lloyd Adams. Although the alleged incidents occurred more than fifteen years ago, Roberta is convinced they actually happened. Lloyd, on the other hand, insists he is innocent and claims that Roberta's psychologist planted the awful memories in his stepdaughter's mind. Most important, when the case goes to trial and is argued by real attorneys Mark Roseman and William Craig, you'll be invited to participate in the decision-making process as a voting member of the jury. Will you be convinced that Roberta's memories of abuse are real and find for the plaintiff? Will you reject the theory of recovered memories as "junk science" and find for the defendant? Only by mailing in your Verdict Card can You the Jury tell us how the story will end.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780929765549
  • Publisher: Seven Locks Press
  • Publication date: 7/22/1996
  • Pages: 467
  • Product dimensions: 6.28 (w) x 9.22 (h) x 1.39 (d)

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