Both cases were 1st Degree Murder trials. For months, the Mothers carry on a “normal” life, denying any knowledge. Both cases involved the concealment of a missing child. Both involved stories of the horrific murder of young children. Both were deliberated by jurors. Why the different outcome?
Told by the Jury Forman of the North Carolina trial, it has riveting insights about the case, and the deliberation process from the Jury’s perspective. It is a “must-read” for prospective jurors, media, legal professionals and all those involved with jury trials!
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About the Author
I was born in Lafayette, Louisiana and raised in New Orleans. But I truly grew-up as I travelled or lived in some thirty-four states. A Human Resources Manager, he now resides with his family in Monroe, North Carolina. My writings and interests are eclectic. My latest series, The Paladin Papers, are fast-paced, fact-based military/techno thrillers. Based on today's events and often set in the near future, they offer thought-provoking entertainment. They will keep you thinking long after you put them down. I am certain you will enjoy reading these stories as much as I did writing them. . .
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The author brings you behind the curtains of the jury room. They deliberated a case reminding me of the Casey Anthony trial, except the defendant was ruled Guilty! From start to finish - a primer for those invovled in criminal trails. Also build a case for child advocacy