True tales of judges who were murdered in the 20th Century in the United States. Some were assassinated. Some murdered by family members. Some killed in courtrooms. Some on their own property.
Additionally, a few stories of judges who died by mysterious means, and some curious situations involving judges.
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About the Author
Susan P. Baker is the author of five novels and two nonfiction books, which all have a legal angle due to her career in the justice system dealing with murder, kidnapping, incest, stalking, child support, child custody, and divorce. A retired Texas judge from Galveston, for twelve years Susan heard family violence, child abuse, juvenile delinquency (including murder), child custody battles, and other family cases. She also practiced law for nine years spending much of her time in the courtroom in the trial of criminal and family cases. While in law school, she worked as a probation officer in which her worst experiences, besides driving on I-45 from Galveston to Houston for classes several times a week, were making home visits to some scary neighborhoods.
Susan’s father was a lawyer and a judge. She remembers him parking the family outside the old county jail while he went in and made bail bonds. She'd stare out the window at the broken glass lining the tops of the walls to prevent escapes and wonder what the jail was like inside. Later, she became quite familiar with the inside of the jail, but luckily she could leave whenever she wanted.
Susan is a member of Women Fiction Writers Association, Authors Guild, Sisters in Crime, Writers League of Texas, and Galveston Novel and Short Story Writers.
She is married, has two children, eight grandchildren, and lives in Texas. She loves dark chocolate, especially with raspberries, and traveling around the world. An anglophile, her favorite country is England where she likes to visit relatives (her mother was a British war bride) Roman ruins, anything Shakespeare, and just about everything else she comes across.
Follow her @Susanpbaker.