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Guilty Until Proven Innocent By Peter James
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This is the story of how a number of lives came together on a fateful evening, and of how some ended together. The ensuing conspiracy within the legal system to justify an impossible scenario is hard... More > to believe. It is a true story of life and death, lies and intrigue, to this day clouded in mystery.< Less
The Guilty Is Innocent By Sean W. Cooper
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Justin Pikk is a normal man living a normal life, until his life flips around right before the New Year when he is accused of committing one “crime”, which possibly lead to several... More > others. Warning: Contains some profanity and violence.< Less
The Guilty Is Innocent By Sean W. Cooper
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Justin Pikk is a normal man living a normal life, until his life flips around right before the New Year when he is accused of committing one “crime”, which possibly led to several... More > others. Warning: Contains some profanity and violence.< Less
The Guilty Is Innocent By Sean W. Cooper
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Justin Pikk is a normal man living a normal life, until his life flips around right before the New Year when he is accused of committing one “crime”, which possibly led to several... More > others. Warning: Contains some profanity and violence.< Less
Guilty or Innocent By Lloyd Bruce Miller
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One doesn't, in practice, always get the benefit of doubt. A defendant may well find himself guilty until proven innocent. In this book, the author attempts to win the reader over to his innocence,... More > by giving an account and explanation of himself. Thus, he tells his thoughts and experiences which he feels might be relevant to the accusation against him. There is no actual legal case. But on a purely personal level, he feels he is misunderstood, and so is motivated to explain himself. The book suggests that a defendant might do well to take the stand in his own behalf, rather than allow the prosecution to do all the work of presenting evidence. This would be true, though, only if the defendant were truly innocent.< Less
Injustice For All, Guilty Until Proven Innocent By Doc Brady
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How the judicial system works or doesn't work, in our country and others. Learn how no good deed goes unpunished. One man's encounter with the US judicial system and its unjustice with a view from... More > all prospectives.< Less
Injustice For All, Guilty Until Proven Innocent By Doc Brady
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How the judicial system works or doesn't work, in our country and others. Learn how no good deed goes unpunished. One man's encounter with the US judicial system and its unjustice with a view from... More > all prospectives.< Less
Injustice For All, Guilty Until Proven Innocent By Doc Brady
eBook (PDF): $14.95
How the judicial system works or doesn't work, in our country and others. Learn how no good deed goes unpunished. One man's encounter with the US judicial system and its unjustice with a view from... More > all prospectives.< Less
Injustice For All, Guilty Until Proven Innocent By Doc Brady
eBook (PDF): $14.95
How the judicial system works or doesn't work, in our country and others. Learn how no good deed goes unpunished. One man's encounter with the US judicial system and its unjustice with a view from... More > all prospectives.< Less
Guilty Until Proven Innocent: A Look At The Victims Of Wrongfull Convictions , The Exonerated , Vindicated And Pardoned By Steven James Fredrick Jr.
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This is a book dedicated to all those who are wrongfully convicted each year-the innocents. A staggering number of people are convicted of crimes they did not committ each year. They, and thier... More > families are forced to pick up the pieces. This is thier story. "May the unjust recieve thier punishment , and the right recieve thier just due" -Steven James Fredrick Jr.< Less