John Grisham isn’t the only one writing about legal mayhem. Here are some suggestions of other titles dealing with the legal world.
Prejudicial Error by Bill Blum
Disgraced lawyer John Solomon tries to revive his career with his spirited defense of an accused cop-killer. The case pits him against a strong right-wing prosecutor with powerful political allies.
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Shadows of Doubt by Herb Brown
An attorney befriends her newly located half-sister and then is forced to defend her when she is indicted for murder.
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The Defense by D.W. Buffa
Defense attorney Joseph Antonelli has never lost a case. When his friend and mentor Judge Rifkin asks him to defend a con man and convicted drug dealer accused of raping his stepdaughter, Antonelli has serious doubts about the meaning of justice.
Shadow of a Doubt by William Coughlin
Not to be confused with Herb Brown’s title mentioned above, here recovering alcoholic Charlie Sloan ekes out a minimal existence in a small
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