Final Justice: The True Story of the Richest Man Ever Tried for Murder
Here is the true-crime account of a brutal crime, a brilliant defense, and a wealthy defendant who got away with murder. The authors reexamine the notorious case of multi-millionaire Cullen Davis--accused of the 1976 Fort Worth shooting spree that left two dead and one paralyzed--and bring to light new facts. 8 pages of photos.
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Very vivid writing. The events that take place in this book are unimaginable.
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A case where truth is stranger than fiction. Wow. Read full review
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Empirical Approaches to Jury Selection
Final justice : The true story of the richest man ever tried for murder. New York, ny : Dutton. Narby, dj, Cutler, bl, & Moran, G. (1993). ...
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