She would be severely beaten and likely killed if she stayed, but certainly killed if she tried to leave. Was it self-defense, or was it murder? To defend his client, one lawyer from Michigan's Upper Peninsula must find the truth in forensic evidence and through a sensational trial, portray to the jury a drama of the life of Jean and John Davis. Revord's Beyond Terror tells readers this gripping story of a battered wife who suddenly is left no choice but to end years of domestic violence by killing her abusive husband.
A trial lawyer for forty-eight years himself, Revord delivers this fictional story--inspired largely on real events--with much precision, capturing the technicalities and the drama involved in criminal proceedings. For more information on Beyond Terror, log on to:
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This book should be used in a teaching situation. It was very dull, never grabbed my attention and had way toooo much lawyer terminology/explanation. Unless you need a quick study in the way the courtroom works I have to say this was one of the worse books I've read to date.
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Beyond Terror: A Battered Wife on Trial for the Alleged Murder of Her Husband
No preview available - 2011