The Jury's Back

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 12, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 359 pages
" An exciting story of the life of a man, from his early years as a hungry orphan, to his rewarding achievements as a successful trial lawyer. He entertains with gusto as we experience some of his exciting cases as well as his madcap personal experiences. The true murder case is so unbelievable and spellbinding; it transcends reality as it unravels and becomes comical and then the irony in its conclusion. His selection of the title The Jurys Back gives real insight into the fervor associated with the conclusion of a trial. Throughout, we feel the authors desire to inspire young people to succeed. It also provides a good test to determine if you could be a good trial lawyer."
 

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About the author (2008)

Ralph Sistrunk and his wife Kathy and two Yorkies live in Jacksonville, Florida on a spectacular knoll overlooking a serene lake and the eleventh hole of the golf course he once saved from a real estate developers destruction. Their union has been blessed with five children, ten grandchildren and nine great grandchildren (and counting). Now retired from the active practice of law, he still performs pro bono, (for free) for those in need. He entertains with tireless humor and passion for life and through this book he shares his journey from a hungry orphan, delivering newspapers, to a successful trial lawyer and real estate entrepreneur. His mother would be proud.

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