Zero Risk

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Trafford Publishing, 2006 - Fiction - 261 pages
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Dan Murphy had always been a man of principle. For years, he had deplored the many instances of injury and death that were all too often foisted upon the innocent victims of unprovoked attacks by criminals of various stripes. He had vowed that if he were ever in such a predicament, he would do whatever it took to avoid becoming such a statistic. Well, he got his chance when he and his family were attacked and captured by criminals at a campground in a remote area of Central Utah. He fought back but in applying his avowed principle of “Zero Risk”, and in trying to protect his family and anyone else who might happen along, the County Prosecutor said he went too far and charged him with aggravated assault, a 2nd or 3rd degree felony. Would the jury convict him for trying to do what was right?

 

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