Defending the devil: my story as Ted Bundy's last lawyer

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W. Morrow, 1994 - Law - 336 pages
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The attorney for infamous serial murderer Ted Bundy provides a fascinating exploration of the case, discussing the difficult balance she had to maintain between her responsibilities as a lawyer, her compassion for life, and her feelings about her client's vicious crimes.

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DEFENDING THE DEVIL: My Story as Ted Bundy's Last Lawyer

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A powerful, moving account of a fledgling lawyer's struggle to stay the execution of serial killer Ted Bundy. As a first-year associate, Nelson blindly accepted a ``little pro bono project.'' She had ... Read full review

Defending the devil: my story as Ted Bundy's last lawyer

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"I was born to represent Ted Bundy,'' writes lawyer Nelson, the reluctant heroine of this saga of serial killer Bundy's last three years of life. Assigned to the case as a "pro bono'' project by her ... Read full review


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