Book Reviews of Local Rules

Local Rules
Local Rules
Author: Jay Brandon
ISBN-13: 9780671884093
ISBN-10: 0671884093
Publication Date: 5/1/1996
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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The old county house courthouse casts the longest shadow in Green Hills , Texas and when former san Antonio Assistant D.A. Jordan Marshall is ticketed for speeding , he is hauled before the bench of Judge Richard Waverly . His honor has a job for a city atty like him:a local boy is charged with the attempted murder of his best buddy . When an outrageous bail is set ,Jordan knows his sullen client is being railroaded. The defendant stands speechless before the court , the whole town arrayed against him and it is up to Jordan to find out why .

"Jay Brandon just keeps getting better ...Local Rules presents a terrifically , engagibg protagonist beautifully paced.. a wondeful book by a masterful author" Jeremiah Healy, author of Rescue
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The old county courthouse cast the longest shadow in Green Hills, Texas, and when former San Antonio Assisant D.A. Jordan Marshall is ticketed for speeding, he is hauled before the bench of Judge Richard Waverly. His Honor has a job for him, serve as the court appointed for a local boy charged with the attemted murder of his best friend. When outrageous bail is set, Jordan knows he is being railroaded.The defendant stands speechless and the whole town is against him-and its up to Jordan to find out why.
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A good legal thriller that takes place in a small town in Texas - because the attorney is tickets for speeding - and instead of paying a fine, the judge assigns him to represent a local who is charged with attempted murder. Good read