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Presumption of Guilt
Presumption of Guilt
Author: Herb Brown
ISBN-13: 9780515108262
ISBN-10: 051510826X
Publication Date: 7/1/1992
Edition: Reprint
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Jove
Book Type: Paperback
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In this most unusual courtroom drama, Ohio Supreme Court Justice Herb brown dramatizes in a remarkable trial the bolatile question of how to evaluate testimony given by a young child. Presumtion of Guilt center around a bright and well adjusted seven year old boy who harbors a terrible secret that prevents him for contradicting the suspicions of the adults who govern his life. Well intentioned as they are, his mother and father, the police, the prosecutor and the expert psychiatrist-perhaps even the jury-make up a formidable array of authority figures whose desire to protect children from a heinous crime causes them to presume pervesion. As the boy fights valiatly to keep his secret in the face of cross examination, the courtroom confrontation explodes in a devastating startling climax....
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A page turner about courtroom drama.
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I've read some books that were dang nigh impossible to put down. This is another one. Spellbinding!!