Guilty Until Proven Innocent a True life

Guilty Until Proven Innocent a True life
Author: D. Corbett Everidge
Pages: 161
ISBN: 9780595434480
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Release: 2007-07
Editor: iUniverse
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Innocent until proven guilty or guilty until proven innocent? D. Corbett Everidge cannot vote, own a firearm, or hold public office: he is a convicted felon. But did he actually commit the crime? In this true-life legal drama, former magistrate D. Corbett Everidge chronicles the events of the summer of 2005 and the ensuing criminal trial that led to a felony conviction and the end of his criminal justice career. He then asks you to assess the evidence and make your own reasonable decision about whether he is, indeed, innocent or guilty as charged. Everidge gives personal insight into his career and background to illustrate that guilt in a complex society is not always a matter of black and white. He also challenges many beliefs regarding the modern criminal justice system in the United States, effectively drawing a line between the theoretical and the actual. Ultimately, Guilty Until Proven Innocent is an intriguing literary criminal trial in which you decide the outcome. Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, what is your verdict?

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Author: Ronald J. Eubanks,Dawn Lynn Anderson
Pages: 186
ISBN: 164701042X
Available:
Release: 2020-06-08
Editor: Unknown
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

A black man, a white woman, and twenty-five years. The unbelievable true story of Ronald Eubanks's life. A young boy from the streets of Dallas grows up to become a wrongly convicted sex offender. Do the decisions we make as we're younger delineate the outcome of our future? Perhaps, if he had gone to school and listened to his mother, he wouldn't have been in the position he was. Convicted guilty of rape, he was sentenced to over a decade in prison. Not to mention, walking around Dallas for ten years, classified as a registered sex offender. In America, we tend to make everything better: cars, houses, and so much more. Ironically, our justice system remains similar to a third world country. Could this chain of events be caused by his negligence, a crooked justice system, or pure racism?

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Author: Donald S. Connery
Pages: 439
ISBN: 0425233235
Available:
Release: 2010
Editor: Berkley
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Recounts the incredible ordeal of 18-year-old Peter Reilly, coerced by Connecticut state police into confessing to the murder of his mother and exonerated three years later through the efforts of outraged friends and neighbors. Reprint.

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Author: Ronald J. Eubanks,Dawn Lynn Anderson
Pages: 186
ISBN: 1662400128
Available:
Release: 2020-06-08
Editor: Unknown
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

A black man, a white woman, and twenty-five years. The unbelievable true story of Ronald Eubanks's life. A young boy from the streets of Dallas grows up to become a wrongly convicted sex offender. Do the decisions we make as we're younger delineate the outcome of our future? Perhaps, if he had gone to school and listened to his mother, he wouldn't have been in the position he was. Convicted guilty of rape, he was sentenced to over a decade in prison. Not to mention, walking around Dallas for ten years, classified as a registered sex offender. In America, we tend to make everything better: cars, houses, and so much more. Ironically, our justice system remains similar to a third world country. Could this chain of events be caused by his negligence, a crooked justice system, or pure racism?

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Author: Jon Robins
Pages: 352
ISBN: 9781785903908
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Release: 2018-05-08
Editor: Biteback Publishing
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Whenever a miscarriage of justice hits the headlines, it is tempting to dismiss it as an anomaly – a minor hiccup in an otherwise healthy judicial system. Yet the cases of injustice that feature in this book reveal that they are not just minor hiccups, but symptoms of a chronic illness plaguing the British legal system. Massive underfunding, catastrophic failures in policing and shoddy legal representation have all contributed to a deepening crisis – one that the watchdog set up for the very purpose of investigating miscarriages of justice has done precious little to remedy. Indeed, little has changed since the ‘bad old days’ of the Guildford Four and Birmingham Six. Award winning journalist Jon Robins lifts the lid on Britain’s legal scandals and exposes the disturbing complacency that has led to many innocent people being deemed guilty, either in the eyes of the law or in the court of public opinion.

Until Proven Innocent

Until Proven Innocent
Author: Stuart Taylor, Jr.,patrick gray
Pages: 432
ISBN: 1429961090
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Release: 2010-04-01
Editor: Macmillan
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

What began that night shocked Duke University and Durham, North Carolina. And it continues to captivate the nation: the Duke lacrosse team members‘ alleged rape of an African-American stripper and the unraveling of the case against them. In this ever-deepening American tragedy, Stuart Taylor Jr. and KC Johnson argue, law enforcement, a campaigning prosecutor, biased journalists, and left-leaning academics repeatedly refused to pursue the truth while scapegoats were made of these young men, recklessly tarnishing their lives. The story harbors multiple dramas, including the actions of a DA running for office; the inappropriate charges that should have been apparent to academics at Duke many months ago; the local and national media, who were so slow to take account of the publicly available evidence; and the appalling reactions of law enforcement, academia, and many black leaders. Until Proven Innocent is the only book that covers all five aspects of the case (personal, legal, academic, political, and media) in a comprehensive fashion. Based on interviews with key members of the defense team, many of the unindicted lacrosse players, and Duke officials, it is also the only book to include interviews with all three of the defendants, their families, and their legal teams. Taylor and Johnson‘s coverage of the Duke case was the earliest, most honest, and most comprehensive in the country, and here they take the idiocies and dishonesty of right- and left-wingers alike head on, shedding new light on the dangers of rogue prosecutors and police and a cultural tendency toward media-fueled travesties of justice. The context of the Duke case has vast import and contains likable heroes, unfortunate victims, and memorable villains—and in its full telling, it is captivating nonfiction with broad political, racial, and cultural relevance to our times.

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Author: DeMarcus Rogers
Pages: 122
ISBN: 9798618084352
Available:
Release: 2020-03-09
Editor: Unknown
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

"It is stated innocent until proven guilty, but often in our culture it is guilty until proven innocent. Depending on your race, color or creed being at the wrong place at the wrong time can cost you your innocence and/or your life. Sometimes we are the casualty of a system's conclusion. So how do you overcome the system's conclusion when you are deemed guilty? This book tells the thrilling true story of a boxing icon's redemptive story. This is a raw account of the fight of DeMarcus Rogers' life." - Chris Sands Speaks - Author, Speaker, and Community Activist. "Guilty Until Proven Innocent is a wake up call for everybody. DeMarcus' story is another reflection of a systemic problem as it relates to policing and criminal justice in The United States of America. If you are an advocate for social justice let this in your face story fuel your passion to either keep up the good fight or to join in." - Eric D. Capehart, Sr - Mental Health Counselor for Social Justice - Founder of Experience Mental Health "Even when the system "works," it can cause a lot of pain. DeMarcus has written a visceral, very real account of his interaction with our legal and judicial system. His arrest and prosecution were based on bogus claims that he managed to beat, yet the shame, stress and anger still linger." - Samuel J. Gowin - Attorney "DeMarcus Rogers tells a story that demands attention. Like the fighter he is, Rogers writes with a voice that is tenacious, determined and complex, as he moves between his own personal story and the larger story of race, color and racism in this city and country. Reading this taught me many things." - David Cook - City Columnist, Chattanooga Times Free Press "Guilty Until Proven Innocent is a poignant coming of age book about a young man who although falsely accused still finds a way to believe in the power of justice in a very injustice system. This memoir is candid, introspective, and will make any of us with brown sons think about the power of the law, the media, and the justice system and how it adversely affects our families, our society and our race. Kudos to Marcus for giving us this must read perspective on how this small moment in time changed his life forever for the good and the bad." - Stephanie Sinkfield - Author, Entrepreneur, Community Activist

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Author: Richard Retelle
Pages: 154
ISBN: 0980020301
Available:
Release: 2007-11
Editor: Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

On April 5th, 2006, my son Chris was arrested in Hazel Park Michigan andcharged with 2nd Degree Home Invasion. He didn't match the descriptionof the suspects, wasn't wearing what the suspects were described aswearing and wasn't the height or weight of the suspects.He had an alibi, but the Hazel Park Police weren't interested. They had to arrest someone for the crime and Chris was the onlyperson they found out walking that night.Guilty Until Proven Innocent, details the events from April 5th, 2006,through January 17th, 2007. From uncooperative police officers, tounscrupulous lawyers, to the prosecutor that had a video surveillancetape in her possession, proving my son was shopping at the time ofthe reported break-in and simply ignored it.The book describes the non-investigation by the Hazel Park Policeand how they fabricated a case against my son. Calling in a K9 cop andhis dog Nikko, from the Madison Hts. Michigan Police to help with a fakeK9 tracking report.Guilty Until Proven Innocent, details my own investigation into theman claiming he'd seen my son in his house. With Internet backgroundchecks, State Police Criminal checks, searching court records andFreedom of Information requests.The book describes our feelings of frustration, anger and stress,until an attorney named Sid Suo came into our lives. He gave ushope and confidence, believed in us and gave us the will to beatthis false charge.Last but not least, Guilty Until Proven Innocent describes a promisemade, and a promise kept.Told in an honest, straight forward style,Guilty Until Proven Innocent is a true story,THAT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU.

Innocent Until Proven Guilty

Innocent Until Proven Guilty
Author: Duane Gundrum
Pages: 220
ISBN: 9780595176335
Available:
Release: 2001-06-01
Editor: iUniverse
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

A man murdered...A man framed for the murder with only a short time to prove his innocence before the killer strikes again and strikes at him. A murder mystery set at the highest levels of corporate America where lives are played as a game, where the results are success...or death.

Guilty Till Proven Innocent

Guilty Till Proven Innocent
Author: Richard Pelc
Pages: 218
ISBN: 1413767575
Available:
Release: 2005-07-01
Editor: Publishamerica Incorporated
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

The manipulative Sheila McMasters indulges in a scheme that she hopes will ultimately seduce her teacher into a torrid love affair. When Chad Peterson rebuffs her attempts to lure him into a romantic tryst, she engages in a brutal plan for revenge, one that could ultimately jeopardize Chad's career, his blossoming romance with a co-worker, and maybe his life. Will the nightmare he's experiencing ever end? Is it true that teachers are guilty until proven innocent? Readers will feel the emotional turmoil of Chad's attempt to save his career and preserve his relationship with the woman he truly loves.

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Author: Ronald J. Eubanks,Dawn Lynn Anderson
Pages: 184
ISBN: 9781647010430
Available:
Release: 2020-11-15
Editor: Page Publishing Inc
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

A black man, a white woman, and twenty-five years. The unbelievable true story of Ronald Eubanks’s life. A young boy from the streets of Dallas grows up to become a wrongly convicted sex offender. Do the decisions we make as we’re younger delineate the outcome of our future? Perhaps, if he had gone to school and listened to his mother, he wouldn’t have been in the position he was. Convicted guilty of rape, he was sentenced to over a decade in prison. Not to mention, walking around Dallas for ten years, classified as a registered sex offender. In America, we tend to make everything better: cars, houses, and so much more. Ironically, our justice system remains similar to a third world country. Could this chain of events be caused by his negligence, a crooked justice system, or pure racism?

Dear God I m Ticked Off

Dear God  I m Ticked Off
Author: R. Larry Moyer
Pages: 144
ISBN: 0825431751
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Release: 1999
Editor: Kregel Publications
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Honest letters to God, and God's honest, biblically based responses. Designed to answer the most common questions posed by non-Christians and wondering Christians.

Box Set Until Proven Innocent and The Unsolved Murder of Adam Walsh Books One and Two

Box Set  Until Proven Innocent and The Unsolved Murder of Adam Walsh Books One and Two
Author: Arthur Jay Harris
Pages: 771
ISBN:
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Release: 2016-06-08
Editor: Arthur Jay Harris
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT The prosecutor was no longer sure both murder defendants were guilty. So he asked his dad -- the real-life Kojak. A mother's dying, gasping call to 911: "My husband! My baby!" In her secluded ranch house, she'd been stabbed with a kitchen knife. Her husband, infant and elderly father-in-law had all been shot in the head, point-blank. For three years, police had two suspects under surveillance, then arrest. Both faced the death penalty. But prosecutor Brian Cavanagh began to doubt that the defendants were partners. So he consulted with his father, a retired NYPD cop whose reputation for savvy sleuthing had inspired the creation of one of the most beloved characters in television history. Now the question was: Could Dad help solve the case? THE UNSOLVED MURDER OF ADAM WALSH The famous missing child case of Adam Walsh, a 6-year-old last seen at a Sears in a shopping mall in Hollywood, Florida, in July 1981 was the worst nightmare imaginable. Two weeks later, a child's severed head was found and identified as Adam. No one has ever been arrested for the crime. For the most part, the case's narration has been told by the victims, Adam's parents Reve and John Walsh. However, there has been another voice, independent investigative journalist and author of five True Crime books about Florida, Arthur Jay Harris, who has continued to write about it for two decades, and has worked on it with ABC News, The Miami Herald, and others. The deeply-researched story he tells disputes almost everything that everyone in the public has been led to believe. IN BOOK ONE, Harris shows that the taker of Adam was most likely not the drifter Ottis Toole, as police now say, but rather the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, who was arrested ten years later with eleven severed heads in his apartment. Harris documented him by a police report living near Hollywood as a transient about when Adam disappeared. That report had him supposedly finding a dead body in an alley behind where he worked. The report referred to a meter and storage room steps away where Harris and ABC News found blood droplets rising up a wall next to a lumberman's axe and a sledgehammer. Was this Dahmer's doing? Further, Dahmer was identified by seven police witnesses who said they saw him at the mall with or near Adam when he was taken. One of those witnesses said he saw him throw Adam into a blue van and get away. Where Dahmer worked there was a blue van, easily and often taken for personal use, without permission. Early on, a blue getaway van was Hollywood's first, best clue. IN BOOK TWO, Harris shows that all the official files are incredibly missing the most customary documents that would prove the ID of the found child who was said to be Adam. Among the documents missing are the autopsy report, a forensic dental report (considering that the ID was strictly based on a tooth comparison), and Adam's dental chart and dental X-rays. An investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement confirmed his finding. In fact, the ID was not only shoddy and inadequate but is overwhelmingly likely wrong. In Adam's last photo he was clearly missing both his top front teeth. A police crime scene photo, never before published, shows the found child had a mostly-in buck tooth -- a top left front tooth. Harris consulted a number of pediatric and forensic dental and medical examiner experts who confirmed the obvious: there wasn't enough time for Adam to have grown it in that far. All that would have been exposed at a court trial -- but more than 30 years after Adam's disappearance, there has never been one. Did police end the search for Adam too soon? Could Adam still be alive? In fact not so impossible, Harris found...

False Accusations

False Accusations
Author: Nik Greene
Pages: 163
ISBN: 9781612044910
Available:
Release: 2011-04-01
Editor: Strategic Book Publishing
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

The author was accused of molesting a child and spends 3 years in the court system to clear himself of those false charges.

False Accusations

False Accusations
Author: Nik Greene
Pages: 154
ISBN: 1609760565
Available:
Release: 2011
Editor: Eloquent Books
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Moving the family from the UK to France was intended to bring a new and better life, and to give two newly adopted and troubled children a fresh start. One Monday morning, everything changed; the whole family would fall apart in the instant it took for one little girl to lie. The female detention judge looked at the author and spat the words, "You Monsieur Greene, are a paedophile and a pervert, and I have the authority to put you in prison for 20 years. I am going to make it my mission to do so." "In a country where it is presumed 'children don't lie, ' it took three years to fight the archaic, biased French system and clear my name by law, but clearing my name with the French people was another matter." In this true story, the author tells how sometimes "good intentions" are not always enough. "We have managed through our own strengths and that of our true friends to put it behind us, but I still, to this day, have nightmares of the time I spent in a jail more akin to Victorian England." He wrote this book to show how False Accusations affect not only the accuser and the accused, but everyone in between. About the Author: Nik Greene grew up on a farm in Norfolk, England. He moved his family to Limoges, France in 2004, and today lives between Pompadour, France, and Kent, England. He is now studying criminal psychology, and is working on a series of books about a private detective named Jack Thompson. Publisher's website: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/FalseAccusations.html Author's website: http: //www.nikgreene.com

Until Proven Innocent

Until Proven Innocent
Author: Arthur Jay Harris
Pages: 453
ISBN: 9781484092446
Available:
Release: 2013-09-06
Editor: Arthur Jay Harris
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Three years into the investigation of a horrific homicide case, a suburban home invasion murder of a wife and mother and point-blank shootings of her infant, husband, and father-in-law, the prosecutor slowly realizes that he and the police have been totally wrong about one of his capital murder defendants and reverses course. Until Proven Innocent was originally published by Avon Books. Story seen on the series True Convictions on Investigative Discovery, in January 2018. https://www.investigationdiscovery.com/tv-shows/true-conviction/full-episodes/the-final-call The Miami Herald: "[Brian] Cavanagh called on his father for help. Three decades ago, as a New York City detective, Thomas Cavanagh became famous clearing a man accused of a Manhattan murder. His work led to the original Kojak TV movie and subsequent series. Thomas Cavanagh built a reputation for cracking tough cases. He continued to track down elusive killers even after he retired and moved to South Florida. More than 15 years after he retired, Cavanagh used his legendary skills to help find a man who murdered a Davie woman during a home-invasion robbery. Working together to crack a Davie murder case, the real-life Kojak and his prosecutor son..." Globe Magazine: REAL-LIFE KOJAK CATCHES A KILLER He quits retirement to free innocent man "A former New York City cop whose exploits inspired TV's Kojak has come out of retirement to solve a baffling murder mystery. Super-sleuth Thomas Cavanagh, 79, cleared the prime suspect in the case -- and fingered the real suspect. Cavanagh was sunning himself by the pool at his Florida home when his son Brian, a prosecutor in Fort Lauderdale, called. "Dad, I have a problem with this case," Brian said. "What should I do?" PHOTOGRAPHS INCLUDED IN FRONT. CLICK "LOOK INSIDE" UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT A TRUE STORY Breathless, a woman's call to 911 interrupted a quiet night in the horse country suburbs: "I'm stabbed to death. Please!" Did somebody stab you? asked the operator. "Yes! And my husband, my baby!" Within minutes, officers arrived at her remote ranch house but didn't know whether an assailant was still present. Announcing themselves, they got no response, then entered anyway, guns drawn, and began a dangerous, tense search, room by room. Then they heard a baby's scream. Although the house wasn't yet fully cleared, they followed the wailing to the master bedroom where they found, tied and gagged, her husband and elderly father-in-law. They and their 18-month-old all had been shot point-blank in the head--but were still alive. Shocked, the officers called out to bring in paramedics, who had to crawl through the living room because the house still had not been completely cleared. Hurrying, and contrary to usual procedures, the officers spread out. One found a locked closet door; four officers gathered, and with guns ready, one of them kicked it in. Behind it they found their 911 caller--still holding the phone. "Oh, shit," said the kicker. In the history of Davie, Florida, there had never been such a savage and sociopathic crime, and police and homicide prosecutor Brian Cavanagh were determined to resolve it. For three years, they had two suspects under surveillance, then arrest. Both faced the death penalty. But as the legal case progressed, Cavanagh began to doubt that the defendants were partners. Possibly one had been a victim of the other, as well. In 1963, Cavanagh's dad, Tom, a Manhattan lieutenant of detectives, had a famous case called the "Career Girls Murder," two women in their twenties found horribly mutilated in their Upper East Side apartment. The newspapers played the story big, a random killer on the loose, meanwhile Tom and his precinct detectives had been unable to solve it. Months after the murder, Brooklyn detectives declared the case solved; they'd taken a signed confession from a man with a low IQ. Their additional proof was a photo in his wallet; it was of one of the girls he killed, he said. The man quickly recanted, although that didn't much matter to the Brooklyn detectives. As soon as he heard some of the details of the confession, Tom disbelieved it; the man didn't fit the profile. Needing to work quietly under the most difficult of circumstances, Tom sent out his own detectives to do the impossible: identify the girl in the picture. It had been taken in some sort of park setting. They first showed it to botanists, who recognized the type of trees in the background and where they grew. From that they could guess at where the park was. Targeting nearby high schools, the detectives then showed the photo to teachers to see if any could recognize the girl. One did. When they found the girl, she asked, "Where did you get that?" After all that impossibly good work, Tom and his detectives caught a break and found the real killer of the Career Girls. Until then, Tom said, he hadn't believed that police could make such mistakes. Afterward, as a result, New York State outlawed the death penalty. As well, this remarkable story inspired a TV movie and series starring a character playing Cavanagh's role. His name was Lt. Theo Kojak. As a child, Brian Cavanagh had watched his dad's anguish throughout that situation. Now, he had a case that was remarkably similar--except that he was potentially on the wrong side. Once his confidence level in the guilt of one of his defendants dropped to a level of precarious uncertainty, Brian was in no-man's land. He couldn't continue with a prosecution he no longer believed in, nor could he easily admit he'd been wrong for so long. While his dad was still around to watch, Brian approached his own moment of courage. Could he prove that he was the equal of his father?

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Author: Keith Barnhart,Lila Wold Shelburne
Pages: 185
ISBN: 0929292065
Available:
Release: 1990
Editor: Unknown
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Children don't lie about these things. Pastor Keith Barnhart hears this assertion countless times as he fights for almost two years to prove his innocence of child sexual-abuse charges. If children don't lie about such things, then why is Brother Keith falsely accused?His story begins when a four-year-old boy complains about a two-year-old at the church's child-care center. The original report is found to be groundless, but under further police investigation, the story mushrooms into something far more serious. Authorities eventually charge the pastor with 19 offenses against seven young boys.From the beginning a bewildered Barnhart vigorously asserts his innocence against an overwhelming assumption of guilt by the judicial system. To his horror, he discovers that an accused child sex-abuse offender is assumed to be guilty and must prove his own innocence.During the 22-month-long ordeal, Barnhart and his family become afraid to leave their home. Television and newspaper stories condemn Brother Keith. He receives threatening phone calls. Vandals deface his home and church. Angry parents confront him in public places.Guilty Until Proven Innocent is a riveting exploration of one man's experience with the United States justice system. Readers have a chance to evaluate the words and actions of police and some medical professionals, taken verbatim from public records, in the light of the American tradition of liberty and enduring faith in God and in each other in the midst of one of life's most nightmarish turn of events.

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Author: Robert L. Holloman
Pages: 212
ISBN: 9781628389562
Available:
Release: 2015-01-28
Editor: Page Publishing Inc
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Robert Holloman gives you his firsthand account of a typical life in the hood when young men like him drop out of school in south-side Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Fathering a beautiful baby girl at the age of fourteen, then another baby boy at sixteen, Robbie man’s up and works from taking orders at McDonald’s to selling crack to fiends in his neighborhood while he gets in and out of juvenile prisons for misdemeanors and possession of a deadly weapon. This way of life eventually brought him the biggest “trial” in his teenage years: accused and tried for the murder of his best friend, Trill. Will college forever remain a dream? How can he face Trill’s fiancée and children? Who will betray him? Who will stay with him until the very last? Will he survive prison while wasting his young years inside the walls that gets smaller and smaller every day? Guilty Until Proven Innocent will show, once and for all, that family matters, that some friendships are frail while others true, that some love dies in adversity while others only gets more strong in absence, and that no one is above the law, no matter how long some justices are unfortunately served.

Rejuvenation

Rejuvenation
Author: Stacey Barlow
Pages: 174
ISBN: 0983054886
Available:
Release: 2012-02
Editor: Unknown
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Dear Reader: What you are about to witness is a most profound journey to the other side of relationships when one person in a relationship wants things one way when in reality, the other individual involved does not reciprocate the same type of feelings. This can become the most dangerous yet provoking kind of relationship ever known to man. Rejuvenation: Innocent Until Proven Guilty is a fact of life to most people and a fantasy for some. Women can love hard and it is said that men are incapable of loving. This type of love can possibly lead to death if not taken precautions the correct way. Through words of poetry, you will find, joy, pain, happiness and strength and lead you away from the dangers of obsession. Men can love just as hard. Rejuvenation: Innocent Until Proven Guilty is an in-depth look at a deeper side of love that has a true beauty as well. It's all right to love...it's not all right to love someone to death. Stop the madness. tacey

How to Destroy a Man in One Easy Step

How to Destroy a Man in One Easy Step
Author: Sally A. Owen Esquire
Pages: 88
ISBN: 9781440107900
Available:
Release: 2008-11
Editor: iUniverse
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

The book is about abuses of the domestic violence laws. I am an attorney in Pennsylvania. I was a victim of domestic violence. As a former victim of Domestic Violence, any violence makes me sad. As a conscientious attorney, the widespread abuse of the Domestic Violence Laws makes me sick. Victims of domestic violence need help! They need more shelters and more counselors. They need a criminal justice system that will punish the abusers and put them in jail! HOWEVER, this has to be done through the criminal justice system and through due process. It has to be taken out of civil court. Men's rights have to be protected as well as the women's rights. The current system is being seriously abused and the potential for continuing abuse is astronomical! Vindictive women and unscrupulous attorneys have made a total mockery out of the current system and way too many innocent men are serving a "life sentence" because of it!