Crash Course In Homicide (Jazz Kincaid Legal Dramas) (2020)

Crash Course In Homicide Jazz Kincaid Legal Dramas During jury selection drama in the courtroom leaves rookie defense attorney Jazz Kincaid as lead counsel for a man accused of hit and run As the charges mount against her client Jazz s only allies
  • Title: Crash Course In Homicide (Jazz Kincaid Legal Dramas)
  • Author: Ellie Oberth
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • During jury selection, drama in the courtroom leaves rookie defense attorney, Jazz Kincaid, as lead counsel for a man accused of hit and run As the charges mount against her client, Jazz s only allies are her firm s paralegal and private detective The partners of Kline, Evans and Strombinski are involved in office politics, and Jazz is convinced that the two minority parDuring jury selection, drama in the courtroom leaves rookie defense attorney, Jazz Kincaid, as lead counsel for a man accused of hit and run As the charges mount against her client, Jazz s only allies are her firm s paralegal and private detective The partners of Kline, Evans and Strombinski are involved in office politics, and Jazz is convinced that the two minority partners are trying to sabotage the case Her client s refusal for a continuance pits Jazz against a hardcore prosecuting attorney Does the rookie have what it takes to run with the big boys and win her first major trial Crash Course In Homicide is a light hearted, fast paced romp through a courtroom procedure The word count is 18,910 Extras are included at the end of the story.
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    One Reply to “Crash Course In Homicide (Jazz Kincaid Legal Dramas)”

    1. More of a short story than a novel No room for any character development.Warning 1 minor spoilerQuite enjoyable, I thought some of the plot was a bit far fetched Particularly, Robbie removing his angle tag and the police almost immediately turning up for a breach of bail conditions In reality, this would be a routine job for them and for the author to use it as a device for getting the police to the address to save our main character s life is far fetched Also putting herself in harm s way unnec [...]

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