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Redneck Country.Black Letter Law

John Russell Smith

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Title: Redneck Country.Black Letter Law

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Binding: Hardcover

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Book Type: Hardcover

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Hardcover. 562 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.1in. x 1.7in. Criminal defense attorney J. R. Cuttler begins his Sunday with thoughts of flying his airplane around the East Texas area and later watching his Dallas Cowboys play the hated Washington Redskins. That thought is shattered in an instant when the local radio station reports the abduction and rape of a twenty-eight year old woman and her twelve year old niece from the local Wal-Mart parking lot. The identity of the victims and the initial allegations as to their assailant would draw Cuttler into a capital murder case that would forever change his life and his practice of law. This small, deep East Texas town located on the Texas-Louisiana border never really accepted the end of the Civil War. Therefore, when two White women are allegedly abducted, beaten, raped and sodomized by a young uppity Black Man, the county digresses into the mind-set of the 1850s. After his arrest in another jurisdiction, Lincoln Johnson is beaten beyond recognition by two deputies returning him to the local jail. It is this senseless barbarity that raises Cuttlers ire to the degree that he agrees to represent the accused. The development of pre-trial tactics, the trial, and hypnotic conclusion pits modern scientific methodology and old time trial theatrics. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781453508534

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Synopsis: " Criminal defense attorney J.R. Cuttler begins his Sunday with thoughts of flying his airplane around the East Texas area and later watching his Dallas Cowboys play the hated Washington Redskins. That thought is shattered in an instant when the local radio station reports the abduction and rape of a twenty-eight year old woman and her twelve year old niece from the local Wal-Mart parking lot. The identity of the victims and the initial allegations as to their assailant would draw Cuttler into a capital murder case that would forever change his life and his practice of law.
This small, deep East Texas town located on the Texas-Louisiana border never really accepted the end of the Civil War. Therefore, when two White women are allegedly abducted, beaten, raped and sodomized by a young ?uppity? Black Man, the county digresses into the mind-set of the 1850?s.
After his arrest in another jurisdiction, Lincoln Johnson is beaten beyond recognition by two deputies returning him to the local jail. It is this senseless barbarity that raises Cuttler?s ire to the degree that he agrees to represent the accused.
The development of pre-trial tactics, the trial, and hypnotic conclusion pits modern scientific methodology and old time trial theatrics.

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About the Author: J.R. was born in Knox City, Texas, and spent his youth in Carlsbad, New Mexico. He graduated from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, and spent seven years as Personel Officer of the Nevada Employment Security Department, after which he attended South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas. After passing the bar exam, J.R. moved to Center, Texas, where he has maintained a private practice for over 36 years, except for four years when he was elected and served as Shelby County Criminal District Attorney. His primary area of law is in criminal law. He resides with his wife, Cindy, four Pomeranians, and a large Macaw. In addition to Redneck Country. . .Black Letter Law, J.R. is working on two manuscripts, both involving capital murder cases.

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