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Michael McRain has it all: Harvard Law graduate, former Marine, on his way up in the dog-eat-dog world of high-stakes law. When he catches the attention of a highly secretive lawyer mafia existing under the radar and with the blessings of the U.S. government, his life takes a very dangerous turn. Consumed with guilt for a past he cannot change, and influenced by the adoration of a deeply religious autistic sister, McRain nevertheless skates along...until government assassins, an illicit love affair, and the mystery of Jimmy Hoffa’s death pull him like a giant magnet into a world polarized from all he has ever imagined. Based on the author’s own legal history and his defense of a major union figure―all the way to the Supreme Court―Mark Moran’s The Redeemer: It Is Written promises edge-of-your-seat suspense and brings corruption and greed to entirely new levels of fictional exploitation and adventure. (Copies of government lawyer mafia documents displayed after the story.)
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Mark Moran is an attorney whose expertise includes jury trials―for the plaintiff and the defense, in both civil and criminal―and is known for having defended pro bono a wrongfully convicted BLE railroad union officer, a case in which he appealed through the United States Supreme Court and put forth the winning habeas corpus oral arguments in front of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Due to his efforts, an innocent man was set free. Moran attended the Air Force Academy, the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and graduated from the St. Louis University School of Law. Mark is a member of MENSA. He is also legal counsel for Catholic Charities of Southern Illinois and a member of the Knights of Columbus. He is the author of a screenplay, The Hoffa Protocol, and America’s Lawyer Mafia: Railgate, a work of investigative journalism. A veteran of the United States Air Force, Moran resides with his wife and three daughters in Illinois.
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Book Description BookSurge Publishing, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1439252335