September 27, 2011

GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE "CLAIM OF INNOCENCE" ENDED

SEPTEMBER 27th to OCTOBER 11th, 2011

CLAIM OF INNOCENCE
by LAURA CALDWELL

SYNOPSIS:
  Forbidden relationships are the most tempting. And the most dangerous.
  It was a crime of passion-or so the police say. Valerie Solara has been charged with poisoning her best friend. The prosecution claims she's always been secretly attracted to Amanda's husband...and with Amanda gone, she planned to make her move.
  Attorney Izzy McNeil left the legal world a year ago, but a friend's request pulls her into the murder trial. Izzy knows how passion can turn your life upside down. She thought she had it once with her ex-fiance, Sam. Now she wonders if that's all she has in common with her criminally gorgeous younger boyfriend, Theo.
  It's Izzy's job to present the facts that will exonerate her client-whether or not she's innocent. But when she suspects Valerie is hiding something, she begins investigating-and uncovers a web of secret passions and dark motives, where seemingly innocent relationships can prove poisonous...


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30 comments:

Terrie said...

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Terrie said...

Would I defend someone I thought was guilty? While I certainly don't think innocent folks should be punished, a vigorous defense for the innocent necessitates a vigorous defense for everyone.

That being said, I think the law is so often manipulated so that truly guilty people aren't punished,and I don't agree with that. So, I guess my conclusion is that I wouldn't defend someone I knew to be guilty - even though I support their right to that defense. Whew!
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Maureen said...

I could defend someone if I thought they were guilty since I would be guilty of malpractice if I didn't.
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mamabunny13 said...

No, I could not.
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Marjorie said...

Nope, never, I could never defend someone if I felt they were guilty.
I believe in being honest.

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Linda Kish said...

If I really believed someone was guilty, I couldn't defend them.

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Tore said...

I couldn't defend someone if I thought they were guilty. If they were really guilty and got off I couldn't live with myself especially if they murdered someone.Please enter me in contest. Tore923@aol.com

Margaret said...

I do not think I could. I'd rather be crown lawyer for that reason.

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I'm a GFC follower

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donnas said...

I dont know that I could.

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Angela said...

I am not sure that I could defend someone who I knew was guilty. I have worked for a prosecutor's office so my mind has been trained to think the other way.

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Patricia said...

Yes, I could defend someone I thought was guilty.

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ewhatley said...

Tough question. According to our legal system, everyone is entitled to a trial by jury, but I think I would make a better prosecutor than defense attorney.

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