Murder In Woodbury

| November 8, 2014

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Murder In Woodbury

Stephanie Rawls meets up with a charming killer, resulting in a murder that could have been prevented. Daniel Caiman is smart, handsome, and funny. He is also delusional and paranoid, believing that a whole town is out to get him. Stephanie innocently becomes part of ‘the conspiracy.’

During the murder trial and subsequent civil case against the family of the killer, it is revealed that a severely psychotic Daniel was not only protected by his parents, but also supplied with the murder weapon. Despite all the warning signs, Daniel’s parents go through each day with blinders on. They may just as well have pulled the trigger themselves.

Harry Cohen, small town lawyer, goes head to head against a powerful law firm to fight the good fight. And although there is no legal precedent requiring a private citizen to warn or protect a potential victim, he decides to take on the civil case on behalf of the victim’s family.

While the defense attempts to use every trick in the book to block country lawyer, Cohen, the outcome is one that no one would have believed.

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