Accidental FelonBook - 2012
"Could this happen to you? There is no evidence, but prosecutors create evidence. They persuade snitches to testify against you. They withold evidence that proves your innocence. This happens every day in courts throughout the nation--innocent people falsely accused of crimes. It may be a senator or a wealthy business owner. More often it is an ordinary person like you. Or Carly Daniels. A single mother with a special-needs child, Carly was employed by a viatical and life settlements company. She had no clue his industry was known for massive fraud--no clue until the FBI raided their offices. Carly is indicted as a co-conspirator. Suddenly she is an accused felon. Carly's knowledge of law and courts is from television drama. Without a heroic lawyer riding to her rescue, Carly knows she faces a long prison term. There is no parole in the federal system. Her young son will be an adult before she is released. This story was inspired by actual events"--p.  of cover.
Publisher: Raleigh, NC : Bialkin Books, c2012
Edition: 1st ed
Description: 363 p. ; 23 cm
Branch Call Number: Wolk