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Murder at the Cathedral


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Murder at the Cathedral by Frederick Bruce
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Does one get away with murder? Can it be rationalized as being acceptable to respond with deadly force to a serious harm against a family member? Murder at the Cathedral begins with two boyhood friends, Scot and Mike, both having thoughts of becoming priests. As they mature, their career goals evolve into their interests in law and becoming attorneys. The story follows Scot through his education and early employment history. It continues into his entry into a legal career. Blended into the story is Scot\'s friend Mike, along with Mike's extended family. The major focus is on Mike's brother, John. Following a tragic event to his family, John tries to take matters into his own hands. Despite being in the early stages of his legal career, Scot finds himself representing John as his attorney. Included in the story is the attorney client privilege, which is a significant legal rule. The attorney client privilege comes into play and is explained in detail by Scot to a client in a manner that takes the mystery out of the rule and makes it easily understood. Unfortunately, use of the privilege causes a serious dilemma for Scot after it is invoked by a client. Bruce introduces an interesting array of characters in this thought provoking slice of humanity. The reader can easily identify with the characters and the situations they face.
Release date Australia
April 19th, 2018
Illustrations, black and white
Page Publishing Inc
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