A lawyer unwittingly frees and later marries a guilty man. Now she’ll stop at nothing to see him convicted of a murder he didn’t commit.

    Title: A Good Defense

    Samurai Posted on April 24, 2019 in Thriller.
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      The lawyer doesn’t unwittingly prove the guilty man innocent, she simply doesn’t know he is a bad person. ‘Now she’ll stop at nothing’, sounds too vague. Please give some examples of how she will accomplish this. What skills and resources does she have at her disposal? Does she kill someone herself to frame him? Where does she find the dead body to accuse him with? Why does she strive to frame this man? Is he abusive towards her?

      Samurai Answered on April 29, 2019.
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