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Bronx Justice

4 Ratings: 1.8
A book by Joseph Teller

It is the late 1970s and criminal defense attorney Harrison J. Walker, better known as Jaywalker for his rebellious tactics, is struggling to build his own practice when he receives a call from a desperate mother. Her son, Darren Kingston, has been arrested … see full wiki

Author: Joseph Teller
Publisher: Mira (April 1, 2009)
2 reviews about Bronx Justice
review by . April 08, 2010
   This is Teller's third Jay Walker tale and by far his best.  Jay Walker remembers one of his early and toughest cases.  This took place in the early 80's before he became the "sleezy" character that was portrayed in the first two novels.  What makes this case so special is that Jay Walker has to defend a man he knows to be innocent.  He is so fearful of losing and that the innocent man will go to jail so he pulls out all stops.  The story is tense …
review by . April 05, 2009
Bronx Justice is the second novel from Joseph Teller featuring Harrison J. Walker, a defense attorney known as Jaywalker.  This novel finds Jaywalker waking up in the middle of the night and thinking back to the most gut wrenching case of his career.  As a young lawyer he is defending a young black man, Darren Kingston, against rape charges and he is completely convinced the young man is innocent, making the personal stakes for the family, and for Jaywalker, extremely high.  In this …
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