The Pursuit of Justice by Nazreen Mohammed

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A mother's story, about her 19 year old son who is arrested and indicted on charges of first degree murder . The prosecutor who attaches the death penalty and pursue it with a vengeance, the trial that follows; the misunderstanding of two different cultures, witnesses that are untruthful. The detectives involved and unattainable depositions. An account of the trial as it unfolded. A judge who is ambitious, a family who gives all that they have to get justice. The defense attorneys, the tragic death of a beautiful 17 year old girl who wanted to die, an intelligent pre-law student and her strange obsessions , The diary, the love letters and the incredible journey as a devoted family continues to pursue the justice they believe they deserve.
 

About Nazreen Mohammed

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Nazreen Mohammed was born in the West Indian Island of Trinidad and Tobago. She is the mother of three children. She lives in north Florida with her family and she had always had the desire and passion to become a writer when a life changing event gave her the motivation to make her dream into a reality.  She felt compelled to write her first book about an event that had impacted her life and changed it forever. After writing ‘The Pursuit of Justice’ a true story, she went on to write her second book ‘The Unfortunate’ which was also based on an actual event as well. She then decided to write this book since she had assisted in the mitigation when she went to Trinidad in 2007, Dave was able to avoid the death penalty but when she looked at his trial transcripts she felt that there were some questionable decisions made and he had become ‘The Invisible Man’ who was tucked away serving two life sentences. This author has dedicated the rest of her life to writing and helping others. She started a charitable organization called Lifeline, Inmate Support Advocate Group (ISAG) and she offers support and counseling to the families of Inmates.
 
Published April 23, 2010 by Xlibris. 336 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Parenting & Relationships, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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