The Last Chance Lawyer by William Bernhardt
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Dan is a lawyer who works extremely hard for his clients regardless if they are innocent. He is noticed by an entrepreneur who has a team of lawyers working on what he classifies as the last chance lawyers. His first case is to represent a Hispanic woman who is trying to stop a little girl from being deported. She had been taken to the US by her parents from El Salvador, but later the couple was killed in an accident, leaving the little girl on her own. Gabriella is caring for her and wishes to adopt her, but the underworld figures are against her. If she is not successful, the little girl will be returned to El Salvador and will be sold into the sex slave business that is rife in that area.
A very current story and an excellent read.
Sunday, July 19, 2020
Review: The Last Chance Lawyer
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