Rape at Fort Bliss
About the Book
Army JAG lawyer Captain Mark Sanders cannot get over the harsh twenty-five year prison sentence levied against his client, Sergeant Keyshawn Adams, for one simple reason: he believes Adams did not brutally rape his ex-girlfriend.
Determined to prove his gut instincts and reverse the conviction of Adams, Sanders seeks the assistance of a DNA expert, reinterviews every possible witness, and hires private investigator Dale Owens to track down potential witnesses who were unavailable for the trial. But when a strong suspicion points to the guilt of someone resembling the young sergeant, Sanders and Owens learn two valuable lessons: the toughest cases are when you believe your client, and what matters are not one’s beliefs, but what can be proven in a court of law.
In this fast-paced legal thriller, an army JAG lawyer must confront doubts, fears, and risks in an effort to find the truth and hopefully right a wrong.
About the Author
Paul Bouchard is an army JAG lawyer and the author of several books including Enlistment, A Package at Gitmo, Lessons Learned, and A Catholic Marries a Hindu. He and his wife live in northern Virginia. For more on Paul Bouchard, visit paulbouchard.com.