|Written by Esther Callens|
|Thursday, 01 March 2012 10:02|
A riveting no holds barred tome has been written detailing some of America’s most prolific murder cases. Quest for Justice: Defending The Damned is the title of this most enthralling legal thriller written by Richard S. Jaffe, Attorney. Giving a thorough look into some of Jaffe’s most notorious cases, Quest for Justice divulges the fascinating never before told inside story.
Just as Lady Justice stands sightless balancing the weights of truth and fairness, so must every juror be subjected to the same impartiality, thereby insuring a just verdict. It is the defense attorney’s duty to expound this point to the jurors when defending his client’s innocence even against insurmountable odds. One such attorneys is Richard S. Jaffe.
In Quest For Justice, Richard Jaffe has openly rendered the experiences he had that have rightly deemed him a most successful attorney. James Willie “Bo” Cochran (accused of murder—spent 19 years on death row before exoneration), Birmingham Disc jockey, Tyrone Robinson (accused of murder, two counts –changed to reckless manslaughter), Randal Padgett (accused murderer –verdict not guilty) and Olympic and Birmingham women’s health clinic bomber Eric Rudolph (accused of numerous murders – received four consecutive life sentences without parole terms) are just a few of the cases that Jaffe has defended.
Furthermore, Richard Jaffe relays the various oppositions (i.e. Judge Jack Montgomery) he had to endure while fighting for his client’s justice. All in all, Quest For justice is a thrilling narrative of one outstanding defense attorney. Richard S. Jaffe has more than proven he is the people’s advocate and Lady Justice still prevails.
Richard S. Jaffe is the senior partner of the Jaffe and Drennan P.C. in Birmingham, Ala. He is a notable law expert that is often called upon and makes regular appearances on CNN, NBC, NPR and others. Additionally, he was a commentator during the O. J. Simpson trial. He is listed in Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers In America.