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by Matt Dalton,Bonnie Hearn Hill

Free eBook Presumed Guilty download ISBN: 0743286952
Author: Matt Dalton,Bonnie Hearn Hill
Publisher: Atria; First Edition edition (2005)
Language: English
Pages: 208
Category: Biography and Memoir
Subcategory: True Crime
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Compelling, provocative, disturbing, Presumed Guilty is the fascinating story of one lawyer's relentless efforts to find the truth behind one of the most complex and notorious . Presumed Guilty - Matt Dalton.

Compelling, provocative, disturbing, Presumed Guilty is the fascinating story of one lawyer's relentless efforts to find the truth behind one of the most complex and notorious murder cases in American history. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Atria BooksReleased: Dec 23, 2005ISBN: 9781416526926Format: book. carousel previous carousel next.

Presumed Guilty by Matt Dalton - No one knows the story behind the sensational headlines of the Scott .

The story of another woman, eight months pregnant, who was harassed by two men the morning of December 24 only five blocks from the Peterson home.

by Matt Dalton (Author), Bonnie Hearn Hill (Contributor)

by Matt Dalton (Author), Bonnie Hearn Hill (Contributor). Matt Dalton spent thirteen years as a prosecutor involved in all aspects of criminal litigation with the Long Beach, California City Prosecutor and the Los Angeles County District Attorney. In 2003, he left the DA's office and joined the firm of Geragos & Geragos.

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Presumed Guilty: A Chance For Appealing The Jury's Verdict

Presumed Guilty: A Chance For Appealing The Jury's Verdict. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago. Presumed GuiltyMatt Dalton's assignment as a member of Scott Peterson's defense team was to collect evidence that would counter the circumstantial evidence of the prosecution. In my mind, after reading this well written journal of the events surrounding the case, I do not think I could have found Scott Peterson guilty!

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No one knows the story behind the sensational headlines of the Scott Peterson murder trial better than defense attorney Matt Dalton. For six straight months after Peterson's arrest, Dalton was the defense's only full-time investigative attorney on the case. During that time, he lived in Modesto and investigated every element of the case, interviewing scores of witnesses, reviewing more than 35,000 pages of police documents, and meeting almost daily with Scott Peterson in jail.What he has uncovered will astound even the most informed observers of the Laci Peterson murder case and challenge the most deeply held beliefs about what really happened to Laci Peterson on Christmas Eve, 2002.This is the first book to go inside the Peterson defense team, and the only book to detail all the evidence that the jury did not hear -- evidence that might have led to Scott Peterson's acquittal, and that will surely play a crucial part in his pending appeals.Among the revelations in Presumed Guilty: Reports from numerous witnesses who saw Laci Peterson alive and well the morning of December 24, after the police claim Scott Peterson had already killed her; none of them testified at trial The story of another woman, eight months pregnant, who was harassed by two men the morning of December 24 only five blocks from the Peterson home The burglary that reportedly occurred directly across the street from the Peterson home on the morning of December 24, and the confessed burglars' questionable claims that the burglary happened days later Previously unreported details of the autopsy reports on Laci Peterson and her son, which cast strong doubts on key elements of the prosecution's case The disappearances of six pregnant women, in addition to Laci, reported missing and presumed dead within eighty miles of Modesto between 1999 and 2002Compelling, provocative, disturbing, Presumed Guilty is the fascinating story of one lawyer's relentless efforts to find the truth behind one of the most complex and notorious murder cases in American history.
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KiddenDan
Informative. Gave new insight regarding the case. I still don’t know what I believe; however I like how the author tried to only give the facts of the case. Yes, he was personally involved but I found his version of the story to make sense. It’s no secret that this was the most watched case, even bigger than the Michael Jackson trial and the media convicted him way before the trial began. In Peterson’s case, there was no way for the jurors to only listen to what was presented at the trial!
Qumen
This book helped me tie down dates and a firm time line in the Scott Peterson pre trial investigation.
It also provided factual information on all the leads
The Modesto Police Department did not pursue.
I only wish it were longer and covered the trial and the crazy jury antics. I applaud the Author for his pursuit of truth.
It's so easy
For the love of God, this man is reaching! The “reasonable doubt” he’s trying to create is just sad
Thordibandis
I found it interesting that this book was written by a previous Prosecuting attorney in Los Angeles. He presents a lot of evidence, that was not presented at the trial, that will give you pause to rethink everything you thought you knew about Scott, and what happened to Laci. The police had already decided that Scott was guilty of Laci's murder, and did everything they could to make evidence fit the crime. How did they do that? They told untruths that were then "leaked" to the media. They didn't investigate other credible leads. They only gave the Defense attorney's piece meals of information, slowly. There was no evidence that Scott committed a crime. No, there was no bleach in the kitchen that Scott used to try and hide a crime scene.
Then, you had the circus shows on television that convicted Scott, and fed it to the public. How could the man every get a fair trail? Maybe you think Scott is guilty. He still did not get a fair and impartial trial. The jurors had already decided that he was guilty before the trial began. Scott deserves another trial. One that is fair.
zmejka
The best information out there about the Scott Peterson case. Very good book!
Nuadazius
He loves this kind of murder suspense stuff so he loved this book, great gift. I bought all of the Scott Peterson Books, very interesting stuff to read!
Dobpota
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I have read all of the other books regarding the death of laci and Connor peterson. The material in this book seems to be factual and well researched. It has been enlightening and shed a new perspective on the case. I believe the numerous other mysterious events surrounding this case would have cast reasonable doubt in a visitor's mind had it been submitted during the trial