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Will Cameron Douglas Do More Prison Time Than Colombia's Top Drug Kingpin?
- I recently wrote a blog about Cameron Douglas who now because of the DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) and their hype has caused the media to see Cameron as a major drug de...
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Though he looks like a perfectly happy and successful man, defense barrister William Travers has yet to recover completely from a traumatic series of events that left him without faith in the legal system. Despite this, he returns to the courtroom when an old friend, Martin Newall, finds himself facing murder and conspiracy charges while being investigated by spiteful detective DS Mark Wenborn. This psychological thriller examines morality and the question of what a defense barrister is to do after finding out that his client is guilty.
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