Murder and The Marine, by Richard G. Tarlow - SIGNED

Murder and The Marine, by Richard G. Tarlow - SIGNED

Murder and The Marine, by Richard G. Tarlow. 2019 softcover. 391 pages, very nice condition. SIGNED by Tarlow, with a bonus signed promo.

Kylie Jo died instantly when a light gauge shotgun discharged striking her in the forehead. As the sheriffs arrived at the scene, Ricky Lee, her boyfriend, gave 2 conflicting statements about how she died, neither of which agreed with the wealth of physical evidence in the room and on the body.

Ricky Lee’s parents called upon Ian Weintraub, an old friend, and skilled lawyer, to save the life of their son now facing the death penalty. Ian Weintraub, a decorated Vietnam era Marine, had previously helped Ricky Lee with his legal problems. Ian’s experience as a combat hardened veteran will be put to the test as he prepares for the fight of his life.The Sheriff and the District Attorney say it is first degree murder, But is it just a horrifically tragic accident?

Known for his legal ingenuity, Richard Tarlow practiced law for nearly 30 years. As a former professional athlete and combat-decorated Marine Sergeant, he brought a style, experience, and determination to the courtroom that was unique. In 1965, he voluntarily gave up a career with the Baltimore Orioles to join the U.S. Marine Corps. Once enlisted, he volunteered again, this time to go to war in the Republic of Vietnam (RVN), where he became one of three senior air traffic controllers certified by the FAA to run the busiest airfield “in country.” This book, his first, is based upon a high profile homicide he defended, which ultimately resulted in a constitutional amendment that gave California the most stringent victims’ rights laws in the U.S.