Concealed Carry

January 10, 2016 - Comment

Jake Prescott is barely out of law school when he accepts the case of a young African-American man charged with the murder of a Chicago police officer. It looks like an air tight case for the prosecution and even the young attorney begins to have his doubts. Meanwhile, across the country, the CEO of a

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Jake Prescott is barely out of law school when he accepts the case of a young African-American man charged with the murder of a Chicago police officer. It looks like an air tight case for the prosecution and even the young attorney begins to have his doubts. Meanwhile, across the country, the CEO of a powerful gun rights organization closely watches the unfolding events, sensing a potential political opportunity. When attorney Prescott unveils shocking evidence at trial, the windy city almost explodes from racial tension as City Hall scrambles to respond. Powerful forces inside and outside Chicago hurry to safeguard their interests and Prescott desperately races to protect his client.

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Exciting Terrell Buckley is a young, black man in Chicago who finds himself at the wrong end of a policeman’s gun. He claims self-defense, the policeman’s partners claim murder, and Mr. Buckley’s family scrambles to find a lawyer. With Terrell tucked safely away in jail, the police assume the best: the case will be swept under the carpet, the police will carry on, and the event will soon be forgotten. The case is a time bomb just waiting to explode, and no lawyer will touch the case. Then one lawyer, Jake Prescott, a recent graduate of law school, agrees to meet with Terrell and hear his side. The events that follow change the city of Chicago forever and turn a complicit public into bands of rioters.People want to assume that the police honor their oath to uphold the law, but unfortunately this isn’t always the case. Police brutality is an all too common occurrence, especially when immigrants and minorities are concerned. The code of silence is an unwritten promise which keeps…

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