Published December 16, 2004
by AuthorHouse .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||268|
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“We Keep the Dead Close” chronicles an amateur sleuth’s investigation into a long-unsolved murder case, but this book is more ambitious than the run-of-the-mill true crime narrative seen . Give a brief overview of the facts of the case, including an explanation of the specific statute(s) under which the defendant was charged and/or convicted and the ultimate outcome of the case 2. Give a brief explanation of the burden of proof, which is . Q. What was it about this case in particular that made you want to investigate it further and turn your research into a book? Edith: Even the night the drownings happened, the incident generated lots of questions no one—including the authorities—could answer with any real certainty. As I covered both murder trials and the Chicago custody case a dozen years later, the story grew in . A case brief, also known as a legal brief, is a written legal document that is shown to a court justifying for the triumph of a party in a specific case. Consequently, a case brief used in an academic setting is called “student brief.” This document is a short case summary and analysis that includes a set of systematically presented notes.