Reasonable doubts

"In addition to the written rules, those of the Code and the judgments that interpret it there is a series of unrestricted rules. The latter are respected with much more attention and caution. And among these there is one that more or less says: A lawyer does not defend a customer by throwing a colleague to sea. It is not done, and that's it. Normally those who violate these rules, in one way or another, pays it. Or at least someone tries to make it pay ". The Guido Guerrieri lawyer must run this risk. There is a man in prison who declares himself innocent, condemned at first instance for drug trafficking. The circumstances are overwhelming and himself, at first, he had confessed. But there is the possibility that he ended up in an orchestrated trap from the first instance lawyer. A damn cheat, therefore, that warriors is reluctant to charge, and not just because all appearances are against. The prisoner is not a new face: at the time of the student movement they called him Fabio Raybàn, fascist bachelor obsession with guido teens. There is also an ambiguous personal situation that involves the lawyer: the end perhaps of a love, the very dangerous beginning of another, and in each of these intersections it seems to materialize him, the prisoner who proclaims desperately innocent.

  • Author: Gianrico Carofiglio
  • English title: Reasonable Doubts (# 3)
  • Format: Paperback, 12 x 16.8 cm
  • Publisher: Sellerio Publisher Palermo
  • Necklace: memory
  • Year: 2006

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