Gary L. Stuart
Gary L. Stuart 7000 North 16th Street, Ste. 120 Phoenix, AZ, 85020 602-281-1111 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com www.garylstuart.com www.ethicslaw.com; www.glslaw.us www.thegallup14.com; www.aimforthemayor.com; www.innocentuntilinterrogated.com www.miranda-vs-arizona.com I earned degrees in business and law at the University of Arizona, graduated in the top ten-percent of my class, edited the Arizona Law Review and practiced law for 32 years with one of Arizona's largest law firms (Jennings, Strouss, & Salmon & Trask). I was a full time trial lawyer until 2000 when I published my first novel. Since then, I have blended a part-time law practice with teaching law and writing at Arizona State University. I was inducted into the Arizona Lawyer Hall of Fame in 2010. While I'm still practicing law part time, I don't try big cases these days. Instead, I write about them. Over the years, I've published a dozen law review articles, and hundreds of op-ed pieces, essays, magazine articles, short stories, CLE booklets, and ten books, including: "The Ethical Trial Lawyer," State Bar of Arizona, 1994; "Litigation Ethics," Lexis-Nexis Publishing, 1998; "The Gallup 14," a novel, University of New Mexico Press, 2000; "Miranda--The Story of America's Right to Remain Silent," University of Arizona Press, 2004; and "AIM For The Mayor," a novel, Xlibris Press, 2008; "Innocent Until Interrogated--The Story of The Buddhist Temple Massacre and the Tucson Four," University of Arizona Press, 2010. "Angus-Riding the Rio Chama" Create Space, 2013; "Ten Shoes Up" Gleason & Wall Publishing, 2015; "The Valles Caldera" Gleason & Wall Publishing, 2015, In March 2016, my new true-crime nonfiction book will be published by ABA Publishing (Anerwyke). "Anatomy of a Confession: The Debra Milke Case" shouts its message from the spine of the book. It sends a subliminal message to readers ranging from history, literature, and law, to true crime and suspense. It details the legal path from conviction and death sentence in 1990 to reversal and exoneration in 2014. How and why a 26-year old mother was convicted of conspiring to murder her 4-year old child solely on the basis of a confession she never gave is a theme never before explored in legal text books or true crime nonfiction titles. It reveals how and why the Phoenix Police Department and the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office hid vital impeachment evidence which would have changed the jury's verdict. And it explains in anatomical detail how and why the jury believed the cop over the defendant.Read more Read less
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