Paul Sanders writes True Crime from a juror’s perspective. His story began in 2014, when he was called to serve as a death penalty juror in the trial of Marissa DeVault. At the completion of the case, he wrote his first True Crime book, Brain Damage: A Juror’s Tale – The Hammer Killing Trial (2015). Since then, Paul has gone on to write three more true crime books on some of the most spectacular trials in US history, Why Not Kill Her: A Juror’s Perspective – The Jodi Arias Death Penalty Retrial (2016) and Banquet of Consequences: A Juror’s Plight – The Carnation Murders Trial of Michele Anderson (2017). Paul’s book, Banquet of Consequences: A Juror’s Plight (Book 3: A Juror’s Perspective) has many honors in the General Non-fiction category: 2018 Gold Medal Winner, True Crime eLit IPPY Awards, 2018 Readers’ Favorite Silver Medal - Historical, 2018 Winner Florida (Orlando) Book Festival, 2017 Winner Los Angeles – Halloween Book Festival, 2017 Runner-Up Southern California Book (Los Angeles) Festival Honors, 2017 Runner-Up London Book Festival Top Honors. All Paul’s books are published on Amazon and are Bestsellers in the "Juries Category", which have received rave reviews from his readers. This helped to build a platform of thousands of followers who are now eagerly awaiting the release of his latest work, Secret Life of a Juror: Voir Dire – The Domestic Violence Query. 2018 Readers’ Favorite: Five Stars, Paul has strung together his most graphic and riveting work, story is as much about the trial as it is an inward look at the demons endured by all who have suffered from domestic violence. Paul has been interviewed on LawNewz by Aaron Keller, the infamous journalist on the Netflix documentary, “Making a Murderer”. Among others, he has also been a guest on True Crime Radio, Trial Diaries, Court Chatter, HLN and Fox. He has also been featured on NBC Oxygen’s, “Snapped,” as well as I.D. Discovery’s, “Scorned,” where he represented himself as a former juror. He recently appeared on two episodes of Investigation Discovery’s, “Deadly Sins”. He was a trial reporter for Trial Talk Live during the Carnation murders trial of Michele Anderson. He currently resides in Seattle, Washington with his dog, Danica. Paul is an active member of the PNWA. He is currently preparing Beyond the Pale: Rogue Juror – The Joseph McEnroe Death Penalty Trial for publication by 2020. (Author photo @ Investigation Discovery/Deadly Sins)Read more Read less
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