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Lying in Judgment

Narrated by: Gary Corbin
Length: 9 hrs and 25 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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A man serves on the jury of a murder trial - for the crime that he committed.

Peter Robertson, 33, discovers his wife is cheating on him. Following her suspected boyfriend one night, he erupts into a rage, beats him, and leaves him to die...or so he thought. Soon, he discovers he has killed the wrong man - a perfect stranger.

Six months later, impaneled on a jury, he realizes the murder being tried is the one he committed. After wrestling with his conscience, he works hard to convince the jury to acquit the accused man. But the prosecution's case is strong, as the accused man had both motive and opportunity to commit the murder. As the pressure builds, Peter begins to slip up and reveal things only the murderer would know - and Christine, a pretty and intelligent alternate juror, suspects something is amiss.

As jurors one by one declare their intention to convict, Peter's conscience eats away at him, and he careens toward nervous breakdown, revealing details about the crime that had not been disclosed in court.

Lying in Judgment is a courtroom thriller about a good man's search for redemption for his tragic, fatal mistake, pitted against society's search for justice.

©2016 Gary Corbin (P)2018 Gary Corbin

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Needs a better narrator

I think this might be a good story but the narrator ruins it. Would have been easier to continue listening with a better reader. I'm trying to finish it but its not easy.

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