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On January 14 2009 Marissa DeVault killed her husband Dale Harrell by striking him multiple times on the head with a hammer It seemed like a simple case of murder but uestions remained Was Dale Harrell a hapless innocent victim of a brutal killing or was this the final act of a desperate woman who had suffered through years of domestic violence The fact that the incident took place in a middle class suburb of Phoenix Arizona with the couple’s three children within the property at the time meant nothing The uestions for the. Well writtenI must admit I did not know what to expect from this book as it is the first book I have ever read coming from a juror's perspective But I must admit I found it well written and interesting While I do wish detail on the crime itself was available I also wish there was information in this book on the victim and the person responsible While I did enjoy it from the juror's perspective I still find myself with a lot of uestions But one thing this did help with is understanding what a juror sees or is able to see Now maybe it will be easier to understand where they come from at times This was a different read for me but I will def at least try again and see if next time I am satisfied As I said I just needed details in a book about a murderer and victim But this is a different view I will just have to get use to I will def read another book And I think this book is def worth reading Hope you enjoy it

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And make up your own mind as to the truth behind the Hammer Killing Trial reviews “Mr Sanders is a brilliant writer You feel like you are right in the courtroom with him” “This is a must read for any avid trial watcher” “Brain Damage is a very interesting journey through a death penalty trial It made me want to be a juror” Also by Paul Sanders Why Not Kill Her A Juror's Perspective The Jodi Arias Death Penalty Retrial Banuet of Conseuences A Juror's Plight The Carnation Murders Trial of Michele Anderson March 20. Well written You feel like you know the characters or at least someone very much like themA new author to me but I'm ready for He writes with insight to the feelings and experiences of the audience

Paul Sanders Æ 6 review

Jury were simple Was the killing premeditated or was it an act of self defense Was it done for financial gain Should the defendant pay for her crime with her life should she be incarcerated for twenty five years to life or should she receive a life sentence with no chance of parole Author Paul Sanders was Juror #13 in a trial packed with twists and turns He sat every day in court in a trial which got deep inside the day to day lives of a family and eventually delivered justice to a victim Read this remarkable true story now. Inside a juryI found a deeper understanding of the duties stress and everlasting impact of those who serve in critical trial juries The first person telling view served well in the telling of the experience of a juror and the formation his eventual verdict I would have liked a complete character development of the other jurors but realize the book would have been too lengthy It would be an interesting twist to have each juror have a chapter to reveal their view completely Very interesting read The Rabbit Effect: Live Longer, Happier, and Healthier with the Groundbreaking Science of Kindness understanding of the duties stress and everlasting impact of those who serve in critical trial juries The first person telling view served well in the telling of the experience of a juror and the formation his eventual verdict I would have liked a complete character development of the other jurors but realize the book would have been too lengthy It would be an interesting twist to have each juror have a chapter to reveal their view completely Very interesting read


10 thoughts on “BRAIN DAMAGE

  1. says:

    This writer was extremely unlikable His writing was sophomoric and his outlook than a skosh ingratiatingly brown nosy He was annoyingly repetitive and self important Further I found the details he chose to include to be peculiar I enjoy the idea of a trial from the juror’s perspective but the personal interjections were not at all interesting I wasn’t really concerned about what other jurors were having for lunch or whether the wrapper of Halls cough drops make a crinkling sound upon being unwrapped for instance I very much uestion his judgment regarding where to insert himself into the story I realize he’s the writer so he has the privilege to say what he wishes but when I read I’d prefer not to feel like a captive audience If he were to insert himself into the story in an insightful way that didn’t read like a teenager’s journal it would have been effective Not at all a well written nor well edited book but a decent account of the trial itself And the author gets his Superman cape for his influence in deliberation I hope I’m never trapped in a room with such a pontificator My ending decision was to give up after reading 60 percent of the book and read about the trial on Wikipedia I just couldn’t take him any


  2. says:

    Well writtenI must admit I did not know what to expect from this book as it is the first book I have ever read coming from a juror's perspective But I must admit I found it well written and interesting While I do wish detail on the crime itself was available I also wish there was information in this book on the victim and the person responsible While I did enjoy it from the juror's perspective I still find myself with a lot of uestions But one thing this did help with is understanding what a juror sees or is able to see Now maybe it will be easier to understand where they come from at times This was a different read for me but I will def at least try again and see if next time I am satisfied As I said I just needed details in a book about a murderer and victim But this is a different view I will just have to get use to I will def read another book And I think this book is def worth reading Hope you enjoy it


  3. says:

    Annoyingly childishWhile I did read all the way to the end there were times I was tempted to give up Grammatical errors and improper use of the past and present tenses made for very difficult reading The writer spent a lot of time tying the trial into his own personal experiences when from the reader's perspective there didn't seem to be that many similarities between his life and those of the accused and her family I read to the end because what goes on behind the closed jury room door intrigues me and the writer did a fair job of portraying it I will not however read further books by this author


  4. says:

    An In depth look at the juror processI have never served on a jury so this account was a revealing look into the process confusion expectations and behind the scenes of jury selection and the serving on a criminal trial This book held my attention and provided an insightful look into the workings of the court The author was thorough in his explanations and allowed the reader see the healing he experienced in his own child abuse The only negative thing I can say about this book is there was not good editing done as there were several glaring mistakes in the language grammar andor typos Overall an excellent read


  5. says:

    The author did a fine job of describing each step in the judicial process every person in the court room how they looked and behaved and his impression of what type of person they each were He also voice many uestions about the events and the motives of defendant witnesses judge and attorneys Some uestions were answered later in the book and some remain a mystery to both author and reader Overall it was very engaging and made me feel like I was right there in the court room too


  6. says:

    Inside a juryI found a deeper understanding of the duties stress and everlasting impact of those who serve in critical trial juries The first person telling view served well in the telling of the experience of a juror and the formation his eventual verdict I would have liked a complete character development of the other jurors but realize the book would have been too lengthy It would be an interesting twist to have each juror have a chapter to reveal their view completely Very interesting read


  7. says:

    Very interestingperspectiveI was torn as to how to rate this as there were parts I personally did not understand as though the author fully understood his point but didn't make it as clear to the readerI still give it four stars because it was very insightful The justice system is a strange and complicated mechanism and hopefully prevails no matter the state in which one lives


  8. says:

    InterestingGood read coming from a different view I look forward to reading from Paul Sanders as his writing style will only get better and better with each work Nice job Paul on both being a juror and an aythir


  9. says:

    Well written You feel like you know the characters or at least someone very much like themA new author to me but I'm ready for He writes with insight to the feelings and experiences of the audience


  10. says:

    Very interestingVery interesting read It was a little long as some parts had some filler information Other than that it was great It gave good insight on the judicial process from a juror's standpoint


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