Needless to say, Self Incrimination could have done without its unoriginal final scene. Otherwise, it was very good legal plot.
It's about Leslie and Brad, now engaged, working on two separate cases. Leslie's case, the central case, is about a teenage girl accused of murdering her stepfather, while she claims it was self-defense. Brad's case is about a man claiming he was scammed while on a TV reality show.
Having the book be from the first person perspective of Leslie is a bit of a stretch, but I think authors need to go out on a limb every now and then. It shows Leslie's good character.
The end of the court case is very different, but there was a final scene thrown in that it could have done without. Another original part of it is the appearance of Mitchell Taylor. Not only that, but Leslie is opposing him in the case.
All in all, it was a good book, mostly because of the superb characters, and the end didn't completely ruin it, it just scarred it.
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