Review of Not Guilty - Criminal Defense Investigators Guide to Winning Your Case

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zainherb wrote: 25 Jul 2021, 06:38 Wow.
I would love to read this book, just out of curiosity.

Thanks for a detailed, intriguing review.
Thanks for your nice feedback on the book and review!
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SamaylaM wrote: 25 Jul 2021, 08:33
Eloque3locks wrote: 18 Jul 2021, 10:53 The review tells of a book well written. Might give it a consideration. 👍
Good to know!
Thank you! :)
You are very welcome, can't wait to read your next review are compare writing styles. :tiphat:
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SamaylaM wrote: 25 Jul 2021, 08:33
Eloque3locks wrote: 18 Jul 2021, 10:53 The review tells of a book well written. Might give it a consideration. 👍
Good to know!
Thank you! :)
You are very welcome, can't wait to read your next review are compare writing styles. :tiphat:
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This is a new area for me, one I'm willing to ply. I love educational books but I have not read a lot on Law. I do plan on rectifying that, starting by reading this book. The review did a great job of convincing me to make this decision. I hope I don't get disappointed. Perhaps when I am done reading this book and others like it, I would be able to carry on intelligent conversations about Law.
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Nathaniel Owolabi wrote: 27 Jul 2021, 18:36 This is a new area for me, one I'm willing to ply. I love educational books but I have not read a lot on Law. I do plan on rectifying that, starting by reading this book. The review did a great job of convincing me to make this decision. I hope I don't get disappointed. Perhaps when I am done reading this book and others like it, I would be able to carry on intelligent conversations about Law.
I'm extremely delighted to know that my review could help you decide to venture into this area of law. I hope you'd enjoy this book, whenever you give it a read!
Thank you so much for your valuable feedback and insights!
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The authors profession is all I need to pick this book. I'm sure there's alot to learn. Awesome review.
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The authors profession is all I need to pick this book. I'm sure there's alot to learn. Awesome review.
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I much prefer this depiction of PI's to the old noir style. I'm even more intrigued since this story is coming from someone who intimately knows the field! Thanks for your enticing review.
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Uzo_Reviews wrote: 31 Jul 2021, 07:02 The authors profession is all I need to pick this book. I'm sure there's alot to learn. Awesome review.
Thank you so much! :)
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Jagiine wrote: 02 Aug 2021, 12:53 I much prefer this depiction of PI's to the old noir style. I'm even more intrigued since this story is coming from someone who intimately knows the field! Thanks for your enticing review.
Thank you for taking your time to read and comment! :)
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I'm certain this will prove to be valuable to anyone interested in learning about the subject. For me, it's lovely to get to finally to see things unfold from the perspective of real-life private investigator. Kudos for the outstanding review!
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derialist wrote: 05 Aug 2021, 02:49 I'm certain this will prove to be valuable to anyone interested in learning about the subject. For me, it's lovely to get to finally to see things unfold from the perspective of real-life private investigator. Kudos for the outstanding review!
I agree with you and hope you can check it sometime!
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Sounds like a book that will educate readers about the law and how crime investigation is been carried out. Thanks for the informative review.
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I studied law and would gladly read this book. :) It's always inspiring that an educational book is a quick read at the same time. Thank you very much for a great review!
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Muna Chizzy wrote: 11 Aug 2021, 14:02 Sounds like a book that will educate readers about the law and how crime investigation is been carried out. Thanks for the informative review.
Thank you very much for reading! :)
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