This Thriller details the professional life of Jonathan Carter, as the Chair of the San Antonio, Texas Grievance Committee, and as a Plaintiff's Personal Injury trial lawyer, who has been receiving death threats. In the lawyer disciplinary process, either the complainant or the accused lawyer will be dissatisfied with the Committee's decision and will blame Jonathan. In thThis Thriller details the professional life of Jonathan Carter, as the Chair of the San Antonio, Texas Grievance Committee, and as a Plaintiff's Personal Injury trial lawyer, who has been receiving death threats. In the lawyer disciplinary process, either the complainant or the accused lawyer will be dissatisfied with the Committee's decision and will blame Jonathan. In the personal injury game, maybe the opposite party or lawyer, or the judge, or the jury, or maybe even the client will blame Jonathan if things don't go right. Somebody will want to get even. Naturally, one cannot please everyone. But who is sending those mysterious threats? Has someone finally decided, "Enough is enough.'?...
|Title||:||To Get Even|
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|Number of Pages||:||234 Pages|
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To Get Even Reviews
Book 3 in the Grievance Committee SeriesInsight into Some Lawyers’ PsychesMr. Southers, the author of this novel, is a Texas Lawyer and served the Texas Grievance Committee for ten years, and for anyone interested in some of the shenanigans of lawyers and judges, this is a story that may entertain you.Jonathan Carter was the prominent attorney character in this book. He kept getting threatening notes such as “U R on Ur way 2 Hell, Scumbag!” but the note omitted why, how, and when. The letters of the words were formed by letters snipped from various magazines. Jonathan ignored the notes, treating them as a risk that went with the territory. He knew that being an attorney and also being on the Texas Grievance Committee created enemies for him and although the police attempted to identify the sender, they ne er could. In this story there is one attorney who is called before the Grievance Committee who has no control of his temper or emotions and that is Mac McCormick. This story includes several hearings before the Grievance Committee, like the first two books, but it mainly centers on Mac McCormick and his actions and potential to do harm. The Grievance Committee monitors and hears all grievances against attorneys in the State of Texas, and makes a judgment as to whether the accused attorney should be adjudged innocent, or have his law license suspended for a period of time or disbarred. This novel follows the other two books in that one can see how the law works when manipulated in the hands of both sincere and insincere attorneys and judges. Like the first two books, the weakness in the story is that so much foundation has to be laid through narrative in order for the reader to understand what is transpiring. I enjoyed it as I did the first two novels.