Christopher Edward Burris has been a trial lawyer for over forty years. Early in his career he “did time” in the prosecuting attorney’s office, and as a young assistant, tried his first murder case when he was twenty-six. For the past thirty-five years, Burris has practiced criminal defense and has defended more than fifty murder cases. He lives with his family in Oregon, the Great Pacific Northwest.
Title by Christopher Edward Burris
A Question of Ethics
Charles Brogan is a highly successful criminal defense lawyer who sets his own rules and pushes ethical boundaries to their limits. He is self-centered, narcissistic, and morally bankrupt. Brogan’s world changes when he begins an affair with Jessica Martin, the wife of his client, successful real estate developer “Wild Bill” Martin, who is accused of assaulting Jessica in a domestic violence case. When Jessica turns up dead, Wild Bill is charged with her murder and retains Brogan to represent him, plunging Brogan deeply into unethical waters with his own dark secrets.