An Unnamed Defendant Stands Accused Of Murder Just Before The Closing Speeches, The Young Man Sacks His Lawyer, And Decides To Give His Own Defence SpeechHe Tells Us That His Barrister Told Him To Leave Some Things Out Sometimes, The Truth Can Be Too Difficult To Explain, Or Believe But He Thinks That If He S Going To Go Down For Life, He Might As Well Go Down Telling The TruthThere Are Eight Pieces Of Evidence Against Him As He Talks Us Through Them One By One, His Life Is In Our Hands We, The Reader Member Of The Jury Must Keep An Open Mind Till We Hear The End Of His Story His Defence Raises Many Questions But At The End Of The Speeches, Only One Matters Did He Do It
Imran Mahmood was born in Liverpool in 1969 to first generation Pakistani parents He has been working on the criminal bar in London for over 20 years and regularly appears in jury trials across the country dealing in serious and complex criminal cases.He now lives in South East London with his wife and is currently plotting a second novel.
- 400 pages
- You Don't Know Me
- Imran Mahmood
- 09 August 2017 Imran Mahmood