""Alex was beside himself. Had he won the case fairly based upon
his advocacy skills or was he just a dupe in a seedy
win-at-all-costs drama? Anger welled up. He felt hatred and rage
toward Edward Daily. At once he felt a rush of perspiration. Daily
had stolen the verdict from him which Drew had fairly won. More
importantly, he had been involved in not one but two deaths. It was
clear that Daily had done all he could to assure that he would not
be convicted so that he would not be pressured in the future by the
government to cooperate in its public corruption investigation...""
In Detroit Deceit, Alex Drew is a hard-working criminal defense
attorney in Detroit, practicing in federal court. After
successfully defending the scion of a rich Detroit family in one
federal case marred by prosecutorial misconduct, Drew is thrust
into the defense of his client in a second complicated criminal tax
and money laundering case involving a former secretary to a
Catholic order and a Diocesan priest. Before he can do so, however,
he must defend his childhood friend, now an ATF special agent who
is caught in a web of racial and government politics. As Drew
labors to help his friend and win the case for his client
honorably, he is drawn into an on-going federal investigation of
city-wide corruption. While Drew fashions a skillful defense and
acquittal is possible, his efforts are undermined by his own
client. At the end of the exhausting trial, Drew is not able to
affirm that the ""system works"" but must conclude that ""justice
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