What happens when an innocent man gets framed for the perfect crime? What if he’s not that innocent?
Drawn from the author’s sixteen years as a litigator in various state and federal courts, "Without a Hitch" is a high stakes courtroom drama which plays out amidst the desperation and uncertainty of a plan gone horribly wrong, as Washington, D.C. attorney Alexander Corbin struggles with his conscience, his panicky co-conspirators and not getting caught.
Andrew Price has spent sixteen years doing everything you can imagine in the legal profession. He's worked for the Federal government doing government contracts. He's worked for what would become one of the biggest law firms in the world. Finally, he started his own general practice, where he's sued and defended just about everyone, from companies to people to hospitals to cities. He's represented lots of cops, he's dabbled in criminal law and he's handled numerous state and federal trials. He's even appeared many times before state Supreme Courts.