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Her compassion for human life and the inhuman crimes her client had committed Through the obstacles and setbacks faced by Nelson there was Ted Bundy himself While his crimes show the extremely violent side of his personality there were many other sides many other extreme sides that the public never saw Ranging from shy and defensive. It's an interesting book and very informative The first half moved a little slow but it gets better later I do think the author has a tendency to get a little too into the various legal intracacies but she generally does a pretty good job explaining Florida lawI have read plenty of other books on this subject but I never actually realized before just how little evidence there was against Ted Bundy and how many corners it appears that Florida cut in their haste to execute him While I do not share the author's belief that he didn't deserve death I do think that cutting corners is a dangerous precedent to setI have only two complaints with the book both seemingly minor I feel the title is misleading Ms Nelson was Bundy's appellate lawyer; she did not actually defend him In my mind the lawyers who defended him were the ones who represented him during his trials Ms Nelson was not trying to get him acuitted so much as she was trying to find a legal error to prolong his life My second issue is with the preface In it she mentions the different sections of the book and details what is covered in each Except she's wrong Like she loses track of which case is which and which death sentence Florida is trying to carry out It seems like a minor detail but for someone who spends 300 pages painting herself as having totally immersed herself in the cause eating sleeping and breathing it it was offputting to me

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Defending the Devil My Story as Ted Bundy's Last LawyerTo a narcissistic performer Bundy professed his innocence by day while offering confessions to the police and helping the FBI at night His own worst enemy Bundy seemed never to understand the severity of his crimes the punishment or the public's reaction to them Through it all stood Nelson defending him from both the system and himse. This is the final book about Bundy that I plan to read And I think it was best that I read it last Obviously Polly Nelson didn't get involved in the case until the last three years of Bundy's life so the focus of the story was the end of the story Nelson really cared for Ted not in the way that other women did; that came across very clearly in her story She recognized that he was a messed up individual who had done horrific things and she defended him anyway All the while knowing how the story would end and knowing that Bundy was guilty as all get out I still found myself hoping that he would finally get that stay of execution And in that sense I suppose that Nelson delivered the emotions she was feeling She cared for Bundy and she humanized him enough that I almost found myself caring for him too In all honesty I only wanted their court cases to turn out favorably so that Nelson's hard work wouldn't go to waste She drew his life out an extra three years I won't believe there is a better lawyer out there

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DOWNLOAD Defending the Devil: My Story as Ted Bundy's Last Lawyer · PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ä As a brand new lawyer Polly Nelson was offered serial killer Ted Bundy's case as a pro bono project for her prestigious Washington DC law firm just weeks before he was scheduled to be executed DefendAs a brand new lawyer Polly Nelson was offered serial killer Ted Bundy's case as a pro bono project for her prestigious Washington DC law firm just weeks before he was scheduled to be executed Defending the Devil is a uniue and candid look at the Bundy case and at Nelson's three year personal battle to balance her duties as a lawyer. This book covers the Ted Bundy story from a different angle It describes the 3 year battle Polly Nelson had as Bundy's lawyer to try and change his death sentence to a life sentence She argued that Bundy was actually a manic depressive who should not have been allowed to represent himself during his trial He was incompetent in this role and ended up sabotaging his own case His guilt was never in uestion just a man's right to live At times it became bogged down in legal jargon but this was to be expected as it was written by a lawyer Overall it offers a uniue insight into Bundy in his final years An interesting read