Used hardback with dust jacket. Book Club Edition.
Presidio Press, Novato, CA. 1984.
"As chief defense counsel for II Field Force in Vietnam, 1968-1969, the author represented soldiers in trouble for a wide variety of offenses-from stealing and deserting to rape, murder, and 'fragging'. His defense of Leland Brumley however, one of the Green Berets accused of murdering a double agent, was the climax of his Vietname experience.
The ramifications of this case stretched from the headquarters of Gen. Creighton Abrams, Commander of U. S. Forces, Vietnam, to the White House.
Could the Green Berets have had a fair and public trial without compromising national security?"