|By PR Newswire||
|August 18, 2014 01:21 PM EDT||
MIAMI LAKES, Fla., Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Attorney Eric Matheny recently signed a contract with Porfirio Press for eBook and print format of his book, The Victim to be released on May 19, 2015. The Victim pulls from Matheny's experience in the legal system as a criminal defense lawyer and former prosecutor. Regardless of whether or not a reader likes crime and legal drama, this book is set to draw the attention of many.
The Victim is a legal thriller set Matheny's own back yard, the Miami criminal court system. It is based around the life of a young defense attorney who has a dark and mysterious past. As he takes one a new case for a client possible accused of a rather terrible crime, he begins to unravel his own past while investigating this new crime. While one story is being solved, the other seems to become even more complex.
Matheny was born in Los Angeles, California and went to Arizona State University for his undergraduate work. Graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science, Matheny then went to St. Thomas University School of Law. He interned at the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office for a year and was offered a position as Assistant State Attorney for the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office. In 2009, Matheny left the State Attorney's office to pursue a criminal defense career with the Law Offices of Eric M. Matheny. With experience in over 50 trials and extensive knowledge of prosecution's approach, Matheny fights for the defense of his clients.
Since 2009, Miami-Dade based Law Offices of Eric M. Matheny has been representing clients convicted of criminal charges in South Florida. Our firm takes an aggressive approach to representation and is completely dedicated to the success of its clients. The experience Matheny brings as a former prosecutor can offer an insider's perspective on both sides of the criminal justice system.
If you are facing criminal charges in South Florida, be sure to contact our firm today to schedule a consultation.
The Law Offices of Eric M. Matheny, P.A.
6625 Miami Lakes Drive
Miami Lakes, Florida 33014
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