By Juan Pedro Cosano
El abogado de los pobres, de Juan Pedro Cosano Alarcón, gana el V Premio Abogados de Novela. Corrupción robo y falsificaciones, abusos de poder, manipulación... Y frente a todo eso, el coraje y los angeles fe en los angeles justicia de un abogado de pobres que sólo entre los más débiles encontrará los angeles fuerza y los angeles razón necesarias para qu e los angeles verdad triunfe. Jerez de los angeles Frontera, 1750: en el tribunal se celebra un juicio por unos terribles asesinatos cuyo desarrollo tiene en vilo a toda l. a. ciudad. Nadie duda de l. a. culpabilidad del acusado, un muchacho huérfano y sin ningún apoyo... excepto el del «abogado de pobres», pagado por el concejo, el joven Pedro Alemán y Camacho. Idealista, pero también acosado por sus debilidades y limitaciones, Pedro viene de asombrar a los jerezanos con los angeles impactante resolución de algunos casos que parecían perdidos. Ante el reto más importante de su carrera, ¿conseguirá el abogado que l. a. justicia impere?
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