"Depends on what sort of book you're writing. If it's non-fiction, a recollection of your experience, you might organize the chapters by event (trial 1, trial 2 ...) or maybe more interestingly, by theme (you know, and your readers…"
Hi All,Being a criminal defense lawyer for nearly forty years in Sweden, I have met many peculiar and wonderful types during my active life. Now I am retired and trying to recall the most significant cases during my career and put them in a book.The question I would like to answer is the following:Should I tell about several different cases in their own chapter or should I just take a few cases and try to get them together with the help of lawyers, journalists and judges?I would be most…See More
Since I too seldom visit Crime Space I haven't seen your mail earlier. Nice though to hear from you. I am also a member of Police Pulse. So there is another thing we have in common. May I invite you to be my friend?
Born in Turku, Finland, he is now living in Stockholm, Sweden. He has been a criminal defense lawyer for 39 years and he had a law firm of his own. In the year 2000 he took a Master in Law and IT at the University in Stockholm. Now he is retired and working as a freelance translator and proofreader.His language pairs are English, German and Finnish to Swedish.The hobbies are Music, Writing, Film and Theatre, Gardening, Tennis and Golf. http://www.justlookfor.ushttp://letmetranslate.se and http://writingarticlesforyou.com