Fifteen years after the alleged incident, Roberta Claire accuses Lloyd Adams, her stepfather, of sexual abuse -- vents that have remained dormant in the recesses of her memory. Is this a case of recovered memory by a child victim of incest or a fantasy implanted by a therapist? The story is even more engrossing because it is fueled by the controversy surrounding recovered memories.This book is unique among the many books 'recovered memories' because it presents both sides of the issue. Readers will get to 'see' what really happens in a trial -- and the reader is a juror. Which witnesses should be believed is up to the reader. It is realistic change. -- Robert Koscielney, Member/Board of Directors, False Memory Syndrome FoundationYou the Jury is a riveting and fascinating book and shows the human element of the destruction and devastation of family members. It shows professional therapists with their conflicting opinions on this controversial issue. Written in fiction-like form, You the Jury is magnetic in holding your attention to an issue and tragedy that is all too endemic in our society. -- Claire R. Reeves, President/Founder, Mothers Against Sexual Abuse (MASA)You will be privy to attorney-client meetings, background investigations, strategy sessions, interrogatories, depositions, settlement attempts, and even the search for a missing witness.If you followed the high-profile television trials or if you ever questioned the verdict of a jury trial, now is your opportunity to become You the Jury.You the Jury invites you to take a front row seat at the trial of Roberta Claire vs. Lloyd Adams.