Three-year-old Julie has a secret which she has been told NOT to tell. If she tells, her mommy will be hurt terribly. Secrets in the head of a three year old, however, are like thinking that
the sun will forever hide behind the clouds. Eventually, they will both come out, and when Julie’s secret does come out it tears apart two families while bringing them closer together
at the same time.
“The Monster’s Lap” is a real story based on the life mis-
fortunes and betrayals of a young three-year-old girl and
the family that loves her. You will have an intimate look
into the ups and downs of this family as well as the little
known process that goes on from discovery to the final
verdict in court. Can a three-year-old express what has
happened in her life enough to convince the District Attorney to
take on this case, or will the word of a well spoken, well liked thirty-year-old man
be more believable? “She can hardly talk. I didn’t do anything and after all, who would believe a three-year-old?”
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When asexual assault takes place and when the perpetrator is revealed, there eventually has to be a trial. The fact is that there will be many trials and several hearings. Many times, the perpetrator and his attorney, attempt to file for delays. Sometimes they are successful. How doe this affect the families of the victim? How does the prosecution deal with this? Please take a look at this excerpt and if this interests you please purchase your copy of “The Monster’s Lap”. Thank you!
The Monster's Lap: Based on a True Story
Charles had met with his attorney while in jail. During this time, they had decided that the dispositional hearing, which would determine whether something had indeed happened to Julie, should be delayed. Doug and Carla received the answer to that in the mail. The county attorney had addressed all reasons stated for a delay and convinced the courts that a delay was not needed. The trial would proceed, as planned, on September 10th.