Bradley J. Edwards is a prominent board-certified civil trial lawyer in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, who specializes in representing victims of violent and sexual crimes. In addition to obtaining some of America's largest jury verdicts, he prosecuted the landmark Crime Victims' Rights case, Doe v. United States, pro bono for more than ten years. He has published on the topic of crime victims' rights in nationally recognized journals and speaks across the country on the representation of victims and survivors.
'Riveting...the author powerfully illuminates how Epstein used his wealth and connections to rape and traffic hundreds of girls, most of them teenagers. A revelatory exploration of the long fight to bring a monstrous man to justice.' * Kirkus Reviews *