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ABOUT LARRY LEE JORGENSON
Larry Lee Jorgenson practiced law for many years following a degree in Political Science and a Juris Doctorate. He spent time as a US Magistrate Judge, as an Assistant United States Attorney and as a State of Wyoming prosecutor. In private practice Larry was recognized with the highest ratings given by the profession’s rating services including Best Lawyers in America and Martindale-Hubbell.
Larry is a hunter-fisher-conservationist who was raised on the prairies of South Dakota and now lives with his wife in the valley of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
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Escape to Justice and Love, a white girl, unfettered in her determination to seek justice for a Native American victimized by hate and prejudice, fights for his liberty and for his right to live free in modern-day “Indian Country”. Mystery and suspense engulf the girl’s efforts, but her evolving love for him, and his coming to a place of believing it was acceptable for him to love a white girl, enable the nature of his character to boldly fight the justice system. The rough road ahead is pitted with cultural and racial challenges, but they navigate a shared path of commitment to each other and to a dream of serving others following their Escape to Justice and Love.