...And Then There Was Reasonable Doubt: The State of Ohio v. Charles "Keith" Wampler
And Then There Was Reasonable Doubt: The State of Ohio v. Charles “Keith” Wampler is about a true crime that occurred in Moraine, Ohio, in February 1982. The investigation in 1982 lead to an innocent sixteen-year-old boy being wrongfully convicted of murdering Robert “David” Rowell, a thirteen-year-old boy, whose nude and mutilated body was discovered in a field along I-75. This books covers the police investigation, the trial, and the reinvestigation of this case in 2015. This book covers misconduct of the police, the prosecutors, and the lawyers that resulted in an innocent boy having to become a man behind the bars of Ohio prisons. The book also discusses callous approach to correcting this injustice that has been displayed by the Office of the Governor and the legal system in general. And Then There Was Reasonable Doubt: The State of Ohio v. Charles “Keith” Wampler also provides recommendations in allowing the people more control over the criminal justice system.