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'''Lionel Luckhoo''' (1914-1997) was a famous lawyer and later an evangelist, whom the Guinness Book of World Records lists as having had the most successful acquittals in murder trials, with 245. [http://www.hawaiichristiansonline.com/sir_lionel_luckhoo_bio.html] In 1980, he founded Lionel Luckhoo Ministries, and wrote pamphlets in support of Christianity. He said, "I have spent more than 42 years as a defense trial lawyer appearing in many parts of the world and am still in active practice. I have been fortunate to secure a number of successes in jury trials and I say unequivocally the evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ is so overwhelming that it compels acceptance by proof which leaves absolutely no room for doubt." [http://www.gotquestions.org/why-believe-resurrection.html]
 
'''Lionel Luckhoo''' (1914-1997) was a famous lawyer and later an evangelist, whom the Guinness Book of World Records lists as having had the most successful acquittals in murder trials, with 245. [http://www.hawaiichristiansonline.com/sir_lionel_luckhoo_bio.html] In 1980, he founded Lionel Luckhoo Ministries, and wrote pamphlets in support of Christianity. He said, "I have spent more than 42 years as a defense trial lawyer appearing in many parts of the world and am still in active practice. I have been fortunate to secure a number of successes in jury trials and I say unequivocally the evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ is so overwhelming that it compels acceptance by proof which leaves absolutely no room for doubt." [http://www.gotquestions.org/why-believe-resurrection.html]
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Lionel Luckhoo (1914-1997) was a famous lawyer and later an evangelist, whom the Guinness Book of World Records lists as having had the most successful acquittals in murder trials, with 245. [1] In 1980, he founded Lionel Luckhoo Ministries, and wrote pamphlets in support of Christianity. He said, "I have spent more than 42 years as a defense trial lawyer appearing in many parts of the world and am still in active practice. I have been fortunate to secure a number of successes in jury trials and I say unequivocally the evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ is so overwhelming that it compels acceptance by proof which leaves absolutely no room for doubt." [2]