Lee County resident John Marshall walked into lawyer Robert Harris' Fort Myers firm in early March 2015 claiming he had killed neighbor Ted Hubbell in self-defense. He even brought the body with him in the bed of his pickup.

The neighbors had been in some sort of dispute over property work in Bokeelia. Marshall called the attorney days before the incident, saying he feared for his safety. Harris advised him to get a restraining order.

Marshall, 52, showed up at the law office with Hubbell's body and a swollen lip, a freshly missing tooth, another tooth that was chipped and what looked like two broken thumbs. He said he brought the man to the attorney's office because he didn't know who else to trust.
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The man who killed his neighbor in a scuffle and brought the body to his lawyer's office