Running Head: UNIT 5 ASSIGNMENT 1 Unit 5 Assignment Jessica Martinez Kaplan University CJ 210-01 Running head: UNIT 5 ASSIGNMENT 2 Running head: UNIT 4 ASSIGNMENT 3 Example: Angel and Lacey were fighting, and Lacey shouted "Angel, you are a lousy bastard." karla heard the argument and was asked to testify at Lacey and Angel's divorce trial. Karla was permitted to repeat the statement "Angel, you are a lousy bastard," because it is not hearsay. It was not introduced at the trial to prove that Angel has lice or is an illegitimate child, but rather to show that Lacey was angry. A witness's earlier out-of-court statement may be presented at a trial or hearing if it contradicts his in-court testimony because the statement
Following that Andrea Yates submitted a plea of guilty for reason of insanity. The criminal case a criminal defendant can claim insanity by simply saying that he or she should not be held criminally liable for the damages committed from his particular crime because he was insane at the time of occurrence. Acording to CBS News (2009) "Dr. Phillip Resnick, a forensic psychiatrist, testified for the defense that she did not know killing the children was wrong because she was trying to save them from hell.” Now because of the evidence used and the defense of insanity, the cases outcome did not meet very many people’s expectations, to include my own. Many felt that her being sentenced to a mental institute was an injustice at its finest. Acording to CBS News (2009) "No one should believe that she is getting off easy.
The Author gives readers clues and makes them think to figure out questions, she never gives a straight out answer. The author has events that exemplify prejudice really well. One example of prejudice in the story is the trial. Bob Ewell sues an African American man named Tom Robinson for raping his daughter. The court pleads the man guilty without any proof of rape.
The Unfair Trial of Tom Robison In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, the character Tom Robison is accused of a crime he did not commit and the evidence presented in the courtroom actually supported he was innocent. Heck Tate is the sheriff of Maycomb County, who was called after the crime, was made. As the sheriff he didn’t handle this crime the appropriate way. Heck was supposed to call a doctor to check Mayella, getting an understanding of exactly what was wrong with her. Heck also went wrong when he didn’t get everyone’s side of the story; he only got the Ewells side.
But whatever the situation, there is never an acceptable reason to get an abortion. Here are some reasons why abortion should be illegal: Adoption is another option, many women are endangered by it, birth control is another option, it can also cause misscarriages if you have 2 or more. The first reason why abortion should be illegal is because adoption is another option. Adoption is always brought up when people talk about aborting an unwanted child. There are tons of people who get rejected when they apply to adopt a child.
They scare the jail. They not want to get in the prison. Sometime the youth train with some bad adult, they don’t know the adult is real want to be their friends or just to utilize them to help them do the bad thing. When the adults are in the court, they will lie to the judge to save their life. In the book Monster, this how Steve wrote: “I thought about writing about what happened in the drugstore, but I’d rather not have it in my mind.
Not only are girls not able to go to school but it would be dangerous for them to attend. Terrorists are afraid of girls with an education because they would be strong and smart. So they react with violence. The terrorists often threaten the schools to make it an only boys school. One particular women in Afghanistan named Jan was threatened.
A perfect example is in an Article “Police Hit a women directly in head for no reason,” A lady got serious head injuries after getting beaten in the head with a baton in the video. She is simply just complaining to the officer of her friend injuries after a riot had occurred without even attempting to attack the officer. This here is excessive force and should of not have escalated, there for this officer was using police brutality and not handling his job in a professional manner. This was an immoral act in his part he could have easily ignored her or advised her he would try and get her help that would have been the moral thing to do. (Police Brutality.info, 2008) When does police brutality begin?
The article revolves around one daughter who is split on whether to believe her sister’s letter about her father sexual assaulting her when she was 2 or to believe that her father is innocent. The problem is that she does not want to dismiss her sister’s allegations even if she knows that they are unfounded in her own mind. It seems that the media piece is questioning whether repressed memories are indeed factual. They mention that the women in question had a highly controversial treatment known as Recovery Memory Therapy. This treatment has been discredited by many experts and groups, but there is no mention of experts and groups that defend this type of treatment.
After feeling threatened Daniel pulls out his weapon which may have been concealed within his vehicle and shoots Malik. At this point Daniel becomes a defendant because even though he was defending himself he still discharged a weapon in a public event which is against the law, because only public officials who are licensed to carry and use a firearm in public events may do so. When Daniel slips into a diabetic coma as a result of the beverage he had drink earlier becomes the plaintiff against the concession worker who accidently had given him sugary beverages instead of diet becomes a defendant because of his/her negligence. Plaintiff: Malik, Daniel Defendants: Daniel because of his shove against Malik causing Malik to fall hit his