Jurors #3 and #10 are the most hostile of the jurors. They believe deep down that this boy killed his father. They believe that everything they heard in the courtroom holds true and they don’t really want to see this kid live any longer. Juror #8 still had reasonable doubt about the murder. He doesn’t want to vote guilty until he has enough evidence that this boy did indeed kill his father.
All three suspects are interrogated and put on stand for their alibi. They also had negative DNA results. After Joe, Daniel, Eric and Derek wouldn’t testify against the other three suspects they were immediately released. “Forget truth, forget justice, and forget alibi” “This crime scene investigation is going in so many different directions. “Ford just wants to find the right suspect so they are convicting even the innocent” says Derek’s attorney.
In regard to all the evidence that is presented before us it becomes apparent that there are only two plausible scenarios that happened to Roy Hoywood. The first scenario is that his death was due to a crime of passion in which he found his wife having an affair with her pro tennis friend. The other scenario that stems from the given evidence is that Rita, all the business associates, and Jonathan Simmons conspired to murder Roy in order gain the rights to the property in Los Angeles. But before discussing these scenarios we must observe and scrutinize all six of the suspects. Rita Hoywood seems to be the prime suspect not only because she seems to play a pivotal role in both cases, but also because she is closest to the victim relationship
My Tra Dang 4849 Garson Way Maycomb, AL 34677 August 31st, 1935 Readers of Maycomb Journal 3425 Freedom Way Maycomb, Al 34677 Dear readers, I was at the courthouse yesterday to watch the trial in which Tom Robinson ended up being convicted of raping a white woman, Mayella Ewell. After seeing all of the things Atticus tried to show everyone, I simply couldn't believe my eyes that the jury could finally find Tom guilty. I have to say that I strongly disagree with the verdict, which should be reconsidered, in my opinion. I have no doubt that everyone could see through the lame an unconvincing story the Ewells made up to fool everyone. Bob Ewell clearly stated that he held with everything Mr. Heck Tate had said.
An eyewitness is an individual who was present during an event and is called by a party in a lawsuit to testify as to what he or she observed. Eyewitnesses cannot be intoxicated or insane at the time of the controverted event occurred will be prevented from testifying, regardless of whether he or she was the only eyewitness to the occurrence. Recent DNA exoneration cases have corroborated the warnings of eyewitness identification researchers by showing that mistaken eyewitness misidentification was the largest single factor contributing to the conviction of these innocent people, especially those who are in death row. There have been many wrongful deaths because of misidentification testimonies and men/women have lost many years in prison due to eyewitnesses misidentifying them. How can the government assure us that they found a better way of sentencing the right people and not making mistakes?
He managed to kill thirty people including himself. People still wonder why he really decided to kill all these people because they refuse to believe what was presented to them. With all the evidence that was giving, they never told the reporter or newscast how the shooting could have been prevented, and to me there were so many ways. The university could have taken more caution when they read some of his writings and seen that something was wrong, People could have been more nicer and showed more courtesy, and the university should have looked into his background correctly. Since they didn’t do all the following Cho was able to purchase a hand gun which allowed him to murder several people and to commit suicide.
I have researched a few stories behind the stand your ground law and its amazing how so many people have got away with murder. People seem to be taking what they believe to be justice in their own hands. Doing something off your own opinion isn’t always the right thing to do. You may not like people who wear red shirts. Do you think they should die?
Mrs. Nemececk Period 5 November 5, 2011 Mock Trial In the mock trial case of Jack and Simon, each party had a decent argument and amount of evidence to prove their points. The prosecuting side provided good facts from the text of the book, though they failed to charge Roger accurately. Although the defense also came up with some good points as well, they still could not prove jack quite innocent. After a fair trial, the jury found Roger innocent from the charge of first degree murder, though the jury found Jack guilty to second degree murder. As a judge it was my responsibility to sentence each guilty individual to a necessary punishment.
Kuklinski went from a child who knew no better to killing people because of his temper that made it to a contract killer. When the contract killer dies, they decided to actually count how many people he had murder which came out to the total of over 200 people. After his death had happened many psychologists and criminologist were wondering what made him killed over 200 people. There have been many hypotheses on why he decided to kill those many innocent people. No one has come up with a right answer to say exactly what was going through his head and why he chose to do what he did.
Due to the amount of appeals and thorough investigation of each case, no piece of evidence is overlooked for the benefit of the defendant. Unless there is strong criminating evidence and the court is certain the accused is guilty, the death penalty would not be issued. For the 2,293,157 behind bars in our country the miniscule 3,220 on death row is unlikely to contain innocents due to their case being examined extensively. If one innocent man was wrongfully put to death by the state, should we abolish the death penalty? This argument can be compared to if a police officer shoots an innocent man, the country should purge police officers of their weapons.