By Judge Ehrenfreund
"This full of life, unique ebook might be a milestone in America's ongoing fascination with the drama of trials and justice."
- Fred Graham, former leader anchor court docket TV
Have you ever had the opportunity to make a decision the destiny of another individual? What might you do? within the real-life circumstances offered to you during this e-book, you may be the pass judgement on and the jury - making the final word choice among correct and wrong.
* are you able to convict an abused lady who kills her husband simply because she is afraid he'll beat her back?
* What a few guy who is helping his ally dedicate suicide to prevent a painful loss of life?
* might you leave a feeding tube to be faraway from a 92-year-old coma sufferer so she will be able to die peacefully?
Put your self within the position of the pass judgement on or one of many jurors as you learn the main points of every case. a lot of those trials bring up questions that transcend the legislations to the guts of one's personal ethical code.
At the tip of every case, after rendering your individual verdict, you could learn directly to discover what relatively happened.
<font color="#FF0000">THE CASE IS NOW on your HANDS.</font>
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Extra resources for You Be the Judge: 20 True Crimes and Cases to Solve
The bullet went through Marlene’s heart, out her back, through Martin’s heart, out his back, and through the wall behind him. Marlene and Martin were killed instantly by the same bullet. From the location of the entry and exit wounds, and the position of the bodies, it was obvious that Marlene was standing directly in front of Martin when the shot was fired. indd 41 6/11/08 4:02:01 PM You Be the Judge a suicide note that said he was sorry, placed the end of the rifle barrel in his mouth, and pulled the trigger.
Nothing to do with you. : Did you ever see the gun? Yonatelli: No. I didn’t want to see it. : What did you do next? Yonatelli: Like I said, I was scared. I said good night and went inside. : Did you see Mr. Goodlin again? Yonatelli: Not until now. I mean, I liked the guy, but I didn’t want to get mixed up in guns. He called me, but I just said I was seeing someone else. : Thank you. That’s all. The defense attorney may have some questions. Hardin: No questions. Brock Olander takes the stand for the prosecution.
He searched the room for any empty cartridges but found none. On the bed near the front door he found a large piece of wrapping paper from a gun store. Officer Robb further testifies that after the bodies were removed, he searched outside the cottage for the expended bullet or bullets. He still was not sure how many shots had been fired. He saw the hole in the water pipe and then saw another hole in the wall of the cottage next door, about ten feet from number nine, also about the same height as the other holes.