The use of this rhetorical device (logos) helped Johnson force the mother to admit there was no reason why he should write the letter. He states “You ask me to solicit a great man, to whom I never spoke of, for a young person whom I never seen”. Johnson tone shifts and becomes harsher allowing room for the mother to think about her faults. Johnson feels that the evident faith the mother has for her son is not enough for him to recommend her son into the university. He then goes on to simply tell her that there is no accurate reason why her son deserves this position.
He also spoke on the phone with respondent’s wife and mother. He attempted once, unsuccessfully to meet with them; however, he did not follow up a second time. Additionally, the counsel did not seek out additional character witnesses for respondent. The counsel’s conversations with his client led him to believe he did not need to request a psychiatric examination because he did not believe the respondent had psychological problems. In a state of hopelessness, the counsel decided not to present nor look for further evidence concerning respondent’s character and emotional state, because he believed it would not overcome the evidentiary effect of the respondent’s confessions to the crimes.
Tangerine Did Paul get affected his family 's choices? In Tangerine by Edward Bloor Mrs. Fisher (Paul’s mom) did not tell him why he had to wear glasses, Erik (Paul’s brother) made Pual have to start wearing glasses, and Mrs. Fisher filled out an IEP form that couldn’t let him play for the school. A choice made by Mrs. Fisher affected Paul by not telling him why he had to wear glasses. She never told him that that Erik spray painted his eyes.
She often feels like her family doesn’t care about her due to their choices. Jeannette didn’t grow up knowing how to steal or fight but she learned it along the way. She knew they couldn’t get pulled over because her father had stolen plates off another vehicle. She also saw her parents steal money from a casino in Las Vegas. She learned to
but I loved you too’” (132 Fitzgerald) She doesn’t want to deal with her loveless marriage and the fact that she still loves Gatsby too. She goes on to have an affair with him, but never actually confronts Gatsby or Tom about this. She would prefer to just deal with her unhappy marriage by not confronting it because she doesn 't want to deal with the consequences.
One way to cope with problems is to simply deny there is a problem in the first place. For example, Gatsby was impatient to Daisy when they decided to tell Tom about the affair. On the day that Daisy, Gatsby, Nick, Jordan, and Tom met up for lunch, Gatsby and Daisy agreed that she was supposed to tell Tom that she never loved him and that she was in love with Gatsby. Although, it was not true that Daisy never loved Tom. Gatsby simply wanted her to confess this to Tom because Gatsby was in denial that she could ever love anyone except for him.
The feelings she has are not ones that she shares with her husband, leaving him clueless to her discontent. If Ann were to have communicated these feelings and wishes to John earlier in their marriage, then it might not have been too far-gone to mend. This is just one of the many factors that contributes to the downfall of their marriage. The potential relationship between Daisy and Gatsby never worked out as a result of miscommunication. Gatsby tries to win over Daisy with all of his new found wealth, but what he does not understand is that she is attracted to Tom because of his old money.
In Romeo and Juliet the need for secrecy was due to the fact that their love was never supposed to happen, it was forbidden. Romeo and Juliet’s love was forbidden because their family differences.(1.5.136-139) Their secret was their relationship and the fact that they had gotten married, but, only four people knew two of those which included Romeo and Juliet, and the other two being the Nurse and Friar Lawrence. Both Juliet’s and Romeo’s parents would not have approved of them being together because of their feud but this didn 't stop Romeo and Juliet from going against the rules of their parents’ beliefs. (2.2.64-79) The effect the keeping of the secret in the story is that it resulted in many deaths, including those such as Mercutio, Tybalt, Paris, and Lady Montague.
Giles last words were “more weight,” he asked for the weight so his chest would be crushed and his children could get the family land. Both Giles and John passed their specific tests, Mary Warren did not however (Miller). Mary tried to defend Goody Proctor from Abigail’s accusations when Goody was to be arrested, but it did not help (Miller 1306). And after Proctor pressured Mary to tell the court that the girls were falsifying information, Abigail accused Mary of witchcraft (Miller 1317). This prompted Mary to turn on John Proctor calling him the devil’s man, to save herself (Miller 1338).
All she wanted to do was to save her husband's reputation but indeed she just made the situation worse. With Hale being present to, he realises her motive for lying only to protect her husband, but Danforth’s suspicions only rise. Given this state, Williams only appears stronger in the story line and convinces Danforth that she and the others girls are being attacked by Mary Warren's spirit, while Proctor ends up in
She did not care what happened to herself as long as Lucy and her family were safe. Evidence of this is when Mme. Defarge secretly entered the house looking for Lucy. Miss Pross knew that Mme. Defarge was not aware that Lucy had just left town with Charles, so Miss Pross stalled Mme.
but I wanted to go in with Brendan, the police wouldn 't let me." Investigators pulled Brendan Dassey out of class to question him without his parent 's permission. In the US if you do anything with a minor you have to have parental/guardian consent you want to take their picture at a public event a waiver has to get signed if you want to quote them and an article about something they 're doing someone has to approve it Brendan does his mother had absolutely no idea some of the questions he was being asked by investigators because they had
She thought her mom had stole the letter she was waiting for from an agent who could get her into her career; she assumed her mom stole it because she thought her mom would have wanted her daughter to do what “normal” women do. Also, she is not considered a “normal” wife; “normal” for that time meant she was supposed to stay inside and do chores and cook. Instead, she goes around, talks to the men working and hides from her husband. Curley’s wife is lonely because no one talks to her to prevent trouble. George said to Lennie, “well, you keep away from her, ‘cause she’s a rat trap if I’ve ever seen one (Steinbeck 32).”
Anything he said to the police should not be allowed as evidence because his parents were not notified or present during the questioning (15 M.R.S. §3203-A (2)(A)). Moe, the store owner, only witnessed Diane putting stolen items into her purse. I would argue that Diane, being a part of the issue, is not a valid witness against Jack. She may place the blame on Jack for her actions to escape having to be adjudicated. Her confession should not be valid anyway because her parents or attorney were not present (15 M.R.S.
minutes the families where negotiating with Jan to take their case, but their negotiations failed due to lack of data and research. They did not know who was to blame for the cause of the leukemia of their children. But, because there was no tangible being or entity to attach the case to, Jan felt he should not take the case and risk losing it. • By walking away he ended the negotiation. • Cheeseman wanted use rule 11 to prevented case from forward, but his motion was denied when the judge ruled against him.