LEGAL ASSIGNMENT: HAYLEY MILES COURT CASE: R V MURPHY FACTS: On February 2nd 1986 a 26 year old women by the name of Anita Lorraine Cobby was kidnapped when walking home on Newtown Rd in Blacktown at around 10pm. Cobby was dragged into the car containing five men and ordered to strip and perform sexual acts, the accused men than dragged her body through a barb wire fence and subjected her to a commit a series of sexual assaults while her attackers beat her repeatedly, and then killed her. PENALTIES IMPOSED: The five men John Travers, Michael Murdoch, and siblings Michael, Leslie and Gary were arrested and charged with multiple offences including: Murder ‘taking
The night she called the cops and got slapped for it. The night that she lost all of her friends. On page 74 when she talks about "its face" she 's referring to her rapist, Andy (Beast) Evans. Those two quotes connect because she was raped by "IT" on "that night." "It" meaning Andy on the night of the party.
The judge was judge Taylor. Sheriff Heck Tate was then called to the stand and asked what had happened on the evening on November 23. Mr. Tate said that he was called by Mr. Ewell and told that a nigger had raped his daughter, Mayella. He continued and said, when he arrived at the house, he found Mayella beaten up and that she had a black eye on the right
In the month of November in 2013, Austin Sigg was sentenced to life and an additional 86 years in prison for murdering 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway. As he faced justice through the court system, advocates unnecessarily argued that he was only a child and too young to serve as an adult. To show that an individual’s age should not be used as an excuse to justify their actions, Weir states “Some juveniles commit crimes so serious, so heinous, that public safety mandates — and justice demands — full accountability in our criminal justice system. There are those who argue this is unfair and unjust. They say the juvenile brain is not fully developed until well into the
There are many victims of unfortunate circumstances in the world today, yet some of these results could have been easily avoided. In the novel, Just Mercy, the author Bryan Stevenson addresses many cases in which children under the age of 18 are incarcerated within the adult criminal justice system. By treating children as adults in the criminal justice system their innocence and undeveloped person, become criminalized. These children become dehumanized and only viewed as full-fledged criminals and as a result society offers no chance sympathy towards them. Stevenson argues that children tried as adults have become damaged and traumatized by this system of injustice.
Fourteen-year-old Nathaniel Brazill was charged with second-degree murder. He shot and killed his teacher, Barry Grunow. Brazill would have been charged with first-degree murder and a life sentence without parole; however, the jury claimed that Brazill’s immaturity was evident throughout the trial. The young teen constantly looked confused as to why he was there. He appeared often stunned and had the inability to give reason as to why he killed his teacher.
Killer mother, who stomped her baby girl to death has her face slashed in prison in ‘revenge attack’ by two inmates. Recants videotaped statement Juvelky Jimenez Staff Writer A drug addict mother stomped her 3 year old baby girl to death, Olivia (age 26) had her face slashed in prison by two inmates in a ‘revenge attack’ of what she did to her daughter. Everything had happened in Portland, Oregon. Olivia Jackson was accused of murder last week, her partner John Jackson was found guilty for letting the murder happen. He was simply sentenced for 4 years in prison.
Why Do people think it 's not their problem It was in October 26, 1965, when police found Sylvia Likens, a 16-year-old foster child, beaten to death by her foster parents. When the cops found her she had over 150 wounds, ranging from cuts to burns. The foster mom, Gertrude Baniszewski, had seven children, and all of those children, and even the neighborhood children, were abusing Likens. Then, in 1966, the ensuing trial ended, and Gertrude Baniszewski got life in Indiana 's Women 's State Prison and was granted parole in 1985, she died of lung cancer in 1990. Her oldest daughter Paula,was convicted of second degree murder and she served seven years in Indiana 's state prison.
The Incident Ariel Castro the 53 year old former school bus driver who abducted and held three young girls captive for 10 years was sentenced to life in prison plus 1,000 years as reported on CNN (Brown and McLaughlin). Three young women between the ages of 14 and 21 went missing a year apart from one another in a small “tight-knit community” in Cleveland (Donaghue). All were lured into a van with a promise of a ride by a friend’s father. There the girls were held against their will for ten years filled with torture, rape, starvation, pregnancy and miscarriages. The girls were tied up with chains and ropes in several rooms throughout the house that were rigged to keep them from the outside world.
Speck was sent to jail, for theft and check fraud, in 1963. After getting out of jail only 4 months after he was sent again for aggravated assault. His wife filed for a divorce on January 1966, he then fled to chicago. For a while he stayed out of trouble until, one day a 65 year old lady was raped and robbed in her own home on April 2, 1966, and on April 13 a barmaid in his local tavern, Mary Kay Pierce, was brutally beaten to death. He managed to deflect police questioning and escape once again.
He was arrested eight times over the years serving time for grand larceny, passing bad checks, and violating parole or probation. He had children in every state he had traveled to. Sadly a young girl, Grace Budd, was one of his victims. He was arrested after a six year hunt for the murder of Grace(Maria). He worked as a handyman and a painter, but made the neighborhood children beat him with a paddle that had 1’½” nails attached to it.
At the time of his release, Horton had been serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole for his role in the brutal robbery and murder of a 17-year-old gas attendant. Instead of returning to prison by the mandatory deadline, Horton went on a violent crime spree and became a fugitive from the law. While on the run, he allegedly raped a woman multiple times, assaulted her fiancé, and robbed the couple. After being captured by police, a judge berated the Massachusetts judicial system for releasing such a violent prisoner and sentenced Horton to two life terms to be served consecutively plus an additional 85 years behind bars. In conjunction with his prison
Outside the courthouse supports erupted with violent emotion and Richardson cried loudly mother passed out. Korey Wise yelled “racism” as he was walked out of court and after being convicted. Richardson was found guilty of eight counts of rape and attempted murder of Trisha Meili and sentenced to five to ten years. Korey Wise was convicted and sentenced to 15 years. Police officers are trained to use their discretion in line with statistics or perceived statistics.
The investigators conducted a mass screen of over 2,000 males around the local area, but the results cam back inconclusive with no matches found. The next attack occurred eight months later on July, 2002 in Ealswood, Surrey. A thirty-year-old women was raped while on a wooden trail (Real Crime). The same day, the rapist raped two women. One woman was a twenty-six-year-old women in Putney Common, London.