The jury convicted Tom Robinson because he was colored and back then white people believed they had to stick together against the colored people. This shows that based on the evidence Tom Robinson was only convicted because of his skin color. Based on all the information provided at the trial of Tom Robinson the jury should have found him not guilty. But in the south, white people were racist towards people of color. As a result of this Tom Robinson was found guilty with no evidence to prove that he was.
The prosecution failed miserably. Unfortunately in the Casey Anthony’s case there was a lot that could have been different or done better. The biggest problem that the prosecutors faced was lack of evidence especially lack of evidence in the cause of death of Caylee. Don’t get me wrong, the prosecution had evidence but all the evidence they had, was circumstantial. The prosecution for the Zimmerman case had the same problem with the evidence that they had.
Quinn inquiries about the condition of Peter Stillman but Auster had not heard of anyone knowing about the condition of him. Professor Stillman's condition was one of the only things in this novel that was resolved and much more had remained unresolved. "City of Glass" leaves most of the questions asked during the novel unanswered. We never learn what happens to Peter and Virginia Stillman after they picked up and left their apartment. Quinn becomes obsessed with watching their apartment but yet there is no sighting of the Stillmans.
His innocence has not been captured due to missing alibis and perspectives the State is reluctant to hear, inconsistencies in Jay’s story, and biases in the law enforcement. Body Paragraph 1 Topic Sentence: The unheard alibis and perspectives of former students from Woodlawn High
Because the jury did not favor black men, Tom Robinson did not receive a fair trial, although Atticus made a great case. Segregation directly disobeys the fourteenth amendment, “No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States.” Maycomb Alabama is where the story, To Kill a Mockingbird takes place. Tom Robinson’s trial out come was not based on factual evidence. Mayella was lying to the jury, while Tom was completely innocent. He could not have done everything that Mayella said he did, due to the fact that he one has one working arm.
Harry Howard Holmes should not be classified as a psychopath, regardless of the fact he killed people and was arrested for insurance fraud. However, there are many other reason to why he is absolutely a psychopath. Even though he finished medical school, did not keep trophies from his past murders, and confessed to his crimes, Holmes is a psychopathic murderer. Money is the biggest reason to all of his crimes that lead to him eventually being diagnosed with a Psychopathic disorder. Holmes is not a psychopath.
This quote relates to morality because it portrays how society was like several years ago. Morality is the ability to decipher what’s right and wrong to establish the truth. For instance, racism took a huge part in the county as many white citizens bestride over the negroes to show power. During the case with Tom Robinson, Atticus was able to provide substantial evidence to prove that Tom Robinson was not guilty regardless of what the other witnesses had said. However, since the jury consisted primarily of white race, the final verdict was announced as guilty.
Some of the differences include: i. The Omission by John of Material Found In the Synoptic. The gospel of John does not reflect some important episode of Jesus’ ministry mentioned in synoptic gospels. They include Jesus’ transfiguration, the institution of the Lord’s Supper and the temptation of Jesus (Luke 4:1-13). Similarly, there is no mention of any instance of Jesus casting out demons while the Lord 's sermon on the mountain is also not mentioned.
From what the film shows, there were no witnesses so the officers had no basis of arresting Oscar and his friends. They definitely did not have a reason to brutally arrest them and proceed to draw weapons. It was definitely a classic case of prejudgment, racism and law enforcements power
Conspiracies began taking shape as soon as the trials started, most were presented with a lack of definite proof. A careful look at the facts known about King’s assassination would lead one to know that Martin Luther King’s assassination was not a conspiracy, it was the work of the criminal James Earl Ray. Although in the end, some may believe that James Earl Ray is innocent or that one of the conspiracies are true, this overlooks the hard facts brought up in the investigations. The lack of definitive proof or witnesses and the changing statements of the people involved leads to an unsure conclusion. The various conspiracies may hold some relevance, however, each conspiracy shows weak points that removes it from the list of plausible theories.