Lady Macbeth To Blame For Killing Duncan

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Your honour members of the jury, I am Macbeth’s attorney and today we are here to prove his innocence and that when he killed Duncan it was because of pressure. He has been claimed of treason by the death of King Duncan. The case we have here is that is Macbeth innocent for the murder of Duncan and is he really to blame for the death? My client, Macbeth has been charged with first degree murder in the death of King Duncan recently. We will present evidence to you that it was not his intention to kill Duncan but that he was forced to. First we will start off with the good qualities that Macbeth has, fo \ r example he is a Kind and noble gentleman; on the stand we have Ross, another Thane who accounts for these specific words claimed by the king who himself said ‘What he hath lost, noble Macbeth hath won.’ Macbeth is the noble soldier who saved us all and fought for what was right so how could’ve …show more content…

Ha: they pluck out mine eyes. Will all Neptune’s ocean wash this blood Clean from my hand? No: this my hand will rather The multitudinous seas incarnadine, Making the green one red’ Macbeth was admitting that what he did would never leave him and now he knew it was wrong but Lady Macbeth replied to Macbeth telling him that her hands had blood on them too but she did not care and she was not affected by Macbeth killing Duncan. Lady Macbeth also admitted to manipulating Macbeth into Killing Duncan and on the stand we have a servant who heard this being said by Lady Macbeth ‘Hie thee hither, That I may pour my spirits in thine ear And chastise with the Valour of my tongue’ She rained the evil spirits on Macbeth and she wanted to manipulate him which she succeeded in doing because Duncan is now dead. Lady Macbeth knew that Macbeth’s soul was kind and noble and it was her goal to make sure it was turned evil and this is proved because she was overheard saying ‘What thou art promised; yet I do fear thy nature, It is too full o’th’ milk of human

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