The criminal case I have selected for this assignment is on Justin Morton; who at the age of fourteen years old Morton was the first youth convicted of first-degree murder section 231 CC. Although, The report show that the young man was raised in a healthy and supportive home with his mother and father. In spite of this, Justin expresses to his psychiatrist his impulse and desire for inflicting pain on others; he claims to have no remorse for the murder of Eric Levrack. Not to mention, He also voiced to former classmates that "Eric was annoying, always invading his space. "As a matter of fact, after the killing on April 1, 2003, Morton had turned himself in, he described the event as an open game of trust just before he strangled Eric with a belt.
State vs. Mayfield Trial On December 27th, 1989, State Police Officer Edward Mayfield pulled over Donna Nugent to a shady area where he strangled her and threw her body off of a bridge. We don’t know why he pulled her over. He then proceeded to strangle her with a rope. I believe State Police Officer Edward Mayfield is guilty of murder in the first degree because he had and hid the murder weapon, pulling over specifically blonde women, and he changed the activity log.
Just a few days ago Robert “Bob” Sheldon, 18, was pronounced dead at the local park fountain in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The police investigated the crime scene and concluded the cause of death was stab wounds in the abdomen. We can determine Bob and his friend David attempted murder on Ponyboy Curtis, 14, and Johnny Cade, 16. Ponyboy and Johnny have now been confirmed suspects in the case.
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.
Casey Anthony Trial Casey Anthony, who is now Twenty-Eight years old, was accused of murdering her two year old daughter, Caylee Anthony around June 2008. In 2011 the mother was acquitted of the charges of murdering her daughter. While researching for information on the case, I found that the young child had been missing for nearly a month before the mother had mentioned anything about her daughter missing. Casey’s mother, Cindy Anthony, called into the police the disappearance of her granddaughter, after Casey had made up several lies about where Caylee could possibly be. In this paper it will discuss the trial thoroughly from the lies, the evidence, and the verdict with more information from the trial.
On the 9th of October, Robert Sheldon was found lying on the tainted red grass of Oak Park. The park was described to be “about two blocks square, with a fountain in the middle and a small swimming pool for little kids.” Police investigators ran through a body analysis showing Sheldon was stabbed by a switchblade around two-thirty in the morning. Hours later after the body was found, police went around asking Sheldon’s family and friends. Three kids, who are witnesses say Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny Cade were responsible.
Shockingly, as the top headline of the news spread worldwide, the world came in silence when Caylee’s skeletal remains were found on December 11, 2008 that were found with a blanket inside of a trash bag in a wooded area near the family home (Death of Caylee Anthony”). After recovering all of Caylee’s remains, investigators gave reports and a trial testimony explaining the duct tape that was found at the front of the skull and on the mouth of the skull. During the trial, the medical examiner explained that the duct tape was the main reason as to why Caylee’s murder was ruled as a homicide. The court trial lasted six weeks from May to July of 2011, the investigation and testimonies was a very important role in this case. Of course, the prosecution sought the death penalty since Casey murdered her daughter by administering chloroform and applying duct tape to her mouth and head.
Katherine Knight 1 OVERVIEW OF THE CRIME On February 29th of 2000, after finally getting fed up with the constant assaults he endured from his partner; Katherine Knight, John price went to the Scone Magistrates court to take out an apprehended violence order (AVO) against Katherine, in a hope to keep her away from his kids and himself once and for all. Later that night, an unknowing Katherine Knight turned up to John Price’s house and they went on to have sexual intercourse. After this, Knight stabbed Price in his sleep, resulting in Price attempting to run away down the hall, this, however was an unsuccessful attempt and knight ended up stabbing him at-least a further 36 times.
Good morning Ashley, Brandy M Pogue mail has a labile from the post office that states, “moved left no address unable to forward returned to sender” ER Centers of America, Jon C Dell’Antonia, Ossie L Williams all have been shredded. I notice the customer’s name highlighted statements cut on 08/20/16 so I should be receiving these soon, I will let you know what the labile says.
Although the Diane Downs case involved a murder many mothers have chosen their romantic interest over their children. Many women who choose to neglect their children for men usually live in poor conditions such as when a single mother can’t provide for her family she will find a man who can take care of business within the household, usually when single mothers find men to take care of their families the men tend to be abusive and sometimes sexual to children. A mother’s neglect and unwilling to put the needs of her children before her own can turn into a vicious cycle of abuse and substance abuse to forget what the last family line did to them in the past. Male and female children handle neglect and violence in different ways, female children
Ali is a thirteen year old girl who finds an odd photograph in the attic. Ali knows that the two girls in the photo are her mom and her Aunt claire. But who 's the third girl in the photo and why is she ripped out of the picture? Ali, Dulcie and her four-year-old daughter, Emma were planning to go on vacation to the cottage that Ali 's mom and Dulcie went to in the summer. Dulcie and Ali’s mom hadn 't been there since they were kids.
I vividly recall my mother’s astonishment that I, as a 10 year-old, would be glued to the television set. The Casey Anthony case was aired for years, I was fascinated by how the law worked and the new facts that were discovered that threw the case to one side or another; I felt connected to this case because it was in my home state. My mom never grows tired of telling this story, and with every year passing I know she becomes more and more proud of the little girl who admired the men in blue suits on the screen and decided then she wanted to be a lawyer. I remember watching my mom gaze at me with an amazed look in her eye that I have now grown so fond of.
Reasoning • Kailyn Montgomery, a minor died due to child abuse. • The medical examiner proved the child abuse by the internal bleeding and injuries. Holding The Supreme Court of Minnesota holds that the evidence was sufficient and agreed with the jury’s verdict.
On the night of January 20th, 1998 in Escondido, California, the lives of the family of 12 year old Stephanie Crowe were turned upside down. Stephanie’s body was discovered lifeless on her bedroom floor by her parents and grandmother. Stephanie had been stabbed 9 times, and there was no sign of forced entry into the house. The young girl’s window was unlocked that night but there was a screen in place and there was no evidence showing there was an entry through the window. The sliding glass door in the parent’s, Steve and Cheryl Crowe, room was also unlocked but they claimed they would’ve heard if someone had came through the door because of the blinds on the door.
Therefore, when a person argues that a juvenile was not aware of their crime is a discrediting claim. In 1990 in the city of Chicago, a couple expecting their first child were murdered in cold blood in the hands of a juvenile teen. The teen shot both the husband and the wife who pleaded for their lives and the life of their unborn child. Author of “Juvenile Justice Information Exchange”, Jennifer Jenkins states, “He reported to a friend, who testified at his trial, about his ‘thrill kill’ that he just wanted to ‘see what it would feel like to shoot someone’”. This killer was aware of his crime and was aware of who his victims were due to planning the murders months before.