The mangled skulls of Mr. and Mrs. Borden were unveiled in the courtroom as evidence, thus causing such a shock that Lizzie fainted at the sight of them. Lizzie never took the stand during her trial. No evidence could directly link Lizzie to the murders. On June 20, 1893, after only an hour and a half of consideration, the jury decided Lizzie Borden was not guilty. She was therefore acquitted of the crimes.
Lizzie along with Bridget Sullivan where in the house, Bridget along with John did not get questioned. According to article #3 14 reasons to believe Lizzie murdered her parents suggests that “ It looked like an inside job. Police found no signs of forced entry into the Borden home.” Even though this article is why she did murder her parents it provides some very important facts. There was no sign of forced entry that means some inside could have done it, so who was also in the house, Bridget. Guess what Bridget was not questioned.
Brittany Davis Tara Blaser Composition II 2 November 2015 Death Sentence: The Jodi Arias Case In June of 2008, the investigation of the murder of Travis Alexander began. Jodi Arias, the deceased’s ex-girlfriend, was charged with first-degree murder and ultimately found guilty of the crime. After the second and final jury trial, Arias was sentenced to life in prison without parole. (Kiefer) Sparks flew after pertinent information, previously withheld, became public. Police research uncovered Jodi’s timeline during the events and revealed the suspect measures taken by Ms. Arias after the crime, all of which prove definitively that she deserves life in prison.
So therefore her defense attorney had a doctor, by the name of Bettye Back, twice hypnotize Vickie Rock to allow her to remember fully what happened the night she killed her husband. During her hypnotic sessions she was unable to remember details of what happened at the time of killing her husband. After her two hypnosis sessions were over she was able to remember distinct details about what had apparently happened during the shooting of Frank Rock, her husband. The prosecutor heard about how the defendant was under a hypnotic state when she was giving her recorded testimony. He ordered a petition to exclude the testimony due to the evidence being inadmissible.
“you can tell me to sit in a field of poisonous snakes” act 4 scene 1 line 71. This shows that Juliet was so scared that she decided she would do anything rather than go through he parents wrath. She feared her parents letting go of her or disowning her. ¨three times now riots have broken out in this city all casual word from you old Capulet and Montague¨act 1 scene 1 line 86. This shows that they fought constantly and made the two scared that their parents would only get more mad.
In a hollow smug hallway, Harper’s life changed in those two horrific minutes. She used all her force and power to escape, but he had a stronger grip. She yells, “STO…” but doesn’t get the chance to complete the word with her body in shock and pain till she passes out. She tried to comprehend what happened and why he attacked her, till the nurse comes back after getting the whole story to tell her she should keep this attack quiet. Harper was an enlisted member in the military and is one in a million of service members who get sexually assaulted and harassed in the military.
Yimaj Sherif ENG 1520 Dr. James 20 July 2015 Arresting DNA June 25, 1999 Roger E Carlson sexually assaulted a woman at gunpoint, raping her multiple times; the woman was taken to a hospital where a swab of semen was extracted from her. The woman suffered a traumatic experience and was forced to live with her rapist being out in the world free. It wasn’t until October of 2013 when the sample of DNA that was taken had a match. When Carlson was arrested, a second sample was to be tested to validate the first sample. According to the Indiana state forensic laboratory “in the absence of an identical twin, Roger E. Carlson is the source of the DNA profiles to a reasonable degree of scientific certainty.” When crimes are committed there leaves
The court date was set, and Diane had to appear as the victim of the crime. She was represented by the District Attorney in Wilkes County and the defendants attorney cross examined her when it was his turn. In his questioning of her about the events of the day she was attacked, he ask questions about what she was wearing and implied that she had in some way provoked Mr. Miller to flirt with her, leaving him angry and full of rage. Mr. Miller was released on an insanity plea and placed on probation. The trauma of the crime and the insinuation that she had asked for the attack, deeply discouraged Diane leaving her with a sense of disappointment in the Justice System and a drive to pursue her education in criminal justice hoping to make a difference.
Relationships in which there is not mutual respect are destined to fail. Relationships in which one person’s autonomy is not valued are destructive. For example, when Dana travels back to the Antebellum South for the fourth time, she finds Rufus being beaten by a man as a woman watches from a distance, wearing a torn dress. Dana learns that the woman is Alice, and the man beating Rufus is Isaac, Alice’s husband. She convinces them to leave, and when nursing Rufus back to consciousness, learns that Rufus was beaten because he tried to rape Alice after she refused to marry him.
He rapes her and promises to marry her in order “to save her reputation” (Guerrilla Girls). During her time, women are criticized for having sex before marriage and when a woman is raped the only way for them to avoid the shame is by marrying their rapist. Artemisia believes his promise of marriage so they continue their relationship. Then, Agostino Tassi reneged on his promise of marriage and Artemisia Gentileschi’s father filed a lawsuit against him followed by a publicized “seven-month trial” that ruined her reputation (Garrard 20). Agostino Tassi denies everything and accuses Artemisia Gentileschi of having intercourse with his friend.
Roach and her then partner were disturbed robbing a Mordialloc milk bar at 3.45am. They stashed stolen goods in the boot of her partner 's car and fled, with Roach as driver, at speeds of up to 130 km/h. Neither was licensed. Roach later said that she had wanted to pull over as soon as she saw police in pursuit but did not do so because the man with her threatened to kill her. He kept urging her to drive faster.