Firstly, the doctor only speculated that the Rogers did not give medication to the sickly woman. Also, Justice Wargrave knew little of what went on in the house stating, “[the murder] was impossible to prove, but he was nevertheless quite sure of it in his own mind” (Christie 288). This means the justice decided for the Rogers whether or not this was a crime. He did not have proof of this and the Rogers were never convicted of a crime and, therefore, should not be held accountable for the death. They may have been an influence on the death, but it was never proved.
With the lack of evidence left behind at the crime scene and the lack of technology in the 20s left the case unsolved. The Chicago Police Department was unable to pin the crime on their top suspect Al Capone. Even though Al Capone had a possible motive to kill the seven men there wasn’t enough evidence. Not only was they’re not enough evidence, Al Capone had a solid alibi stating that he was in Florida at the time the murder took place. The bullets were just not enough to pin Al Capones henchman or himself for the murder.
According to an article in USA today, a court must find a person mentally defective to impede them from acquiring a firearm. Moreover, being found mentally unstable in court does not prevent a person from buying a gun privately. Florida also does not require background checks on private gun sales. There are no laws preventing unstable people from gaining access to guns. Not only does the state of Florida not restrict who can buy a gun, but it is illegal for them to keep a database of all the people who own guns, according to USA today.
From the very beginning, this case has not been carried out in an honest manner, and possesses many faults as can be seen in the evidence provided today. The witness testimony not only lacks medical evidence proving that the crime ever happened in the first place, but also lacks logical argument which will no doubt have made you all feel ambiguity about the case. First of all, it is physically impossible for Tom Robinson to have beaten and raped Ms. Mayella. This is due to the fact that from the sheriff’s and Mr. Ewell’s testament, we know that Miss Mayella was beaten mostly on the right side of her body. Since it is much easier for a left handed person to hit another person on their right, we can reach the conclusion that Miss Mayella was most likely beaten by someone left handed.
No one saw Adnan get in Hae 's car. No one in public saw the two together when the prosecution is trying to place them together. The claims aren 't even really contradictory. No one is saying Adnan got in Hae 's car. The only supporting piece to his possible guilt would be that he asked for a ride.
And people who would have come into contact with Adnan that afternoon were not experts in detecting slight changes in Adnan.Jays saying Adana called him to pick him up from best buy and when he got there Adnan was at the phone booth talking, but sarah got blueprints of best buy and they was never one built. Why did jay lie?or if it lack of memory.? Inclusion Adnan couldn't have a motive in killing hae.I believe that Adnan is innocent and didn't kill Hae Min Lee. The true chemistry of Adnan Syed story remains a mystery but the story that was told put Adnan in jail for lack of hard
Has Tutankhamon been murdered? According to Bob Brier he is murdered, although this theory is only based on circumstantial evidence. Examining the cranial X-ray did not show any direct evidence. Tutankhamon’s head trauma cannot be caused by a blow or a fall due to the area where it is located. Since Bob Brier’s investigations more research has been carried out concerning Tutankhamon’s death but no evidence for murder has been found.
During the search they officers did not find the bombing suspect or any illegal betting equipment. Officers did, however, find some pornographic material, and Mapp was arrested, tried, convicted and sentenced for possession of pornographic material. The alleged search warrant was never submitted to evidence or presented at the trial. The case was reviewed by the United States Supreme Court, the questions presented was “Did Ohio law fail to provide Mapp her Fourth Amendment protection against ‘unreasonable search and
MacIntyre without any evidence made Marshall the main suspect and accepted only evidence that supported that theory. MacIntyre also failed to locate the two men Marshall described in his testimony and the police failed to use investigative facilities and services made available by the RCMP. The police failed to record the eyewitness testimonies. Reports were made that provided evidence of Marshall’s innocence but the officer who it was reported to failed to bring it forward to the Crown and defence counsel’s attention. The Crown Prosecutor failed to interview the key eyewitnesses.
He has a very good chance of winning the trial because the prosecution "has not produced…medical evidence…that the crime…took place" (Lee 271). With the overwhelming evidence that the defense has provided the jury has no valid reason to convict Tom Robinson. However, racism directly influences the jury to have bias against him. Another key contributing factor in the
Again, Danforth states that no person other than the accused and the accuser may input evidence on the crime. Thus, no other persons, evidence, or influences, may interfere with the trial. The same does not apply to McCarthyism, when published works, such as The Crucible, were there to make aware of the mass, unrationalized hysteria of the decade. In this there is fault due to there not being any other sources of information. Finally, people are hanged for witchcraft, but not for being a
Defore’s objection did not favor one item over the other. If any of the items were admissible, his objection does not succeed. In this situation it is not necessary to find out whether the items are lawfully owned. There are situations when items, not contraband at all, may be seized and submitted into evidence. In this case, if the coat had been priced fifty-one dollars rather than fifty dollars, it would have been a lawful arrest because the police officer might apprehend the defendant if a felony had been committed and there was a reasonable cause to think that he did it.
Those who believe that O.J. is innocent point out the fact that the murder weapon was never found. They believe that if O.J. had committed the murders, he would have had to take his bloody clothes and murder weapon through airport security and given them to Robert Kardashian knowing that the bodies could have been discovered before he landed and the police could have been waiting for him in Chicago (Dershowitz 135). This would have been too risky, showing that O.J.