Judge Laura Turlip 400 Church St. 2nd Floor, Archbald, Pa. 18403 (570) 876-0570 was advised of the identity of Investigator Sean P. Brennan and of the confidential nature and purpose of the interview, Turlip, provided the following information: Turlip worked as in private practice from 2000 until 2005 when she ran for judge. She took office in January 2006 and was reelected in 2012 and her term run until 2018. Turlip recalled the Donna Smargiassi case. She knew Donna and her sister and parents from the area just like she knows Lili Vioncek-Clark and her family. Clark and Turlip have been friends for approximately 5 years.
On November 19, 1898, Ariel Tritondatter was arrested on the felony charges of first- degree murder and breaking & entering. An arraignment was later held on November 22, 1898, which Ariel Tritondatter was informed about the charges she was faced with. Additionally, Ariel Tritondatter soon entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity Ariel Tritondatter’s criminal trial was set in the Circuit Court with both a jury and a judge called “Syed Ahmed Khan”. The defendant, Ariel Tritondatter, almost didn’t converse throughout the trial, but soon she took a stand to defend herself.
Len Brenden’s attorney doesn’t try and help Brenden at all throughout the case because he believes Brenden is innocent. On May 12th they denied Brenden’s statement because it was not good enough. They questioned Brenden without an attorney and it was probably the worst thing they have ever done to him. They tell Brenden they don’t want any more lies that they wanted nothing but the truth. They ask him “would you ever do this again” Brenden’s response was no because I didn’t do it in the first place.
Good afternoon. My name is Jacob Abuelhawa and I am the defense attorney for Abby Lee Miller. In the case that the prosecutor has presented to you, there is insufficient evidence to prove guilt. Members of the jury, as many of you may know, Abby Lee Miller has starred on a reality show called Dance Moms for the past 7 years.
Guilty or not we see multiple people at the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in the “Ending Happy.” Lorenzo ‘Happy’ Morales, the victim, was a middleweight boxer who had rough times and now fallen all the way down ending up at Binky’s Sugar Cane Ranch. Where there were multiple conditions contributing but not related to the immediate cause of the dead of Morales, some including contusion, BFT-crowbar, trachea punctures, crossbow, anaphylaxis, shellfish, urethra – P.O.E. and genitals distended. Yet not the cause of Morales death, there are still people to prosecute for the attempting murder. As the evidence reveals that Connor Foster and Dreama are found equally guilty for attempting murder and that my clients; Doris and George Babinkian are not
Innocent until proven guilty is a phrase the United States justice system says we abide by but in many cases this seems to falter from true. Due to various factors such as tunnel vision, faulty forensics, false confessions, improper identification, missing evidence and the list could go on; all of these reasons can lead to a biased trial and ultimately lead to a wrongful conviction. Julie Rea was a single mom convicted of the murder of her ten year old son Joel Kirkpatrick on October 13th, 1997. This twenty-eight year old mom and her son lived in a rural area in Lawrence, Illinois that was referred to as a quaint little town that very rarely saw any crime so when the news of sweet little Joel Kirkpatrick being murdered got out it sent the
In Susan Griffin’s “Our Secret,” Griffin seems to be trying to give answer to the reasons as to why people, such as herself, grow up into their characters and what past experiences influence the behaviors they exhibit. Her focus seem to be towards the reasons for why people do the negative things. She also continues to explain how everyone contains a secret of their own and that these secrets are commonly masked by a facade and that the way these secrets may be expressed differ from person to person. In attempt to help the readers understand how our past has a huge impact on our future Himmler’s childhood is used as an example. She claims that the current state of everything in existence may have been influence or predestined by the occurrence
Christina Guttieriez, his defense attorney, failed to provide a coherent trial for Adnan, and didn’t prove much to the jurors. In the court trial she talked extremely slow and kind of in an obnoxious way to where no point was made. She just talked and talked but never got to the point or conclusion. She failed to use Asia Mcclain’s allibi, which she claims that she saw Adnan at the library at the time of the murder. She even backs up her evidence and says “my boyfriend and his best friend remember seeing you there too, (exhibit 2)1”
“If you carry your childhood with you, you never become old” (Stoppard). Susan was born in Springfield, Illinois, on October 13, 1862. She was known as Susan by many, but her real name was Sue C., later changed to Sue Caroline, and nicknamed Susie. Her parents names were Rehuna Lawrence (R.D.) and Mary Lawrence (Volkmann 1). She was an only child.
After a twelve-hour interrogation, Brenton Butler confessed to the murder of Mary Ann Stephens. A key claim made by the defense attorneys in this case was that this was a false confession, and after reaching a verdict of not guilty, the jury clearly agreed. The factors that led the false confession were laid out in a scene during the documentary. Instead of using the interview to discover the truth, the interrogators specifically sought out a confession from the suspect. They began the interrogation with the presumption that Brenton Butler was guilty.
He says the defendant accused of murder was let off and “eight years later they found out that he’d actually done it, anyway” (12). Prejudice clouds a person’s judgement and does not allow the individual to see all the facts. It only allows them to
(Roach, 83). As previously mentioned, the mental element can’t be proven beyond a reasonable doubt, thus making Mr. Schoenborn a morally innocent person. Any other verdict would have violated this principle on which the legal administration is founded on