Levi F.
Levi F. answered Anonymous' question

Sounds more to me like someone who decided ending their worthless life wasn't enough; they had to make sure other people suffered too so they could leave an imprint on the world before leaving it.

"Terrorism" usually implies some kind of ideological motivation, but so far, none has surfaced in this case. And that's what … Read more

Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered Anonymous' question

Unfortunately, we live in an instant world of 140 character tweets, how many likes can a photo generate, where someone taking a knee garners world-wide attention and disrespect and intolerance is now the norm. If you dis me, it seems it's my right not to talk it through with that person, but to take a … Read more

Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren answered

That is what cross examination is for . . .

You can cast doubt on the defendants general character by giving them a series of questions while the jury gauges responses during a cross examination.

This is where the Prosecution chips away at the credibility of this particular witness.

Yin And Yang
Yin And Yang answered

It's he said she said stuff if you get into that however if I am a juror and the defendant is being accused of a burglary then yah I'd probably like to know that said defendant was accused of robbing someone in the past...... It gives a background. If said defendant was say a family … Read more

Falynne knight
Falynne knight answered

If you've been falsely accused of domestic violence the first thing you should do is consult with an attorney to discuss your options and how to proceed with a case. According to a defense attorney in Rhode Island, your attorney will firstly speak with any and all witnesses as well as … Read more

HappyTo BeHereTo
HappyTo BeHereTo answered

Benjamin Barker, a.k.a. Sweeney Todd, was framed by Judge Turpin.  Turpin wanted his wife.  The crime was never specifically named in the story.  It was just referred to as a "crime of foolishness."  He was sentenced to life, but escaped after 15 years.  (I may have the years wrong.  I'm too lazy to Google it.)