Trials and verdicts

After entering the guilty plea, he then rejected the offer after his lawyer told him that the prosecution would be unable to establish intent to ruder because the victim had been shot below the waist. Criminal court was the best court to handle this case because it was involving a harmful act upon another human being. Another case was the Lament Armstrong story. He was convicted of murdering an N. C A&T University professor. He did take it to trial and sadly the verdict was that he was found guilty and was given a life sentence without the chance of parole.

Another police officer took over the case and looked farther into the investigation. He learned March, 18, 2012 that the murder case against him would be dismissed. It goes to show you hat the law Enforcement made a mistake, and they needed to look more into the suspects when interviewing them, get hard evidence, and possibly DNA. Even though that man wasn’t guilty he was still accused and charged. I’m sure when he goes places or tries to get a job people think juice that kind of slandered his name.

The third case is a hall of fame, former NFG player who was a teammate for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders. He was arrested for physically abusing a woman he was dating at the time. He allegedly assaulted her in a hotel room they were staying at. There were no twenties to this woman’s accusations. Due to this incident he was actually pulled from covering the 2010 Super bowl SLIM. The woman ended up dropping all the charges. Another case that was reading about is the Hialeah Cummings story.

In this case it was said that a five year old little girl in Florida was taken from her home in the middle of the night while she was being looked after by her step mother while her father worked. Her step mother and her biological father were said to be the main suspects. They do believe that there is evidence of her being sexually abused. The step mother and her ether were charged, a later dropped. The investigation is still ongoing. They have no arrests in this case at this time.