Crime What is it good for?. Practical Law . Step #1 and #2. DESCRIBE each of the 5 crimes you have chosen Act as though you are the attorney and I am the jury Where was the crime committed? When was it committed? Why was it committed (motive)? How was the principal actor caught?
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CrimeWhat is it good for?
Westley Allan Dodd
The Beltway Snipers
Westley Allan Dodd
Dodd’s briefcase and his homemade torture rack which was intended for his next victim.
Room where Dodd was hanged on June 5, 1993.
The Beltway Snipers, John Allen Muhammad (right) and Lee Boyd Malvo (left)
Sniping method used by Muhammad and Malvo
Location of the attacks
The rifle used by Muhammad and Malvo
The Great Brinks Robbery
John Orr committed a series of arsons that plagued the Los Angeles area from the 1980s through the 1990s.
Victim: the state of California, costing millions of dollars in damages.
John Orr in the foreground
Accounts of Arson by John Orr
Site of one of Orr’s arson
The crime scene (above) and a newspaper headline (below).
Diagram of the Brinks Robbery
Justice was not served in the case of Jeffrey Epstein. As a sexual crime, especially against underage girls, Epstein should have gotten a longer sentence than 18 months in prison. Also, instead only serving 13 months of his sentence, Epstein should have served his full sentence of 18 months. Fortunately though, the judicial system did require Epstein to register as a sex offender. However, the judicial system needs to be fixed. If it had been, it would have given Epstein a harsher punishment.