UNITED STATES and ALSACE (USA). Amazing contributions…. 19 October 1781 . The British forces surrender to Georges Washington after 400 men of The Regiment Royal de Strasburg stormed redoubt 9 and the last British defenses. Cornwallis surrender to Washington. From Amerigo… to America .By tahlia
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Defenses. Those who are accused are not required to present a defense. They can simply force the government to prove its case. DNA Evidence. A “fairly” recent scientific development that can help prove a defendant is guilty. No Crime.
Defenses. Intro IP – Prof Merges 4.2.09. Agenda. Genericide Functionality Abandonment Parody/Nominative Use.
Defenses. Who’s Job? . Prosecution has burden of proof to show defendant is guilty Defendant has the right to present a defense, but is not forced to . No Crime/Alibi. Alibi: evidence D was somewhere else when crime was committed DNA: recently used to exonerate wrongful convictions
Defenses. Alibi Self-Defense Legal Duty Excusable Conduct Mental Disorder Intoxication Automatism Consent Entrapment Mistake of Fact Double Jeopardy. 1- Prove the accused is not guilty 2- Convict of a lesser offense. Alibi The best possible defense.
Defenses. Chapter 11 Street Law Text pp. 126-132. Beyond a Reasonable Doubt… There must be a conviction by the state [prosecutor] proving that a person is guilty of a crime. You are “innocent until PROVEN guilty”. Of course we also know you can PLEAD guilty or no-contest.
Defenses. Alibi Self-Defense Legal Duty Excusable Conduct Mental Disorder Intoxication Automatism Consent Entrapment Mistake of Fact Double Jeopardy. 1- Prove the accused is not guilty 2- Convict of a lesser offense. The best possible defense.
Defenses. Obj : Understand the role of defenses in criminal law. Defenses. To be found guilty of a crime the prosecution must prove Beyond a Reasonable Doubt that the defendant committed the crime. Prosecutor must prove all elements of the crime and the state of mind.
defenses. Chapter 11. Conviction. In a criminal case, prosecutor must establish beyond a reasonable doubt that defendant committed the act with intent. Defendant not required to present a defense Defendant can force the government to prove its case Only a number of defenses are available.