Discuss the case as if you are part of the prosecuting team in State v. Stu Dents to develop your argument.
Write a 600-word paper that details the team’s argument.
List the elements of each crime and facts that establish each element.
Provide a specific law for each charge. List the state where the law is effective. Each team member’s state needs to be represented.
Include the state where your case would be the strongest.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
This week our paper is all about from the prosecution’s view.
We could argue that the defendant had a key to Uma Opee’s apartment and that is why there were no signs of forced entry. Also, the DNA evidence under the victims fingernails matched Stu Dents, which indicates he may have been the last person to see Uma and there was a struggle. The defendants journal can also be used to indicate he had obsessive tendencies toward the victim as well as the over 300 photographs he had of her in his apartment.