The Big Bad Wolf on Trial


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  • You have the right to remain silent...
  • Mr. Wolf, you are charged with 2 cases of MDOP and 2 cases of 1st-degree murder by the State of Virginia.
  • Mr. Wolf, your trial will take place 2 weeks from this day and will be judged by the VA Circuit Court.
  • The Big Bad Wolf was arrested for committing 4 felonies. The felonies include the murder of 2 pigs and destroying their properties. He is given a lawyer and is read his rights.
  • This here is wolf fur found at the scene of the crime.
  • At the bail hearing, the judge calls the Big Bad Wolf to court on the charge of committing 4 felonies. After the Big Bad Wolf's arraignment, the judge sets his court date and does not offer the option of bail.
  • Since the wolf fur could be anyone's, Mr. Wolf is still not proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
  • I see...
  • The judge also asks the Big Bad Wolf for identification, which he provides. The judge decides that since the Big Bad Wolf isn't a juvenile, his criminal case will go to the VA Ciruit Court.
  • I now present DNA tests of the wolf hair and a witness.
  • Mr. Wolf I declare you guilty of 4 felonies.
  • The Big Bad Wolf hires a lawyer to represent his side in court. The prosecutor presents his first piece of evidence, wolf hair found at the site of the crime.
  • The Big Bad Wolf's lawyer argues that it could be any wolf's hair, not just the Big Bad Wolf's.
  • The verdict is sealed however, when the 3rd pig is brought as witness AND when DNA tests are presented to show that the wolf hair found at the site of the crime was the Big Bad Wolf's.
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