What's going on in there, I wonder? And where's all that shouting coming from?
Someone was attacked, I think!
Wolf hair, slobber everywhere, and that old person's clothes covered in it...It all adds up!
Stop standing around and HELP ME!!!
You're out now, but not for long!
After hearing screaming and shouting, a police officer rushed towards the scene just in time. Apparently, an old woman and her granddaughter had been attacked by a wolf.
How do you plea against the crime of second degree murder?
Wolf fur scattered all over the place, um...spit collected from an old woman... (what is this evidence?!)
So, the police officer searched the area for evidence and found several things that pointed to the fact that the wolf had committed Identity theft and Attempted murder.
The wolf was then arrested and taken to jail, but was released on bail afterwards.
You are guilty! And you will be sentenced to life in prison.
The wolf was arraigned and entered a plea of 'not guilty'.
The trial was then conducted at a circuit court a few days later. The prosecutor brought forth the evidence and a few witnesses.
Yes! And with my ears, I heard everything. And I saw him going into the house from the woods. (You should've given me that cheeseburger, Wolf!)
The verdict was given. The Wolf was guilty! But he decided to appeal it, remembering that he was never told his Miranda Rights! He then went to the Supreme Court, and they decided to uphold the circuit court's ruling.