Baldwin Lyric Trial Process
Updated: 3/31/2020
Baldwin Lyric Trial Process
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  • STEP ONE
  • you guys will need to decide whether the defendant is innocent or guilty of this murder
  • STEP TWO
  • And i am here to prove why he is guilty through liable evidence
  • Good afternoon Judge and my esteem members of the Jury I Mr.Lawyer Man am here to prove that my client Mr. may or may not be guilty man is innocent
  • STEP THREE
  • My client has no criminal history so what would be his motive he didn't have one because he did commit this murder my client loved his wife and would never kill her they were planning to have a family together the description of the man at the scene was very vague although he didn't give an alibi as to where he was doesn't mean that he commited the murder also the cleaning supply smell came from him cleaning his trunk and his DNA was at the scene because he rushed over as soon as he could and touched the victim
  • This man here was out the same time as the murder and we used a triangular tracking technique that pings the three nearest cellphone towers he used and it happens to be that those three towers are in the same vicinity as the site the murder took place is trunk also smelled heavily of cleaning products indicating that he was trying to get rid of something and he dna was a match to the DNA found at the scene
  • In conclusion he is not guilty because you evidence is not liable and because i said so
  • The jury is told what they need to do
  • STEP FOUR
  • To sum everything up you client is guilty because all signs point to him the victims family said that he was abusive and that brought him to kill he had anger issues and he just lost it his DNA was at the scene and the cleaning supplies is a recipe for a murder
  • Prosecution and defense present their opening statements
  • STEP FIVE
  • the evidence was so strong his dna was there plus the anger issues its clear
  • Evidence presented by both sides
  • STEP SIX
  • HE IS GUILTY
  • Closing statment is given
  • Jury deliberates
  • Jury gives their verdict
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