Little Red Riding Hood: After the Crimes

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  • Due to your crimes Mr. Wolf, your bail is $100,000. You will be appealed to the higher court. Case dismissed.
  • Little Red Riding Hood called us because she heard suspicious noises inside her grandma's house. As we arrived, the door was left open, there was a broken window, Wolf was wearing Grandma's clothes and had her in his stomach. we made him spit her out right away and arrested him.
  • Wolf, you have been charged with identity theft, breaking and entering, and attempted murder. Do you plea guilty or not guilty?
  • I plea not guilty ma'am. I did not commit those crimes.
  • I have these three photos for evidence: an open door/broken window, wolf hair on grandma's clothes, and wolf spitting grandma out.
  • This wolf has attempted to murder me, tried to steal my identity, and broke into my house.
  • Bail Hearing (General District Court)
  • The Jury and I have made a decision. I'm sorry Wolf but due to the evidence they have recouped, you are guilty with a life jail sentence.
  • Yes ma'am, we'd like to appeal to the Court of Appeals.
  • What? I cannot go to jail! I'm going to appeal to a higher court!
  • Arraignment/Indictment (Circuit Court)
  • Well Wolf, Grandma is correct. You are still sentenced with serving life in jail but you may appeal to a higher court because of your belief in the cops' violation. Case dismissed.
  • The 4th Amendment protects against illegal search and seizure in which the cops did.
  • No they did not! It was not your house, you left the door open, and Little Red could hear noises coming out of my bedroom!
  • Wait! The cops violated the 4th Amendment in the Constitution.
  • What she says is all true. I agree.
  • Trial/Evidence (Circuit Court)
  • Wolf, after reviewing the Circuit Court's verdict, I will uphold their decision. I have determined that you indeed ARE guilty as charged with a life sentence in jail. The cops' did not violate the 4th Amendment. Your felonies are taken very seriously. Case dismissed.
  • Verdict/Appeal (Circuit Court)
  • Verdict/Appeal (Circuit Court)
  • Court of Appeals Verdict
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