anonymous
  • anonymous
What role did John Adams play in the Boston Massacre trials? He represented the colonists. He was a member of the jury. He was the judge hearing the case. He represented the British soldiers.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think its D.
GenTorr
  • GenTorr
He was the lawyer representing eight murderers giving them a fair case.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@GenTorr so I'm correct, it's D, right?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Lawyers and judges are different. Lawyers represent the people.
GenTorr
  • GenTorr
sorry my comp is running slow yes you should be right
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  • GenTorr
you know what it might be a

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