anonymous
  • anonymous
Pleaseee help! You are a judge that is trying a murder case. Up until this point there has been only one suspect (Suspect A), but new evidence and information show that more than one person was involved in the murder. The evidence shows that this second suspect (Suspect B) may have been the one to pull the trigger and commit the heinous crime of murder. How does this new evidence affect Suspect A?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The new evidence is considered mitigating circumstances and may reduce the blameworthiness of the Suspect B. The new evidence is considered aggravating circumstances and may increase the blameworthiness of the Suspect A. The new evidence is considered aggravating circumstances and may reduce the blameworthiness of Suspect A. The new evidence is considered mitigating circumstances and may reduce the blameworthiness of the Suspect A.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The fourth one. The new evidence is considered mitigating circumstances and may reduce the blameworthiness of the Suspect A. This is because mitigating circumstances only reduce the severity of the crime.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
can you help me with this one In July of 2004, Sherelee Purnell of Salisbury, Maryland, pulled away from the Tiger Mart gas station without paying for the 2.78 gallons of fuel she pumped into her car. The court decided to give her a(n) _________________ sentence where she was ordered to walk along the street in front of the Tiger Mart gas station wearing a sign that declared the crime she committed.
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem. Aggravating circumstances are the opposite where the severity of the crime is increased due to their factors. This might be assault with a weapon.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah, could you help with that one ? These are the choices indeterminate alternate determinate mandatory
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes just one second.
anonymous
  • anonymous
kay
anonymous
  • anonymous
It would be alternate.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem. Alternate sentence basically means consequences that is not prison.
anonymous
  • anonymous
*are not
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh okay lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you know what constitutional sentencing is ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are there answer choices?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no this is the question , Julia has served one year of her 10-year sentence in prison. She has behaved herself, works at the library, and has not acted out in any way. She is hoping that at her next hearing the judge will reduce her sentence. What type of sentence is Julia hoping the judge will grant her?
anonymous
  • anonymous
and the choices are mandatory sentencing alternative sentencing determinate sentencing constitutional sentencing
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes it is constitutional sentencing as the other ones do not make sense.
anonymous
  • anonymous
That's what i thought. Just wanted to make sure. Thank youu
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem.

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