Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez proclaimed that a Gravesend man has been charged on murder and other charges. This is after the New York City Medical Examiner revealed that the beating caused the death of his girlfriends 3-year-old-son Jaden Jorden. Earlier in December he was charged with assault.
Andre Hatchett is one among the many that have been wrongfully convicted and served several years for a crime that he didn’t commit. Hatchett spent most of his life in prison for a murder he did not commit, which was due to inadequate evidence that the defense did not know about. It started with Neda Mae Carter, who was found brutality beaten and found dead on February 18, 1991, in Bedford- Stuyvesant. Earlier that evening Hatchett was with Carter, who he visited almost every day due to his aunt living in the same house. When it came to questioning Hatchett was very cooperative with police, he provided an alibi for police and then was able to leave. At the time of the crime Hatchett was 24 and has special needs and was also had a cast on his leg.
The shooting occurred at the Fruitvale train station on January 1st, 2009. At the station, a fight broke out in one of the trains and when the train stopped the fight started again outside of the train at one of the stops. While they were fighting on the train the BART officers were called. The officers came and arrested everyone that was in the fight. A guy named Oscar Grant was in the fight and was also arrested (Meyer). While Grant was being arrested by Officer Mehserle, he resisted the officer’s attempts. Since Grant was resisting he was pushed onto the ground on his stomach to be handcuffed. Johannes Mehserle was having trouble handcuffing Grant so the other BART officers helped him. When Grant was on the ground Mehserle was going to tase him since he would not stop resisting. When Mehserle thought he pulled out his TASER, he instead pulled out his gun. Mehserle accidentally shot Grant with his gun since he thought he pulled out his TASER (Bulwa).
Vanessa Vermont, a gorgeous woman found dead in her own kitchen, laying on the floor with a fatal head wound on the back of her head. Just recently she bought a new broiler and need and outlet over her kitchen counter, something her husband could do. And it is right where she was murdered. There is also a woman’s briefcase on the floor near the kitchen. Which means Mrs. Vermont was leaving, which in turn could’ve enraged the husband.
On January 31, 2013, while walking to the courthouse in Kaufman County, Texas, Mark Hasse was shot and killed. Two months later, on the Saturday before Easter 2013, Mike and Cynthia McLelland were murdered in their home. Medical examiners testified that Mike and Cynthia were each shot numerous times (“Eric Williams Murder Trial Begins in Rockwall”). Prosecutors said the couple died in a “torrent of lead” (“Eric Williams Found Guilty in Kaufman Co. Murder Trial”).
Despite this evidence, Jodi denied murdering Travis; however, she admitted to being present at his residence the day of the murder. When she was questioned the first time, she stated to detectives that Travis was attacked by masked men as she looked on from a distance. As the trial began, Jodi offered a second defense, stating to the court that she killed Travis, but acted in self-defense after repeated abuse by the victim (Owens, 2013). The trial of Jodi Arias is still active and the prosecution is seeking the death penalty due to the heinous nature of the crime.
Local Attorney Thompson said, "This person chose to consistently shoot a former blossom friend, at the same time the victim lay down helpless on the surface, for no reason, going out of him with everlasting accidents. The verdict imposed reflects the significance of the crime. "
The District Attorney said " A baseball cap that was dear to the son created a whole lot of events that ended up with his father being gunned down in front of him outside the elementary school play ground. This was a dastardly and sinister act which the the accused will now answer to.
Facts: Mickens (respondent) was indicted the planned homicide of Lobby, and he was sentenced to death. After five years he recorded a request for a writ of habeas corpus. In the writ he asserted that he had been denied of successful help of insight since one of his court-selected lawyers had an irreconcilable circumstance, to be specific, his lead trial lawyer Saunders had spoken to Lobby at the season of the homicide. Three weeks after Saunders had met with Corridor, who was then killed, Saunders was selected as advice for Mickens. Saunders did not tell Mickens that he had spoken to Lobby, but rather Mickens found out about the past representation when an assistant
A San Antonio, Texas man, Gilbert Flores was fatally shot by police officers while he appeared to be surrendering with his arms in the air. The officers are now on administrated leave and being questioned why none of the officers administered first aid after the shooting. Sheriff Susan L. Pamerleau was asked what she thought of the conduct of her officers and stated that it was “certainly
Constructive intent was present in this situation. The shooter may not have intended to harm the individual that he believed to be suspicious, but he should have know that approaching someone could create a high risk of harm. The shooter’s culpability was that he approached