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Speech III: Informative Outline Mark X September 20, 2007 Term Topic Question : Should there be a Statute of Limitations for felony crimes? I. Introduction A. Attention-Gaining Strategy: *Tobin Mayfield —delivery of cocaine *Edward L. Medley —aggravated assault *Kenneth Miller —credit card abuse *Paul Anthony Moore — felony theft These are just some of the charges that were dismissed this month in the Philadelphia criminal court system due to failure to make an arrest within the time allowed by the current set forth statues of limitation. B. Need to Listen/Importance to Audience : Questions that come into play when debating the current public policy on criminal statutes of limitations include 1)should people be given a so called “free ride” for escaping penalization by the law for a duration of time following their crimes? And 2) Is it ethical to put people on trial for crimes of war that occurred half a century ago? C. Credibility: After reading through many legal journals and articles written concerning the current public policy on the statutes of limitation, I have found information which may make you wonder about the accountability
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course STOC 1111 taught by Professor Goodman during the Fall '07 term at Temple.

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