Unformatted text preview: up for what we feel is right, and to be weary of anything we deem harmful or suspicious. Its a very important skill to learn to question your own assumptions. Sometimes, a persons' first judgment may not always be right. There have been countless times where during an impromptu essay, I'd get to the 2nd body paragraph and realize I didn't agree with what I was originally writing with. Barnet's final argument on law in comparison to the real world proved both logical and accurate. Law is a yes or a no topic. Defendants are typically found guilty or not guilty. In most other venues, however, there is room for compromise. While jurors do critically think and analyze the lawyers' arguments and come to a general conclusion, it is my opinion that it is our civil duty to find a medium and pacify both sides of a dispute....
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course WRA 115 taught by Professor Lackey during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.
- Spring '08