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Unformatted text preview: Case 2- The defendant in the second case was charged with allegedly raping a young woman only known as S.S. by the judge. The defendant accepted a guilty plea to rape, the rest his charges and everything else was in the form of a generic court hearing. The story behind him was that the young woman was drunk and passed out in a bed in his friend’s house. He went home, came back and proceeded to have sexual intercourse with the unconscious female. She woke up, screamed, and the owners of the house woke up Chapman 2 and came to the room. They all later confronted the defendant and called the police. He is looking at a minimal of three years fixed in prison. I have had several trips to the court house, for misdemeanor offenses, but I have never seen a felony case in court. What I think that I have learned from this assignment is that I need to be more aware of the consequences of my actions, so that I do not end up in serious trouble....
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- Spring '08
- criminal law, Ada County Courthouse, Assignment Michael Blankenship