Joanna Aeschbacker Case Analysis Unit 3 LS311

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Joanna Aeschbacker Unit 3 Jennings vs. Arrington Unit 3 Case Analysis Can there be a Jennings vs. Arrington? Joanna Aeschbacker Kaplan University LS 311 1
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Joanna Aeschbacker Unit 3 Jennings vs. Arrington In the 5 th Amendment of our country’s Bill of Rights, we are presented with the issue of double jeopardy. Double jeopardy simply means that no individual can be tried for the same crime twice (p. 13). As we look at our case analysis for this unit, Arrington has been convicted of the criminal charges of Robbery and Assault and Battery. Jennings, the victim, has filed a civil suit against Arrington. Arrington says that he has already been tried and convicted of criminal charges for this matter. He thinks the civil suit brought on my Jennings is violating his 5 th amendment right to protection from double jeopardy. So can the case of Jennings vs. Arrington be heard in a civil court of law? I say yes! Most definitely Jennings can bring a civil suit against Arrington. Arrington has
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