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Unformatted text preview: continue reading and inspires contemplation of the Islamic influence in American culture. Page 172 Question #4 Claim: Eric Smallridge is sincere in the remorse he felt towards his victim’s families. Qualifier: It is possible that his time in jail has changed who he is. Good Reasons: He shows sympathy towards the whole family. He can promote DUI PSA’s with personal anecdotes. Warrants: Under Florida law, Smallridge could receive a full 30 years in prison. Delgado 2 Backing: Smallridge drove under the influence, which impaired his judgement, and killed two women. Evidence: Smallridge’s BAC was well above the legal limit. Many people fall victim to driving under the influence. Authority: Cite the local Medical Examiner Conditions of Rebuttal: He may be faking all of his remorse just to get out of jail early. Response: Smallridge’s testimony was truly heartfelt....
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- Fall '08
- Rebuttal, Alexander Delgado, Professor Debra Briggs, potential counter arguments