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12 Angry men!!!!!!!

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Josue camargo
Ms montoya
English 2
1-18-2011
12 Angry men
Racism : Racism is when somebody dislikes someone who is from a different country or race.
Prejudice: Is when there is a unreasonable feeling opinion or attitude of hostile nature regarding a racial, religious, or national group.
Discrimination : Is when services are denied to you or when you are treated differently due to tour place of origin, Skin color or gender
Racism : Racism is when somebody dislikes someone who is from a different country or race.
Prejudice: Is when there is a unreasonable feeling opinion or attitude of hostile nature regarding a racial, religious, or national group.
Discrimination : Is when services are denied to you or when you are treated differently due to tour place of origin, Skin color or gender
By Josue camargo
Ms Montoya
1/18/2011
English 2
12 angry men
Prejudice: Is when there is a unreasonable feeling opinion or attitude of hostile nature regarding a racial, religious, or national group.
Racism is when somebody dislikes someone who is from a different country or race.
Discrimination : Is when services are denied to you or when you are treated differently due to our place of origin, Skin color or gender
My discouse community
a slip or sheet of paper, cardboard, or the like, on which a voter marks his or her vote.
Defence

Hung jury
a jury that cannot agree on a verdict
unanimous
of one mind; in complete agreement; agreed
Often, slums. a thickly populated, run-down, squalid part of a city, inhabited by poor people.
Slum
the institution and carrying on of legal proceedings against a person.
Prosecution
Testimony
Law . the statement or declaration of a witness under oath or affirmation, usually in court.
to see, hear, or know by personal presence and perception: to witness an accident.
Witness
Abstain
to hold oneself back voluntarily, especially from something regarded as improper or unhealthy (usually followed by from ): to abstain from eating meat.
Foreman
a person in charge of a particular department, group of workers, etc., as in a factory or the like
Aquittal
Law . judicial deliverance from a criminal charge on a verdict or finding of not guilty.
Secret
done, made, or conducted without the knowledge of others: secret negotiations.
mandatory
authoritatively ordered; obligatory; compulsory: It is mandatory that all students take two years of math.
Mercy
the disposition to be compassionate or forbearing: an adversary wholly without mercy.
orphanage
an institution for the housing and care of orphans.
forgery
something, as a coin, a work of art, or a writing, produced by forgery.
Source credit.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/forgery
Alternate juror
to have a alternate people to replace the sick people
Circumstantial evidence
Circumstantial Evidence is also known as indirect evidence. It is distinguished from direct evidence, which, if believed, proves the existence of a particular fact without any inference or presumption required
Reasonable doubt
Reasonable doubt is a standard of proof used in criminal trials.
Cross examination
the opportunity for the attorney (or an unrepresented party) to ask questions in court of a witness who has testified in a trial on behalf of the opposing party.
Open and shut case
no discussion a clear answer
resistance against danger, attack, or harm; protection
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