Aspen Publishing

State v. Anderson: Case File, Second Edition

Joseph E. Taylor


  • ISBN: 9781601563705

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    In State v. Anderson, when defendant Raymond Anderson resolves a fender bender by beaning Wayne Henkel with a baseball bat and stealing his truck, the State charges Anderson with assault with a deadly weapon and robbery. Anderson’s prior conviction for first degree burglary throws him a curveball by invoking the State’s “three strikes law,” making another conviction a mandatory state prison case and doubling Anderson’s likely sentence. After the first trial ends in a hung jury, the State retries the case. Anderson refines the student’s advocacy and examination skills through this full trial, which includes visual aids and video testimony, head trauma experts, and a lineup of witnesses going to bat for the State and Anderson.

  • Additional Product Details

    Assault with baseball bat/fender bender, video testimony
    Publication Date:
    Copyright: 2014
    Pages: 87
    Type: Trial , Criminal
    Issues: Criminal – Assault and Battery; Criminal – Robbery/Theft
    Level: Advanced
    Number of Witnesses: 5p/5d
    Experts: Medical
    Paperback: 9781601563705

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