Monday, January 22, 2007

The 18 Robbery Counts

12:37pm. Dwyer (reading from a script): "Mere presence at the scene of a crime does not, by itself, make a defendant criminally liable for that crime. You must find 1) that he aided those other persons to engage in that conduct and 2) that he did so with the state of mind required for the commission of that offense."

-Definition of robbery: "Forcible stealing." "When such person takes or withholds property from the owner of the property."

-12:45pm. Six counts, robbery in the first degree (involving the six Lennon's owners/employees): "When a person forcibly steals property, and in the course of the crime or immediate flight therefrom, that person (or another participant) causes serious physical injury to any person not involved in the commission of the crime."

-12:51pm. Six more counts, robbery in the first degree (same as above, but include "The defendant, or another participant, was armed with a deadly weapon.")

-12:57pm. Six more counts (for a total of 18), robbery in the second degree. "That John Healy, or by acting in concert with others, forcibly stole property, and was aided in doing so by another person actually present."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh get to the point ........

12:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The point is guilty or not guilty. The laws have to be read.

Andy when you get time get rid of the spammer.

1:12 PM  

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