Be The Judge Of This Case: She Went to Jail For Not Killing Her Hubby & Then The Worst Happened

Published 3 weeks ago by: kacy lee
at 08:06 PM, 22/09/2019 (3 weeks ago)

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A woman was accused of killing her husband, his body was never found and she was sentenced. Years after serving her jail term, she found out the man is living with another woman. .
She went and shot the man several times and he died for real this time around and she was re-arrested for the same murder on the same person.

As a judge, will you look at the case as a fresh murder or will you look at it as a crime she already served the term?

Let's hear you...

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blowout at 08:26 PM, 22/09/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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Double jeopardy. She has already served time for the crime. Free her.
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Doyourworst at 09:20 PM, 22/09/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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You can't jail her again for killing a spirit!....Lol.
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MrBlackman at 09:39 PM, 22/09/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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The law is, A person convicted of murder cannot finish a jail term.
It's either she's sentenced to death or life imprisonment.
Ṣo if she was freed, then it implies that she was never convicted for murder earlier but for another offensé.
She has to now answer for the murder of her husband
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kuzine at 11:04 PM, 22/09/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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That means she was convicted of manslaughter earlier on, now she will go in for a life sentence or death penalty based on 1st degree murder 'cos a weapon/fire arm was used.
With a good lawyer though there might be plea on the basis of insanity, non the less she will be locked up in an asylum/ mental facility.
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dareper at 11:17 PM, 22/09/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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Quote from: kuzine on 11:04 PM, 22/09/2019
That means she was convicted of manslaughter earlier on, now she will go in for a life sentence or death penalty based on 1st degree murder 'cos a weapon/fire arm was used.
With a good lawyer though there might be plea on the basis of insanity, non the less she will be locked up in an asylum/ mental facility.
man, u go school
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nkem_don at 11:05 AM, 23/09/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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If she was convicted for 10 years  then  now she should get lesser conviction because she was wrongly confronted before  and i strongly believe that prompted her recent crime.
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Haso112 at 08:32 AM, 24/09/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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Quote from: kuzine on 11:04 PM, 22/09/2019
That means she was convicted of manslaughter earlier on, now she will go in for a life sentence or death penalty based on 1st degree murder 'cos a weapon/fire arm was used.
With a good lawyer though there might be plea on the basis of insanity, non the less she will be locked up in an asylum/ mental facility.

A WEAPON OR FIREARM BEING USED IN ANY CASE WHERE A LIFE'S BEEN TAKEN, DOESN'T AUTOMATICALLY EQUATE TO "FIRST DEGREE MURDER" FIRST DEGREE MURDER'S BASICALLY GOT TO DO WITH INTENT/MOTIVE/PRE-MEDITATION.. A PERFECT CASE STUDY IS OSCAR PISTORIUS & REEVA STEENKAMP.
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ebescopy at 02:13 PM, 25/09/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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Hanging straight.
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