Closing Statement

             Good Morning Jury. Today we have gathered to decide the faith of innocent Alex Filn. I would want you to be aware of the fact that the future of Alex lies in your hands. The choice you are here to make must be accurate, right, and wise. I ask you to please not make a choice that you do not believe is right. I trust for your judgment to be right. That Alex Filn is innocent. I shall not dare doubt your judgment, though you should be notified of the much false facts presented in front of the court.
             Alex Filn was driving Anita and Chris warden home and on the way the accident occurred. The car that my client drove to the party and from the party was registered in the DMV as Matt Filns though was driven by Nancy Filn. Basically it was Nancy Filn’s car. Alex’s BAC level was .07 though for a person to be considered DWI (Driving while intoxicated) the BAC level has to be .8. So .07 is way much too far off from even to consider a though which would make him DWI. Alex Filn was driving while Anita pulled the steering wheel to the right and caused the accident to occur. Both Alex and Chris were wearing seatbelts. The only person not wearing a seatbelt was Anita. So as stated before if Anita had her seatbelt on there is a very big chance that she would not have died. Because according to the circumstances she was the only one not wearing a seatbelt and she is the only one who died. After the accident a couple of minutes later Chris W. checked Anita’s pulse. According to him at that time he didn’t feel any pulse. After that incident both Chris and Alex walked home.
             According to Chris Alex was drunk. Though he could not tell exactly how drunk Anita was. Which makes it obvious that his judgment about Alex being drunk can not be relied on for at the same time he could not even tell if Anita was drunk.
             There is also Jeff Brent. Now when asked if police officer Jeff Brent had seen Anita’s body at the crime seen he said no. Though wh...

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