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Asked on: 3/16/04, 11:09 pm

Indirect Murder

Hello, we are students doing a trial report about a scientist who created something which later caused destruction of a life (but his intentions weren’t bad and he never knew it would cause murder). Have you ever had a case (or know one) where you defended the scientist and he was acquitted in the end (or something similar to this)? If so, can you give us the name of the case(s) and give us a little tidbit or background data on it? Also, if possible, can you give us some laws we can use to defend our client? Maybe you can spread the word around to others in your profession so that they can also provide some information. Thank you so much for you time! We hope to hear from you soon.

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