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Facts in the Rose Case
• The victim's aunt briefed that Rose's lover had informed that
Rose was away during the young girl’s attack. Criminological
experts at the research facility failed to provide enough
information from the DNA test, but they claimed that Rose
might have been the person due visual examination of pubic
hair found in the pants of the girl (Rose, 1993).
• Serological tests on the DNA from the semen sample did not
match Rose’s DNA at about 70 percent. In December 2002,
after a series of unproductive trials, Rose found help form
Northern California Innocence Project (Montaldo, n.d).
Facts in the Rose Case Continued
• Despite new evidence of Roses impeccability, the prosecutor
demanded more DNA testing before declining the charges. He
claimed the seed could come from a consensual sexual
accomplice. A few days after Rose's release, the up to 23-yearold victim reached a daily correspondent and discarded her 1994
passport from Rose (Rose, 1993). The records showed that the
blood classification recognized in the DNA did not correspond
to Rose’s blood classification and had never been included in
the safety measure were.
Causes of Wrongful Conviction in
the Rose Case
• The causes of the wrongful conviction were information
from the victim's aunt that said that Rose was not at home
when the victim attack happened, the failure of the
forensic science to give the right information about the
DNA test and the wrong description of the driver.
Facts of the Williams Case
• Stanley Williams committed a crime when he killed Albert
Owens at the course of robbery act in the 7-Eleven stores in
California in 1979. William went with his friend Darryl to
Garrett residence where he came out with a 12 gauge shotgun.
William planned with his friends to go to Pomona to make
• His two friends, Sims and Darryl, committed the robbery after
they had entered the store (Williams, 2009). Williams is noted
for telling Darryl and Sims that they will find another place to
rob, and then they went the 7-Eleven market. William boasted
to his brother that he had killed Owen.
Treatment of Rose and Williams by
the Criminal Justice System
• Rose was falsely accused, and he was wrongly convicted and
sentenced to 27 years without enough evidence. The Criminal
justice did not carry out enough investigation about the case
before passing judgment.
• On the other hand, Williams was guilty, but he did not deserve
the execution that was done by the San Quentin prison. The
Criminal justice did not do Williams justice for refusing to
allow him to reopen his case.
Instances of Discrimination in the
• Williams's trials happened in a place where less than two
percent of the jury was black. During his trials, the prosecutor
evacuated the Afro-Americans from the Jury. The prosecutor
also compared Williams with the tiger.
• The trials portrayed total racism. Execution was the sentence,
despite the California governor remodeling plans to
rehabilitate him instead.
Facts in the Bell Case
• Sean Bell murder in a club took place on the eve of his
planned wedding. The detective that was involved in his
killing got fired since the department of the administrative
police found that the detective conducted himself improperly
during the execution (Florini, 2014).
• The other officers who were involved were forced to resign.
The court passed a judgment that the family of Mr. Bell to get
compensation which did not happen ten years later.
Theoretical Perspectives of Crime to
the Actions of the Officers in the Bell
• Son Belle died in a hail 50 kills the police. Two of Bell's
comrades in a car were injured, one. Each of the three men
was an African American. The police said they followed the
unsuspecting assumption that men were equipped and
• Confusion, overcompensation, and inelasticity soon became a
problem. But it was measured when people discovered that
two of the researchers who shot Bell were extra African
Americans. In April 2008, analysts were ...