Compare and contrast two trials

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Trials:

Compare and contrast two trials:

http://famous-trials.com/scottsboroboys

http://famous-trials.com/westmemphis

1. In your initial post, what were the results of the juries in each case. How did they arrive at a verdict?

2. What were the key evidence(s) introduced by the prosecution?

3. Did publicity or a "free press" impact the juries in each case?

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peachblack
School: Carnegie Mellon University

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Comparison of Trials
“Scottsboro Boys" Trials (1931-1937)
Arguably, one of the cases which are believed to be the most complicated in the history
of criminal justice involves the case of the Scottsboro boys. Among the reasons why this case is
of great significance in the history of criminal justice is the fact that it involved more than ten
respondents. A trip from the famous Chattanooga by teenagers who had traveled in an endeavor
to search for employment amidst the 1930s depression could result in what was later to be
referred to as the Scottsboro boys. During the reading, the prosecution claimed that two girls
cruising in the same train as the nine black teenagers assert...

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