Blog Posts in October, 2010

  • O Attorney, Where Art Thou?

    || 29-Oct-2010

    Analyzing this clip from the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou under Texas law, a savvy prosecutor would have enough to put everyone (except the kidnapped boy) away for a very long time. These three escapees are certainly guilty of escaping custody. § 38.06 of the Texas Penal Code states that a person has committed the offense of escape when a person in legal custody, pursuant to a lawful order ...
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  • True Love's First Assault

    || 22-Oct-2010

    Watch The Clip Here. Snow White is a very iconic Disney movie. However, the actions in this clip could be perceived as not so innocent. First of all, Snow White was "asleep" due to the Queen's attempt to kill her via a poisoned apple. That would constitute as attempted criminal homicide. One commits criminal homicide when he intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly causes the death of ...
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  • Leave the Gun, Take the Cannoli

    || 15-Oct-2010

    Watch The Clip Here The Godfather has got to be one of my favorite movies. While there are too many crimes to count in the Godfather movies, there are many you may not think of. For example, in this particular clip they may be guilty of failing to wear safety belts, murder, criminal conspiracy to commit murder, disorderly conduct, theft, and criminal conspiracy to commit theft. I know these scenes ...
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