Lauren Angelica Law, it’s not much, but your verdict was nothing short of a landmark and we are all extremely proud of it.
Lauren Angelica Law, the 20-year-old mother of a 15-year-old little girl who was killed in a car accident, has been found guilty of manslaughter for the death of her child. Her mother, Lauren Angelica, was also found guilty of failing to stop the accident. She was found not guilty on the failure to stop charge.
I’ve always wondered if this wasn’t just a case of a woman’s choice to go against her will. We’ve read a lot about how this was a pretty decent choice for a woman, but it seems to be a good one.
Angelica Law had a good defense. She was found guilty of only one of the three charges against her. The failure to stop was dismissed because it was never clear if Angelica had a reasonable belief that she was going to kill her child. It was clear that she did, but that the jury felt that the lack of a reasonable belief was not enough to warrant acquittal. The jury also found no fault with the verdict itself.
A decision like this, if it is a decision, should be made by a jury, which is why Angelica Law has a good chance at getting a new trial. A jury has the power to make decisions regardless of what the law is, which means that Angelica will most likely get a new trial. The question that remains is whether the jury is willing to take the responsibility of making a decision on Angelica Law herself.
To be completely fair, the jury didn’t take a chance on Angelica, believing she was the victim of a miscarriage of justice for the first time in her 20 years of life. They were also, after two days of deliberation, able to come to a decision. They decided that Angelica had killed her father (and no one else has) in order to frame her for his murder. As a result, the jury found that Angelica was guilty of first-degree murder.
The jury found Angelica guilty of first-degree murder, but only on the basis that she “intentionally” killed her father. On the other hand, they found that Angelica did not have a “guilty mind” and was not the sole cause of the miscarriage of justice.
Angelica’s trial is just a day away from a full-length movie, but the verdict will be out on Tuesday. The verdict will be out on Tuesday, and I doubt they will be the last one to be handed down.
Well, Angelica’s trial has already officially begun. She’s now up on the courthouse steps, and this week will be her first court appearance. I suppose we’ll be seeing just as much of her as we will of Johnny Depp’s character, Johnny.
I don’t think she will be the last one to be handed down, but I can’t imagine she’ll be the last to go to trial. Although I have no idea if Angelicas will be convicted, I’m sure the jury will still hand her the death penalty for the rest of her life. It’s more likely that in the movie, she will be convicted, and it will be the first time she’s actually tried.