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State v. Johnson

State v. Johnson

Edward Johnson has been charged with the rape of Amanda Smith, a woman he claimed to have met in a bar the night the alleged rape occurred. Johnson, the defendant, is pleading not guilty, asserting that while the pair did engage in sexual intercourse, the relations were consensual. Smith, contrarily, claims that she gave the defendant a ride home from the bar, and upon arrival at his apartment, he seized her keys and forced her to come upstairs. Each party is required to submit to examinations and alcohol/toxicology inspections at the laboratory. There are five witnesses for the plaintiff and four witnesses for the defendant.

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Publisher: NITA

Format: Perfect Bound,Case File

ISBN: 9781556816765

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