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State v. Jordan

State v. Jordan

At 5:32 p.m. Amy Jordan left her apartment. At 5:44 p.m. Arthur Moore turned to leave an ATM, only to be shot and killed. At 6:02 p.m. Amy Jordan returned to her apartment. Is it convenient or a coincidence that Amy's .38 caliber handgun was reported stolen eight days prior? According to the State of Nita it is not a coincidence but rather a fact that Amy shot her boyfriend, Arthur, in order to receive the proceeds of a life insurance policy. The case is complicated by the fact that Arthur's wife, Sandra, was the beneficiary for the remainder of the estate. There are four witnesses for both the plaintiff and the defendant--each of whom present largely circumstantial evidence.

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ISBN: 9781556819346

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