A​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‌‌‌‍‍​nswer the question(s) following each legal scenario. 

1. Sara, a lawyer, drew a deed for Robert by which Robert was to convey land to Rick. The deed was correct in every detail. Robert examined and verbally approved it but did not sign it. Sara then erased Rick’s name and substituted her own. Robert subsequently signed the deed with all required legal formalities without noticing the change. Was Sara guilty of forgery? Discuss. 

Answer: 2. Ann took Bonnie’s watch without Bonnie knowing of the theft. Bonnie subsequently discovered her loss and was informed that Ann had taken the watch. Bonnie immediately pursued Ann. Ann pointed a loaded pistol at Bonnie, who, in fear of being shot, allowed Ann to escape. Was Ann guilty of robbery? Of any other crime? 

Answer: 3. Truck drivers for a hauling company, while loading a desk, found a $100 bill that had fallen out of the desk. They agreed to get it exchanged for small bills and divide the proceeds. En route to the bank, one of them changed his mind and refused to proceed with the scheme, whereupon the other pulled a knife and demanded the bill. A police officer intervened. What crimes have been committed? 

Answer: 4. The police obtained a search warrant based on an affidavit that contained the following allegations: (a) Donald was seen crossing a state line on four occasions during a five-day period and going to a particular apartment; (b) telephone records disclosed that the apartment had two telephones; (c) Donald had a reputation as a bookmaker and as an associate of gamblers; and (d) the FBI was informed​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‌‌‌‍‍​ by a “confidential reliable informant” that Donald was conducting gambling operations from the apartment. The affidavit did not indicate how the informant knew of this information nor did it contain any information about the reliability of the informant. When a search was made based on the warrant, evidence was obtained that resulted in Donald’s conviction of violating certain gambling laws. Donald challenged the constitutionality of the search warrant. Were Donald’s constitutional rights violated? Explain your answer. 

Answer: 5. A national bank was robbed by a man with a small strip of tape on each side of his face. An indictment was returned against David. David was then arrested, and counsel was appointed to represent him. Two weeks later, without notice to David’s lawyer, an FBI agent arranged to have the two bank employees observe a lineup, including David and five or six other prisoners. Each person in the lineup wore strips of tape, as had the robber, and each was directed to repeat the words “Put the money in the bag,” as had the robber. Both of the bank employees identified David as the robber. At David’s trial he was again identified by the two, in the courtroom, and the prior lineup identification was elicited on cross-examination by David’s counsel. David’s counsel moved the court to grant a judgment of acquittal or alternatively to strike the courtroom identifications on the ground that the lineup had violated David’s Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination and his Sixth Amendment right to counsel. What was the cour​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‌‌‌‍‍​t’s decision(s)? 



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