I believe that the jury had fairly good questions, but the defendant confessed to it all. There wasn’t much to question after that. I do believe he felt remorseful for his actions but, if he truly did feel remorse full he would have given the backpack back.
The jury did get enough information out of the defendant through their questioning. They were able to analyze his intention and show what kind of individual he is. The jury asked questions that over all helped them state that he was guilty.
I think the defendant did not truly feel remorseful for his actions. If he were to feel bad for his actions he would have not stolen the bad to begin with. He would have gave back the bag and not give it away.
Q1: Yes, I think the jury got enough information out of the defendant through their questioning because they were able to meet all the elements in order to reach a decision. The jury was asking good questions but could've asked a little more about his home life and why he felt the need to steal if he came from a wealthy home.
Q2: I don't think the defendant truly felt remorseful for his actions because it seemed like he had already sold the backpack secretly.
Q1: I believe the jury did not get enough information out of the questioning because of the repetitive questions and leaving some vague areas open.
Q2: I think the defendant did feel a bit remorseful because of how his family now sees him as.
1.) I feel as if the jury did get enough information through the defendant because he proved himself guilty within the first questions. Even though he didn't really give as thoughtful answers he still proved himself to be guilty.
2.)I feel as if the defendant didn't really feel remorseful because his answers were very vague. His step-mom also answered some questions and it really seemed as if she was covering for him.
Q1; I do not think the jury got enough information through their questioning because the defendant had already confessed to committing the crime, which therefore left the jury to not really know what else to ask.
Q2; I believe he felt somewhat remorseful because of his parents and how they caught him. If they wouldn't have caught them, I don't think he would have felt the same. If he felt truly remorseful, he would have given the bag back.
1) I don’t believe the jury got enough information from the defendant. The jury got more information from the mother than the defendant. The defendant usually gave one word answers, repeated the same thing and turned to his mother to get an answer from her. I think it was because he said he was guilty.
2) I don’t think he was remorseful. I think he would’ve done it again if he didn’t get caught. He said he felt bad but he didn’t want to return it. If he was remorseful, he would’ve returned it or pay back the money without being forced to.
1. I do believe that the jury got enough information out of the defendant because he was easygoing and because his mom offered a lot of information. If the jury would've got more information from the defendant it would've been better than getting information only from the mother.
2. I believe the defendant felt sorry that he got caught. He would have continued to have stolen items especially if it was an expensive item.
Q1: I think the jury did a decent job at finding out the information to determine whether or not he was guilty, however, its always good to get more info
Q2: I don't think he was remorseful because he did not seem to care for his actions
I think that jury was able to more information out of the defendant. Specially since he had already admitted to taking the backpack in the first place.
The defendant seem to feel remorse but it felt like it was because of all the consequences he had for stealing the backpack. Because if he hadn’t had all the consequences he probably wouldn’t have felt remorseful.
1)Although I believe that the questions where good and enough to reach a verdict I believe they could have asked more. They should have asked more questions about his home life and how they handle anger and the relationaship at home. They also could have asked how hard his classes are to see the kind of student he is.
2)I I fell the defendednt only felt remorse for stealing the backpack becasue he got caught. If he handnt been caught he would have continued to steal to sell them.
1. I feel that the jury did get enough information because they asked a specific question and he gave himself up by admitting that he was guilty.
2. I feel like he was not that remorseful. It seemed rehearsed.
1. I think they could've learned more about his relationship with his biological mom and the relationship between his moms. I feel get enough information about why he did it, if he took the bag. They should've asked what else he bought with his money. They should have asked more about how he was caught.
2. I think he just seemed to say what we needed to hear. He seemed to be mad because he was caught. The fact that he kept quiet until he got caught showed that he didn't really care.
1. Yes. They were able to question him enough to determine a proper sentence. I believe they had enough information to see what kind of kid he was, and what they can help him with.
2. I believe the defendant was not remorseful. He seemed to be enjoying his “punishments” and may not be experiencing the real remorse he should be. Especially with his parents, who seem disappointed in him. They don’t appear to have a real affect on him.
I believe the jury was able to obtain all the necessary information to reach a verdict and a reasonable sentence.
I think that the person was not remorseful for his actions until he disappointed his family because him and his parents did say he felt remorseful.
1) i beileve that the jury could’ve gotten more information out of the defendant. I beileve if they didn’t open up the questions to the audience, questions that needed to be asked weren’t going to be asked.
2) i beileve that he was not remorseful that he did , I beileve he was remorseful because he got caught. Even though he said he would’ve stopped even if he hadn’t gotten caught i beileve he would’ve continued until he gotten caught and in trouble.
I think the jury did get enough information out of the defendant because they were able to establish guilt. I believe the defendant did feel guilty because he was already writing out an apology letter to the victim. Although, I'm not sure if he was remorseful because of the action or because he got caught.
I believe the jury did get enough information out of the defendant because he answered questions clearly and his mother gave lots of details about his situation at home.
I believe the defendant truly felt remorseful for his actions because he thought about his actions and decided to confess when his session began.
I feel that the jury did do a good job of their questioning and did get enough information out of the defendant. As for the defendant it felt that he wasn’t really remorseful at all. He played it off as if he was but it was obviously very fake to me as a person because he just had to act this was so that his punishment wouldn’t be as bad
The i believe the jury asked some very good questions even though the accused did confess before hand. In my opinion i believe that if he would’ve never gotten caught then he wouldnt have had any type of remorse & would be likely to do it again
1.I think the jury did get enough information because he admitted to stealing the bag and why he did it.
2. I don’t think he felt remorseful because it seemed like he didn’t care if the bag got back to her or not and made up an excuse to why he didn’t give it to her and and is only writing an apology letter because he has to.
1.) I do think so because all of the questions asked were very well thought out to get the most information from the defendant.
2.) No I really don’t think he did. He sounded too bored out of his mind to be remorseful. Plus his parents made him apologize he didn’t do it on his own.
1. Yes, I believe that the jury got enough information out of the defendant. They did because he gave himself up in the beginning and only asked him more questions to confirm his guilt.
2. I don't believe that the defendant felt remorseful. He seemed calm throughout the whole court session and didn't act like it bothered him after the session was over.
1. I do believe the jury got enough information out of the questions they asked. The questions they asked showed us a bit into his life & his environment. It helped us understand the case more thoroughly and determine the case.
2. I do believe the defendant truly felt remorseful for his actions because he got multiple consequences for them. One major being that he could no longer play football which he wanted to pursue in college.
1. I do believe that the jury got enough information because he basically burned himself out
2. I don’t think the defendant was remorseful because of the tone of his voice. His voice almost seemed like he didn’t really care
1. The jury got enough information to determine that he committed the theft because he confessed he took the bag and that he also felt bad for it, and his parents showed that he had no reason to do it.
2. The defendant said he does feel bad about taking it but he acted like he didn’t care about it much and it just seemed he said those words because his parents were there.
1. Yes, I feel like the jury got enough information through questioning. With the info we got we were able to prove him guilty to petty theft.
2. I don’t feel like the defendant felt remorseful towards his actions. I feel like his punishment is not going to change his ways and he will be back to stealing.
1.unfortunatly the jury in my opinion could have gotten a better insight by asking different questions.The questions were extremely repetitive and lacked diversity.
2.Defenetly not , the defendant got off way to easy. Punishment should have been harder. He essentially got a vacation because all he does is play videos,watch television and still has his cell phone. In the trial he seemed bored and uninterested.
I do believe that the jury got plenty of information out of the defendant because, the individual was straight forward with his responses and the story sounds logical and accurate. However, I don’t believe the defendant felt remorse for the act he committed based on his tone and the way he was talking. He was too calm and didn’t seem to care much for the trail.
Q.1:The jury got enough information off the defendant by asking efficient questions and understanding the story told.
Q.2: I believe the defendant did not feel remorseful, his tone made him seem like it was no big deal and he might try it again but more carefully
1. Yes I believe the jury got enough Evidence from the defendant due to him stealing the bag. They questioned not only him but the parents to get as much as information as possible
2. I felt that the defendant wasn’t really remorseful towards the actions he made because of his body language and the way he would express how he was remorseful just didn’t seem as if he was.
1. Yes, the jury got enough information out of the defendant since they were able to get new information from him out and were able to make some connections too.
2. No, I don’t think the defendant truly felt remorseful since he seemed really relaxed with his punishment and was answering the question if he felt bad the same way, in a monotone.
1. Yes I believe the jury got enough information through questioning because they asked a lot of questions and got more information.
2. No I don’t think the defendant felt remorseful for his actions because if he did he wouldn’t have done what he did. And during the questioning he wasn’t giving full information which means he didn’t care.
Q1 Yes ,think the jury got enough information
Q2 No, because of his body language
Q1.yes I believe that the jury got enough information out the defendant through their questions because there were asking really goof quetioque and details about the case that helps to determine the case
Q2.yes I think the defendant truly felt remorseful about his actions because he was even thinking on paying back with he's on money
Q1: I think the Jury did get enough information through the defendant because he talked about mistakes he did in the past. For example he said that he used to do drugs.
Q2: I feel he did feel remorseful of his actions because he right away said he did steal the backpack.
Q.1Yes, they did get enough information because they were able to get out more information from the defendant which his parents may have never known.
Q.2 yes , they had asked the defendant plenty of times if he regrets an he truly answered that yeah cause he fell in the wrong steps an he’s not able to do much as just be home and he felt bad for the girl
1. Yes. Even thought the minor started off by saying he was guilty, throughout ever question more and more information was undercovered and touched upon.
2. No, i do not believe the minor was remorseful. The mother was doing most of the talking and if someone was remorseful they would speak on their own upon their own actions.
A1: I think the jury did well in getting the information out of the defendant if it wasn’t for them continually asking if he was high through it all which although I saw what they were trying to do it got repetitive and annoying
A2: I think the defendant felt no remorse at all because when he was asked about it he basically said no with his facial expressions as well as his attitude to it all.
1. Yes because the defendant confessed he was guilty at the beginning of the case.
2. No because throughout the questioning he would answer with I don’t know which made it seem like he didn’t care:
1. I do believe the jury got enough information out of the defendant because she did in fact give a brief description about what had occurred that day ,we also got to find out her relationship with her grandma which led us into finding out that her grandma does in fact have something against her granddaughter for whatever reason.
2. I'm not quiet sure because she showed no emotion throughout the trial what's so ever, we do in fact know that she has some bipolar issues and takes medication for this which could have been the reason.
1.I believe the defendant because he was straight up about what occurred that day ,he also owned up to his actions and told us why he did what he did.
2.I don't believe he felt remorseful because if he did he would not have given the bag away in the first place I also feel like he wrote the letter only because he was told to not because he meant it.
1. I don't think we got enough info out of the guy because the jury kept asking the same questions over and over and he kept giving the same answer all 100 times.
2. No, the guy was trying to laugh it off most of the time and didn't really show any remorse at all, he was just chilling in chair.
I believe the jury got enough info out of the defendant, the defendant gave himself up the the beginning but they continue to ask to get a better understanding of the story.
The defendant didnt show much remorse, it looked like he was mad only because he was caught.