Case 1: Do you believe that the defendant was lying while on trial? Take into account that she admitted to have a history of lying. What role do you believe this defendants mother had in her case? Do you think the mother was being over protective or no?
Case 2: Where you sympathized by the fact that this defendant had learning disabilities and an incarcerated father? If so why and if not why not.
Case 1: Do you think the defendant in the first case had some domestic problems such as abuse or other issues that would have made her commit the crime? If so what type of issues do you think she is facing? What can she do to overcome issues in her life?
Case 2: Defendant two seemed to be accompanied by both a good influence and a bad influence at the scene of the crime. Why might she have listen to the bad influence knowing that it was wrong and although she was warned not to do so? Do you think peer pressure is more powerful than knowing between wrong and right and being warned?
Case 1: Due to the fact that the defendant has committed the offense already once, do you think it will happen again? Or has the defendant learned his lesson?