In Joseph E. Taylor and Aleshandra Griffith-Reed’s second edition, State v. Bloodworth, a frantic 911 call about an unconscious intruder brought police to Gene Bloodworth’s home, but was that the real story? Readers will investigate and find that Kenneth Fletcher was found unconscious on the floor of Bloodworth’s condo but Bloodworth claims that Fletcher broke into his home and had a knife. Three days after the break-in, Fletcher is found dead from blunt force trauma to the head. As Bloodworth insists he acted in self-defense, what will you believe?
The second edition now includes extensive social media exhibits, giving participants a chance to work with this new and important form of evidence and the challenges it presents.
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