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State v. Anderson

In State v. Anderson, when defendant Raymond Anderson resolves a fender bender by beaning Wayne Henkel with a baseball bat and stealing his truck, the State charges Anderson with assault with a deadly weapon and robbery.
Publisher: NITA
Case File :Softbound, 140 pages
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ISBN: 9781601563705
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In State v. Anderson, when defendant Raymond Anderson resolves a fender bender by beaning Wayne Henkel with a baseball bat and stealing his truck, the State charges Anderson with assault with a deadly weapon and robbery. Anderson's prior conviction for first degree burglary throws him a curveball by invoking the State's "three strikes law," making another conviction a mandatory state prison case and doubling Anderson's likely sentence. After the first trial ends in a hung jury, the State retries the case. Anderson refines the student's advocacy and examination skills through this full trial, which includes visual aids and video testimony, head trauma experts, and a lineup of witnesses going to bat for the State and Anderson.

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Table of Contents

CASE SUMMARY

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE AS A FULL TRIAL

INDICTMENT

EXHIBITS

Exhibit 1—Photograph of 3329 Welcome Lane

Exhibit 2—Photograph of 3353 Deerwood Drive

Exhibit 3—Diagram of 3329 Welcome Lane  

Exhibit 4—Photograph of Baseball Bat at Recovery Site

Exhibit 5—Photograph of Baseball Bat at Police Station

Exhibit 6—Map of Northeastern Nita City

Exhibit 7—Offense Report by Officer Pat Campbell

       Facts

       Statement of Kimberly Baxter

       Statement of Stacy Alcott

       Statement of Wayne Henkel

       Statement of Dr. Leslie Williams

       Statement of Raymond Anderson

       Statement of Chris Keller

Exhibit 8-Supplemental Offense Report of October 11 by Officer Pat Campbell

       Search for Baseball Bat

       Statement of Alex Lambert

       Case Review and Charging Decision

Exhibit 9—Darrow County General Hospital Emergency Record

Exhibit 10—Arrest and Conviction Record of Raymond F. Anderson

Exhibit 11—Arrest and Conviction Record of Chris P. Keller

Exhibit 12—Arrest and Conviction Record of Wayne S. Henkel

Exhibit 13—Arrest and Conviction Record of Stacy Alcott

Exhibit 14—Arrest and Conviction Record of Kimberly Baxter

Exhibit 15—Testimony of Alex Lambert at Conditional Examination on October 18, YR-18

Exhibit 16—Testimony of Kimberly Baxter at First Trial

Exhibit 17—Testimony of Wayne Henkel at First Trial

Exhibit 18—Testimony of Officer Pat Campbell at First Trial

Exhibit 19—Testimony of Dr. Leslie Williams at First Trial

Exhibit 20—Curriculum Vitae of Dr. Leslie Williams

Exhibit 21—Testimony of Raymond Anderson at First Trial

Exhibit 22—Testimony of Dr. Morgan Reynolds at First Trial

Exhibit 23—Statement of Stacy Alcott to Defense Investigator Ralph Burrell

Exhibit 24—Statement of Terry Fitzpatrick to Defense Investigator Ralph Burrell

Exhibit 25—Repair Estimate-Baker's Auto Body Works

APPLICABLE NITA CRIMINAL CODE SECTIONS

JURY INSTRUCTIONS

VERDICT FORM