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Describe what happened to you.
Questioning the Wittness:
Alice Smith

Ali Jacob
2/2/05
P.3
Hasn't Mr. Jones told you there is nothing he can do to stop his dog from barking?
Questioning the Wittness:
Alice Smith

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
Will you please describe Mrs. Smith's flowers.
Questioning the Wittness:
Rhoda De Vito

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
How much could Mrs. Smith have won in prize money for her roses and do you think she would have won?
Questioning the Wittness:
Rhoda De Vito

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
Will you please describe Mrs. Smiths injuries and the damage done.
Questioning the Wittness:
Lisa Taylor

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
How much money will the medical bills cost?
Questioning the Wittness:
Lisa Taylor

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
In one of your statements, you said that you do not feel you are responsible for Bosco because you tied him up and you could not do anything else, but did you ever try training him? or obendience school?
Cross-Examination:
John Jones

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
Don't you consider yourself lucky because Mrs. Smith is not suing you for breaking nusience laws that say it is against the law to allow your pet to scratch, dig or defecate on any lawn, tree, shrub, plant, building or any other public or private property other than that of the owner or person in charge or control of the animal and the law that says pet owners must keep their pets quite after dark.
Cross-Examination:
John Jones

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
Is it true that Bosco is one of the noisest dogs in the neighborhood?
Cross-Examination:
Marvin Jackson

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
Does Mrs. Smith have a reason not to like dogs or her neighboors?
Cross-Examination:
Marvin Jackson

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
Were you near her roses so that she a had reason to yell at you?
Cross-Examination:
Trista Brown

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
Was your puppy acting up?
Cross-Examination:
Trista Brown

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
Mr. Jones left his dog unattended, while he was preoccupied hosting a party. Not only did he not make sure the rope he tied Bosco to the tree with was securely fastened, but he also claims it is not his fault that the dog bit Mrs. Smith. It is most definitely his fault, he knew his dog was more hyper than most. Mr. Jones even said to Mrs. Smith at a previous time that he should not be held accountable for his dog’s late night barking. Did he ever think to send Bosco to obedience school? Bosco needs to be trained, if he is going to continue living and be a part of the community. A wild dog, that knows no limits, should not have the right to infringe on the well-being and rights of others. Mr. Jones did not take the necessary precautions with his dog, Bosco. Irresponsibility and haste should not be rewarded! His recklessness was at the price of Mrs. Smiths’ safety and security. Mr. Jones must pay for his negligence and his dog may not be a threat to society.
Closing Statement:
Ali Jacob

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
God Mourning jury, bailiff, and your honor; I Bernie Stallings stand here with Alice Smith who has been tragically overwhelmed by the vicious attack by the defendant’s dog Bosoc on her and her roses.
We are suing for 200,00 thousand dollars.
Opening Statement:
Bernie Stallings

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
Isn't it true that you dog is one of the noisest dogs in the neighborhood?
Cross-Examination:
John Jones

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3
Isn't it true that your dog chews on everything in sight?
Cross-Examination:
John Jones

Ali Jacob
2/22/05
P.3