The Court Of Philadelphia And Watch A Real Criminal Case Essay

1622 Words Mar 30th, 2016 null Page
G. Gordon Liddy has ever said: “Obviously, crime pays, or there’d be no crime.” I watch a lot of political movies and always believe that if somebody commits a crime, however, he/she tries to run away or get out of it, that person has to pay for it ultimately in front of the court. In that way, I always believe in the justice of the law even though I had never watched a case in real life. This time, instead of watching a movie, I have had a great opportunity to be in the Eastern District Court of Philadelphia and watch a real criminal case. The case was between the U.S government and Eric Marques Devlin-Bell. The defendant was the criminal, who already had committed different crimes in the past. On February 10, 2016, the court was opened again to file the penalty for violation of supervised release of Devlin-Bell. This was the first case that I watched directly and a criminal case brought me many emotions, thoughts and feelings. Throughout this reflection paper, I’m going to provide significantly the details of this case and then my own perspective about it. The defendant of this case was Eric Marques Devlin-Bell. Not the first time in the court, Devlin-Bell had committed crimes in the past and had two separate cases in his original offenses, including passing the fraudulent checks and the impersonation of making an arrest. The defendant is 25 years old. He graduated from high school in 2008 with the capacity of doing video/music production and website development. The…

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