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Sam Rose stands trial for her actions Three counts 1 Posing or adulterating a drink 2 Assault with a deadly weapon or by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury and 3 Drug possession The act of poisoning is a covert act a strike from the darkness A person who would commit these acts is not a strong powerful person She would be the type of person who would avoid the gaze of her peers sit in the corner at social events and not fit in with the most popular of her peers all the while longing to be a part of the community around her This your honor is Sam Rose a person in conflict The result of that conflict The defendent developed a deep seeded and unfocused anger You will hear that Sam was an introvert She would sand in the corner at dances and she never went to the regular haunts She even found a job in the schools registrars office where she didnt have to interact with her peers Yet Sam did not want to remain this isolated And when an opportunity presented itself to join Sigma Zeta Zeta Pie she leapt at the chance With the support of a new friend in Cameron Bird she began pledging for Sigma Zeta Zeta Pie determined to complete the process no matter the hazing involved All would have been well were it not for a misunderstanding stemming from her job at the registrars office Two weeks into the rush season in a gesture of friendship Corey Jones approached Sam Rose in the registrars office In the friendly banter between Corey and the defendant Corey made a casual joke about Sam being able to change grades for easy money Yet Sam too long the outsider was unable to comprehend the humorous nature of this comment Sam assumed the worst and reacted accordingly refusing and turning her back on Corey Nothing
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