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Taylor E Schuss Linda Reeves English 205 31 August 2000 Upgrading Justice What is justice By definition the word Justice can mean different things To most Americans justice is when someone who has committed a crime goes before a judge or a jury of his or her peers and is punished for their actions At the same time injustice can occur in the same settings For some Americans justice is served as long as someone is behind bars or convulsing violently in an electric chair American justice being as blind as it is has made long strides and by added technology to its arsenal Many people today have technology to thank for their freedom One such person is Mr Rene Daye of San Diego In 1984 Mr Daye was convicted of Kidnapping robbery and rapePursuing Justice pg8 Two eyewitnesses as well as the victim identified Mr Daye His description matched that of the attacker gold front tooth height weights and race Pursuing Justice pg8 A jury found Mr Daye guilty as charged and sentenced him to life in prison To the victim justice was definitely served The jurors most likely went home that night feeling a little better about the world Justice had been served another dangerous man was behind bars After spending ten years in the Solano state prison Mr Daye was released from prison It took ten years for technology to catch up to justice and allow for DNA testing to be used as admissible evidence in court In September of 1994 Mr Rene Daye was proven innocent of all charges after DNA samples showed that Mr Daye could not have been the attackerPursuing Justice pg8 Mr Daye held no grudge against the American justice system If anything one could assume that he would have thanked them for upgrading their systems which allowed for DNA testing which ultimately allowed for
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