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 Motives, Means, and Opportunity

“ Motive, means, and opportunity. These facts remain, and we will prove them. And the facts will show that Jennifer Witt killed her husband for five-million dollars--motive. The murder weapon was his own gun, which she and her husband kept in the bedroom of her house--means. She was alone in the house with her husband and son when she turned the gun on them--opportunity. We will prove these beyond a reasonable doubt, and in so doing, will recommend that a person capable of these crimes has forfeited her right to live in  our society.”

Source: J.T. Lescroart, The 13th Juror, New York: Dell Publishing, 1994, p. 227

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