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Monster Essay & Project Ideas

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Ideas for Reports and Papers

1. How many American shop owners are robbed each year? How many are killed?

Are the robbery and murder in Monster typical?

2. How common are beatings by inmates of other inmates in prisons? How common are rapes? Are the accounts of beatings and rapes in Monster accurate?

3. In your state, under what circumstances may a juvenile such as Osvaldo be tried as an adult? How often are juveniles tried as adults? How are they treated?

4. What are the ethical guidelines of your state's bar for lawyers defending guilty clients? How would they apply to Monster?

5. Objections are raised several times during the trial in Monster. What are the rules for making objections during a trial? When is an objection valid? When is it invalid?

6. What moral issues are raised in Monster? How well are they handled?

7. Who speaks for Alguinaldo Nesbitt in Monster? Some states have...

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