1-What does the title mean? Can you provide any examples to which this expression can be applied to?
The title of the story an eye for an eye refers to revenge and justice. It is also a metaphor and when you say an eye for an eye you refer two justice of the same crime.
1.Plea of not guilty A) The result or effect of evidence; the establishment or denial of a fact by evidence.
2.Manslaughter B) A lawyer or group of lawyers giving legal advice and especially conducting a case in court.
3.Plaintiff C) An emotion, desire, physiological need, or similar impulse that acts as an incitement to action
4.Counsel D) A suite of rooms, especially one used by lawyers to consult privately with attorneys or hear cases not taken into court.
5.Barrister E) The documentary or oral statements and the material objects admissible as testimony in a court of law.
6.Instructing solicitor F) It refers principally to a British trial lawyer.
7.Chambers G) An attorney who is not a member of the bar and who may be heard only in the lower courts.
8.Motive H) A defendant’s answer to the declaration made by the plaintiff in a civil action.
9.Evidence I) The party that institutes a suit in a court.
10.Proof J) The unlawful killing of one human being by another without express or implied intent to do injury.
1) Role-play in pairs
You are Sir Matthew. You have been given Mary Bank’s case and you will have to act as the defense counsel at trial but you suspect that she is hiding some information from you so you decide to visit her at Holloway Jail on Monday morning at 11 o’clock. You are going to assume the role of the counsel for the prosecution so that she can get used to what it will be like when she gets into the witness box but besides you want to find out whether she’s lying or not.
Sir M:Hello I’m sir Matthew your defense in the trial
Mary:Hello good to meet you
Sir M:Okey to begin with do you want to tell me something important about you
Mary:Yes, I want to tell you I’m blind as you see I can not see you
Sir M: How can you prove you are blind
Mary: you don’t believe me? It’s this serious?
Sit M: What Happened to you that you are blind?
Mary: what happened to me that let me blind was hot oil on my eyes.
Sir M: I will test your blindness
Mary: okey do it.
Sir M: You dont have any problem with that?
Mary: Not at all Sir M. I am not blind.
Sir M: Let’s prove it.
Mary: But why? Why you dont believe me?
Sir M: I believe you Mary, but the lawyers want to prove that
Mary: Oh my god that lawyers!
Sir M:Yeah they are a little bit angry with you because they think that you are not blind
Mary: Well… Test me please I am getting bored.
Sir M: Okay. Let’s start
By:Gonzalo Irazusta and Francisco Aresi