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Dr Sam Sheppard Murder Trial F. Lee Bailey + Quiz + Flashcards = 64 Slides
The 4 thumbnails are of the Powerpoint Presentation. The preview is of 4 flashcards and 4 more slides from the main presentation.
There is a powerpoint presentation on the Sheppard case. It has a 20 point multiple choice quiz with answer key included. There are also a set of flashcards for review, testing and/or class discussion. All but the quiz are highly visual and textual. A Free Poster is also included at the link below. My posters are High Resolution Images.
FREE POSTER OF DR. SAM SHEPPARD goes with this product at the following location:
The author is a retired lawyer, instructor and textbook author.
EXCERPT DR. SAM SHEPPARD CASE:
Dr. Sam went through a second trial, this time with F. Lee Bailey as his attorney, using this case to rocket his career ahead (it worked). This is where the coroner’s slipshod efforts with blood and fingerprint evidence came back to haunt him. Bailey poked holes in the blood evidence. He questioned the pattern of blood around the murder room which seemed to radiate out from Marilyn's head, getting an expert to testify that the pattern suggested that the killer was left-handed (Sheppard was right-handed).
Also, the largest blood spot in the bedroom, one found on a closet door near Marilyn's bed, was type O (like Marilyn's--Sam's was type A). However, the expert said it was not Marilyn’s blood because it had agglutination properties. Thus, the blood on the closet door came neither from Marilyn or Sam.
The most significant difference between the 1954 and 1966 trials, however was Sam Sheppard did not testify. Bailey did not trust Sheppard's cool, pedantic style.