- Feb 25, 2017
Hey guys, I've got a Legal exam coming up and it's about the effectiveness of defences in the trial process, I'm just here to ask how a defence can be effective? I can understand that sometimes defences can be ineffective and does not meet society's standards eg man robs house, gets killed, shooter claims self-defence, but it isn't effective because the victim that was killed was a father of four whose family now no longer has a father to grow up with anymore. So yeah, could you guys help a fellow legal kid out? Thanks!!!