Hypothetical Case Based on the Fairy Tale of Hansel and Gretel

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Hypothetical Case Based on the Fairy Tale of Hansel and Gretel
Abstract
This paper is a case brief of a hypothetical case based upon the Grimm’s Brothers fairy tale of Hansel and Gretel. The appellate case examines the merits of a manslaughter charge against Gretel for pushing the “elderly disabled women” into the oven to protect her brother Hansel from being cooked and eaten. The brief includes real case law and facts applied to the fairy tale based hypothetical.
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
FOURTH APPELLATE DISTCRICT, DIVISION ONE
GRETEL WOODCUTTER,)
)
Defendant and Appellant,)
)Case C-XXXXXXXXXX
v.)
)
State California,)
Respondent)
______________________________)
STATEMENT OF FACTS
The defendant Gretel Woodcutter is...
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