Jenny Ching

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Topics: Lawyer, Law, Bench, Judge
In this court case, on April 6, 2017 in San Francisco (850 Bryant St), the defendant was Jenny Ching; a 34 year old women who has been convicted of a crime before, is being convicted for committing a robber in San Bruno on December 22, 2016. She was allegedly said to be at home with family and friends the night of the crime, however footage from the liquor store security cameras shows her face exiting the building with a bag of products and what appeared to be money. The liquor store owner claimed that Ching, and other suspects that could not be named in the court room, were acting as if they were going to purchase some alcohol. When Ching’s Friend took a gun out and demand the clerk to give them all of the money in the register, the clerk …show more content…
Being a women in a “mans world” is difficult to be seen as strong and independent in this day and age. The judge, and or plaintiff (being males) can easily take advantage of her because she's a minority a women and has little to no money with also a male lawyer. She was in a courtroom full of men and she was the only woman at the court hearing and she could have felt the racial pressure coming down on her she wasn't this big lady she was about 5’2 and 130 pounds and looked like she's had a pretty though life. These factors need to be notice because they call the judgement of the defends sentence of being not guilty or guilty and if they are guilty how long there sentence should …show more content…
Again Ching is a minority and education didn't play a major role in her life as her lawyer stated to the judge, so she did not quit understand what was happening in the court room she only knew that she was being charge for armed burglary. Therefore the power of the law wasn’t enforced very well further more the justice to her was order to her crime, but was a bit harsh to my understanding. The plaintiff did have strong evidence on Ching because she did show up on the surveillance cameras and you could see her face if you played the video on at a slow pace; therefore the verdict was reached and she was charged armed burglary with a 15 year sentence to the women’s prison. However 15 years for someone who didn't harm anyone truly didn't have an assault weapon found on her only the cash and product stolen it shouldn't have been as high as 15

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