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   Julie Jensen
History of Julie's Death
Timing of Julie's Letter
Legal Issues Surrounding Julie's Letter
Why this case has national interest

Why this case has national interest

The national interest this case has acquired is because of the violation of the 6th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which states evidence which cannot be cross examined cannot be admissible in court. There was no evidence produced that Mark killed his wife, no smoking gun, no witness. and therefore the letter should not have been introduced because the preponderance of evidence did not show that Mark killed Julie. State judges are attempting to circumvent the constitution by saying if there is a preponderance of evidence showing the defendant caused the inability of the evidence to be cross examined, and then the evidence can be introduced at trial. The states’ changing of a federal constitutional law has opened a Pandora’s Box of legal mischief nationwide. Hence national interest has been created with Wisconsin vs. Jensen and California vs. Giles, a similar case.

The national interest in this case is based on the legal issues, especially within the legal community