"Your honor, my client has admitted to murdering Melissa Green, but it was only in self defense. And the wounds my client has, proves her claim to be true. The victim broke into my client's home at approximately 3:00 am, with a small hand gun, prepared and ready to kill my client. The letter that Melissa wrote my client shows that she threatened her, and it clearly states that she was going to "get her". Which obviously meant kill in this situation. We have lots of evidence that proves my client is innocent, and should be proven not guilty."
"Thank you Mrs. Phillips. Now Mr. Johnson would you please give us your final statement." the judge said.
"Glad to. Although Mrs. Phillips thinks she might have evidence that proves her client is innocent, I disagree. It is clear in the letter Melissa wrote to her husband, and in the letter the victim wrote to the Defendant is not the same hand writing. And the defendant may have defensive wounds on her body, but she could have easily made the woun...