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Goldilocks Casse Essay

  • Submitted by: anonymous
  • on November 25, 2012
  • Category: Social Issues
  • Length: 252 words

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Goldilocks Case
Your honor, my client is innocent considering the fact that she is a kid and didn’t know how to act to this situation and also there was another story behind all this madness which is this. Goldilocks was beyond tired (let alone hungry) because she was in the woods for a few days and she was lost. Goldilocks was going to visit her cousins and that’s why she was lost because their house was far away. She thought the bear’s house was her cousins because it looked similar, she was going to their house and she was lost. See your honor, this is the reason behind this major conflict, just think you were stuck in this situation you would have done what she did. Goldilocks knew how her cousins were with her so she treated the bear’s house such as she would with her cousins. So she ate the porridge because she was hungry, can’t blame someone for eating at her cousins house (or what she thought).Also Goldilocks wasn’t amazed when their chair broke, since she knew it was loose at her cousins house as well. Lastly she slept on her size bed because she was hungry and still tired so Goldilocks did what anyone would do in this situation. You can’t blame all the things that happened because she did all this assuming this was her cousin’s house. All this is a major misunderstanding so in this situation I conclude with my client not being guilty.

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