|Reviews for The Inquest|
| Tekie Scythe chapter 1 . 4/5/2013
... I sang the poem parts in my head...
| no-longer-z chapter 1 . 3/11/2011
A bit of technical nitpicking here, but in the US, a decision made in a criminal case's trial by jury must be unanimous, which is to say, all (usually 12) jurors must agree. When all 12 jurors absolutely cannot come to an agreement as to guilt or innocence, a "hung jury" will typically result in a mistrial, or the end of that trial. The government then has the opportunity to try the person again, with a new jury.
A person would not be found not guilty- in any form- without the full agreement of everyone involved. Including our favorite character's agreement.
| HestiaRue14 chapter 1 . 3/5/2011
Omg it was so sad I was like crying by the end great story you are a very talented author
| jayley chapter 1 . 3/4/2011
well that's a bummer...and depressing. i do think though, that in real life an fbi profiler would be able to sway the jury to his reasoning-which is why in real life there's absolutely no way someone like reid would ever serve on a jury like that. sorry that had almost nothing to do with your story, i just have a thing about juries and how they only like to pick certain people
| Reidemption chapter 1 . 3/4/2011
Now you've got me in the mood to read dark poems. I enjoyed this. It was different.
| Sue1313 chapter 1 . 3/4/2011
This was so interesting. You wrote so well in keeping with the poem. I enjoyed it very much.
| SlasherrGirl chapter 1 . 3/4/2011
I wanted to punch that woman in the face, or perhaps borrow Reid's , amazing story. It's definitely going in my favorites