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Ladies and gentlemen of the jury:
Today you have heard testimony and seen evidence in the case of my clients against Plane’s Park and Polish. You have seen an attempt by the defense to prove……………………………..
However, I believe that the weight of evidence is strongly on our side. You have seen it shown today that Ms. Parker Plane was and is and irresponsible employer, failing to discipline employees for behavior contrary to company rules. With Reilly Blaker, this was no exception. Ms. Plane hired Mr. Blaker with the full knowledge of his troubled past, but also the full knowledge of Mr. Blaker’s skills, which dwarfed those of any ordinary valet.
You have also seen it proven today that rather than punishing Mr. Blaker for overstepping his bounds and seeking out a partnership with Mr. Crisdale, Ms. Plane rewarded him with a bonus check. Ms. Plane then not only condoned but even ordered Mr. Blaker to go ahead with his plan. This plan of course, as any that is so rooted in under-the-table dealing, ended in tragedy.
When an employer fails to keep his or her employees under even enough supervision to prevent them from giving tours while posing as the company owner, problems are imminent. We have seen through the testimony of Mr. Sabien that there was no accountability at this corporation—through Mr. Sabien’s honesty we discover that an employee could be chronically late, give the minimum effort, and leave early. Despite this, no disciplinary actions were ever taken. In large part, this may have been due to cost-cutting measures which included eliminating regional managers, which reduced accountability and supervision capability.
Clearly, in a situation in which the employer has lost control of his employees, their actions become his or her responsibility. The defense has attempted today to prove that Mr. Blaker was outside of his employment and therefore Ms. Plane is not responsible. Yet, as we have shown today, Ms. Plane gave full consent to Mr. Blaker’s actions, and is therefore fully liable for damages caused by the tragic actions of her employee. There is a price to be paid, ladies and gentlemen. I beg you to hand the bill to the person responsible, Ms. Parker Plane.
When one thinks about Northwestern University, probably the first thing that arrives in one's mind is the prestigious academic reputation that the University has developed. However, as an aspiring future sportscaster, my immediate reaction to Northwestern is to think of the successful sports personalities that were born in Evanston. Every morning on ESPN radio I hear the voice of Mike Greenberg, and every day at 5:30 I tune in to Pardon the Interruption with Michael Wilbon, both of whom are Northwestern alumns. My hope is to someday enjoy a career in the field of these two outstanding anchors, and how better to begin to accomplish that goal than by attending a school with the reputation of Northwestern?
I have dreamed of becoming a sportcaster for as long as I can remember. And, ever since I reached an age at which people around me began to advise me on how best to pursue this dream, the name of Northwestern University has been suggested to me. I have always been amazed that as soon as I tell a teacher or guidance counselor what I hope to accomplish, the first school they suggest is nearly always Northwestern. Because of this, as my days in high school wore on and it became time for me to investigate potential colleges, Northwestern was the first school I researched. It didn't disappoint.
Beyond the big-name alumni who populate the sports broadcasting world, Northwestern University has many tremendous qualities that set it apart from other schools. The Medill School of Journalism is world-renowned, and populated by only top students. The learning opportunities are endless, and the preparation for career success is reward enough, not to mention the prestige that comes from being a student and subsequently a graduate of the Medill School.
The location of Northwestern University is another major asset. Being situated so near to Chicago, the opportunities for internships or on the job learning are as abundant and high-quality as any other university could possibly offer. For someone interested in sports, such location is perfect. Chicago possesses at least one team in every major sport, and each of these have a prestigious, winning tradition. Where better to study to become a sportscaster than the site of Michael Jordan's six championships, the Blackhawks' 28 consecutive playoff seasons, Walter Payton, the Super Bowl Shuffle, the Monsters of the Midway, Steve Bartman's debacle in the Cubs' 2003 playoffs, and the White Sox 2005 World Series victory that ended an 88-year drought.
Not only does the location provide opportunities, but the University has programs in place to help students make the most of these opportunities. With internships and real reporting built in to the curriculum, graduates leave Northwestern fully armed to succeed in the world of journalism.
Lastly, I was very impressed that a representative from Northwestern took the time to meet with me personally. I don't have the opportunity at my high school of seeing a college fair that includes schools like Northwestern, but this representative brought the college fair to me. I was able to learn a lot more about the University during this very informative meeting. This is the type of quality that sets Northwestern apart.
Just the idea of attending Northwestern University excites me greatly. The opportunities present there, for education both inside the classroom and out, as well as the setting and beautiful campus, make for an extremely appealing University. I know that the potential for accomplishing my dreams and goals will be greatly bolstered by an education at Northwestern, and I continue to hope that such an opportunity will be possible for me.
I don't understand why this wouldn't upload to common app. maybe cuz it was RTF. leave it to my brother to not have MS word. ugh.
anyways, main questions-
1. too much like a letter?
2. typical comments and editing
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