You are serving on a jury for a murder trial. The evidence presented at trial was largely circumstantial and, in your mind, equivocal. During closing, the prosecutor argued that you must find the defendant guilty because he confessed to the crime. The defense attorney immediately objected and the judge sternly instructed you to disregard the prosecutor’s statement. While you do not know exactly what happened, you suspect that the confession was excluded because of some procedural error. Would you be able to ignore the prosecutor’s statement in your deliberations? Should you? Would you tell the judge if the jury members discussed the statement and appeared to be influenced by it?
Ethical system (1):
Ethical system: (2)
**** Do a critical analysis of Dilemma 2 in terms of Moral Judgment, Moral Rules, and Ethical Systems. You MUST have a paragraph for each of the three topics: 1) Moral Judgment, 2) Moral Rules, 3) Ethical Systems
Which Ethical System or Systems would apply to this Dilemma and why? You can discuss more than one Ethical System, if applicable. Whichever ethical system you choose, you MUST justify why it is applicable.