Rotten Food (United States v. Parks, p. 166)Do you think that Parks should have been charged with a

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Rotten Food (United States v. Parks, p. 166)Do you think that Parks should have been charged with a criminal offense when he was not directly running the warehouse where the contaminated food was stored? Should he be convicted when he did not intend to hurt anyone? Discuss why or why not. What precedent does the court rely on in this case?


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Rotten Food (United States v. Parks, p. 166)Do you think that Parks should have been charged with a
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