Now that we have come to the end of the class, you should be able to demonstrate your understanding of criminal law by authoring your own fictitious cases and then prosecuting, defending, and judging the cases. You will be creating three separate cases as discussed in the document below. Once you have prepared the facts for each case, you will argue on behalf of the prosecution, provide the defendant with a defense based on all of the defenses you have studied in this course, and impose a judgment and sentence on the defendant. It is important that the facts you create for each case provide sufficient information to allow for not only a possible conviction of a crime, but also a possible defense for each crime. Assume all of the cases are tried in front of a judge, and not a jury, so that as the judge you will make the final decision on the verdict and sentence, if any.