Question by Michael L : How can I defend Frankenstein against the charge of malpractice and negligence? My class is having a mock trial, and I am an “attorney.” The case question is, “Was Dr. Frankenstein guilty of malpractice and medical negligence?” I am wondering if anybody knows a couple of good reasons to defend Frankenstein against this charge. Also, if anyone knows any good questions to ask any of the characters, please let me know! Thank you in advance! Best answer:
Answer by V
He knew who had killed his friend,brother,and wife. But he did not say anything. The beast was his child,his creation. But since no legal documents connected him. He can only, be an accomplice of covering crimes. But if you can prove that he himself created the creature for the purpose of harming those. Then you can throw the responsibility on him. But as we all know that wasnt his plan.
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