Is it likely a person would commit a crime for no reason whatsoever? Why? Think of the Casey Anthony case, why was the child killed?

PLEASE SEPARATE THE ANSWERS FOR PART 1 AND PART 2.PART 1. 1) DOES THIS MEAN MOTIVE HAS TO BE PROVED IN ORDER TO CONVICT – ANSWER ——- 2) DOES LACK OF MOTIVE …. – ASNWERPART 2. 1) —— 2) —–
Read Chapter 5Read and review the case study – Petit MurdersWatch the provided video to get more background to the murders.
Assignment:
PART 1) Motive:The elements of crime rarely contain motive as a element, yet it seems critical in finding guilt.Is it likely a person would commit a crime for no reason whatsoever? Why? Think of the Casey Anthony case, why was the childkilled?Does this mean motive has to be proved in order to convict?Does lack of motive mean someone is innocent, or does a strong motive prove guilt?PART 2) Petit Murders: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUnOwCK9lOQIn 2007 Joshua Komisarjevsky and Steven Hayes kidnapped, raped and killed Jennifer Hawke-Petite and her two daughters.Direct and circumstantial evidence clearly proved guilt. Each was sentenced to death.The defense argued that the offenders were themselves sexually abused and traumatized.What evidence was proper to consider in determining guilt? What evidence was not?Make a list of direct and circumstantial evidences you can find from the textbook case study.Try to find 2-3 MOs (Unique signatures ) used by the defendants in the murders.