Book Review: The Deal With Jay

Book Review: The Deal With Jay

In episode eight of The Deal With Jay, the players are all convened that the only way a suspect can get out conviction is by producing facts to disapprove the accusation. This requires the use of logos to get the appeal to the judges. For example, Adnan Syed reports that the main reason police put Jay on trial are because they wanted to set him up instead of his friend. To succeed in this, they put all the facts that Jay was seen after Lee was murdered assisting his friend to move away the body.  The fact that Jay and Adnan were friends put them into suspicious of carrying out the murder. This is further from the truth that it could have been carried out by a third party.

In his case, Jay is too emotional and agrees to assist his friend hid a crime of which he did not. However, when he is asked why he did so, he says he offered to lie to help a colleague. This demonstrates the use of pathos in The Deal With Jay. On the other hand, the prosecution uses logic to persuade the judge that Jay was complicit in the crime of murder. He asks whether an innocent person may warn of the security camera if they were doing a lawful thing.

In the ninth episode, Armstrong displays apathy with Jay. His tone is furious with the reason of the accused agreeing to lie knowing too well what was before him. It is for this that Koeing says that Jay did not go to jail, but he walked right inside.

 

 

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