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Issue/Conclusion  Standard  Facts  Reasons  
(Common Knowledge, Policy)
Paul met the element of intent because he had to be substantially certain that he would hit someone 
 
 
when he went skateboarding on a busy side walk. Conclusion not Analytical
Paul met the element of intent because he had to be substantially certain that he would hit someone because it is common knowledge that it is difficult to maneuver around people on a skateboard. Thus, the likelihood of hitting someone while skateboarding increases as there are more pedestrians around. 
 
 
Conclusion not Analytical
Paul met the element of intent when he went skateboarding on a busy sidewalk because it is common knowledge that it is difficult to maneuver around people on a skateboard. Thus, the likelihood of hitting someone while skateboarding increases as there are more pedestrians around. 
 
 
Conclusion not Analytical
Paul met the element of intent when he went skateboarding on a busy sidewalk. 
 
 
Conclusion not Analytical
Paul had to be substantially certain  that  he would hit someone when he went skateboarding on a busy sidewalk. because it is common knowledge that it is difficult to maneuver around people on a skateboard. Thus, the likelihood of hitting someone while skateboarding increases as there are more pedestrians around. 
 
 
Acceptable analytical sentence
Paul met the element of intent because he had to be substantially certain that he would hit someone when he went skateboarding on a busy side walk because it is common knowledge that it is difficult to maneuver around people on a skateboard. Thus, the likelihood of  hitting someone while skateboarding increases as the number of  pedestrians increases. Acceptable Analytical Sentence
 

 

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