Writer: 470043 Course: Persuasive Argumentation for Lawyers Topic: Writing an Opening Statement and state the logic behind it Review the Reading & Study material for this activity (see textbook references below). Then, create a short opening statement, a few paragraphs long, for the prosecution or the defense for the following case being presented to a jury: Tom Brown recently lost his wife to a long-term illness and has been prescribed anti-depressants to help him cope with the pain of his loss. He and his late wife have 2 young children, aged 3 and 5. In April 2015, Tom took his entire bottle of anti-depressants before leaving for work. He left his young children at home, alone, and headed in the direction of his workplace. When he was approximately 1 mile from his home, he ran a red light and collided head on with a young college student traveling in the opposite direction, killing her instantly. He has been charged with the death of the young woman, driving under the influence, and child endangerment for leaving his young children at home alone. After writing the opening statement, write several paragraphs explaining why you wrote the statement in the style you did, including information from the Reading & Study material and at least 2 scholarly sources (4 sources in all). Recap instructions: 1: Write an opening statement 2: Write explaining why you wrote the statement in the style you did?