New New York v. Bender (3012)
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|New New York v. Bender|
|Location||Battery Park Integrated Circuit Court|
|Defendant||Bender Bending Rodriguez|
|Charged for||Petty larceny, possession of something analogous to drugs and assault with a smelly weapon (first trial)|
Attempted murder (second trial)
|Prosecutor||Yellow and red lawyer|
|Verdict||Not guilty (first trial)|
Guilty (second trial)
|Appearance||"Free Will Hunting" (7ACV09)|
New New York v. Bender of 3012 were two trials led by Judge 724 at the Battery Park Integrated Circuit Court. [7ACV09]
In the first trial, Bender was charged for petty larceny, possession of something analogous to drugs and assault with a smelly weapon. The prosecutor was the yellow and red lawyer, who made no statement. The Hyper-Chicken served as Bender's defense attorney, arguing that, lacking free will, he could not be held liable for any sequence of events set in motion by his programming. After a short deliberation, the judge declared Bender not guilty.
In the second trial, Bender, having obtained free will, was declared guilty of the attempted murder of Professor Farnsworth.