Incorrect: Police officer moved evidence to avoid disappearance from crime scene.
Correct: The police office moved the evidence to avoid its disappearance from the crime scene.
Incorrect: Abrams, officer on duty at time of crime, testified against defendant, Joanna Stone.
Correct: Abrams, the officer on duty at the time of the crime, testified against the defendant, Joanna Stone.
Incorrect: The judge had an gavel, and he used it frequently.
Correct: The judge had a gavel, and he used it frequently.
Incorrect: The judge had a elephant in her courtroom, though nobody noticed.
Correct: The judge had an elephant in her courtroom, though nobody noticed.
Incorrect: The judge gave the lawyers a hour's recess to review the new evidence.
Correct: The judge gave the lawyers an hour's recess to review the new evidence.
Incorrect: The professor was well known for posing an hypothetical question when students suggested that one rule would suffice for all situations.
Correct: The professor was well known for posing a hypothetical question when students suggested that one rule would suffice for all situations.