Access and read the article “Roper v. Simmons” on the Capital Punishment in Context website athttp://www.capitalpunishmentincontext.org/resources/casesummaries/roper. Consider the following scenario: You are an attorney whose client has just been convicted of seven counts of first-degree murder. The jury sentenced him to the death penalty, which you believe is too harsh, especially since your client was only 17 at the time of the offense. Many aspects of the trial did not sit well with you, so you believe you have a strong case for an appeal. In a two-page (500-word) report, address the following questions: Describe the appeal process in this specific case. What about the trial led you to believe that it was unfair? In other words, what are your grounds for appeal? Invent as many details as you wish. What steps will you need to take to appeal the case? Explain your method, step by step. Review the landmark case Roper v. Simmons (2005). How does this case set a precedent for yours, based on the details you provided above? How would you apply Roper v. Simmons to your own case? What impact could the appellate decision have on other cases related to the death penalty?