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02-20-2013, 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Broad Street Elite View Post
What he was basically say, that "reasonable doubt" still leaves a lot to interpretation. For example, a person could be 90% sure that someone committed a crime, but find them mot guilty based on there being a reasonable doubt about their guilt.

OJ Simpson was found "not guilty", but every juror interviewed left the impression that, in their mind, he probably committed the crime, but it wasn't proven beyond that shadow of doubt.
That's what I was saying, as well.

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