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Due Process

06 Nov

Its not the story I want to write about here, but the comments. To the person who doesn’t get why our courts care about technicalities when this woman did X., I want to scream: We have due process for a reason! We are a country founded on innocent until proven guilty. When there is a case of prosecutorial misconduct, how can a person get a fair trial? And since her trial wasn’t fair, how can we be certain she actually did X? Sensational crime or not, everyone is entitled to due process. Our courts should always be worried about technicalities.

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Posted by on November 6, 2010 in Discrimination, Politics

 

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One response to “Due Process

  1. weight

    November 14, 2010 at 8:21 pm

    i like

     

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