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Old July 12, 2009, 03:25 PM   #38
Ricky B
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And the general belief at the time was that if an innocent man got caught up in the wheels of justice and suffered as a result, that was the price of doing business, keeping the bad men in check.
That was never the general belief in this country.

You think that the founders of this country insisted on trial by jury because they thought it more efficient?

You think that they insisted on one trial and one trial only for criminals (known as no double jeopardy) because they didn't care if a few innocent men got convicted when the state had multiple goes at them?

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