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Tucson Wrongful Convictions...

Posted by James A. Charnesky | Oct 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

County to investigate possible wrongful convictions

Proof beyond a reasonable doubt is supposed to assure that only the guilty are convicted.  One has to wonder how it is that so many innocent individuals have been found by a jury to be guilty "beyond a reasonable doubt" when they were, in fact, innocent?  Perhaps if prosecutors were to more closely evaluate their cases, there would not be such a pressing need for prosecutors to go back and look for wrongful convictions...

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James A. Charnesky

James Charnesky is a Tucson DUI Defense Lawyer. His practice has always been committed to criminal defense. He has NEVER prosecuted, and has ALWAYS fought for the rights of the accused.


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