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Asked on: 7/06/11, 3:04 pm

In American Jurisprudence, can a jury EVER find that the defendant in a criminal case is INNOCENT? Or are ALL acquitted defendants found to be just "NOT QUILTY"?

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Answered on: 7/06/11, 3:16 pm by Timothy Klisz

No, you are presumed innocent until proven not guilty. Tim Klisz


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