Thursday, August 1, 2013


From last week's column in the Valley Sun: "The most shameful part of the national debate over the acquittal of George Zimmerman is the disregard of the long-standing goal of the American criminal justice system.The goal is to never convict an innocent person. That's why we have the presumption of innocence. That's why we have trial by a jury of the defendant's peers. Not the victim's peers, the defendant's peers. This is the reason for the burden of proof of beyond a reasonable doubt..." Read more at La Canada Valley Sun or Huntington Beach Independent
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