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Can the truth ever be known in a criminal trial?

Asked by luigirovatti (1995points) 3 months ago

Or is it ALWAYS manipulated by the lawyers?

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LostInParadise's avatar

If the evidence is sufficiently compelling, there is not much a lawyer can do to counter it.

kritiper's avatar

Yes. Otherwise, there would be no such things as trials.
What I don’t like is that the person who can pay for the best lawyer usually gets the best “justice.” And that is wrong!

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