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(04-09-2021 03:24 PM)CrimsonPhantom Wrote:  Chauvin Trial Day 9 Wrap-Up: Medical Experts Resuscitate Prosecution Case

Just skimmed, but it looks for a pretty good read for someone who wants detail on what is being presented.

Seems like the prosecution's case is to pour so much evidence at the jury that they may pick the most emotional. Its hard to keep straight all the evidence on a long trial. But it seems like what we've seen so far just from the prosecution is enough for reasonable doubt. Still, unless you hear everything, you can't really make a good judgement.
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(Yesterday 08:21 AM)bullet Wrote:  Seems like the prosecution's case is to pour so much evidence at the jury that they may pick the most emotional. Its hard to keep straight all the evidence on a long trial. But it seems like what we've seen so far just from the prosecution is enough for reasonable doubt. Still, unless you hear everything, you can't really make a good judgement.

That's the prosecution strategy in a lot of cases. Make the jury hate the defendant so much that they will believe any crime you allege.

If the defense can get the jury to focus on the actual evidence, the usual result is not guilty.
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(Yesterday 09:05 AM)Owl 69/70/75 Wrote:  
(Yesterday 08:21 AM)bullet Wrote:  Seems like the prosecution's case is to pour so much evidence at the jury that they may pick the most emotional. Its hard to keep straight all the evidence on a long trial. But it seems like what we've seen so far just from the prosecution is enough for reasonable doubt. Still, unless you hear everything, you can't really make a good judgement.

That's the prosecution strategy in a lot of cases. Make the jury hate the defendant so much that they will believe any crime you allege.

If the defense can get the jury to focus on the actual evidence, the usual result is not guilty.

The downside is that after a while you start to hate the prosecution attorney for dragging it out. And you catch them in one lie, everything they say starts getting discredited.
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