Yes, there's always the chance that an innocent person could be put to death, and there has been a small percentage of exonerations — largely based on newly discovered evidence or testimony, or the development of new investigative technologies. And that's a good thing. But by and large, the vast majority of appeals are an abuse of the law and a drain on money and resources.<br><br>I think as technology advances, the certainty of verdicts will increase proportionately, and the risk of unjust sentences will decrease.<br><br>
No John. I will not rest until she has been brought to justice. I don't care if she gave you a new futon. Terrabytes of bandwidth were sucked up like pet hair in a vacuum cleaner over this issue. Many of us lost night after night of sleep with worry. And for this, she must PAY!!!<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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