Beyond a Reasonable Doubt


Sun, Dec 12th, 2010 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

"I've spent the better part of the week serving as the foreman for a jury in a criminal case. As they tell you, you're not allowed to talk about it with anyone, not even your fellow jurors, during the trial. As they also tell you, once the trial is over you can talk about anything you want. So, here goes."



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