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All evidence is CIRCUMSTANCIAL, except for a "credible" eyewitness who actually witnessed the criminal event. Most(90% & up?) cases are won using circumstantial evidence.

Does any jury of one's peers really understand the meaning of "beyond a reasonable doubt"? CSI-type shows have made jurors experts on matters of guilt/innocence and what is or is not reasonable doubt concerning the evidence presented.

Best evidence or not, case presentation is clearly more important than irrefutable evidence of the crime.


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