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I recently served on a jury on a first degree murder case. We (the jury) felt the defendant was guilty but the prosecution had absolutely no evidence. There were several "witnesses" but not one description was identical. Apparently he changed clothes three times at the murder scene. It was a very emotional decision and caused me to have lots of sleepless nights wondering if we made the right choice in setting him free. Thanks for explaining the definition of circumstantial evidence.