judges of the facts

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He added: "You are the full judges of the facts" and urged jurors to try the case "purely on the evidence".
Addressing the jury, Mr Justice Williams said: "You and I have very different functions - you are the judges of the facts and I am the judge of the law."
He told the jury that they were the judges of the facts. "You decide where the truth lies.
The judge told the jury of seven women and five men that they alone were the judges of the facts in the case.
'What this case requires above all, especially by you as judges of the facts, is an ability to ignore those feelings.