wrong verdict

See: injustice
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Morally, the the 21 Birmingham be legally All they the Louise However, let's not forget, the reason for the wrong verdict (accidental death) in the beginning was due to the establishment lying and colluding and smearing innocent victims and ultimately trying to blame those victims for their own deaths.
LAST Saturday's Lingfield bumper has a new winner after it was discovered the judge had announced the wrong verdict.
Complying with PCI DSS: Assessors may deliver the wrong verdict
Jurors are fearful of returning the wrong verdict but the law already allows for qualms by stating a case should be proven beyond reasonable doubt.
So, to anyone who read between Wee Eck's lines and came up with the wrong verdict - well you ken noo
61) who overturns a wrong verdict or intuits the truth rather than getting the facts or finding out the truth by following rules and procedures of an adversarial rule of law system.
However bar association will continue to hold the judges accountable if they pronounce any wrong verdict, she held.
N-DUBZ drummer Aaron Fagan was convicted of groping two female fans yesterday - and blamed the "white jury" for a wrong verdict.
Just as a judge or jury may reach a wrong verdict, so too do security assessors when assessing a network, which is why companies should be selective when choosing an assessor.
Former High Court judge Feargus Flood said gangland thugs have walked free from court because juries came to the wrong verdict.