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No such thing!! ("If he wasn't guilty, he wouldn't have been arrested").
Re: ...without admitting that it was a false arrest. -- TEEBONE Post Reply Top of thread Forum

Posted by: LateForLunch

03/17/2020, 00:29:24

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I have a friend named Ed who once tried to use that as a way of getting out of jury duty. During screening up on the stand, one of the lawyers asked if he could be objective in considering the evidence and he said the above quote.The presiding judge was not overly impressed (although he did smile appreciatively). Ed eventually got released but not for that statement.Nobody believed he was being honest.

Personally knowing Ed, I'm not so sure. He has a very Dutch view of the world (he uses Ockham's Razor a LOT).

Modified by LateForLunch at Tue, Mar 17, 2020, 00:37:23

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