This bears no particular relevance to the court of actually convicting people of crimes though.
Zachary Morgason

Correct — public opinioin is not, nor should it be, important to the outcome of a legal trial. But the article merely stated that it was “frustrating” when a trial outcome does not square with, well, common sense. Seems like a valid point.

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