>From: "Michael S. Lorrey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>True, but the problem is in getting charges filed. The prosecutors always
>weapons charges in plea bargaining. This will stop them from doing this.
>argue with the results of Operation Exile. The judge is still free to
>or innocence... so his hands aren't totally tied.
Actually the determination of guilt is the job of the jury. But the judge
can certainly influence that determination by his evidentiary rulings and
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