Innocent until proven guilty or Guilty until proven innocent.
Posted 10/28/11

As the Topic state which form of Justice system do you favor on the poll?
Posted 10/28/11
Guilty until proven innocent.
Posted 10/28/11 , edited 10/28/11
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54 / M / Tacoma, WA. wind...
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Posted 10/28/11
The Supreme court held that it was o.k. for the police to lie to you in order to further their investigation of you.
Seems like proving your innocence would be an uphill battle at best.
Most people are lazy when it comes to determining facts and . . . well . . . everyone lies, and omitting facts is still a lie.

Innocent until proven guilty.

Justice is not about retribution . . . if it were I'd've killed just about everyone I know by now . . .
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20 / M / Stoke, England
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Posted 10/28/11
Both, I voted for the top one anyway.
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26 / M / Maryland
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Posted 10/28/11
Innocent until proven guilty
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Posted 10/28/11
Guilty until proven innocent (atleast it works like that in the interwebz, like "tits or gtfo")
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32 / M / Wisconsin
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Posted 10/29/11
If only for the practicality, Innocent until proven guilty.
Posted 10/29/11
Guilty until proven innocent.
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Posted 10/31/11
wat a sad place dis world wud b i we if evry one thought "guilty until proven innocent" all the time
Posted 11/2/11
I chose "Guilty until proven innocent" only because this is how our judicial system really works.

I'm also reminded of a saying:
"It's much more difficult to prove one's innocence than it is to prove one's guilt."

I never realized the truth of those words until I grew up and realized how people truly behave.
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Posted 11/3/11
Innocent until proven guilty but sadly our justice system does work that way.
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Posted 11/4/11
Innocent until proven guilty. Even if you don't think the system works that way, it might actually be the defendant's fault if they make it the other way around. You are allowed to refuse to answer questions until you have a lawyer present, as per your Miranda Rights. If you are accused of a crime, you have the right to say nothing, thus making the burden of proof lie on the state where it belongs. Criminal Defense Lawyers are important too, since it is their responsibility to ensure that the burden of proof is beyond a reasonable doubt. They get a bad rap because of the kind of people they defend, but if they didn't do their job the system would never be in check.
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Posted 11/4/11
Guilty until proven innocent. Happy ending i guess- -
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