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Caged Innocence
Caged Innocence

In the “Land of the Free”, citizens are presumed innocent when accused of a crime. Judges tell juries that the presumption of innocence is “like a robe of righteousness placed upon the shoulders of the defendant, and it remains with him until the state proves his guilt ...

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