Prosecutors in the Freddie Gray case didn’t just need to believe someone is guilty – they also had to have reasonable confidence that a conviction was possible.
Prosecutors in the Freddie Gray case didn’t just need to believe someone is guilty – they also had to have reasonable confidence that a conviction was possible. Amy Davis TNS
Prosecutors in the Freddie Gray case didn’t just need to believe someone is guilty – they also had to have reasonable confidence that a conviction was possible. Amy Davis TNS

John Hinckley Jr., Freddie Gray – and America’s legal system

July 28, 2016 07:25 PM