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Subject:Re: This = That From:Jan Boomsliter <boom -at- CADENCE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 31 Jan 1995 08:21:23 -0800
One can be found not guilty whether or not one is innocent.
Perhaps if one is found innocent, there is no indictment.
If one is presumed innocent until proven guilty, and then in
trial found to be not guilty, doesn't that make "not guilty"
equal to "innocent"? At what point did the person's status
change from "presumed innocent" to "not guilty." Why is there a
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> I'm seeing the terms energy/electricity used interchangeably in many
> publications lately. Is this a trend? It's as annoying to me as
> publications that write as if liberal = Democrat, conservative =
> Republican, Internet = information superhighway, and found not
> guilty = found innocent.