How many families were deprived justice because of the criminal protecting "no double trials" policy?

That allows innocent people to be free of consequences, even when substantial evidence is found later or technology that can prove it comes around. How many serial killers, pedophiles, thiefs, anarchists and rapists are walking the streets, in our churches, in our schools, in our Government because of this arcane policy? Yet despite the common sense it would be to fix it the Libs in congress just stroll by it whistling, if anything they LOVE the bill because it keeps criminals out of jail.

Asked By: - 12/16/2010
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Too many of these laws and you'll soon find individuals taking the laws into their own hands. The only reason people still obey laws is that the legal system is still doing a fair job of handling cases.
Answered By: amalone - 12/16/2010
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well in my house we don't call 911 we just use a handgun for what was design for
Answered By: marry donkey - 12/16/2010
This is a two edged sword..... YES some criminals get off because of the double jeopardy provisions..... BUT many innocent people are saved from being harassed and driven into bankruptcy by having to repeatedly defend themselves against charges they were once judged innocent of... More
Answered By: Kojak - 12/16/2010
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