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WE ARE NOT GUILTY!
NOT GUILTY! Show me the evidence!
AND THE VERDICT....... YOU ARE GUILTY!
Jack and Jill, the two defendants, enter the arraignment phase where they are officially brought before a judge, informed of their charge, and are asked to plea guilty or not guilty to the death of the old man. Clearly Jack has a bold opinion...
Jack and Jill's case is brought before the grand jury and the case is yet again argued in court by the two lawyers. While most of the jury believes that Jack and Jill are guilty, there is a single acquittal by a juror.
"And the verdict Mr. Jack and Miss Jill: YOU ARE FOUND GUILTY of the murder of the old man! Because you both are 18 years old and surpass juvenile delinquency, you will be charged and punished for this felony as adults."
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