Evidence CIRCUMSTANTIAL to whom ? the guilty ? or the Innocent ??

Asked over 4 years ago - Bronx, NY

Is it legal to charge a defendant and convict him of computer fraud on a grand larceny level when his computer transactions are just as CONSISTENT down to the exact details, with the INNOCENT, or never having been charged , as they are with the so - called GUILTY ?? and if it did happen , what can or should i do about it if you had this evidence at trial but it was not shown ?

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  1. Eleanor L. Miller

    Contributor Level 10


    Lawyer agrees


    Answered . The question is not whether it is/is not legal, but whether it happened, Sounds like it did and you were convicted. All you can do now is appeal.

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