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  1. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest

    If charges are filed and subsequently dropped, then the defendant is neither guilty nor not guilty. "Innocent" has no meaning in this context.




    Considered by whom? There are folks who...
  2. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest

    It's neither true nor false.

    "Innocent until proven guilty" is a shorthand way of saying the following: In the context of a criminal trial (and nowhere else), the jury (and no one else) must...
  3. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest of Justic

    Why do you explain what "dismissal of arrest" means and tell us a bit about what happened?
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