Justice could be better served

According to this experienced corrections system chaplain, it will take a reformation of hearts to bring true reform to any justice system. The case in question is still under appeal. For the chaplain's own safety, the city and state where the trial was held are not disclosed.

I sat in the courtroom for eight days. I watched the impassive faces of 12 jurors, who were asked to discern truth from falsehood as one witness after another testified in a capital murder trial. Their verdict would rest solely on which argument the jurors believed, because no physical evidence was presented to prove the killer's identity.

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