You can't prove that somebody was being "coerced" if they have insisted that there is no coercion. True or false?
For you have no right to contradict the witness' statement.
- ChrisLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
If the prosecution had no case, yet the defendant “confessed” to a non-existent crime, you can safely conclude prosecutorial misconduct. This is especially obvious in cases where exculpatory information is withheld from the defense. And then there are the illegal threats by the prosecutors against the family of the defendant.
- NinefingerLv 61 month ago
- RandomCanyonLv 41 month ago
Any witness statement can be refuted with evidence to the contrary.
Kind of basic.
- RoLv 71 month ago
So you admit that Trump did NOT "coerce" the Ukrainian Pres.