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New evidence suggest innocence in Lodi terrorism case

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Posted: Monday, October 30, 2006 10:00 pm

Before any jury trial begins in the United States, prospective jurors are instructed that a defendant is presumed innocent. It’s up to prosecutors to prove guilt “beyond a reasonable doubt,” and the potential jurors are asked if they can abide by that rule.

Hamid Hayat’s terrorism trial last year was no exception, and the 12 jurors hearing the Lodi man’s case raised no objections to jury rules. But the foreman who led them to a guilty verdict later said publicly that it was better to risk convicting an innocent man than to acquit a guilty man.

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