Comment: Jury Nullification.

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Jury Nullification.

That's probably the best line of defence in these ridiculous matters and it did work with a grower not too long ago if my memory serves me correctly.

Yes, here is the article:

Jury nullification occurs when a jury concludes that a defendant is technically guilty, but fails to convict the defendant on the grounds that the law in question is unjust. While jury nullification is legal, judges frequently do not inform juries of this power, and may prohibit defense attorneys from doing so, according to the University of Missouri.

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