The Scottish Judicial System’s Not Proven Verdict

There is a verdict in the Scottish legal system referred to as “not proven” (pronounced “pro-vhen”) and it is unique in that it is not found in other judicial systems worldwide. Not proven is essentially the mindset that a jury, prosecutor, and/or judge states that they know the defendant is guilty, but they cannot prove it...

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