Praise the Lord! Exactly!
I keep asking myself why this wasn’t seen as a frivolous prosecution with no hope of a conviction.
Do judges determine beforehand or afterwards if a prosecution is frivolous? Does someone have to complain before it’s even considered?
How do they give Nazario his life back?
I don't know how it got to trial at all.
Wasn't there a Grand Jury?
Isn't the standard for a Grand Jury that they must conclude that it is "probable" (or more probable than not) that the defendant committed a federal crime? This wasn't even close.
Once again, the jury didn't even have time to order a pizza before they came back with a not-guilty verdict. The prosecutor should be fired.