The felons at PNNL didn’t allow me to see the evidence against me, confront my accusers, or present a defense of any sort but I didn’t know such things existed in criminal courts of law of modern countries. So this, from Ireland, really surprised me:
His lawyers had sought to have his conviction quashed after the Supreme Court last week overturned a 1935 law that made it an indefensible crime for any man to have sex with a girl under the age of 15.
I can see the point but one should always be allowed to defend themselves. They could have been framed for example. Their DNA could have been planted by someone else, the pictures could have been edited, whatever evidence is used should be subject to question.
Something like this even happens in the U.S. under certain circumstances. The freedoms we take for granted are not as secure as you might think.