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5th Jun '18 8:29:14 PM MagiMecha
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* In ''Anime/GundamBuildDivers'', [[TheAce Kyoya Kujo]] confronts an old friend of his, the admin Game Master, over the Mass-Diver problem infesting the Gunpla Battle Nexus Online game. Despite these people blatantly cheating, ravaging the digital world they live in and being caught on video doing so, Game Master reveals that, for some strange reason, their data logs do not record this data. To the game, they are playing fairly. This makes Kyoya's friend Rommel feel that the maker of the Break Decal programming the Mass-Divers use to cheat is modifying the code within the main database.
30th May '18 3:06:19 PM StarSword
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* In ''Literature/HonorHarrington: Field of Dishonor'', due to JuryAndWitnessTampering by Earl North Hollow, the panel of admirals adjudicating his son Captain Pavel Young's CourtMartial are split fifty-fifty. As a compromise, Admiral Hemphill proposes that they declare themselves unable to reach a verdict on the most serious charges (which carry the death penalty), meaning Lord Young is dishonorably discharged but still alive to seek revenge on Honor.
30th May '18 2:57:16 PM StarSword
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* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire'', it was revealed that, when Voldemort killed his muggle relatives, the residents of the village where they lived were sure the victims' gardener, Frank Bryce, was the murderer, despite the muggle authorities having to release Bryce for being unable to prove the victims were murdered in the first place. He lived under suspicion for the rest of his life.

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* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire'', it was revealed that, when Voldemort killed his muggle Muggle relatives, the residents of the village where they lived were sure the victims' gardener, Frank Bryce, was the murderer, despite the muggle authorities police having to release Bryce for due to being unable to prove the victims were murdered in the first place.place (the Killing Curse doesn't leave marks that can be detected by non-magical forensics). He lived under suspicion for the rest of his life.




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* In ''Literature/KrisLongknife: Furious'', Kris is tried for crimes against humanity on Musashi.[[labelnote:Explanation (spoilers for ''Daring'')]]It's not stated precisely what she's charged with, but the inciting incident is her launching a first strike against a [[NoNameGiven still-unnamed]] species of PlanetLooters without orders to that effect (she was leading a ''scouting'' mission), and destroying their PlanetSpaceship {{Mothership}} which likely killed a few ''billion'' of them. She did this after concluding, rightly as it turned out but based on relatively circumstantial evidence, that they were responsible for the genocide of one intelligent species and intent on the destruction of another.[[/labelnote]] The panel of judges returns a verdict of "not proven", which her attorney explains as being along the lines of, they're not convinced she did the right thing but they don't think the prosecutor made a convincing argument either.
7th Apr '18 4:45:43 PM iroanxi
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* The ''Fanfic/AllGuardsmenParty'' is cleared of criminal incompetence in [[spoiler: allowing their two Astartes handlers to be crushed by a Tyranid flyer and bisected by a Hive Tyrant, respectively]] by a Ordo Xenos tribunal. Two-thirds of it, anyway.
3rd Apr '18 8:53:03 PM eowynjedi
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* The film ''WesternAnimation/LovingVincent'' leans on recent theorizing that Vincent van Gogh's death was not a suicide when Armand Roulin is tasked with delivering one of Vincent's letters to Theo van Gogh and ends up in Auvers (the place Vincent died). The doctor who examined van Gogh talks a great deal about angles and distance, and Armand finds circumstantial evidence that the shooting might have happened somewhere other than the wheatfield; meanwhile Vincent's therapist Dr. Gachet insists it was suicide. Though Armand concludes that it was an accidental shooting which Vincent lied about, there's not enough evidence (and he's not a policeman anyway), and Gachet's view is sincere because [[ItsAllMyFault he blames himself]].
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19th Mar '18 2:23:30 PM Ramidel
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* In ''[[Literature/RetrievalArtist The Disappeared]]'', this leads to a multicultural kerfluffle. Under the Rev legal system, a lawyer is essentially obligated to be a character witness for the accused, and if the accused is found innocent and convicted of a later crime, the lawyer is an accessory. One human lawyer made a huge legal sensation by defending a client when the court couldn't prove his guilt ''on the specific charges'', but when the crook was later found guilty of something else, the court system turned against the lawyer.
6th Mar '18 12:18:31 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'': A court case has the Honourable Mr Justice Kilbraken on trial:

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* ''MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'': ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'': A court case has the Honourable Mr Justice Kilbraken on trial:
17th Jun '17 6:25:15 PM Gosicrystal
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* Invoked literally in Anne Perry's ''The Sins of the Wolf''.

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* %%* Invoked literally in Anne Perry's ''The Sins of the Wolf''.
4th Jun '17 3:29:59 PM Ccook1956
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-->'''Clerk:''' If I may charge you, m'ludm you are charged m'lud that on the fourteenth day of June 1970 you did commit acts likely to cause of breach of the peace. How plead you, m'lud, guilty or not guilty?\\

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-->'''Clerk:''' If I may charge you, m'ludm m'lud, you are charged m'lud that on the fourteenth day of June 1970 you did commit acts likely to cause of breach of the peace. How plead you, m'lud, guilty or not guilty?\\
4th Jun '17 3:29:04 PM Ccook1956
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-->'''Judge Kilbraken:''' Not guilty. Case not proven. Court adjourned. (''He hits the dock; everyone proceeds to walk off until the main judge stops them'')

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-->'''Judge '''Judge Kilbraken:''' Not guilty. Case not proven. Court adjourned. (''He hits the dock; everyone proceeds to walk off until the main judge stops them'')
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