Guilty Or Not Guilty?

Submitted by Stefano M. Stefano

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Tuesday, 6 November 2012

A man is on trial and listening to the judge read the charges.
"Mr.Banner, you are charged with obstruction of justice, with five counts of bribing an offical and four of a police officer, as well as four counts of assault and battery, and ten counts of public mischief. How do you plead; guilty or not guilty?"
"I can't make a plea yet, your Honor," claims the defendant, Banner.
"Mr.Banner, this court will hear you plea now. Guilty or not guilty?"
"And I'm telling you, that I can't issue a plea!"
"Why not?" asks the judge.
"Because I haven't heard the evidence!"

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