Category: Relationships and Society > Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual
Asked by: chappie-ga
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29 Apr 2005 10:04 PDT
Expires: 29 May 2005 10:04 PDT
Question ID: 515831
Michael Jackson, accused of same sex child molestation, owns photographs of naked boys; the judge will determine if the photos are admissable as evidence of his predisposition. If Jackson also owns photos or paintings of naked women or of heterosexual acts, would the defense have the right to place those in evidence? I'm interested in the SELECTION of evidence by prosecutors, which one juror in the current Philadelphia trial of a city official has objected to.
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Re: admissable evidence
From: shockandawe-ga on 29 Apr 2005 10:57 PDT
Even if they were permitted, would the defense WANT to admit such evidence? Seems like it serves the prosecution just as well to paint him as an equal oportunity "pervert" rather then just a specialized "pervert".
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