7 Secrets of the CT criminal Courts

  1. The presumption of innocence is not always the case.
  2. Police don’t always tell the truth.
  3. Prosecutors protect the police and believe them no matter what.
  4. Judges are generally prosecutor oriented and protect them during trials.
  5. The Judge and Prosecutor presume you have committed the crime.
  6. Innocent people are convicted.
  7. The only friend an accused has is his lawyer.