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.... I know enough to know that as we have not seen all the evidence we can't form a proper opinion.
Just going on blind prejudice mind, he's guilty as hell.
And Affray is a pretty serious charge.
originally posted by: FreebornInnocent in the eyes of the law but guilty in the eyes of the old school tie.
Perhaps the cricket authorities use 'balance of probabilities' like the civil court.
originally posted by: oldcarpy
a reply to: Freeborn
The CPS have to show he was guilty beyond a reasonable doubt so I suppose the disciplinary thing is a lower standard of proof. Whatever, he sure is not setting a good example.