I would say there was a pretty good chance he was found guilty. Nobody has marshaled their documents or worked out what allegations are relevant or not. In terms of testing the evidence, that is pretty much down to the judge to ferret out who is lying, mistaken, and so forth. Trials would last about 10 times as long, cost 10 times as much, and the quality of justice would be patchy because the litigants would never be sure exactly what they have to prove to prevail. Before the case gets to court, both sides meet with a qualified professional who gets the basic facts, narrowly defines the issues, and works out what evidence is relevant and what is not.
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