The Good Wife Review: One Murder - Two Convictions

I have to ask....were the trials happening in "Battle Of The Proxies" truly allowed in real life? Can two separate people be on trial for the same murder in neighboring counties? It seems most places can barely eek out one suspect, but Illinois somehow managed to find two with enough evidence to put on trial, and it was allowed? There should be a law against that. I'm not kidding. There should be one. 

Keeping a suspect on the list is just groovy, but arresting two people for the same crime seems silly, especially trying them at the same time, and then interevidencing within their trials. I just made that word up, because it seems a great time to make one. Interevidence. Evidence used at two trials, at one to claim guilt and the other to prove innocence. Interevidence. Read More...


http://www.tvfanatic.com/2012/12/the-good-wife-review-battle-of-the-proxies/
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