In criminal proceedings, if an American is found not guilty of a crime, then charges cannot be brought again. That’s called “Double Jeopardy” and it is not permitted under our legal system. If a prosecutor investigating a criminal allegation does not bring formal charges for whatever reason, the subject of the allegations must be considered innocent under the law. In fact, ethics dictates that investigators go out of their way to protect uncharged citizens so they will not be tainted in any...
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