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If the criminal justice system followed Danganronpa rules, there'd be no defendant, no complainant, no defense team, no prosecutor, just the judge and the jury, and the jury would consist entirely of all known witnesses. By the end of the trial, the jury would convict one of its own jurors. An acquittal would be unusual, and would indicate either a failure to subpoena the true guilty party, or a mistake in assuming a crime was committed in the first place. This would be a terrible system, so it's a good thing Danganronpa is nothing but fiction. amirite?

Image for post If the criminal justice system followed Danganronpa rules, there'd be no defendant, no complainant, no defense team, no prosecutor, just the judge and the jury, and the jury would consist entirely of all known witnesses. By the end of the trial, the jury would convict one of its own jurors. An acquittal would be unusual, and would indicate either a failure to subpoena the true guilty party, or a mistake in assuming a crime was committed in the first place. This would be a terrible system, so it's a good thing Danganronpa is nothing but fiction. amirite?
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That would be horrible

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