Inconsistent Evidentiary Presentation, Accusations, and Convictions
No one can be officially accused of a crime, if the standing
accusation, conviction, or acquittal of another, is for a crime that
the first individual could not (if a conviction or accusation) or must
(if an acquittal) have committed within the assumption that the second
individual committed the crimes of which the second individual has
been officially accused, convicted, or acquitted.
No item of evidence or line of argument that has been presented
supporting a particular claim or theory, in one or more trials which
led to convictions, can be presented in another trial to support a
conflicting claim or theory, unless those convictions have been
overturned, or reaffirmed with conflicting claims and theories fully
reconciled, by the procedures described and mandated in
§ Effect of New Evidence.
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